The landscape of high school sports in Pennsylvania will have a brand new look next year.
It seems like the Northampton baseball team is collecting NTL standouts, and they got another one as Towanda's Tristan James signed to join the team next year.
Ever since Dylan Bates started his baseball career at Towanda he had a goal in mind, to one day play college baseball.
Growing up Nick Place got a chance to follow in the shoes of his big brother Zach.
One of the smaller players in the NTL, Sayre's Jordan Rockwell stood tall throughout his freshman year.
ATHENS - Another Wildcat will be lacing it up on the baseball diamond in the collegiate ranks next year.
Two doubles in the first inning proved to be all the offense Camp Hill's Michael Hope would need as Troy's season came to an end with a 2-0 loss in the PIAA, Class AA baseball playoffs.
Few players meant more to their teams than Notre Dame's Parker May.
The Troy Trojans faced a tough task in the District 4, Class AA final on Thursday, squaring off with two-time defending state champion Loyalsock.
WILLIAMSPORT - Kellan Masser pitched well enough to get Line Mountain into the District 4 AA finals. But Troy's pitchers were just a little bit better.
WILLIAMSPORT - If football is a game of inches then baseball is a game of plays.
WILLIAMSPORT - The first time Sayre and North Penn-Mansfield met the game went 12 innings and spanned two days so everybody knew what to expect coming into Saturday's District IV, Class A baseball semi-final.
EAST TROY - In a back and forth game Troy got the last laugh in their 5-4 win over Hughesville to advance in the District IV, Class AA baseball quarterfinals Friday.
WILLIAMSPORT - Entering the 2015 District IV Class AAA baseball tournament as the top seed, the Athens Wildcats had hopes of replacing Jersey Shore as the district champion.
Canton came out firing at the plate in their 4-2 win over Benton in District IV, Class A baseball action Thursday.