Basketball Roundup 1/6/20 Fulton/ FM

Girl’s Results

Fannett Metal 64 Shalom Christian Academy 34

Willow Hill, Pa. – Fannett-Metal (5-3) hosted the Flames from Shalom and came away with a 64-34 victory.  Shalom outscored FM in the first quarter 14-13, but it was all FM in the second quarter.  The Lady Tigers took advantage of some Shalom miscues in the second quarter and took a 47-17 halftime lead.  Both teams scored 17 points in the second half.  The Tigers were led in scoring by Hartman 28, Ritchey 11, Meyers 5, Hoffmann 5, McGee 3, Hammond 2, and Hill 2.  The Flames were led in scoring by Schwartz 15, Pogue 11, Rheom 6, and Derstine 2.  The Tigers host Forbes Road on Thursday.

Forbes Road 45 Williamsburg 40

Waterfall, Pa. – Forbes Road (2-4) hosted the Blue Pirates of Williamsburg in a non league matchup and held on for a 45 to 40 victory. Hannah Skiles led the Cardinals with 13 points, Quincy McMath added 12, and Emma Gelvin chipped in 7 points. Cardinal Coach Jamie Gelvin commented, “What a competitive game!  We played well for 3 quarters but almost let a sloppy second quarter derail us. Williamsburg is a solid team and I am happy to come out with a win.  They are young so look out for them in the years to come.” JV – W 30 FR 3. The Cardinals return to action on Thursday when they travel to Fannett Metal.

Score by Quarters

Williamsburg   8  14  8  10 – 40

Forbes Road. 13 5 12 15 – 45

Boy’s Results

Berlin 67 Southern Fulton 41

Warfordsburg, Pa. – Berlin Brothers Valley defeated Southern Fulton in a non-league matchup Monday evening by a score of 67 to 41. The Indians (4-4, 3-1 ICC) were led by Gabe Stotler with 8 points, 4 rebounds, and 6 assists. Dylan Melton had 8 points and 3 rebounds. Isaac Fitz had 6 points and 4 rebounds while Justin Morris and Dane Harvey both chipped in 6 points. The Mountaineers were led by Cole Blubaugh with 21 points. Coach Jeremy Hann commented “Berlin came out with the kind of intensity that if you don’t meet will crush you and that is exactly what happened. They smacked us in the mouth in the first half and against a quality team like Berlin you just can’t let that happen.” Rebounds BBV 28 SF 26. Turnovers BBV 9 SF 13. JV – SF 43 BBV 35 (SF – Konner Pittman 19 points). Southern Fulton will travel to McConnellsburg on Friday at 6:00.

Scoring by Quarters:

BBV – 22-22-12-11

SF – 6-5-11-19

Fannett Metal 79 Shalom Christian Academy 60 OT

Willow a Hill, Pa. – The Tigers (2-6) and Flames battled to a 67-67 tie after regulation play but it was the Tigers who outscored the Flames in overtime to come away with a 79-69 OT victory.  Leading the way for the Tigers was sophomore Colton Friese with 31 points and 17 rebounds.  Tiger Coach Paul Coffman said, “Colton was a force both inside and outside tonight.  To put up those kind of numbers against a quality opponent is impressive.” The Tigers put two other players in double figures as well in Wyatt Appleby with 17 points and Hunter Hill with 15 points, 7 Rebounds, 6 steals and 5 assists.  Senior Darston Warren added 8 points and 8 rebounds while Luke Coffman chipped in 6 points, 7 assists and 3 steals.  Ayden Warren and Tanner Seibert both played stellar defense for us tonight.  Coffman noted, “We faced a lot of adversity throughout the game but we kept battling to get a great team win.  Shalom is athletic and they play hard.  We have had two great games so far with them this season.” The Flames were led by Aiden Jones with 26 points.  Blake Emge posted 14 points and Josh Palm added 10.   The Tigers will travel to Forbes Road on Friday night for a 7:00 start.  

Northern Bedford 71 McConnellsburg 47

McConnellsburg, Pa. – McConnellsburg (1-8, 1-3 ICC) hosted Northern Bedford in an Inter County Conference matchup and fell 71 to 47. Walker Funk led the Spartans with 19 points and Zander Sipes added 16 points. Spartan Coach Josh Lowery commented, “We simply got our played in every aspect of the game, our transition defense was terrible. I need to do a better job of preparing my team mentally, NBC took advantage of it last night!” JV MHS 45 NBC 33 ( MHS – Austin Swisher 14 points, Dayton Gress 11 points) McConnellsburg will host Southern Fulton on Friday at 6:00.

Hancock 57 Forbes Road 24

Hancock, Md. – Forbes Road (0-8) traveled south of the Mason Dixon Line to do battle with the Hancock Panthers. The Cardinals came up short with Hancock winning 57 to 24. Shane Schepis led Forbes Road with 6 points. The Cardinals were to travel to Williamsburg on Tuesday but that game has been postponed do to the impending weather forecast. No makeup date has been set yet.