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TIOGA — The Williamon Warriors boys soccer team put together a strong defensive effort against a solid Troy team on Thursday, Sept. 17, but were unable to put any goals on the board falling by…

WELLSBORO — The Wellsboro Lady Hornets volleyball team (3-0) entered their Thursday, Sept. 17 matchup undefeated, and left with their flawless record intact as they swept the Troy Lady Trojans…

A big game from Avaree Kellert helped Coudersport volleyball team beat Northern Potter, 3-1 (25-20, 13-25, 25-17) last Thursday night.

GALETON — Behind strong games from Jake Cochran and Ty Stover, the Galeton soccer team took control late in the game to come out with a 5-2 win over St. Marys on Wednesday, Sept. 16, for their…

The Cowanesque Valley Indians football team (0-2) were unable to capture their first win of the season in a road game against Wyalusing (1-1) and fell by a score of 46-21.

During the Wellsboro Hornets second game of the 2020 season, Kerrah Clymer reached the 50-goal mark in a 6-1 win over the Wyalusing Rams, 6-1 on Saturday, Sept. 19. 

LIBERTY — Down 3-2 heading into the second half of play, the North Penn-Liberty Mounties (1-0) soccer team outscored the Sayre Redskins (1-3) 4-1 in the second half to give them their first wi…

TIOGA -- Cowanesque Valley Lady Indians volleyball team notched their first win of the season on the road Tuesday night against Williamson. The Lady Indians fought a back and forth battle with…

National Sports

The Colts defense was the story of Sunday’s dominant performance against the Jets, scoring two touchdowns and intercepting three passes, but Jonathan Taylor still made his mark on the game. He picked up 59 rushing yards and his second touchdown of the season on 13 carries, and he had a catch for 3 yards. Taylor is second among rookies with 182 rushing yards this season.

The Pittsburgh pass-rush, led by T.J. Watt, controlled the second half of their win over Houston on Sunday. In the third game ever where three brothers were on the field, T.J. got the best of the matchup, recording four tackles and a sack. T.J. Watt is second in the league with six tackles for loss, and tied for second with 3½ sacks.

Russell Wilson continues to show he’s among the best deep passers in the NFL. He posted another eye-popping stat line in Sunday’s win over the Cowboys, throwing for 315 yards, five touchdowns and no interceptions. He threw three touchdowns to Tyler Lockett, and another to D.K. Metcalf, who fumbled a would-be touchdown in the first half after celebrating too soon. Wilson leads the NFL with 14 passing touchdowns.

Ryan Ramczyk showed Sunday night why he’s the reigning All-Pro right tackle in the NFL. Against a strong pass-rusher in Green Bay’s Za’Darius Smith, Ramczyk was solid all night. He allowed just one pressure and didn’t allow a sack. New Orleans fell to the Packers, but Ramczyk showed why he’s one of the best tackles in the league.

Joe Schobert continues to rack up tackles for the Jaguars, tallying eight in his team’s loss to the Miami Dolphins on Thursday. Schobert is tied for 15th in the league with 33 total tackles. Thursday’s game wasn’t as good for another former Badger — linebacker Leon Jacobs tore his ACL and is out for the remainder of the season.

The Cowboys suffered their second tough loss of the season, but former Badgers center Tyler Biadasz got the first extended action of his career. Biadasz, last year’s Rimington Trophy winner, entered the game late in the second quarter and played the rest of the way. With Biadasz in the lineup, Dallas scored two second-half touchdowns and tallied a field goal. Dallas hasn’t announced its O-line for Week 4, but Biadasz may be in line for his first NFL start soon.

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After having its season shut down in August because of COVID-19 precautions, the Panthers will hold their first official fall practice, the first of 15 they officially can hold over 34 days, Tuesday inside the UNI-Dome.

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