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Weekly Highlights – 10/12/15 – 10/16/15
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.
Hornets knock off undefeated Troy
The Wellsboro Varsity Football team made a statement win on Friday, October 9 as they beat previously undefeated Troy 14-12.
Coming off a heartbreaking one point loss to Athens the week prior, the young Hornets and head coach Matt Hildebrand knew they had to respond.
“It shows a lot of character from our guys after last week,” Hildebrand. “We had a great week of practice, probably our best week of practice all year and it translated really well tonight. We were in a similar situtation defensively late in the game like last week. We learned from last week and we came up with huge stops. Troy is a team that really hasn’t been stopped this year and the defense just played great. To hold (Ben) Sherman the and offense, hats off to the kids.”
Lady Hornets Win 3-1 over Coudersport
The Wellsboro Varsity Volleyball team won their sixth consecutive game with a 3-1 victory over Coudersport on Monday, October 12 in their Pink Game.
The Lady Hornets won a close first set 25-23 and was in total control during the second set as they won 25-15. Coudersport regrouped and won the third set 25-19 after Wellsboro jumped out to an early lead, then the Lady Hornets flipped the script in the fourth set and rallied for the 25-23 victory, claiming the match.
Redskins pass Lady Hornets in Overtime
The Wellsboro Varsity Girls Soccer team lost to Sayre in overtime 3-2 on Tuesday, October 13.
Wellsboro scored the game’s first goal midway through the first half. Senior Jenny Young threw the ball in and freshman Julia Smith was there to clean it up to put the Lady Hornets up 1-0 with 26:07 on the clock. Not even a minute later, Sayre tied it up at 1-1 on a goal by Kirsten Covey.
Penn Wells Culinary Class – Fall Soups
Executive Chef James Fry is back with another edition of the Penn Wells Culinary Class. With autumn rolling in, squash is everywhere – learn how to utilize these fall fruits and make a delicious butternut squash soup! Also, pumpkins are wonderful in more than just your pie and pumpkin spice latte. Watch the video above or follow the recipe here to enjoy!
It’s the Marching Band Spirit…
Thank goodness it’s Friday, and tonight our community will gather together to cheer on and support the players in this year’s Homecoming game. But there’s more to the games than the touchdowns and Friday night lights. The Wellsboro Marching Band plays a big part in generating that hometown enthusiasm! When the players need to get pumped, when the fans are cheering – these dedicated musicians are there to turn up the heat!
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