Northern Bedford 50 McConnellsburg 37
McConnellsburg (4-13, 1-10 SHL, 1-8 ICC) hosted NBC and dropped a 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. JV NBC 26 MHS 23 Carrie Glee 8 points, Izabella Keefer 7 points, Mattalynn Ross 6 points. McConnellsburg will host Southern Fulton on February 1.
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 FR with 13 points and 10 rebounds. Maddy Miller added 12 points. Abby Hyde led CR with 17 points. Cardinals Coach Jamie Gelvin commented,”Ridge absolutely shot the lights out tonight. They hit 10 threes as a team compared to our 2. It doesn’t matter what defense you play when the other team hits shots from the next zip code. I was proud of the fight in our kids, we never gave up and fought hard to the end.” JV FR 28 CR 26 Payton Kendall hit the game winner with 7 seconds left. Hannah Skiles led FR with 18 points. Forbes Road will host Fannett Metal on February 1.
Everett 57 Fannett Metal 35
Fannett-Metal (8-7, 8-5 SHL, 6-5 ICC) hosted Everett and fell to their league foe by a score of 57-35. A slow start allowed Everett to build a 15-2 first quarter lead. However, this did not deter the Tigers, as they outscored the Warriors in the second quarter and had trimmed the margin to 29-27 mid way through the 3rd quarter. Some defensive adjustments by Everett stymied the Tigers and allowed them to secure the victory from there. The Tigers were lead in scoring by Coffman 13, Hoffmann 8, Johns 4, M Ritchey 4, Hartman 3, and K Ritchey 3. Fannett Metal will host Mercersburg Academy tonight, January 30.