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TOWANDA — Sayre’s Lady Redskins had some highlights in Thursday’s swim meet at Towanda, but a team win wasn’t among them as Towanda won the meet 86-47.

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WAVERLY — Host Waverly swept Newark Valley’s boys and the Lady Wolverines battled a three-player girls team with a predictable outcome.

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WAVERLY — It’s been widely accepted that Watkins Glen, Whitney Point and Waverly are the top three large school teams in the IAC.

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SPENCER — In what figured to be a tight match from start to finish, Spencer-Van Etten/Candor nipped Waverly 42-37 in an IAC match Wednesday night.

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SAYRE — The visiting Towanda Black Knights jumped out to a 19-point lead after the opening quarter and never looked back as they rolled to a 57-24 win over the Sayre Redskins in a Northern Tier League girls basketball clash on Monday.

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Getting 200 wins is pretty rare in the high school coaching ranks these days. With so many coaches either being pushed out or electing to take time off, there just aren’t that many who stick it out long enough to reach that type of milestone.

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WYALUSING — Homestanding Wyalusing got pins in the first five matches against Athens Tuesday night and held on for a 40-37 win over the Wildcats.

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TOWANDA — Athens’ boys won 11 events and the Lady Wildcats won 10 as visiting Athens swept Towanda Tuesday night in the Black Knights’ pool.

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WAVERLY — Tioga and Union Springs/Port Byron took home titles in Saturday’s IAC Midseason Tournament at Valley Bowling Center.

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ITHACA — Ithaca College’s Athletics and Events Center has been good to Waverly’s winter track squads this season. The Wolverines have waged an all-out assault on the record book there this season and had a number of fine performances.

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Waverly’s girls’ indoor track team wins first sectional title

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DANVILLE — Sayre hooked up with Danville as part of the three-team meet and fell to the Lady Ironmen 117-36 in the pool on Thursday.

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WAVERLY — One of the top tournaments of the local bowling season is ready to begin.

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WAVERLY — Led by quadruple winners Kaden Wheeler, Ryan Bennett, and Mike Atanasoff, Waverly rolled to a 125-55 IAC win over Lansing Thursday afternoon.

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DRYDEN — It didn’t take long for visiting Waverly to take command and control of Thursday night’s 87-47 win over Dryden.

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WAVERLY — The boys’ and girls’ bowling squads have had a challenging season. That continued Tuesday as each fell to Union Springs/Port Byron by 3-1 margins.

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CORTLAND — Tioga went north to take on the Olympians and had an easy time of it with both the boys’ and girls’ teams sweeping their undermanned hosts 4-0.

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SAYRE — Late last summer, as the remodeling of the Sayre Area High School gym was being completed, it was realized that the new bleachers would set back further from the court sideline. With this additional space, the school would have room for seating for teams that would separate them from…

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ATHENS — The host Wildcats opened Thursday’s dual against North Penn/Liberty with six consecutive six-point wins and cruised home from there to a 66-3 Northern Tier League wrestling win.

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TIOGA — Spencer-Van Etten/Candor came into its match Wednesday night with Tioga light. The Panthers had to give up four forfeits.

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ATHENS — What may have been thought of as a battle between high-scoring Joe Grab of Wellsboro and Athens’ Aaron Lane never quite materialized when the teams met Wednesday night for a NTL tussle.

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The Waverly High School swimming and diving squad honored a pair of swimmers who picked up milestone wins recently. Above, Waverly’s Mike Atanasoff (center) was honored for picking up his 200th career win earlier this season. Below, Waverly’s Collin Keefer, center, was honored Thursday for r…

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DRYDEN — Mike Atanasoff and Kaden Wheeler were four-time winners on the night as the Wolverines won 11 of 12 events in a 140-32 win over the Purple Lions.

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SAYRE — The host Lady Redskins were able to hang with Cowanesque Valley for a quarter, but in the end, the Indians had too much firepower and won 51-29.

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SPENCER — Waverly got off to a slow start on the road Tuesday night, but when the night was over the visiting Wolverines turned a two-point deficit into a 26-point IAC win at Spencer-Van Etten.

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WAVERLY — The first quarter of the Waverly vs. Spencer-Van Etten girls basketball game was anything but a masterpiece. In total, the teams hit two baskets and two free throws.

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ATHENS — The Athens Wildcats pulled out some big wins on Tuesday night to put themselves in position to knock off the Canton Warriors in a matchup of the top two teams in the Northern Tier League wrestling standings.

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LEWISTOWN — Athens’ wrestling Wildcats made the trip south for the Husky Duals and returned to the Valley with a 1-2 record.

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TOWANDA — Sayre made the trip south to meet up with Shamokin, which had a double-dual scheduled with the Towanda’s Black Knights and the Lady Redskins on Saturday.

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CANANDAIGUA — Tioga had seven wrestlers place in the top four. including three champions, to tie Webster-Thomas for the team championship of the Robert Bradshaw Invitational over the weekend.

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Athens — On an afternoon when Kayleigh Miller was honored for offensive accomplishments, the Lady Wildcats used stingy defense to squash a second half threat from the Green Hornets in a 50-33 win over Wellsboro.

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LERAYSVILLE — Northeast Bradford sprinted out to a 28-18 first half lead and maintained that lead for a 59-48 Northern Tier League win over Athens.

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WAVERLY — Waverly’s offense was on and the defense stellar Friday night as the Wolverines downed Lansing 65-45.

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TOWANDA — Towanda posted eight falls and took advantage of a forfeit in a 54-24 Northern Tier League wrestling win over Troy.

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WAVERLY — Apparently, Waverly senior Mike Atanasoff heard that records were made to be broken. The thought that they all didn’t have to be broken by him seems to have been lost in the translation.