Basketball

Fulton/FM Girls Basketball Roundup 1/15/18

Chestnut Ridge 41 McConnellsburg 37

McConnellsburg (2-10, 0-7 SHL, 0-6 ICC) dropped a home League game to Chestnut Ridge 41-37. Kellyn Perry led the Lady Spartans with 13 points and 12 rebounds, Sami Hensley scored 9 points, all from 3 point range, and Katelyn Truax scored 8 points with 4 blocks and 10 rebounds. McConnellsburg will host Forbes Road on Thursday, Jan. 18. JV: CR 34 MHS 13 Aleah Lynch 7 points.

Southern Fulton 61 Northern Bedford 30

The Lady Indians (8-3, 6-2 SHL, 5-2 ICC) hosted the Black Panthers in a league game at Warfordsburg and prevailed 61-30. Ava Hull paced the Lady Indians with 16 points and 7 rebounds. Drew Gordon added 10 points and Lindsey Hollenshead had 7 rebounds. SF Coach Meagan Mellott commented, “We were able to finally put together a good offensive game by working hard on the defensive end. I think everyone contributed positively and it was an all round team effort.” Southern Fulton travels to Fannett Metal on Thursday.

Fannett Metal 53 Southern Huntingdon 39

Fannett Metal (7-4, 7-2 SHL, 5-2 ICC) traveled to Southern Huntingdon and picked up a league win over the Rockets 53-39. The Lady Tigers trailed by 4 at halftime 22-18, but were able to mount a surge in the 3rd quarter, outscoring the Rockets 15-2. The Lady Tigers never relinquished this lead.  Fannett-Metal was lead in scoring by Morgan Ritchey 14 points and 14 rebounds, Katie Johns 12 points and 10 rebounds, Taylor Coffman 11 points, Ally Hoffmann 9 points, Maci Bowen 3 points, Jamie Adams 2 points and Lynnzie McClure 2 points. Fannett Metal will host Southern Fulton on Thursday. JV: FM 23 SH 22 Katelyn Ritchey 10 points.

Everett 58 Forbes Road 21

Everett traveled to Forbes Road (3-8, 2-6 SHL, 1-6 ICC) and cruised to a 58-21 league win. Reffner and Maxwell led the Warriors with 19 and 17 points, respectively. Quincy McMath led the Cardinals with 7 points. Cardinal Coach said, “They are very well coached and beat us in every possible aspect of the game. Hats off to them for being a first-class team and running a great program. We will learn from this and be better because of it.” There was no JV game. The Lady Cardinals will travel to McConnellsburg on Thursday.