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MANSFIELD — Sayre’s Junior Redskins “C” team had an exceptional season. The squad rolled to an 8-0 record and topped Troy 31-6 in the Northern Tier Youth Football League’s championship game.

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UNIVERSITY PARK — After being forced to sit out all of last season, Wyalusing graduate Creighton Edsell got a chance on Sunday to do something most wrestlers can only dream of — compete inside Rec Hall for the No. 1 Penn State Nittany Lions.

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CORNING — Defending Section IV Class C champion Waverly met up with Windsor, the second-ranked team in New York State, for the Section IV Class C championship on Saturday.

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The Waverly Recreation Department awarded the Jagger Roberts Wright Sportsmanship award to Jeremy Cleveland. The award goes to a player who best represents the meaning of sportsmanship. The Waverly Recreation Youth Football coaches select the player who is someone who has encouraged everyone…

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TIOGA CENTER —Most schools have had at least one superior athlete. They’ve had that one player — whether lineman or back — who transcends the game and can dominate on the field.

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ATHENS — The Athens girls soccer team won the District 4 Class AAA championship for the second straight year with a 1-0 win on Oct. 30 — and senior Abby Sindoni would provide the title-winning goal.

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WINDSOR — Top-seeded Windsor held seed, but Waverly, the sixth seed and easily the lowest seed in the Section IV Class C volleyball semifinals, broke rank and qualified for Saturday’s Section IV championships.

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Tioga took Bainbridge-Guilford to an extra set in the Section IV Class D round-robin semifinals, but dropped a 25-17 tiebreaker to the Bobcats. With the win, Bainbridge-Guilford will advance to play Candor on Saturday for the Section IV championship. Above, Tioga’s Julia Bellis goes low for …

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OWEGO — The Waverly girls swimming team will be well represented at Saturday’s Section IV Class B Championships after four individuals and three relay squads qualified for the championship finals at Wednesday’s preliminary round.

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VALLEY — Winning brings many things including post-season accolades. Such was the case for a number of local girls soccer players on Wednesday.

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Villanova University hosted Special Olympics Pennsylvania’s Fall Festival November 1-3. The local Bradford/Sullivan Counties long distance running/walking team competed, with each member of the 10-person delegation winning at least one medal. In the Friday 1500 meter run, Anne Roof led her d…

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LANSING — The Waverly High volleyball team would advance in the Section IV Class C playoffs with a 3-0 quarterfinal win over Lansing on Tuesday — and the Lady Wolverines would give their coach a milestone victory in the process.

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WILLIAMSPORT — The Athens High girls soccer team dropped a heartbreaker in the first round of the state playoffs as Berwick scored a 1-0 victory over the Lady Wildcats at the Balls Mills Soccer Complex on Tuesday.

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Athens — Waverly versus Athens football was once an annual part of Valley football tradition. Saturday night, the two teams had the opportunity to renew a former rivalry.

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HERSHEY — The goal of every cross country runner is to get to the state championships. Sayre’s Kayla Hughey achieved that last week by placing fifth in her class at the District IV Championships.

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JOHNSON CITY — In its first six snaps of Saturday’s Section IV Class D semifinal, Tioga had two fumbles and an interception.

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SAYRE — Trailing at the half, Muncy took a 20-14 lead in the third quarter and broke a 20-20 deadlock with 2:12 left in regulation on a two-yard Ethan Gush dive. From there, they held on for a 26-20 win in the District 4 Class A semifinals.

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JOHNSON CITY — It seems odd, but these two teams haven’t played each other very often. In this century, the teams have split 1-1. Tioga won a 2002 Section IV Class D semifinal 14-13 and Delhi won another Section IV Class D semifinal in 2009 20-3.

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SAYRE — When the Sayre Redskins take the field at the Lockhart Street Bowl tonight for their District 4 Class A football playoff game with Muncy, they will be looking to beat the Indians on the ground and through the air.

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MARATHON — Waverly seniors Sheridan Talada and Collin Wright led local runners at Friday’s IAC Cross Country Championships.

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WILLIAMSPORT — After falling in last year’s District 4 Class AAA Championship to Athens, the Selinsgrove Seals enacted revenge Wednesday night in Williamsport as they ended the Wildcats’ season.

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TIOGA JUNCTION — If you watched North Penn/Liberty Volleyball play the last few years, you would not have seen Grace Tice get much playing time. The Senior Middle Hitter described herself as a “benchwarmer” after their District IV class AA sweep of Athens Tuesday Night at Williamson before s…

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Williamsport — When asked to describe his team’s performance in the District IV Class AAA semifinals, Head Coach Rich Pitts responded “Scrappy and gritty are the two words that say what we were today. I’ll take that all day long.”

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TIOGA JUNCTION — Athens knew it would take a team effort to knock off Wyalusing and advance to the District 4 Class AA volleyball semifinals.

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Williamsport — Athens needed a total team effort, and some extra time, to overcome Jersey Shore in the PIAA District IV AAA semi-finals Saturday.

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SPENCER- In the battle of the Eagles, two players rushed for over 100 yards as the Spencer-Van Etten/Candor Eagles defeated the Jordan-Elbridge Eagles 28-12 Friday night in Spencer.

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WAVERLY — Jake Scott carried the ball 36 times for 253 yards and three TDs as Chenango Forks topped Waverly 27-7 in a Section IV Football Conference Division II contest.

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WAVERLY — Kennedy Westbrook scored the only goal with three minutes to go in the first half to give the Waverly Wolverines the narrow win over the Newark Valley Cardinals, 1-0 on Friday in the second round of Section Four Girls Soccer Sectionals.

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SAYRE — The Sayre football program had to suffer through a 17-year Rusty Rail losing streak to rival Athens, but after a thrilling comeback on Friday night, the Redskins have started a winning streak of their own.

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The Tioga Tigers closed out the regular season undefeated after coming away victorious against the Deposit/Hancock Eagles by a score of 47-32. The Tigers came out of the gates firing on all cylinders on senior night to gain a substantial lead in the early portion of the game. However, the Ea…

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Well, there’s just one game to go in the 2019 regular season, but most of our local teams will be playing on.