Basketball

Basketball Roundup 1/20/19 Fulton/FM

Girl’s Basketball

Forbes Road 51 Hancock 44

Waterfall, Pa. – Forbes Road (3-8) used big first and third quarters to down Hancock 51 to 44 in non league competition. Hannah Skiles drained 7 threes to lead the Cardinals with 21 points. Quincy McMath recorded a double double with 17 points and 10 rebounds. Madison Hays pulled down 15 rebounds. C. Stotler led the Panthers with 19 points. Cardinal Coach Jamie Gelvin commented. “Hancock is a scrappy team. We would get out to a decent lead and they would chip away at it. We stretched the lead to 12 to start the game, but they cut it to 5 at the end of the quarter. Hannah Skiles shot the ball well and we did enough to win.  Down the stretch Emma Gelvin hit 5-6 from the line to seal the win for us.” No JV game. Forbes Road will host Northern Bedford tomorrow at 6:00.

Score by Quarters

Hancock          10  16   4   14 = 44

Forbes Road   15   8   15   13 = 51

Everett 52 Southern Fulton 31

Warfordsburg, Pa. – Southern Fulton (6-3, 4-2 ICC) hosted Everett and fell to a tough Warrior team 52 to 31. Jalyn Hann had 13 points and 6 rebounds to lead Southern Fulton. Lindsey Hollenshead added 6 points and 7 rebounds. Katelyn Maxwell led all scorers, pouring in 28 points for Everett. Indian Coach Joe Hollenshead commented, “Our girls played hard the entire game.  We had 27 turnovers with most occurring during the second quarter, which led to easy layups.” JV – EHS 32 SF 29. (SF – Sam Ashkettle 10 points). Southern Fulton travels to Forbes Road on Thursday at 6:00.

Everett

A Nave 1 0-0 2, K Ewing 0 1-2 1, G Bulger 2 (2) 2-2 12, K Maxwell 9 (1) 7-9 28, L Treece 1 (1) 2-6 7, L Mills 0 0-0 0, A Iseminger 1 0-0 2

Totals— 14 (4) 12-19 52

Southern Fulton

Lindsey Hollenshead    0 (2) 0-0 6, Jalyn Hann 5 (1) 0-0 13, Hailey Mellott 2 0-2 4, Abby Fischer 1 0-1 2, Kenadee Morton 0 0-0 0,  Rachel 2 0-0 4, Ava Kipe 0 0-0 0, Becky Ashkettle 1 0-0 2, Emma Wilson 0 0-0 0.     

Totals – 11 (3)  0-2 31

Shade 59 Fannett Metal 51

Central City, Pa. – Fannett-Metal (7-6) traveled to Shade (10-3) for a cross district game and fell to the Panthers 59-51.   The Panthers led 30-26 at halftime only to see the Tigers take a 43-42 lead into the 4th quarter.  In the 4th quarter the Tigers were outscored 17-8.  The Tigers had 2 in double digits Hartman 15 and Hill 11, while the Panthers had Cook 19, Muha 19, and Rapsky 18 in double digits. No JV game. The Tigers will travel to Tussey Mt. tomorrow evening for a 6:00 start.

Southern Huntingdon 49 McConnellsburg 41

McConnellsburg, Pa. – McConnellsburg (3-8, 1-7) hosted Southern Huntingdon and fell in a tight game 49 to 41. Katelyn Truax led McConnellsburg with a double double of 17 points and 11 rebounds. Matty Ross added 11 points. Southern Huntingdon was led by Cantrell with 17 points, Buckley added 13 points, and Wilson had 12 points and 10 rebounds. Rebounds – MHS 24 SH 23. Turnovers MHS 11 SH 5. JV – MHS 29 SHC 42 (MHS – Bryonna Ross 9 points). McConnellsburg will host Shalom Christian Academy tomorrow evening.

Score by Quarters

MHS 8-11-8-14 – 41

SHC 8-14-9-18 – 49

Boy’s Results

Fannett Metal 75 Tussey Mt. 72

Willow Hill, Pa. – Fannett-Metal (4-9, 2-6) hosted Tussey Mountain on Monday evening and pulled off a big 75-72 upset victory over the Titans.  The Tigers led 52-44 in a high scoring first half that saw both teams shoot the ball very well.  The Titans tied it up 60-60 after three quarters to set up the dramatic 4th quarter finish.  With the teams deadlocked at 72 with nine seconds to go, Hunter Hill drained the game winning three pointer to give the Tigers the win.  Tiger Coach Paul Coffman stated, “The team really needed a big win like this to give them confidence that they could do it.  So many different guys came up with big plays tonight to make this win possible.”  

The Tigers put three players in double figures tonight led by Colton Friese with 27 points and 8 rebounds.  Wyatt Appleby and Hunter Hill added 18 points a piece.  Hill also had 5 assists and 4 steals.  Luke Coffman chipped in 6 points tonight to go along with 8 assists and 5 rebounds.  Ayden Warren played solid defense tonight adding 4 steals, none bigger than the one to give us the lead with under 20 seconds to go.  He also chipped in 6 points.  Darston Warren had 7 assists and 5 rebounds.  The Titans were led by Matt Leonard with 24 points and Dawson Rightenour with 20 points.  The Tigers host Big Springs on Wednesday for a 7:00 PM start.  

Southern Huntingdon 68 McConnellsburg 58

Orbisonia, Pa. – McConnellsburg (3-10) dropped a league match to Southern Huntingdon 68 to 58. Zander Sipes led the Spartans with 22 points, 3 steals and 2 blocks. Kyle Romig added 8 points and 2 steals, while Dayten Gress chipped in 8 points and 5 rebounds. JV – MHS 44 SH 41. (MHS – Dayten Gress 20 points and 14 rebounds – Landon Ramsey 12 points) the Spartans return to action tomorrow night when they will host Shalom Christian Academy in an evening of basketball starting at 4:30.

Northern Bedford 84 Forbes Road 35

Loysburg, Pa. – Northern Bedford routed Forbes Road (0-12, 0-7) in a conference matchup 84 to 35. The Panthers put 4 players in double figures. (Diehl, 15 points, Smith 12 points, Foor 11 points, Leidy 11 points). Jonas Shaneman led the Cardinals with 5 points. Cardinal Coach Tyler Gelvin commented, “It was complete and total domination by NBC.  They went up and down the floor all night scoring at will and we had no answer for them.” JV – NBC 46 – FR 42 2(OT) (FR – Dylan Taylor 12 points and Porter McMath 10 points). Forbes Road will travel to Southern Fulton on Friday at 6:00.