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Mansfield Highlights: 09/18/17 – 09/22/17

A week of Home Page feature highlights!

 

by Home Page Staff - September 23-24, 2017

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.

Panthers fall prey to South Williamsport
The North Penn-Mansfield Panthers fell victim to South Williamsport’s ground game in a 48-26 loss on Friday, September 17. Not even two minutes into the game South’s Ashton Martin took a dive hand off 64 yards to paydirt to put the Mounties up 6-0 after missing the extra point.

Burleigh finished 10-for-20 for 106 yards with a touchdown and 2 interceptions while Litzleman completed his only pass for 40 yards and a score. Isaac Way led the Panthers’ ground game with 48 yards on 7 carries with Brendan Hill adding 35 yards on 14 attempts. Nick Kasper caught 4 passes for 46 yards and Wesneski finished with 3 catches for 35.
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There’s Something About Dunham’s
Celebrating: The 112th year of a Wellsboro Main Street Tradition

Who: Dunham’s Department Store Anniversary Sale

When: It all begins Thursday, September 28th thorough Monday, October 16th

What: Bonus Bucks and so much more!

Why: “Because, there is just something about Dunham’s”.

Watch today’s feature for highlights of this fabulous sale and other upcoming events.
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NP-Liberty wins Unbeaten Volleyball Battle
Undefeated NTL volleyball rivals Wellsboro and North Penn-Liberty squared off at Wellsboro on Tuesday, September 19 with the Lady Mounties coming home with the win.

Liberty also won the JV game 2-0 (25-18, 26-24) to end Wellsboro’s 27-game win streak dating back to last season.

The win improves Liberty’s record to 7-0 (5-0 NTL Large School Division) and drops Wellsboro to 6-1 (4-1 NTL Large School Division). The Lady Hornets are back in action on the road at Wyalusing on Thursday, September 21, while Liberty hosts Athens.
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Lady Hornet soccer shuts out Mansfield, 2-0
Two second half goals pushed the Wellsboro Varsity Girls Soccer team past rival North Penn-Mansfield on Wednesday, September 20.

The win improves Wellsboro’s record to 3-1 (3-1 NTL). Wellsboro will be back in action on Friday, September 22 at Northeast Bradford while North Penn-Mansfield (0-7-1) is off until Monday, September 25 at Wyalusing.
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Back to Basics – Of Bears & Wisdom
According to the book of Proverbs, you are better off running into an angry mother bear than coming face to face with a fool. And most days, it is likely we will face that threat, because there is no shortage of people making foolish decisions. In fact, you’ve probably made some foolish choices as well…maybe more than you care to admit!

But, there is a way to avoid the dangerous consequences of foolish living. And that is to live wisely. But sometimes that’s easier said than done! We have such limited perspectives — and sometimes we make foolish choices before we even know what hit us. We spend ourselves deep into debt, we wound others with our words, we do something foolish at work, we get into unhealthy relationships, we get addicted to substances we thought would set us free. If only there were someone who could warn us right before we made a foolish mistake.

The God who made us — and who is all wise — who knows everything past, present, and future — has warned us, through His Word. The book of Proverbs happens to be 31 chapters long. Consider taking a month and reading a chapter a day. This practical habit, over time, will pay dividends as you learn the art of wise living.

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Produced by Vogt Media

Funded by Dunham’s Dept Store, Cafe 1905

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