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Weekly Highlights – 01/11/16 – 01/15/16

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by Home Page Staff - January 16-17, 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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TIGERS CLAIM BERGUSON TROPHY GAME
For the second consecutive year, the North Penn-Mansfield Boys Basketball team topped Wellsboro in the Margaret “Peg” Berguson Memorial Trophy Game on Saturday, January 9.
In the JV game, the Hornets won a nail-biter as Mansfield missed a final second three point shot attempt at the buzzer to win 34-31 and keep their undefeated season intact at 11-0. Sophomore Collin Pietropola led the team with 10 points and freshman Brandyn Tuttle had eight.
The loss drops the Hornets’ record to 7-4 (2-2 NTL Division 1). The team will be back in action on Tuesday, January 12 at Athens.
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MAKING THE CUT – HANNAH ZUCHOWSKSI
In three years at Keystone College Zuchowski has totaled 1,146 kills from her Outside Hitter position, including a school record 26 kills, twice. She has achieved many accolades in her three years, which include: Two-Time AVCA Honorable Mention All-America, AVCA Mid-Atlantic All-Region, First and Second Team All-Conference and she was named CSAC Player of the Week.
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HORNET WRESTLERS FALL TO ATHENS
The Wellsboro Varsity Wrestling team lost 72-6 to Athens on Tuesday, January 12.
Athens picked up forfeits at 106 lbs., 113 lbs., 120 lbs., 126 lbs., 132 lbs., 182 lbs., and 220 lbs. Senior Tyler Evans lost by pin (3:58) to Kaidon Winters at 138 lbs., junior Caleb Sinkler lost an 8-2 decision at 145 lbs., and sophomore Cory Busch was pinned by Gage Cannavino at 152 lbs in 1:52.
Freshman Hunter Brown (170 lbs.) lost an 8-5 decision Erik Karisson and freshman Robert Brown (195 lbs.) was pinned by Jordan Alliger in 3:33. Senior Owen Covert picked up a pin over Jared Wayman at 285 lbs. in 3:30, for his 10th win of the year and fifth in a row.
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BACK TO BASICS – TENSION & PEACE
The Bible has much to say about peace. You may have heard Jesus referred to as the prince of peace. Sometimes the Gospel is referred to as the Gospel of peace. In the book of Colossians, chapter 1, we learn that peace comes through Christ — and it was all made possible because He was willing to pay the penalty for the sins that you and I have committed. Listen to these encouraging words, spoken by Christ taken from the book of John chapter 16:
“I have said these things to you, that in me you may have peace. In the world you will have tribulation. But take heart; I have overcome the world.”

If you have placed your faith in Christ, trust that in every situation, He is victorious! Instead of fussing and fretting, remember to turn to Him in prayer. Allow the prince of peace to comfort you. And if you’ve not yet trusted in Christ, let today be the day that you stop running — stop resisting — and trust in the one who can bring lasting peace.
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STEP OUTDOORS – A WINTER WOODS WALK
Winter is finally here, but don’t let that slow you down! Many of us resolve to be more active and healthier in the New Year, so here’s a great way to do just that and have some fun along the way. Get out and get active on one of the many adventures led by hiking enthusiast, Step Outdoors volunteer and Asaph Trail Club member, Daryl Warren. In recent weeks, hikes included local highlights such as the Haunted Vista, Lakeside Trail, Mt. Tom, Pine Creek Trail and more.

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