A week of Home Page feature highlights!
It’s time once again to take a look at what happened the past week. The Weekly Highlights are a great way to catch up, but don’t forget that you can always watch the full stories from either our front page or the archives section.
Panthers dominant in 48-14 win over Bucktail
The North Penn-Mansfield Panthers scored early and often in a 48-14 win over Bucktail on Friday, September 29.
“Tonight was a long trip for us,” said Panther head coach Tom Dickinson. “This team (Bucktail) they battle though, 17 kids I think dressed so we knew we’d be able to play a lot of players. Our offense executed early, our defense shut them down. We got our starters in and out healthy and then just about everyone on the team played, so that’s the most important thing.”
Liberty soccer shuts out Troy, 5-0
The North Penn-Liberty boys soccer team scored a 5-0 shutout victory over Troy at home on Monday, October 2.
Both teams took 14 shots during the course of the game and Troy had a 8-4 advantage in corner kicks. Liberty’s Riley Walker made 9 saves in goal while the Trojans tallied 7.
On the Radar – Bullying Prevention
October is National Bullying Prevention Month, and this segment is some basic information about bullying in order to help others understand there is a problem and there are things we can do to try to prevent it.
So what can we do in our schools, communities, families, and peer groups to help prevent this from occurring?
– Have a zero tolerance policy. Let everyone know the behavior will not be accepted
– Use peer pressure in a positive way. Show support for the victim of bullying and let the bully know that their behavior isn’t winning them any friends.
– Maintain open lines of communication so incidents might be more readily reported.
– Be a good role model for family, friends and peers. Set the example for others to follow.
– Stay educated on and aware of the issue. Many people don’t know that bullying can be a crime.
Williamson edges North Penn-Liberty soccer, 3-2
It was a Tioga County soccer battle on Wednesday, October 4 as the North Penn-Liberty Mounties hosted the Williamson Warriors.
North Penn-Liberty had a huge opportunity to tie the game up, as Johnson launched a shot just inches past the top of the post with only seconds remaining. But the clock ran out, signaling Williamson’s victory, 3-2.
The MU Police Academy
An exciting training opportunity exists in Tioga County! For those pursuing a future in law enforcement, the Mansfield University Municipal Police Academy is a perfect option. Chief Scott Henry took some time to explain the purpose of the academy and what it entails.
Chief Henry spoke to the Academy’s emphasis on raising funds so that tuition costs can remain as low as possible. The desire is to continue allowing the program to be available to as many interested parties as possible. The application process is explained on the Academy website for prospective cadets, along with a list of admission requirements.
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