McConnellsburg 50 Northern Bedford 36
Loysburg, Pa. – McConnellsburg (4-13, 2-9 ICC) traveled to Northern Bedford (3-13, 2-10 ICC) and picked up a road league win. The Spartans outscored the Black Panthers in every quarter for a 50 to 36 victory. Matty Ross led McConnellsburg with 15 points and 8 rebounds. Katelyn Truax added 10 points and 11 rebounds. Madison Cottle led NBC with 17 points. JV – MHS 35 NBC 29 (MHS – Kendal Truax 14 points). McConnellsburg will host Forbes Road on Thursday at 6:00.
Southern Huntingdon 46 Forbes Road 40 DOT
Waterfall, Pa. – Fans at Forbes Road were treated to Senior Night and a great game as Forbes Road (4-12, 0-11 ICC) fell to Southern Huntingdon 46 to 40 in double over time. At the end of regulation, the game was tied at 34. With 2.4 seconds left in the first overtime Mara Broadwater drove the lane, kicked the ball out to Emma Gelvin who drained a three to send the game into a second over time. Cardinal Coach Jamie Gelvin commented, “I was proud of the kids effort tonight. This was a night where neither team deserved to lose. It was like an old heavy weight fight, one would take a hit and then give it back. That’s what a high school basketball game should look like. Every girl that stepped on the court tonight played their heart out. What a great game.” Hannah Skiles led the Cardinals with 14 points and Quincy McMath added 12. Jenny Cantrell led the Rockets with 21 points. JV – FR 25 – SH 22 (FR – Ashlin Walter, Harlie Strait & Payton Kendall 6 points each). Forbes Road will travel McConnellsburg on Thursday.
Tussey Mt. 44 Southern Fulton 21
Warfordsburg, Pa. – Southern Fulton (11-5, 8-3 ICC) hosted a talented Tussey Mt. (12-4, 11-1 ICC) team and fell to the Titans 44 to 21 in an Inter County Conference matchup. Drew Gordon led the Indians with 6 points and 13 rebounds. L. Weimert led Tussey with 17 points. JV – SF 43 TM 17 (SF- Jalyn Hann 16 points). Southern Fulton travels to Fannett Metal on Thursday for a 6:00 start.
Everett 66 Fannett Metal 39
Willow Hill, Pa. – Fannett-Metal (12-5, 8-5 ICC) traveled to Everett (13-1, 11-0 ICC) and fell by a score of 66 to 39. The Tigers struggled to find any offensive rhythm against a swarming Everett defense in the first quarter. Fannett Metal got scoring from K Ritchey 11, Johns, 10, Adams 6, Hartman 6, McClure 2, Rotz 2, M Ritchey 2. JV – EHS 57 FM 34 (FM – Ritchey 8, McClure 8). Fannett Metal will host a Southern Fulton on Thursday.