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WILLIAMSON— The Athens girls basketball team easily dispatched Williamson on the road Thursday night 62—23. The Wildcats played stifling defense making the Warriors earn every basket.

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ODESSA MONTOUR—Waverly didn’t miss a beat in its first meet of the season easily defeating O-M 103—37 on Thursday night. Out of the 12 events, Waverly did not lose a single one.

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SAYRE — Following a three-game skid after winning their first game of the season, the Sayre boys basketball team needed a spark offensively to return to the win column. The opportunity presented itself with just a two-point lead to start the second half on their home floor Wednesday night.

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WYALUSING — Athens won five times on the mat and accepted two forfeits for a 40-25 win over Wyalusing Tuesday night.

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Traveling to some of the most remote spots in North America requires a bit of effort, as well as a burning desire to visit those destinations. True wilderness often comes with a price, sometimes in the form of backbreaking effort, but also in painstaking planning and preparation and, often, …

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This time we will relate some methods we used to catch fish through the ice. Since the l960s equipment has advanced tremendously. Today, you can buy equipment which actually show fish and the depth they are located on a video screen. It is a long way from the traditional methods we used. Sti…

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DEC trout stream plan would create year-round C&R fishing

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MANSFIELD — Athens’ girls basketball squad pitched a first period shutout on the road and led from the start on the way to a 52-25 Northern Tier League win over North Penn/Mansfield Tuesday evening.

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LINE MOUNTAIN — Athens took on some stiff competition at the Line Mountain Duals and came home in third with a 3-2 record.

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WELLSBORO — Athens’ Lady Wildcats got off to a slow start against Wellsboro Saturday afternoon but bounced back with a dominant second half to post a 28-22 win in NTL play.

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ELMIRA — Tioga’s boys and girls bowling teams swept Edison in IAC bowling Thursday at Rossi Lanes with the boys picking up a 3-1 win and the girls rolling over an undermanned Edison team 4-0.

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SAYRE — On Friday night, the Sayre Redskins were able to return to their own floor for their first home game of the season. On the other side of the gym was Wyalusing, a familiar NTL foe that was competing in its first game boys basketball game of the season.

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WAVERLY — Waverly’s boys and girls bowling squads made it a pair of 4-0 sweeps over Watkins Glen in a meet held virtually Thursday.

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CANTON — Host Canton opened a 22-14 lead after a quarter on the way to a 68-58 Northern Tier League win over Sayre Tuesday night.

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WAVERLY — Entries are rolling into the office at Valley Bowling Center as the Morning Times Doubles Shootout gets ready to roll once again.

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ATHENS — In recent history, Athens wrestling has meant toughness, conditioning and technique. It appears that this year’s youthful team is learning those lessons. With some Wildcat veterans receiving forfeits, the younger Wildcats displayed all three in Thursday night’s 48-24 victory.

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ATHENS — The Athens wrestling squad returns plenty of talent — including two-time state medalist Gavin Bradley — but the Wildcats’ roster also features 10 freshman and just three seniors.

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WAVERLY — The Interscholastic Athletic Conference has gone virtual in the sport of bowling this season due to concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic.

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ATHENS — On Monday night, the Athens girls basketball team defeated Northeast Bradford 58-53 in overtime.

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LAWRENCEVILLE — Four Wildcats put up double digit points as the Athens boys rolled to an 88-33 victory over host Williamson on Saturday.

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Ice fishing is a sport that simply exploded in popularity in the l970s. I was certainly swept up in that growing sport.

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Athens restarted its winter sports practices Monday, including boys basketball (above) and girls’ basketball. Above, JJ Babcock heads for the rim during practice. Below, Kayleigh Miller works on her dribbling. Athens’ boys are slated to start their seqason on Saturday at 1:30 p.m. at William…

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VALLEY — Although not all Northern Tier League member schools will be able to go back to work for another week, winter sports are set to return next week in Pennsylvania after Governor Tom Wolf announced Wednesday that the mitigation orders would end that day.