Beyond the Whistle :Trevor Harris

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Drew talks Josh Gordon’s career breaking point, Alabama’s transfer problem, and a Making the Cut/ Beyond the Whistle Edition with CFL’s Trevor Harris

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The Fifth Season

A look at this week’s highlights (and bloopers!) on Wellsboro Home Page

by Home Page – October 1-2, 2016

It’s time once again to take a look at what happened the past week. The Weekly Highlights are a great way to catch up, but don’t forget that you can always watch the full stories from either our front page or the archives section.
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HORNETS DEFEAT TROY, 54-13
The Wellsboro Varsity Football team rushed for 367 yards en route to a 54-13 win over Troy on Friday, September 23.

The win is Wellsboro’s fifth of the year (5-0, 5-0 NTL), and is the third time in 4 years under head coach Matt Hildebrand (33-7, .825%) that the Hornets have started 5-0.
“We talked all week to the kids about playing a complete game,” Hildebrand said. “We haven’t done that this year until tonight. We needed to come out firing on offense and put the ball in the end zone every time we had the football. Now we need to continue to do what we did tonight, start fast and finish the football game.”
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‘BORO HISTORY: MONUMENTS ON THE GREEN
The first, and oldest statue on The Green is the Civil War Soldiers Memorial that honors both soldiers and sailors. It was dedicated in 1886 thanks to the efforts of the Grand Army of the Republic and the Union Veterans League.

A bust of John Magee also stands on The Green. Magee never actually lived in Tioga County, but he was instrumental in its industrial development, including Fall Brook Coal Company and the Tioga County railroad.

If you would like to learn more about the statues and monuments on The Green, or are interested in the history around Wellsboro – please visit the Tioga County Historical Society, located at:
120 Main St.
Wellsboro PA, 16901
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PERSONAL PROFILE OF A PASTRY CHEF
Have you ever wondered who makes all the delicious desserts at the Penn Wells Hotel? Kayla Tilton, who has just recently taken on the position of head pastry chef at the Penn Wells Hotel, tells us her story of how she became interested in this career, and how she shares her passion with the community.

She identified her family as having a tremendous impact on her final decision to become a pastry chef. They have encouraged her from a young age to accomplish this dream and have inspired her to continue to do what she loves.
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MOVIN’ TOGETHER – TO SLEEP OR NOT TO SLEEP
Stick to a sleep schedule for a better you!
Today’s feature focus is all about sleep and how important it is to recharging you, your muscles, your brain, and your day! Our studio guest today on Movin’ Together is Bonnie Kendrick, a registered polysomnographic technician who works at the sleep center at Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hospital. Join us, as she explains how sleep is essential to you and your children’s physical and emotional health.
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WELLSBORO VOLLEYBALL SWEEPS CV, 3-0
The Wellsboro Varsity Volleyball team swept Cowanesque Valley 3-0 on their home court on Thursday, September 29.

This win, the Lady Hornets’ seventh of the year, is their third in a row since dropping four straight games. Wellsboro won the first set 25-18, the second 25-6, and held on in the third, 25-22 for the win. The win is also head coach Sharon Zuchowski’s 60th career win since taking over in 2012.
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The Fifth Season

The Lady Hornets varsity volleyball team improve to 7-5

by Ed Weaver – September 30, 2016

The Wellsboro Varsity Volleyball team swept Cowanesque Valley 3-0 on their home court on Thursday, September 29.

This win, the Lady Hornets’ seventh of the year, is their third in a row since dropping four straight games. Wellsboro won the first set 25-18, the second 25-6, and held on in the third, 25-22 for the win. The win is also head coach Sharon Zuchowski’s 60th career win since taking over in 2012.

Senior Kirsten Florio had 12 kills, 10 digs, and 2 blocks while sister Morgan Florio recorded 22 digs and 9 kills. Junior Jillian Graver led the team with 13 points (2 aces) and pitched in 7 kills, junior Brianne Keane led the team with 18 assists and 9 points, junior Hannah Burnett made 12 assists, and senior Olivia Kurtz scored 8 points on the night with 3 aces. Keane and Graver also added 7 digs each.

Wellsboro also swept the JV game 2-0 (25-15, 25-14) to keep their undefeated season going at 12-0.

The Lady Hornets are now 7-5 on the year, and will be back in action on Saturday, October 1 against Central Mountain.

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Beyond the Whistle with Drew Patrick: Stay in School

by Drew Patrick

Drew brings on George “Tubby” Schmidt for Thursday Pickum and his theory on why young quarterbacks are successful this year.

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The Fifth Season

If counting sheep doesn’t work, try using your five senses

by Melissa Bravo & Sara Vogt – Sept. 29, 2016

Stick to a sleep schedule for a better you!
Today’s feature focus is all about sleep and how important it is to recharging you, your muscles, your brain, and your day! Our studio guest today on Movin’ Together is Bonnie Kendrick, a registered polysomnographic technician who works at the sleep center at Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hospital. Join us, as she explains how sleep is essential to you and your children’s physical and emotional health.

Woman covered with pillow. Sleeping in a white bed.

“Polysomnography,” by the way, is a comprehensive recording of the bio-physiological changes that occur during sleep.
This test can be used to help diagnosis sleep disorders that do not resolve themselves by, you guessed it, getting enough sleep.

While you are watching today’s feature ask yourself these questions:
· Do you have trouble getting enough sleep?
· Have you ever wondered how well you sleep?
· Are you getting at least seven hours of undisturbed sleep each and every night?
· Do you set your ‘clock’ to go to sleep, at the same time every night, just like you would do for work the next day?
· Did you know, you can use your five senses (Taste, Smell, Hearing, Touch, and Sight) to develop a sleep schedule that will help you think better and, well, just rejuvenate you!

If you answered no to any of these questions, watch today’s feature. Bonnie’s words of wisdom make a lot of sense – if you are not too tired to listen!

For more in depth information on the importance of sleep for children and adults for healthy brain functioning, and how sleep is essential to the growth, development and maintenance of your child’s physical health, visit the link above at the National Institutes of Health, Department of Health and Human Service website.

If your sleep issues do not resolve themselves, and you need help with sleep deprivation, consider contacting a sleep center near you. The Susquehanna Health Sleep Center is conveniently located in the Soldiers and Sailors Hospital in Wellsboro PA and can be reached by calling (570) 723–0119.

For more in formation on how the five senses help us to sleep you can also find that information on this website.

Coming up next on Movin’ Together:
You’ve given it.
Now take some of it for yourself…
Time-out that is!
Do you take time out to do things that you enjoy?

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The Fifth Season

Wellsboro Girls tennis team takes 7-0 victory on Senior Night

by Ed Weaver – September 29, 2016

The Wellsboro Girls Tennis team swept Galeton 7-0 on Senior Night on Wednesday, September 28.

Singles Results

Olivia Ryan def. Lauren Cimino 7-5, 6-2
Joelle Quimby def. Sierra Burrous 6-3, 3-6, 6-4
Morgan Guthrie def. Autumn Brelo 6-0, 6-1
Faith Kennedy def. Erica Nuccio 6-0, 6-0
Kristen Bair def. Lauryn Lancaster 6-0, 6-1

Doubles Results

Abigail Colton/Bethany Zuchowski def. Cimino/Lancaster 7-5, 6-4
Guthrie/Georgia Macensky def. Brelo/Nuccio 6-1, 6-1

The win improves the Lady Hornets record to 7-4 (3-2 NTL). The team will be back on the courts this afternoon for their final league match at Cowanesque Valley.

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Beyond the Whistle with Drew Patrick: Business

by Drew Patrick

Drew talks JJ Watt’s injury, Antonio Brown vs the NFL, World Cup of Hockey, and Tim Tebow.

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The Fifth Season

Wellsboro golf takes 2n on home course

by Ed Weaver – September 28, 2016

The Wellsboro Golf team came home with a 2nd place finish at Tyoga Country Club on Tuesday, September 27.

The Hornets shot 379 as a team to finish 10 strokes behind Northern Tioga (369). Sayre (397) finished 3rd, Towanda (401) was 4th, Athens (410) was 5th, Northeast Bradford (423) was 6th, and North Penn-Mansfield rounded out the field with a team score of 429.

Sayre’s Ryan Murelle earned medalist honors with a round of 82, followed by Wyalusing’s Holden Hitchcock with 84. Sopohmore Ben Barnett finished 3rd overall with a score of 85 to lead the Hornets. Sophomore Brandyn Tuttle shot 93, sophomore Taynton Repard finished with 96, freshman Ty Morral shot 105, freshman Joseph Propheta came home with a 112, and sophomore Chris Richardson rounded out the team with a 123.

The Hornets (31-5) sit 3 games back of Northern Tioga (34-2) heading into their final league match at Tomasso’s Country Club on Monday, October 3 before Districts start on Thursday, October 6 at Eagles Mere Country Club.

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The Fifth Season

Advice and behind-the-scenes with Penn Wells Pastry Chef, Kayla Tilton

by Lauren Gooch – September 28, 2016

Have you ever wondered who makes all the delicious desserts at the Penn Wells Hotel? Kayla Tilton, who has just recently taken on the position of head pastry chef at the Penn Wells Hotel, tells us her story of how she became interested in this career, and how she shares her passion with the community.

She identified her family as having a tremendous impact on her final decision to become a pastry chef. They have encouraged her from a young age to accomplish this dream and have inspired her to continue to do what she loves.

Tilton says that her favorite part about the job is being creative, and also having the ability to bring someone back to a time in their life that was special to them. She goes on to say that a huge part of being a great pastry chef is taking initiative, taking on smaller jobs to gain experience, and being willing to learn from people rather than just simply learning from textbooks.

Two of her desserts are featured in the video above: A beer caramel cheesecake with an orange cream glaze and a pretzel peanut brittle, and a strawberry tart with a cannoli filling on a pecan shortbread crust with a white wine reduction.

We hope you will come down to the Penn Wells Hotel and Café 1905 to try some of Kayla’s delicious desserts. Thank you for watching!

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The Fifth Season

Beyond the Whistle: Jose & Arnold

by Drew Patrick

Drew talks about Arnold Palmer and Jose Fernandez passing. Former NFL Linebacker Pierre Woods joins Drew to discus loosing a teammate and Les Miles departure.Drew also talks about Jay Cutler and Odell Beckham.

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There’s more to The Green than meets the eye!

by Rhonda Pearson – September 27, 2016

Wynken, Blynken and Nod is the most notable statue or monument on The Green, but have you ever wondered about the stories behind the other four monuments? Today on Wellsboro Home Page, correspondent Rhonda Pearson visits The Green and Tioga County historian Scott Gitchell to learn more.

The first, and oldest statue on The Green is the Civil War Soldiers Memorial that honors both soldiers and sailors. It was dedicated in 1886 thanks to the efforts of the Grand Army of the Republic and the Union Veterans League.

A bust of John Magee also stands on The Green. Magee never actually lived in Tioga County, but he was instrumental in its industrial development, including Fall Brook Coal Company and the Tioga County railroad.

During our tour of The Green with historian Gitchell, Home Page was introduced to a plaque honoring Edwin Van Valkenburg, editor of the Philadelphia North American newspaper stands. He was also a native of Wellsboro and very influential in the political arena, befriending the likes of Theodore Roosevelt and Herbert Hoover.

The forth and newest monument is the Veterans of All Wars placed on The Green in 1982. The monument is also decorated with that represent different wars, ranging from the Revolutionary War to the present.

Scott also shared a little about the day that Wynken, Blynken and Nod was dedicated. In September of 1938 Wellsboro celebrated the erection of the new monument in honor of Elizabeth Cameron Bailey. Children were let out of school for the grand reveal. The statue depicts Bailey’s favorite nursery rhyme.

If you would like to learn more about the statues and monuments on The Green, or are interested in the history around Wellsboro – please visit the Tioga County Historical Society, located at:
120 Main St.
Wellsboro PA, 16901

Or call 570-724-6116.
Thanks for joining us today on Wellsboro Home Page.

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The Fifth Season

McLean Catches 48-Yard TD Pass but Cornell Wins, 30-12

by Mansfield University – September 26, 2016

Mansfield freshman D.J. McLean, scored on a 48-yard touchdown pass from Adam Hutchison but it wouldn’t be enough as Mansfield dropped a 30-12 decision to Cornell in the 15th Annual Josh Palmer Pigskin Classic Saturday afternoon at Karl Van Norman Field.

Cornell used a grinding ground attack led by running back Evan Ball’s game-high 134 yards while quarterback Robert Pannullo completed 11-18 passes for 125 yards and two touchdowns.

The teams battled to a scoreless tie after one quarter of play before Ball scored the first touchdown of the day on a 3-yard run early in the second quarter. The 20-yard scoring drive was set up by a blocked punt
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Cornell went up 14-0 two series later when Pannullo completed a 47-yard touchdown pass to Rob Hendricks for a 14-0 lead.

Mansfield fumbled the ensuing kickoff return at its own 34 with Cornell scoring four plays later on a four-yard run by Pannullo.

Cornell extended the lead to 24-0 on a 35-yard field goal by Ben Finkelstein that hit the post and went through the upright on the first series of the third quarter.

The Mountaineers finally got a break two series later when a Cornell fumble was recovered by Chad Steinmetz at the Cornell 15. Two plays later a Mansfield fumble was recovered in the end zone by lineman Steve Sicilia to cut the score to 24-6.

Cornell added another score early in the fourth quarter on a six-yard toss from Pannullo to Ryman Seeley.

But Mansfield never gave up, with Mclean, who also caught a touchdown pass in the last week’s season opener, pulling in a short pass from Hutchinson and weaved his way through the Cornell defense for a 48-yard touchdown.

Mansfield failed on the extra-point attempt to pull to 30-12.

The Mountaineers Kyle Post blocked a 37-yard field goal attempt on Cornell’s next series and mounted an 87-yard drive that ended on the Cornell 8-yard line as time expired.

Both team had 20 first downs each with Mansfield gaining 347 yards in total offense to Cornell’s 344 yards.

Freshman Devyn Nelsen gained 71 yards on 12 carries for Mansfield with Keith Brown adding another 45 yards on 11 carries.

Sophomore quarterback Adam Hutchison ended the game completing 18-of-29 passes for 190-yards with senior Kurt Logan catching seven passes for 76 yards. Sophomore Jakob Woods had six grabs for 66 yards and Mclean three catches for 61 yards.

Seniors John Capwell and Mike Bucek led the defense with 10 tackles each while Capwell also added a sack. Senior Kyle Post had nine stops and Brandon Pace tackles.

Mansfield travels to Army West Point next Saturday in a 1 p.m. kickoff.

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Wellsboro football scores on 8 out of 9 possessions to top Troy

by Ed Weaver – September 26, 2016

The Wellsboro Varsity Football team rushed for 367 yards en route to a 54-13 win over Troy on Friday, September 23.

The win is Wellsboro’s fifth of the year (5-0, 5-0 NTL), and is the third time in 4 years under head coach Matt Hildebrand (33-7, .825%) that the Hornets have started 5-0.

“We talked all week to the kids about playing a complete game,” Hildebrand said. “We haven’t done that this year until tonight. We needed to come out firing on offense and put the ball in the end zone every time we had the football. Now we need to continue to do what we did tonight, start fast and finish the football game.”

The Hornets controlled the ball the entire night in their first dominant win of the season. Junior quarterback Quinn Henry also had his best night of the season with 5 combined touchdowns (3 passing, 2 rushing) along with accounting for 254 of Wellsboro’s 486 yards of total offense.

“He’s pretty dynamic with the football,” Hildebrand said of Henry. “It’s stuff that you can’t coach. He’s very comfortable out here (Mansfield University) and has played well on this field. I think he’s more dangerous on turf than he is on grass.”

After Troy’s opening drive, their longest of the night that featured a fake punt, the Hornets took right over after a missed field goal. Henry broke a run of 22 yards, followed by a 15 yard gain by junior Alex Kozuhowski. After an 11 yard run by Henry, Kozuhowski broke through the middle of the Troy defense for a 23 yard touchdown. Junior Nic Ingerick’s extra point was good, and the Hornets held a 7-0 lead with 6:28 remaining in the first quarter.

Troy’s next drive was stopped short by the Wellsboro defense, and again the Wellsboro offense went back to work. Henry picked up a gain of 21 down tot he Troy 34-yard line, then after a Troy penalty, Henry broke free for 29 yards for the score to make it 14-0 with 3:05 remaining.

Troy’s third drive ended in a turnover as Clark Jackson fumbled the ball away, but the Trojans got the ball back 4 plays later on a Henry interception. The possession would be short lived, however, as sophomore Hunter Brown recovered a Ja Wallace fumble to give the Hornets the ball. Again, Wellsboro capitalized on their excellent field position for another scoring drive. Henry picked up a gain of 21 on third-and-3 down to the Troy 10, then hit senior Parker Jones for another one-handed touchdown grab to push the score to 20-0 with 10:22 left in the first half.

The Hornets forced Troy to punt on their next drive, and put together an 8-play scoring drive. The Hornets featured junior Chase Moser on the drive, as he rushed 3 times for 32 yards to get inside the Troy 20. Henry then picked up 6 yards, sophomore Robert Brown picked up 3, then Henry scored his second rushing touchdown from 5 yards out with 4:26 left in then opening half. Wellsboro’s ensuing two-point conversion failed and the Hornets led, 26-0.

The Hornets added one more score before the half expired after another failed Troy drive. Henry picked up a gain of 18 yards before connecting with senior Brandon Lamphier for a 55 yard strike to make it 34-0 after Henry’s two-point conversion run with 1:39 remaining.

After halftime, Wellsboro picked up right where they left off with another scoring drive. The Hornets mixed runs by senior Dupree Hosey with a 10 yard pass from Henry to Lamphier before Henry hit senior David Straniere for 44 yards to make it 40-0 Hornets with 9:02 left in the third. Troy finally got on the scoreboard midway through the third as Wallace took a Jackson pass 70 yards to pay dirt to bring the score to 40-6.

Wellsboro increased their lead on their next drive that ended the third and started the fourth quarter. Hosey carried the ball the majority of the drive, gaining 43 yards on 9 carries, to bring the score to 47-6 with 11:58 remaining in the game.

Troy put together a 13-play drive down to the Wellsboro 30 on their ensuing drive, but Wellsboro stopped Troy on an incomplete pass on fourth down. The Hornet offense put together their final drive, a 3-play drive, immediately after. Hosey broke free of the Troy defense for a 66-yard gain down to the Troy 4, then two plays later senior Brody Coolidge punched the ball in from 2 yards out to make the score 54-6.

Troy added one more touchdown, a 4 yard run by Nate Martin, on their next drive to bring the final score to 54-13 Hornets.

Henry led the way for Wellsboro, completing 4-of-10 passes for 119 yards and 3 touchdowns and rushed for 135 yards and 2 scores on 10 carries. Hosey finished with 119 yards on 14 carries, and Moser ran 8 times for 44 yards. Kozuhowski finished with 38 yards on 2 carries, and Robert Brown rushed for 29 yards on 5 attempts. Lamphier caught 2 of Henry’s passes for 65 yards, Straniere caught 1 for 44, and Jones caught 1 for 10 yards.

On the defensive side of the ball, Jones led the team with 12 tackles, junior Collin Pietropola made 7 tackles and forced a fumble, Robert Brown made 6 tackles, Hunter Brown had 4 tackles, and Coolidge added 3 tackles and a sack. For the year, the Hornets have surrendered 27 points (5.4 per game), and have held opponents to 137.2 yards of offense in 5 games.

For Troy, Jackson was 5-for-13 passing for 87 yards, Zachary Zimmerman rushed 15 times for 83 yards, and Wallace caught 2 passes for 86 yards.

Next up for the Hornets are the Muncy Indians (2-3), who lost 23-22 to Sayre. Kickoff is scheduled for 7:30 on Friday, September 30 at Mansfield University’s Karl Van Norman Field.

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Beyond the Whistle: Rivalries and Comebacks

by Drew Patrick

Drew talks New England dominance, Chris Bosh’s ending career, Norman vs OBJ part 2 and Ronda Rousey’s comeback. Drew also shares his dream AFC realignment and Americas quest for the comeback story.

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A look at this week’s highlights (and bloopers!) on Wellsboro Home Page

by Home Page – September 24-25, 2016

It’s time once again to take a look at what happened the past week. The Weekly Highlights are a great way to catch up, but don’t forget that you can always watch the full stories from either our front page or the archives section.
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HORNETS SHUTOUT TOWANDA, 21-0
The Wellsboro Varsity Football team won their fourth game of the year, and third by shutout, 21-0 over Towanda on Friday, September 16.
“Our defense continues to play great football,” continued Hildebrand. “The pressure builds on me on the offensive side to put it in the end zone. Mike Pietropola does a great job with our guys. We have a lot of guys that get in on defense and they just continue to step up and do good things for us.”
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STUDENT CAR DESIGNS INSPIRE BMW
A great teacher is also futuristic, putting his or her students in the best possible position to grow into their God-given potential. That’s exactly what R. B. Walter Elementary school art teacher, Randy McKee, did when he came up with the idea for an annual art project called, “CARS OF THE FUTURE.” Mr. McKee had his students design these “cars of the future” and then he sent them to major auto manufacturers. BMW America was so impressed they deployed two representatives in a $150,000 Electric/Gas Powered BMW i8 sports car to meet with the kids.
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CHAMBER HIGHLIGHTS – FALL SEASON ACTIVITIES
Summer is coming to a close, and as the leaves change, so do our calendars. It’s time to mark yours with fall season activities! Wellsboro Area Chamber of Commerce President, Marsha Chesko, offers a peek at just a few of the many autumn offerings in Wellsboro.
“We have lots of concerts, lots of music going on in the next six weeks,” remarks Chesko. The Wellsboro Community Concert Series will be starting in October, debuting with two concerts at the Deane Center for the Performing Arts. On October 1st at 7:30pm, Johnny Cash’s younger brother, Tommy Cash, will be playing in the Coolidge Theatre at the Deane Center. The second community concert series show will star Toby Walker at 7:30pm on October 28th, also in the Coolidge Theatre.
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BUCKTAIL TENNIS TOPS WELLSBORO, 5-2
The Wellsboro Girls Tennis team suffered a 5-2 non-league defeat to Bucktail on Wednesday, September 21. Freshman Kristen Bair came up with a win in her singles match against Myka Poorman.
“It was pretty good, they’re a really hard team to play,” Bair stated. When asked how she felt about her win, “I surprised myself…I didn’t think I would be as good at first, but I’ve been getting better.
“They played really well, but Bucktail is a really good team,” head coach Brianna Thompson added, but they have a few adjustments to make before their next match. “Our doubles teams – I want them to do a little better playing together.”
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BACK TO BASICS – COMMUNITY
It’s human nature for us to become part of communities. We join athletic teams and clubs, and clubs and societies, and most importantly, we form organic friendships with those around us. It’s interaction which helps us to develop and change. Maybe you sometimes feel isolated or lonely at times. Maybe you’re struggling to find community that welcomes you where you feel comfortable.
Jesus describes ideal community as fellowship or “koinonia.” It means to share something in common. And the church is where this “koinonia” happens. Everyone shares in their relationship with Jesus. The Bible illustrates this community as a body where christ is the head and we are its members, his hands and feet. And every part of the body has a different purpose and it functions best when all its members are unified. The hands need the feet. The eyes need the hands for the whole body to function properly. When we’re unified we suffer together, we rejoice together. We need each other. And through a unified body our spiritual gifts are given purpose as we work together.
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Hill scores 5 goals for the dominant win

by Ed Weaver – September 23, 2016

The Wellsboro Varsity Boys Soccer team won their sixth consecutive game with a 10-0 shutout against Towanda on Thursday, September 22.

Senior Josiah Hill tied a personal best with 5 goals in a single game, the last time was against South Williamsport last year. Hill now has a Wellsboro Boys Soccer school record of 72 goals, and is now 10 away from Alexis Getty’s record of 82 career goals.

“I credit a lot of it to my teammates,” Hill said. “They put me in the right position and get the ball where it needed to go and I just ended up being there to put it in.”

Hill also feels like to team is more confident now than they were at the beginning of the year.

“We’ve built more confidence off each win and have gotten better and better as the games go on. I think winning and playing as well as we have have helped us a lot.”

Hill scored less than 3 minutes into the game off a header by senior Jacob Singer. Hill made it 2-0 with 29:24 left on an assist by junior Gabe Leach before junior Tanner Runyan made it 3-0 Hornets with 21:37 remaining with Hill assisting. Hill then added goal 3 with 6:17 to go and his fourth with 1:29 remaining before the half on another assist by Leach to make it 5-0.

Hill tallied his fifth and final goal with 38:51 in the second half off an assist from junior Devin Webster to make the score 6-0 and put the game out of reach. Sophomore Brett Rudy scored his fifth goal (unassisted) of the season to push the score to 7-0, junior Nolan Lohr scored off an assist from sophomore Cameron Tennis with 15:30 to make it 8-0, then Tennis scored back-to-back goals with 12:15 (Singer assist) and 10:45 remaining to make the score 10-0.

The Hornets took 24 shots on goal during the game to Towanda’s 2, both saved by senior Casey Hoover, and had a 7-4 advantage in corner kicks. The shutout was Hoover’s 4th of the season and 10th of his career.

“The boys played well,” said head coach John Shaffer. “Towanda is a growing program and their coach is trying to build the program, but my boys did well against a growing program.”

Shaffer also credits his team in turing their season around after starting the season 0-3.

“The boys started to make the appropriate choices and really focused on being unselfish. We’ve changed some things tactically, but it was their decision to be a bit more unselfish and just pass the ball and let the results happen.”

Wellsboro also won the JV game, 2-0, to improve to 8-1 on the year. Sophomores Tanner Button and Alan Hazelton scored the goals.

The Hornets are now 6-3 (5-2 NTL). The team will be back in action on Saturday, September 24 against Lakeland.

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Youth are invited to gather for breakfast and prayer for our schools

by Johanna Vogt – September 23, 2016

“See You at the Pole” began in 1990 when ten students gathered together at their school’s flag pole in prayer for their school and nation. Twenty-six years later, millions of students all over the country are gathering at their schools and campuses to pray for their family, friends, nation, and specifically their schools.

This Wednesday, September 28th, Wellsboro High School and Rock L. Butler Middle School (along with many other schools in Tioga County), will be gathering together for a morning in prayer. High school students will be meeting at the flag pole in front of Wellsboro High School at 7:00 AM, and middle school students will be meeting at the flag pole at Rock L. Butler Middle School at 7:00 AM as well. All students from 5th-12th grade are welcome to come, whether you’re homeschooled, private schooled, or public schooled. A free breakfast will be held at the Teen Center in Wellsboro at around 7:20 AM.

If you would like to find out more information about what SYATP is, click here. We encourage all of the youth in Tioga County to come out and be at this incredible event. It’s truly an experience you don’t want to miss. We’ll see you at the pole!

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What does a true community look like?

by Mike White – September 23, 2016

Christopher Knight was a shy introverted high school student who decided to get away from it all. One summer day in 1986 he decided to venture into the woods and cut off all human contact. And he wouldn’t speak to another person again for 27 years. How did he survive? He stole. He committed over 1000 burglaries, robbing the same camps and cabins dozens of times until he was finally caught in 2013. When interrogated it was obvious that he hadn’t spoken in so long that his vocal chords had atrophied and he found articulating his thoughts extremely difficult. He also developed many weird traits that can only be explained by the fact he didn’t have someone else to help him change. He needed community.

It’s human nature for us to become part of communities. We join athletic teams and clubs, and clubs and societies, and most importantly, we form organic friendships with those around us. It’s interaction which helps us to develop and change. Maybe you sometimes feel isolated or lonely at times. Maybe you’re struggling to find community that welcomes you where you feel comfortable.

Jesus describes ideal community as fellowship or “koinonia.” It means to share something in common. And the church is where this “koinonia” happens. Everyone shares in their relationship with Jesus. The Bible illustrates this community as a body where christ is the head and we are its members, his hands and feet. And every part of the body has a different purpose and it functions best when all its members are unified. The hands need the feet. The eyes need the hands for the whole body to function properly. When we’re unified we suffer together, we rejoice together. We need each other. And through a unified body our spiritual gifts are given purpose as we work together.

This “koinonia” is a means by which Christ changes us and grows us.

If you’d like to talk to me about community, feel free to email me at mike@wellsborobible.com.

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Sports World Weekly Episode 3

by Matt Reese and Garrett Carr

In this episode, Matt reveals he’s never watched Mighty Ducks D2, they break down some important results over the weekend and look ahead to another exciting weekend ahead.

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Beyond the Whistle: Trevon Jenifer

by Drew Patrick

Drew talks his disappointment in USA hockey, Interviews Trevon Jenifer a Gold Medalist from the Wheel chair basketball team, and George Schmidt helps Drew pick games.

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by Arcadia Theatre – September 22, 2016

Wellsboro, PA – In anticipation of the 105th anniversary of the sinking of the famous luxury liner, the Arcadia Theatre presents “Titanic, The Musical” on September 30, October 1 and October 2. Tickets are $18 and $12 and can be reserved by calling the box office, (570) 724-9371. Winner of five Tony Awards, including Best Musical “Titanic, The Musical” combines the story of one of 20th century’s greatest tragedies with exceptional music, visual images of the actual Titanic, and period costuming in a powerfully moving theatrical production.

Grand in scale and featuring an ensemble cast of twenty-two performers, the audience is introduced to the real-life individuals who played an integral part in the fateful voyage – the officers, crew and passengers – from all classes. Whether they traveled first class, second class or steerage, all the Titanic passengers stepped on board the massive ship with the hope and desire to accomplish their life’s dreams. As the audience becomes acquainted with the various individuals on board, they gain an intimate insight into human vulnerability in the face of disaster.

The show is directed by Peter Davis, who is celebrating his 20th year as manager of the Arcadia Theatre. “The thing that really grabs me about this musical is the melding of the sense of hope before the iceberg and immense loss of it after. It’s not like the movie where you follow two characters through the whole thing – it’s like little impressionist paintings of ideas of what may have happened – or may not have happened,” says Davis. “What I like about that is it lends itself to being abstract, and to being like a memory and to feeling dreamlike.”

The beautiful music throughout is stirring and monumental, and audiences will soon discover why the show won the Tony for Best Original Score (in addition to Best Musical, Best Book, Best Scenic Design, and Best Orchestrations). The talented cast of 22 will transport you back to 1912 and lend their exceptional voices to a story that is a famous part of our history.

In conjunction with the upcoming Titanic anniversary, the Arcadia Theatre is celebrating its 95th birthday this year and the 15th anniversary of presenting live productions.

For more information, please contact Peter Davis – (570) 723-4329

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Lady Hornets fall to Bucktail, but continue with determined spirit

by Ed Weaver – September 22, 2016

The Wellsboro Girls Tennis team suffered a 5-2 non-league defeat to Bucktail on Wednesday, September 21. Freshman Kristen Bair came up with a win in her singles match against Myka Poorman.

“It was pretty good, they’re a really hard team to play,” Bair stated. When asked how she felt about her win, “I surprised myself…I didn’t think I would be as good at first, but I’ve been getting better.

“They played really well, but Bucktail is a really good team,” head coach Brianna Thompson added, but they have a few adjustments to make before their next match. “Our doubles teams – I want them to do a little better playing together.”

Singles Results

Renee Werts def. Olivia Ryan 7-6 (7-4), 4-6, 6-4
Hailey Risley def. Joelle Quimby 6-1, 6-0
Sarah Rathmell def. Morgan Guthrie 6-4, 3-6, 6-1
Amanda Tyrrell def. Faith Kennedy 6-2, 6-0
Kristen Bair def. Myka Poorman 6-2, 4-6, 6-2

Doubles Results

Guthrie/Georgia Macensky def. Rathmell/Tessa Cowfer 5-7, 6-4 (10-5)
Tyrrell/Ebonee Spriggs def. Quimby/Kennedy 6-2, 6-3

The loss drops the Lady Hornets to 4-4 (2-2 NTL). The team will be back in action this afternoon as they host North Penn-Liberty at Packer Park.

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Take a step back in time this Saturday!

by Amiee Jones – September 22, 2016

The fabulous 1890’s Day is around the corner, and with it comes all of the “old-timey” festivities the Mansfield area has come to know and love. David Cummings is head of the 1890’s Day planning committee, and has been orchestrating the event since its conception in 1992. Joyce Tice has been the treasurer for years, and also plays a key roll in coordinating and executing 1890’s Day each year. So, who better to ask about this iconic celebration?

For those who may not be familiar, 1890’s Day commemorates the first night football game played under lights (Sep. 29, 1892). The Mansfield Fair was in full swing, at the time, and the company we know as General Electric was bringing their state of the art generator to exhibit their newfound electrical capabilities. They also, provided the lights for that significant football game, played on Smythe Park.

One hundred years later, when David Cummings was planning the first 1890’s Day, as a memorial of that first night game, he contacted GE about their integral role in the event. That interaction resulted in GE producing a commercial featuring Mansfield’s game being the first to take place under lights. The advertisement ran both nationally and internationally. Quite a noteworthy recognition of this remarkable, historic record, held by little-old Mansfield, Pa!

Since then, 1890’s Day has been going strong as an annual event. This year is particularly festive, as it is the 25th anniversary of the celebration. Spectators can enjoy a community parade in the morning, vendors and activities throughout the day, and a reenactment of the original football game, followed by a fireworks show. The day will be packed with fun that will not disappoint!

Another significant aspect of the occasion this year is that it coincides with a celebration called “Sister Cities”. This is a time for Mansfield’s from around the world to come together. There are over 30 participating Mansfield’s, from different towns and countries. During the Sister Cities celebration, dignitaries from these towns and cities come together in one of the locations. This year, they are meeting in our very own Mansfield, Pennsylvania.

With all of this current excitement, and historic fun, 1890’s Day is the place to be. This Saturday, September 24th, located on Smythe Park in Mansfield, with the community parade starting at 11:00am. You don’t want to miss it!

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As the leaves change, so do the options for fun in Tioga County!

by Andrew Moore – September 21, 2016

Summer is coming to a close, and as the leaves change, so do our calendars. It’s time to mark yours with fall season activities! Wellsboro Area Chamber of Commerce President, Marsha Chesko, offers a peek at just a few of the many autumn offerings in Wellsboro.

“We have lots of concerts, lots of music going on in the next six weeks,” remarks Chesko. The Wellsboro Community Concert Series will be starting in October, debuting with two concerts at the Deane Center for the Performing Arts. On October 1st at 7:30pm, Johnny Cash’s younger brother, Tommy Cash, will be playing in the Coolidge Theatre at the Deane Center. The second community concert series show will star Toby Walker at 7:30pm on October 28th, also in the Coolidge Theatre.

Enjoy food, music, sales and more at this year’s final First Friday celebration on October 7th. This event will feature several new activities and entertainment, including the Men’s Chorus (who will be walking and singing around downtown Wellsboro). The Fifth Season will also be offering beer tasting for the first time ever. Grab a friend or family member and swing over to the Deane Center lobby for FREE ballroom dancing! Wrap up the evening with the Sadie Green Sales jugband concert, also at the Deane Center.

The music continues on October 9th with Hamilton-Gibson’s annual Autumn Chorale at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church.

Hop in the car or strap on your walking shoes and venture into the Wellsboro community on October 14-15 and find second-hand treasures, great deals, unique gifts and more during the Fall Community Yard Sale!

Enjoy the fall foliage and autumn beauty of the Tioga County countryside before it disappears. Ole Covered Wagon Tours is open for business! Gather the family together and take a ride through the breathtaking Pennsylvania Grand Canyon.

Watch the video above for more fall fun and autumn offerings here in Wellsboro!

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NEB sweeps boys and girls meets at Nessmuk Lake

by Ed Weaver – September 21, 2016

The Wellsboro XC teams hosted Northeast Bradford and Troy in NTL action on Tuesday, September 20.

Northeast Bradford swept the girls race, beating Wellsboro 21-34 and Troy 24-31. Troy also won over Wellsboro 23-32.

NEB’s Karli Moyer won the race in 23:11. Junior Anna Bleggi was the top Wellsboro runner in 2nd in 24:04, followed by Troy’s Courtney Case (24:19).

Freshman Kayla Mengee (24:57) was 7th, freshman Jaime Palmer (26:38) was 13th, sophomore Kara Doane (27:54) was 16th, sophomore Rachel Chamberlain (28:03) was 19th, freshman Kylie Butler (29:37) was 20th, freshman Emma Palmer (34:30) was 24th, and freshman Maddie Mann (35:19) was 26th.

In the boys race, Northeast Bradford picked up 17-38 wins over both Troy and Wellsboro, and the Hornets beat Troy 21-34. Northeast swept the top 3 spots with Casey Ellis (18:03), Austin Senn-Bishop (18:54), and Garret Smith (18:57).

Sophomore Aidan Perry was the top Hornet in 4th at 19:06, junior Connor Brought (19:35) was 8th, freshman Austin Richards (20:26) was 10th, senior Alden Weiner (20:30) was 12th, sophomore Bergen Weiner (21:24) was 18th, sophomore Zack Busch (21:50) was 21st, Bryon Callahan (22:28) was 23rd, junior Michael Stefanowicz (22:50) was 25th, junior Logan Morral (24:38) was 29th, freshman Lucas Citrino (24:49) was 30th, sophomore Taylor Wheeler (24:55) was 32nd, freshman Tyren Wetzel (32:02) was 39th, and junior Noah Smith (43:23) was 40th.

In the Middle School races, both teams lost to Troy and NEB. The boys lost 22-34 to NEB and 15-40 to Troy. The girls lost 27-28 to NEB and 18-39 to Troy. Hope Sampson (13:25) was the top girl in 6th and Connor Owlett (12:23) was the top boy in 13th.

The Lady Hornets are now 2-2 (2-2 NTL) and the boys are 3-1 (3-1 NTL). The teams will be back in action next Tuesday, September 27 at Sayre.

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BMW of North America visits students at R.B. Walter Elementary School

by John Vogt – September 20, 2016

So much of today’s education is geared toward studying for the next test. Pass that test, and then move on to the next one – but what about the application? Applying what we learn to a real life situation is something entirely different, and much more memorable. Application! I believe that it is often the missing step in today’s approach to education. What would happen if our students studied for the next test, but then – just before taking that test – they had to apply what they have learned to a real life scenario? I bet they would not only remember the information, but there is now also present the possibility of inspiration. Applying what we learn often leads to thinking, and sometimes the creativity to develop something new or different. It also develops problem-solving skills.

In six months, many of the things students study for today will be gone. Unless you can find a way to make a memory and stimulate students by including the application process. An excellent teacher in today’s academic world finds a way to be creative, stimulate, and make memories – even though it’s like swimming upstream. These teachers find a way to include the application step in the process.

A great teacher is also futuristic, putting his or her students in the best possible position to grow into their God-given potential. That’s exactly what R. B. Walter Elementary school art teacher, Randy McKee, did when he came up with the idea for an annual art project called, “CARS OF THE FUTURE.” Mr. McKee had his students design these “cars of the future” and then he sent them to major auto manufacturers. BMW America was so impressed they deployed two representatives in a $150,000 Electric/Gas Powered BMW i8 sports car to meet with the kids.

On today’s broadcast, we have the opportunity to meet with art teacher Randy McKee, BMW Product and Technology Spokesperson Rebecca Kiehne, BMW Executive and Internal Communication Specialist Kathryn Vallis, and the students themselves about this unique project.

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Last, but never least – thank YOU for making Wellsboro Home Page your home page.

– John Vogt, President of The Home Page Network

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Penn Capitalizes on Mansfield Turnover to Pull Away in Second Half

by Mansfield University Athletic Department – September 19, 2016

MANSFIELD – D.J. Mclean Jr. caught a 24-yard touchdown pass from Adam Hutchison early in the third quarter to pull Mansfield to 10-7 but Penn scored the final three touchdowns of the game to post a 31-7 win over the Mountaineers in the opening game of the CSFL season for both teams Saturday night at Karl Van Norman Field.

Playing on a warm-humid night in front of 3,521 fans for LUMA 2016, a young Mountaineer team showed promise while also making their share of mistakes against a veteran Penn team that went 5-2 last season.

Penn opened the scoring after picking off a deflected pass on the Mountaineers first offensive play of the game. The Quakers used six-plays to drive 38 yards with Andrew Sutton hauling in a 9-yard touchdown pass.

Mansfield drove to the Penn 32 on its next possession before turning the ball over after failing to make a first down on a fourth and two. Penn drove down to the Mansfield 12 yard before the defense stiffened forcing the Quakers to settle for a 29-yard field goal before the first quarter came to an end.

Both teams were held scoreless in the second quarter with Penn holding a 10-0 at halftime.

The Mountaineers held Penn to a three-and-out to open the third quarter and then mounded their most successful drive of the night going 57-yards on six-plays capped off by a 24-yard touchdown reception by freshman D.J. Mclean Jr. from sophomore quarterback Adam Hutchinson to cut the lead to 10-7.

But Penn came right back, returning the ensuing kickoff 56-yard with senior quarterback Mike McCurdy hitting Marcus Jones for a 17-yard touchdown pass to put the Quakers back up by 10 points.

Penn scored twice more on an 81-yard drive and 1-yard interception return to put the game away.

While Mansfield struggled in some phases of the opener, the young Mountaineers had some impressive performances. Quarterback Adam Hutchinson completed 15-of-30 pass for 158 yards and a touchdown but was intercepted four times. Three of those picks came off deflections and he also used his scrambling skills to keep plays alive with picking up 45 yards on the ground.

Kurt Logan pulled in a game-best seven passes for 78 yards and returned four kickoffs for 92 yards. Mclean had three receptions for 45 yards and touchdown in his first collegiate game.

Mansfield outrushed Penn 141-127 with freshman Devyn Nelsen running for 56 yards on 11 carries.

Mansfield picked up 299 yards in total offense and ran 67 plays to Penn’s 62.

Defensively senior John Capwell had an outstanding game racking up a game-high 12 tackles with a sack and fumble recovery. Kyle Post had seven tackles and forced a fumble. Dylan Flexer was in on six stops.

Mansfield hosts Cornell next Saturday for the 15th annual Josh Palmer Pigskin Classic.

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The Fifth Season

Wellsboro football wins fourth game of the year, third shutout

by Ed Weaver – September 19, 2016

The Wellsboro Varsity Football team won their fourth game of the year, and third by shutout, 21-0 over Towanda on Friday, September 16.

The Hornet defense, who has only allowed 14 points the entire season (3.5 points per game), pitched another shutout, their third of the 2016 season, and helped the sluggish Wellsboro offense. The Hornets managed to rack up 289 yards of total offense on the night, compared to the Black Knights’ 94, but Wellsboro had trouble finishing drives early on.

“We left a lot of points on the board in the first half and for whatever reason it’s kind of been our M.O. that we come to Towanda start slow,” said head coach Matt Hildebrand. “It’s been a struggle for us over here and I’m happy to get out of here with a victory. Jamie Wecker (Towanda’s Defensive Coordinator) gives me fits every year on the offensive side of things. He’s a good coach and they come in and run a great scheme. It was difficult all night and we need to find a way to finish drives and get points when we’re down in the red zone.”

After forcing a Towanda three-and-out on their first possession, Wellsboro started at their own 21-yard line and junior Chase Moser broke a 52 yard run on the Hornets’ third play from scrimmage down to the Towanda 12. From there, short runs by Moser and junior quarterback Quinn Henry got the ball to the 3, but Wellsboro was unable to pick up a yard on fourth down and turned the ball back over to Towanda.

The next two Black Knight drives ended with a punt and a turnover as junior Dalton Prough intercepted a pass and returned it down to the Towanda 4. The following Wellsboro drive was hampered by a lineman downfield penalty that moved the ball back to the 8. After two incomplete passes, junior Nic Ingerick lined up for a 25 yard field goal, but the kick missed ending another potential scoring drive.

The Hornets finally picked up some momentum late in the second quarter after the defense forced another Towanda punt. The offense took over on their owen 39-yard line and on third down Henry hit senior Parker Jones on a screen pass that went for 19 yards and a first down inside the Towanda 40. After two short runs by Moser, and then a run for no gain, the Hornets were facing a fourth-and-three, where Henry again hit Jones, this time for 13 yards down to the Towanda 19. After an incomplete pass Moser carried the Hornets to their first score. Moser picked up a gain of 12 and then a gain of 7 for the score to make it 7-0 Wellsboro with 3:27 remaining in the half after Ingerick’s kick.

Wellsboro had yet another opportunity to put points on the scoreboard after senior Brandon Lamphier intercepted a pass. The Hornets went back to their ground game and picked up gains of 5 and 19 yards by Moser down to the Towanda 27, but an interception ended the drive and Towanda ran out the half.

The second half started the same way the first half did for the Hornets. Wellsboro put together a 10-play drive that featured multiple runs by Henry and Moser and a pass from Henry to Lamphier to get inside the Towanda 20. The drive ended as Townada stopped the Hornets on fourth-and-10. Wellsboro’s defense kept Towanda at bay, forcing another punt, to get the ball back. Junior Alex Kozuhowski fielded the punt and returned it 26 yards to the Towanda 20-yard line. After a short gain by freshman Aidan Hauser, the Hornets were hit with a holding penalty backing them up to the 27. From there, on third down, Henry dropped back and lofted a pass to the back of the end zone for Jones. The 6-ft, 6-in tight end reached out with one hand to make the catch over a Towanda defender for the score with 4:32 left in the third quarter. Ingerick’s extra point split the uprights and Wellsboro held a 14-0 lead.

Wellsboro and Towanda then traded drives for the majority of the fourth quarter before the Hornets caught a break on special teams. On fourth down from the Towanda 43-yard line, a bad snap went over the head of Towanda’s Wyatt Ferris that the Hornets’ Hunter Brown recovered on the 20. Wellsboro’s offense dailed back up their ground game and picked up a 15 yard run by Moser down to the 5 on first down, then Henry capped the drive from 2 yards out with 4:35 remaining in the game to make it 21-0 after Ingerick’s third extra point of the night.

Henry finished 6-for-17 through the air for 74 yards with a touchdown and interception. Jones was the leading receiver with 3 catches for 59 yards and a touchdown. Moser carried the ball 18 times for 142 yards and a score and Henry rushed for 62 yards on 14 carries with a touchdown.

On the defensive side of the ball, Jones recorded 12 tackles, sophomore Robert Brown and junior Collin Pietropola both had 11 tackles, and Brown had a sack.

“Our defense continues to play great football,” continued Hildebrand. “The pressure builds on me on the offensive side to put it in the end zone. Mike Pietropola does a great job with our guys. We have a lot of guys that get in on defense and they just continue to step up and do good things for us.”

Next week the Hornets (4-0) will play their first “home” game at Mansfield University against Troy (2-2).

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The Fifth Season

A look at this week’s highlights (and bloopers!) on Wellsboro Home Page

by Home Page – September 17-18, 2016

It’s time once again to take a look at what happened the past week. The Weekly Highlights are a great way to catch up, but don’t forget that you can always watch the full stories from either our front page or the archives section.
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WELLSBORO FOOTBALL DOWNS ATHENS, 28-14
The Wellsboro Varsity Football team improved to 3-0 (3-0 NTL) with a 28-14 win over Athens on Friday, September 9.
“Our defense has been tremendous all year and it was again tonight,” Hildebrand said. “To hold teams to 14 points in three weeks, let alone hold Athens to 14 points. It very easily could have been a shutout. I think our guys got a little down after they scored once because they wanted a donut on the scoreboard, but you have to keep pushing on. It was eventually going to happen (a team scoring), and its out of our system now and we can just play. We played solid all night and I think at the end we got a little fatigued so that’s an area we’ll address. We don’t have a lot of guys so we’re going to have to get in better shape for the fourth quarter.”
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NEW COVENANT ACADEMY ANTICIPATES EXPANSION
In regards to the typical schooling model, New Covenant Academy is breaking the mold. Located on Extension Street in Mansfield, this small private school has been impacting lives for decades.
With all of this activity and excitement surrounding NCA, it’s no wonder that the small school has big plans ahead! New Covenant looks forward to a large addition and renovation project in the part of the building that is now the gymnasium. The gym has been an all-purpose room for many years, and will soon be turned in to a more definitive space. The project will also include two levels of additional classrooms. Bruce Reagan hopes to break ground with the project in the summer of 2017, saying happily, “we’ve outgrown our building.”
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LADY HORNETS TENNIS FALLS TO CV, 4-3
The Wellsboro Girls Tennis team dropped a 4-3 NTL match to Cowanesque Valley on Tuesday, September 13.
The loss drops the Lady Hornets’ record to 4-2. The team will be back in action on Tuesday, September 20 against Towanda.
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ROAD TO RECOVERY
The road to recovery after an illness or injury can feel like an overwhelming challenge. But Susquehanna Health is changing that. In our region, we are blessed to have both physical and aquatic therapy from Susquehanna Health. They offer a full range of comprehensive therapy services. Their locations are beautiful, well equipped with the latest rehab equipment, and convenient to all in our community.
Susquehanna currently has four outpatient rehab locations: in Knoxville, at Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hospital, on Route 6 in Wellsboro and their brand new facility in Mansfield. The new clinic in Mansfield also includes a netted area to rehabilitate “throwing” athletes, as well as a balance machine.
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LADY HORNETS TOP ATHENS, 3-1
The Wellsboro Varsity Volleyball team picked up a 3-1 NTL Large School win over Athens on Thursday, September 15.
The Lady Hornets won the first set 25-21 and the second 25-19. Athens rebounded and capitalized off numerous Wellsboro errors in the third to win 25-19 to force a fourth set. Wellsboro then regrouped in the fourth to win 25-10 to end the game.
The Varsity team improves to 4-1. The team will be back in action on Saturday, September 17 on the road in Wyalusing.
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