Southern Fulton 49 Fannett Metal 31
The Fannett-Metal Tigers (1-12, 0-10 SHL, 0-7 ICC) traveled to Warfordsburg tonight to take on the Southern Fulton Indians. The Indians started the game on a 17-4 run and won 49-31. Southern Fulton improves to 8-3 (7-2 SHL and 7-1 ICC) on the season. Josh Stocker was the leading scorer for the Indians with 12 points. Mitch Potter chipped in8 points, 5 rebounds, and 3 assists. Teammate Branden Lynch also tossed in 8 points with 7 rebounds. Fannett-Metal was lead by Lucas Wingert’s game high 17 points. The Indians host their close out of state neighbor and rival, Hancock Panthers, Monday night to start a 4 game week. The Tigers will host Tussey Mountain on January 23. There was no JV game.
Forbes Road 43 McConnellsburg 38
Forbes Road (6-4, 4-3 SHL, 4-2 ICC) hosted county rival McConnellsburg (2-7, 1-5 SHL, 1-5 ICC) and came away with a 43-38 win. Grayson Hall led the Cardinals and all scorers with 17 points. Talon Blair added 9 points, Brycen Hohman had 8 points and 12 rebounds, and Logan Deshong chipped in 6 points. The Spartans were led by Lucas McClain’ 9 points. Dom Reed had 8 points, Cale Harman added 7 points, and Garrett Bunch had 6 points. Cardinal Coach Trent Black said, “We put together a solid first half, but didn’t adjust well to McConnellsburg’s defensive switch in the second half. We struggled to score, and McConnellsburg hustled their way back into the game. Fortunately we took care of the ball just well enough late and made a few free throws to preserve the win. We’ve been lucky to win a few ugly ones here lately, but we need to put four quality quarters together to reach our goals.” The Spartans will travel to Cumberland Valley Christian on Saturday (1/20) and Forbes Road will host Southern Huntingdon on January 22. JV MHS 36 FR 32 MHS Strait 13, Knepper 10 – FR Schepis 10, Kuhn 10