Boy’s Basketball Roundup 2/6/18 Fulton/FM

Berlin 55 Southern Fulton 53 OT

The SF Indians hosted the #1 ranked District V Class AA Berlin Brothersvalley Mountainneers  tonight in Warfordsburg and lost a heart breaker 55-53 in OT.  Justin Morris led the Indians with 15 points, 3 rebounds, and 5 assists.  Gabe Stotler chipped in with 12.  Freshman, Will Spochart led the Mountaineers with 21 points. The Indians fall to 13-5 (10-1 ICC and 10-2 SHL) on the season. Berlin also won the JV contest 47-34.  Dylan Melton led the Indians with 14 points. The Indians scheduled game at Southern Huntingdon on 2/7 has been PPD due to weather and rescheduled for Thursday, February 8 (JV starts at 6pm).

McConnellsburg 73 Shalom Christian Academy 68

McConnellsburg (7-10) hosted Shalom Christian in a non league contest and held off the Flames 73-68. The Spartans were led by Dom Reed with 28 points. Three other Spartans reached double figures Garrett Bunch 12 points, Colton Mellott 11 points, and Cale Harman added 10. Cameron Roseman led all scorers with 36 points for the Flames. Logan Martin added 13. Spartan Coach Drew Washabaugh commented, “It was back and forth all game.  It was nice to get 4 guys in double figures.  It was nice to see Colton and Garret knock down some big shots in the second half.  Roseman made some tough shots for them and we struggled to slow him down.  I have been pleased with how he grinded out two wins, in the last two days.” JV score MHS 52 Shalom 41 Phillip Strait scored 25 and Holden Smith scored 10. McConnellsburg will host county rival Forbes Road on Friday.

Everett 62 Forbes Road 53

The game with Everett scheduled for today was moved to Tuesday evening due to impending weather. They saw the Cardinals (8-11, 4-10 SHL, 4-8 ICC) fall to the visiting Warriors 62-53. Grayson Hall led Forbes Road with 17 points and 7 rebounds. Brycen Hohman added 13 points and 6 rebounds. Cardinal Coach Trent Black commented,” Everett got hot from three point range (8-21 for game) and built a comfortable lead.  We worked our way back into it, cutting it to six in the fourth quarter, but it was just too much to overcome.  Everett made free throws down the stretch to make sure we couldn’t finish the comeback.  After a tough stretch last week, this was a much better effort from our guys.” No JV game. The Cardinals travel to league and county rival McConnellsburg on Friday.