Basketball

Basketball Roundup 1/21/20 Fulton/ FM

Boy’s Results

Southern Fulton 42 Everett 32

Warfordsburg, Pa. – Southern Fulton defeated Everett Tuesday evening in a home ICC matchup. The Indians (8-5, 6-2 ICC) hit a 3 at the end of the first half to take a 3 point lead and never trailed the rest of tight ball game. Southern Fulton was led by Gabe Stotler with 11 points, and 4 steals. Konner Pittman added 8 points, 3 rebounds, and 2 steals. Dylan Melton had 7 points and 4 rebounds. Josh Stocker 6 points, 4 rebounds. Justin Morris had 6 rebounds, 10 assists, 2 steals, and 1 block. Everett was led by Isaac Mearkle with 10 points. Coach Jeremy Hann commented, “It was a tough game. Everett always plays hard and you have to be ready for it. Justin Morris was fantastic tonight. He didn’t score a point, but controlled the game with defense and passing. Selfless play like that is contagious and we caught it. It made all the difference in the second half.” Rebounds – Everett 16 SF 24, Turnovers – Everett 17 SF 14. JV – SF 41 EHS 16. (SF – Kasey Fitz 15 points). The Indians will host Forbes Road on a Friday at 6:00.

Shalom Christian Academy 42 McConnellsburg 39

McConnellsburg, Pa. – The Shalom Flames visited McConnellsburg (3-11) and picked up a 42 to 39 victory. Walker Funk led the Spartans with 17 points and 7 rebounds. Wyatt Hersey added 9 points. JV – MHS 50- SCA 43. (MHS – Xavier Buterbaugh 17 points, 4 steals and 3 assists) McConnellsburg will host Fannett Metal on Friday at 7:00.

Girl’s Results

McConnellsburg 44 Shalom Christian Academy 17

McConnellsburg, Pa. – McConnellsburg (4-8) hosted Shalom Christian Academy and picked up a non league win 44 to 17. Matty Ross led all scorers with 20 points. Katelyn Truax added a double double with 11 points and 10 rebounds. Rebounds – MHS 34 SCA 15. Turnovers – MHS 5 SCA 16. No JV Game. The Spartans will travel to Fannett Metal on Thursday for a 6:00 start.

Score by Quarters

MHS. SCA

1st 11 5

2nd. 15 5

3rd. 13 2

4th. 5 5

Northern Bedford 36 Forbes Road 30

Waterfall, Pa. – Forbes Road (3-9, 1-7 ICC) dropped an ICC matchup 36 to 30 to Northern Bedford (3-10, 2-7 ICC). Hannah Skiles led the Cardinals with 11 points. Quincy McMath added 8. NBC had 3 players in double figures; Madison Johnson 13 points, Allie Snider 10 points, and MacKayla Hall 10 points. Forbes Road Coach Jamie Gelvin said, “The second night of a back to back hurt us, you could tell we didn’t have our legs tonight. On top of that we shot the ball exceptionally bad, but still had a chance to win late. We trailed by as many as 13 in the 3rd quarter, but battled back and had it down to 2 with the ball under a minute to go in the game. Hannah drove to the basket, but couldn’t get her shot to fall and we had to foul. The girls played hard. We just couldn’t get over the hump tonight.” JV NBC 42 FR 9 (FR – Morgan Deshong and Kayla Baker 4 points each). The Cardinals return to action on Thursday, when they will host Southern Fulton at 6:00.

Score by Quarters

NBC: 4   11   12   10 = 37

FR:     7   5     8   10 = 30

Tussey Mt. 43 Fannett Metal 41

Saxton, Pa. – Fannett-Metal traveled to Tussey Mt. and fell by a score of 43-41.  After a dreadful first quarter, the Tigers founds some traction and made a game of it.  The Tigers were trailing by 10 to start the 4th quarter, but late in the game had the margin down to 3 on several occasions.  The Titans scored all 9 of their 4th quarter points from the foul line going 9-11 in the quarter.  The Tigers were led in scoring by Hartman 16, Ritchey 8, Hill 6, Hoffmann 4, Hammond 3, and McClure 3.  The Titans were led in scoring by Weimert 11 and Molosky 10. JV – TM 50 FM 35 (FM – Walter 13 points). Fannett Metal will host McConnellsburg on Thursday at 6:00.