Basketball

Basketball Roundup 12/18/19 Fulton/FM

Girl’s Results

Southern Fulton 62 Fort Hill 31

Warfordsburg, Pa. – Lindsey Hollenshead had a double double with 14 points and 11 assists to lead Southern Fulton (3-1) to a 62 to 31 non league win over Fort Hill. Jalyn Hann added 12 points while Abby Fischer and Hailey Mellott had 7 rebounds. Carly Bennet finished the game with 10 points for Fort Hill. JV – SF 39 – Fort Hill 16 (SF – Emma Wilson 8 points). The Indians will next host Forbes Road on January 4 at 6:00.

Southern Fulton

Lindsey Hollenshead 3 (2) 2-2 14 Jalyn Hann 5 2-2 12, Hailey Mellott 3 0-1 6, Abby Fischer 1 2-3 4, Kenadee Morton 1 (1) 0-1 5, Rachel Bradshaw 2 (1) 0-0 7,  Reanna Rice 2 2-2 4,  Ava Kipe 0 0-0 0, Hannah Bolden 0 0-0 0,Becky Ashkettle 2 0-0 4 Emma Wilson 3 0-3 6, Sam Ashkettle 0 0-3 0.  Totals — 22 (4) 6 -15 62

Fort Hill

J. Slider 1 0-0 2, Bennet 5 0-0 10, Appel 2 (1) 0-0 7, Pryor 0 5-6 5, Noel 1 0-4 2, Rouzer 1 0-0 2, Guinn 0 3-6 3.

Totals— 10 (1) 8-16 31

Everett 66 Fannett Metal 36

Everett, Pa. – Fannett-Metal (1-3, 0-3 ICC) traveled to Everett to battle the Lady Warriors.  The Warriors opened up a 38-18 halftime lead and never looked back.  The final score was 66-36. The Lady Tigers were led in scoring by Hartman 12 and the Lady Warriors were led by Maxwell 34. JV – FM 24  – Everett 56. (FM – Walter – 8 points). Fannett Metal returns to action on Friday against Hancock.

Boy’s Results

Everett 70 Fannett Metal 49

Willow Hill, Pa. – F-M dropped their home opener to Everett on Wednesday evening 70-49.  The Warriors jumped out to a 31-11 halftime lead and put the game away with a 29 point 3rd quarter.  Tiger Coach Paul Coffman commented “We definitely came out a little flat and missed some easy buckets in the first half.  But Everett had something to do with the slow start.  They have a nice team, played tough defense and they shot the ball well tonight.  We are playing right now with six sophomores and one senior, so we have a lot of inexperience on the varsity court. This is only the 3rd game of the season, we will continue to work hard to improve every week.  This team has heart and a desire to be successful, we will get there. “ 

The Warriors put three players in double figures;  Seth Price (16), Josiah Seese (15), and Kolby Weaver (14).  Isaac Mearkle also chipped in (9) points on (3) three pointers.  Everett nailed (8) three’s on the night.  The Tigers were led by Hunter Hill with (15) points, (4) rebounds, (5) assists, and (4) steals.  Luke Coffman had (9) points, (3) assists and (4) steals.  Ayden Warren chipped in (6) points while Wyatt Appleby, Rylin Sharar, Colton Friese and Darston Warren all scored (5) points on the evening. 

The Tigers are off now until their Christmas Tournament on December 27th when they host Shalom at 7:30.  Maryland School of the Deaf will play McConnellsburg at 6:00 in the opener.  

Southern Huntingdon 80 Forbes Road 21

Waterfall, Pa. –