The Wellsboro Varsity Boys Basketball team picked up a District IV Class AAA quarterfinal win over Bloomsburg on Friday, February 23. The Hornets started out with a 14-6 lead after the first quarter, but Bloomsburg outscored the home team 13-11 in the second to cut it to 25-19 at halftime. Wellsboro then picked it up in the third quarter and outscored the Panthers 17-6 to jump out to a firm 42-25 lead.
February 23 D4 Basketball Playoff Scoreboard. By: Ed Weaver | PIAA District IV | February 24, 2018 | Photo courtesy Brett R. Crossley PIAA District IV Basketball Playoff Scoreboard from Friday, February 23, 2018.
The Wellsboro Middle School basketball teams both rebounded from tough losses to Athens with big wins over Williamson on Wednesday, February 21. In the girls A game the young Lady Hornets won 40-2. Wellsboro led 12-0 after the first then increased their lead to 22-2 at halftime. Wellsboro scored four more points in the third then exploded for 14 points in the fourth to close out the game.
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