2018-02-08 / Sports

High School Sports

Girls Basketball

Southern Fulton 49
Claysburg 39

Southern Fulton (14-4) hosted non-league Claysburg Kimmel and earned a 49-39 win. Jessie Covalt led SF scoring with 16 points; Ava Hull and Kierstyn Morton each chipped in 10. Lindsey Hollenshead had a good night as well, scoring 8 points, 9 rebounds, and 5 assists.

Mount Union 60

Forbes Road 42

Forbes Road (3-14) hosted Mount Union at home and dropped a non-league game 60-42. Maddy Miller led the Cardinals with 11, and Quincy McMath added 8 points and 10 rebounds.

Southern Fulton 53

McConnellsburg 36

Southern Fulton (13-4, 9- 3 SHL, 8-3 ICC) traveled to McConnellsburg (4-14, 1-11 SHL, 1-9 ICC) and came away with a 53-36 league win. Lindsey Hollenshead led the Lady Indians with a double-double of 17 points and 12 rebounds. Drew Gordon contributed 9 points and 9 rebounds. Ava Hull had 9 points, while Jessie Covalt and Kierstyn Morton had 7 points apiece. The Lady Spartans were led by Katelyn Truax who scored 16 points, had 4 blocks, 3 steals and 12 rebounds. Mattalynn Ross scored 8 points, had 5 assists and 8 rebounds. Kellyn Perry scored 6 points, 2 blocks and 5 rebounds.

Fannett-Metal 52

Forbes Road 37

Forbes Road (3-13, 2-11 SHL, 1-10 ICC) hosted league rival Fannett-Metal and fell to the Lady Tigers 52-37. Maddy Miller led Forbes with 16 points. Quincy McMath added 8 points, and Kyra Duvall pulled down 16 rebounds.

Northern Bedford 50

McConnellsburg 37

McConnellsburg (4-13, 1- 10 SHL, 1-8 ICC) played at home against NBC and dropped the league game 50- 37. Katelynn Truax led the Lady Spartans with 11 points, Aleah Lynch scored 10 points, and Mattalynn Ross scored 6 points and had 7 rebounds. Izabella Keefer and Kellyn Perry both added 5 points, and Perry also had 9 rebounds.

Chestnut Ridge 59

Forbes Road 40

Forbes Road (3-12, 2-10 SHL, 1-9 ICC) traveled to Chestnut Ridge and lost 59- 40 to a hot-shooting Lions team. Courtney Schoen led Forbes with 13 points and 10 rebounds. Maddy Miller added 12 points.

Boys Basketball

Southern Fulton 61
McConnellsburg 37

Southern Fulton hosted its county rival McConnellsburg (5-10, 3-8 SHL, 3-7 ICC) in Warfordsburg and came away with a 61-37 victory. The Indians improve to 13- 4 (10-1 ICC and 10-2 SHL) on the season. Mitchell Potter tossed in a game-high 18 points, 4 rebounds, and 3 assists. Gabe Stotler chipped in 15 points and 8 rebounds. Justin Morris had 10 points and 5 assists. Dominick Reed led the Spartans with 14 points.

Fannett-Metal 63

Forbes Road 62

Fannett-Metal hosted league rival Forbes Road (7-9, 4-7 SHL, 4-5 ICC) and won a very tight game 63- 62. Cardinal Brycen Hohman led all scorers with 26 points.

Chestnut Ridge 83

McConnellsburg 57

McConnellsburg (5-10, 3- 8 SHL, 3-6 ICC) hosted Chestnut Ridge in a makeup game originally scheduled on January 16. The Lions jumped out to a 53-35 halftime lead and never looked back for an 83-57 Sideling Hill League win. Colton Mellott led the Spartans with 23 points. Dom Reed had 14 points, and Cale Harman chipped in 12 points.

Northern Bedford 56

McConnellsburg 51

McConnellsburg (5-9, 3-7 SHL, 3-6 ICC) traveled to Loysburg and dropped a league game to NBC 56-51. The Spartans were led by Cale Harman, who had 21 points, and Dom Reed added 15 points.

Southern Fulton 63

Tussey Mt. 46

The Southern Fulton Indian boys basketball team 12-4 (9-1 ICC and 9-2 SHL) played the Tussey Mt. Titans, winning the league game on their home court 63-46. Mitchell Potter tossed in a game-high 17 points and 8 rebounds. Gabe Stotler added 14 points, 6 rebounds, and 3 steals. Justin Morris added 11 points and 5 assists.

Chestnut Ridge 75

Forbes Road 55

Forbes Road (7-8, 4-6 SHL, 4-4 ICC) took on a strong Chestnut Ridge team at home and dropped the Sideling Hill League game 77-55. Logan Deshong led the Cardinals with 17 points. Grayson Hall added 14 points, and Brycen Hohman chipped in 12.

Forbes Road 59

Belleville Mennonite 33

Forbes Road (7-7) hosted non-league Belleville Mennonite and jumped out to a 22-6 first-quarter lead to cruise to a 59-33 win. Talon Blair, Shane Schepis, and Grayson Hall each tallied 9 points for the win.

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