Wellsboro Highlights:09/03/18 – 09/07/18
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Button’s career night leads Hornets
Two fumbles recoveries, six tackles, two punt return touchdowns, and one receiving touchdown. That was senior Tanner Button’s stat line as the Hornets improved to 2-0 following a 36-8 victory over Troy on Friday, August 31.
“It was awesome. I had a night, I was lucky,” Button said post-game. “Last Friday Silas (Wagaman) had a game and this Friday I had a game.”
UPMC Susquehanna – Sports Health
It’s hard to believe summer is over. Many student athletes have been busy all summer long preparing for the return to fall sports and as local schools are now back in session, students are taking to the field.
Here today to offer some advice and tips on how to stay healthy and on the field this season is Dr. Donald Golobek from UPMC Susquehanna orthopedics.
Hornets take 1st at Corey Creek
The Wellsboro Golf team continued their undefeated NTL season on Tuesday, September 4 by capturing a 1st place finish at Corey Creek.
The Hornets shot a 322 team score to pick up their third consecutive win of the season, and head coach Steve Macensky’s 102nd career win. Northern Tioga (336) finished 2nd, North Penn-Mansfield (382) was 3rd, Athens (398) was 4th, Sayre (399) was 5th, and Towanda (438) rounded out the field in 6th.
First Friday’s Art of Wine
Come to downtown Wellsboro this Friday. This month’s theme is The Art of Wine. Bring your friends or meet new ones! A lot is going on this month. Wine tasting, super sales, art and music and fun things to do for all ages. See you there! Be sure to watch the video feature above for a preview of just a few of the amazing activities, music, sales and more to be found this month! This fun evening in Wellsboro begins at 5:00pm until 8:00pm. First Friday’s for 2018 will conclude with October, so don’t miss out while they’re still around!
Lady Hornets sweep Towanda
The Wellsboro Varsity Volleyball team improved to 2-0 after sweeping Towanda in their home opener on Thursday, September 6.
“We like to come out, prove our point and then sit back and think they can go on autopilot. We’re going to fix that,” head coach Sharon Zuchowski said. “(Overall) I was pleased with what I saw. Our serving was a little sketchy tonight but we served very well on Tuesday. I just think everybody’s beginning and we have things to work on, so that’s what we’ll do.”