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Weekly Highlights – 09/21/15 – 09/25/15

by Home Page Staff - Sept. 26-27, 2015

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 ROLL OVER BUCKTAIL, 65-7

The Wellsboro Varsity Football team cruised to a 65-7 victory over Bucktail on Friday, September 18.
The meat of Wellsboro’s schedule is coming up in the next three weeks as Sayre, Athens, and Troy are all on the schedule, with two out of three of those games coming on the road.

“We have to continue to get better every week,” Hildebrand said. “It’s going to get a lot tougher here from this point on so we have to have good weeks of practice. It’s essential that we practice well moving forward. We can’t stay where we are and keep the status quo. Looking ahead, Sayre is a great team with good size up front and are very motivated.”

The win improves the Hornets’ record to 3-0. The team will be on the road next Friday, September 25 in Sayre before hosting Athens the following week.
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SH HOSTS MAMMOS & MOCK-TINIS EVENT

Susquehanna Health’s Spirit of Women kicks off Breast Health Awareness Month with “Mammos and Mocktinis,” a free evening of great appetizers, relaxation, music, shopping, prizes, and education.

Women are invited to come enjoy a festive mocktail, like the Pinktini, while learning about the importance of breast cancer awareness and empowering themselves with prevention and treatment options from Susquehanna Health providers on September 29, from 5:30–7 pm in Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hospital’s Mountain Laurel Board Room (first floor). Pink attire is encouraged.
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HORNETS DOWN RIVAL GALETON, 3-1

The Wellsboro Varsity Boys Soccer team kept their perfect streak alive with a 3-1 win over Galeton on Tuesday, September 22.

“I’m proud of how the boys responded to adversity tonight. We scored three scrappy goals and then went down a man with 24 minutes still remaining in the match,” said head coach John Shaffer. “The boys rallied together. Our depth really helped tonight. We pulled off some of our artists and had soldiers ready to defend and We saw the game out in a very professional manner. Great work by the back four tonight and our goalie. Singer put himself in the right spots to score tonight.”

The Hornets out-shot Galeton 12-8 and junior Casey Hoover made three saves in goal.

With the win, the Hornets improve to 6-0 (4-0 NTL). The team will be back in action on Thursday, September 24 as they travel to Williamson.

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AREA PD’S AND MSCU MAJOR DRUG BUST

Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2015 — Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane today announced the results of a successful third deployment for the innovative law enforcement unit she created to target drug trafficking and related criminal activity in municipalities across the Commonwealth.

Attorney General Kane at a morning news conference said her Mobile Street Crimes Unit (MSCU) was responsible for filing criminal charges against 37 individuals during its recent deployment in Tioga, Bradford and Potter counties.

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COLORADO CONNECTION: BUST FOLLOW-UP

On today’s follow-up broadcast we take a look at the discovered COLORADO CONNECTION. During this latest Take Down effort The Mobile Street Crimes Unit also partnered with Pennsylvania Wildlife Conservation Officer Rodney Mee on a case that led to criminal charges against a man caught growing marijuana plants on state land in the Tioga State Forest. The man would then ship the substance for sale to his connections in the state of Colorado.

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