Another high school cross country season is in the books, and now it's time to recognize the region's best with this year's The Daily & Sunday Review All-Region team.
HERSHEY — For the past couple seasons, a state title has eluded the Danville girls' cross-country team.
HERSHEY — For the first time since 1986, no NTL runner — boy or girl — took home a medal from the PIAA Cross-country Championships Saturday.
The Athens girls' cross-country team took third at the Whitney Point Invitational Tuesday.
ROME — Last year, the Northeast Bradford boys' cross-country team took five of the top six spots at the NTL Coaches' Invitational.
ROME — For the Troy girls, the NTL Coaches' Championship started to resemble a Trojans practice.
TOWANDA — Northeast Bradford clinched their sixth straight NTL boys' cross-country title Tuesday in the narrowest of fashions.
ROME — It was closer than they are used to, but the Northeast Bradford boys' cross-country team earned two NTL milestones in their sweep of Wellsboro and Troy Tuesday.
Waverly girls took second at the McDaniel-Baxter Invitational Saturday.
Wyalusing boys went 1-2 with one second to spare.
WYALUSING — For the first time in the Lasagna Invitational history both Wyalusing teams came away with titles.
Wyalusing, Troy and Canton each competed at the 19th annual Bear Mountain River Run in Lock Haven on Saturday.
When it came to picking the top male athlete of the year two names stood out.
It's hard to remember a time when Athens' Breana Gambrell wasn't the most dominating athlete in the region.
The 2016-2017 NTL Athlete of the Year award ceremony took place Sunday in Sayre. There were four awards given: NTL Sportsmanship award, Coach/Program of the Year, and Male and Female NTL Athlete of the Year. Canton's Brooke Ward and North Penn-Mansfield's Brock Burleigh took home the highest honors.