Earlier this summer a new group came out with an all-state softball list, leaving many of the state's best players off. Now, the Pennsylvania High School Softball Coaches' Association has come out with their list for the seventh straight year.
Anyone that has followed high school baseball and softball this year saw some of the big performances.
North Penn-Liberty knew this year they could do something special. And behind pitcher Savanah Doney, they did.
When it came to picking the top male athlete of the year two names stood out.
It's hard to remember a time when Athens' Breana Gambrell wasn't the most dominating athlete in the region.
TURBOTVILLE — Northeast Bradford opened the quarterfinals of the PIAA Class A Softball Championships with four hits and a run, but left the top of the first feeling like it could have got more than just the single run.
WILKES-BARRE — North Penn-Liberty lost to Mid-Valley 2-1 in the first round of the Class AAA, PIAA state softball tournament on Monday evening at Wilkes University.
TURBOTVILLE — Northeast Bradford has entered territory that will lead to the conclusion of its current winning streak.
The Wyalusing Rams softball team lost to Holy Cross, 15-0, in four innings in the first round of the Class AA, PIAA state tournament at Penn State-Scranton on Monday.
The NTL softball coaches named their 2017 NTL all-stars on Sunday evening.
TURBOTVILLE — It came down to who was just a little sharper over the final few innings as Mifflinburg and North Penn-Liberty met to decide the District 4 Class AAA Championship at Mosser Complex in Turbotville.
TURBOTVILLE — It was a tale of two games for Northeast Bradford's Gabby Slater as she and the rest of the Panthers took on the No. 1 seeded Indians of Muncy.
TURBOTVILLE — Somewhere between too dark to see and just enough light to tell the difference between a curveball and fastball, No. 2 Wyalusing, sporting the role as heavy underdog, made its move.
TURBOTVILLE — For North Penn-Liberty, beating Wellsboro has always been a bridge too far.
TURBOTVILLE - Muncy scored all of their eight runs in the first two innings to top Cowanesque Valley, 8-2, in the Class A, District IV semi-finals on Saturday.