Forbes Road 38 Shalom Christian Academy 26
Waterfall, Pa. – Forbes Road (5-13) hosted Shalom Christian Academy and picked up back to back wins for the first time this season with a 38 to 26 non conference win. Quincy McMath led the Cardinals with 10 points and 10 rebounds. Hannah Skiles added 10 points, Harlie Strait 7 points, and Madison Hays pulled down 10 rebounds. Jamie Gelvin Cardinals Coach commented, “Good competitive game tonight. Shalom battled hard and played us pretty even up other than the second quarter. Every time we thought we were going to stretch the lead they held on. They showed a lot of heart. Madison and Quincy did a great job on the boards tonight or it would have been a different game.” No JV game. Forbes Road will travel to Southern Huntingdon on Tuesday for a 6:00 start.
Score by Quarters
SC 6 4 7 9 = 26
FR 6 13 10 9 = 38
Shanksville 32 Southern Fulton 24
Warfordsburg, Pa. – Southern Fulton (10-6, 7-2 ICC) hosted, the top seeded Class A team, Shanksville (15-2) and fell to the Vikings 32 to 24. Rachel Bradshaw led Southern Fulton with 7 points. Lindsey Hollenshead pulled down 12 rebounds. The Vikings were led by J. Snyder and Platt who both scored 11 points. Indian Coach Joe Hollenshead commented, “Our girls played with tremendous effort tonight, but we couldn’t get our shots to fall.” No JV Game. Southern Fulton will host Tussey Mt. on Tuesday at 6:00.
Lindsey Hollenshead 1 0-0 2, Jalyn Hann 1 1-2 3, Hailey Mellott 3 0-0 6, Abby Fischer 0 (1) 1-2 4, Kenadee Morton 1 0-0 2, Rachel 2 (1) 0-0 7, Ava Kipe 0 0-0 0, Becky Ashkettle 0 0-0 0 Emma Wilson 0 0-0 0.
Totals – 8 (2) 2-4 24
Platt 2 (2) 1-1 11, J Snyder 3 (1) 2-2 11, R Snyder 1 2-2 4, Salsgiver 1 (1) 1-2 6, Zeigler 0 0-0 0
Totals— 7 (4) 6-7 32
Tussey Mt. 56 Southern Fulton 53
Saxton, Pa. – Southern Fulton was defeated by Tussey Mountain 56 to 53 Friday evening in conference matchup. The Indians (12-6, 9-3 ICC) had a one point lead at the half and a tied game at the end of the third. The game went back and forth in the final period with Dylan Melton hitting two 3 pointers to keep the game close. But the Titans hit 14 of 17 foul shots in the fourth to close out the game and end Southern Fulton’s 7 game winning streak. Coach Jeremy Hann commented “We played an overall good game. We didn’t rebound the way we had been and that is a credit to Leonard and Morningstar. But we felt like we had control on several occasions. Dylan hit a couple shots down the stretch and we had the momentum. That momentum was continuously stalled with them hitting their foul shots. They did a great job knocking so many of them down while we were just looking to shoot one or two if we could”.
Southern Fulton was led by Gabe Stotler with 12 points, 3 rebounds, and 2 steals. Konner Pittman had 12 points. Justin Morris had 8 points, 3 rebounds, 11 assists, and 3 blocks. Dylan Melton added 8 points, 3 assists, and 2 steals. Tussey Mountain was led by Matt Leonard with 17 points and 5 rebounds. JV – SF 32 TM 20 (SF – Kasey Fitz 10 points) Southern Fulton will travel to Fannett Metal on Friday.
Northern Bedford 77 McConnellsburg 68
Loysburg, Pa. – McConnellsburg (4-14, 3-8 ICC) traveled to Northern Bedford and fell to the Black Panthers 77 to 68 in a conference matchup. Zander Sipes poured in 36 points for the Spartans. Walker Funk added 14 points and 9 rebounds. Kyle Romig chipped in 9 points and pulled down 9 rebounds. Austin Johnson had 6 points and 14 rebounds. Spartan Coach Josh Lowery commented, “It was a crazy ICC shoot out we took control early with a huge first quarter 25-5, NBC did a great job clawing back into the game and only allowing us to go into half time with a 14 point lead, the second half we traded buckets, NBC came up big from the foul line. ” JV – MHS 49 NBC 30. McConnellsburg will host Forbes Road on Friday at 6:00.
Everett 75 Fannett Metal 48
Everett, Pa. – Fannett-Metal travelled to Everett on Monday evening and dropped a 75-46 decision. The Warriors jumped out to a 22-4 lead after the first quarter and extended the lead to 39-13 at the half. The Tigers played a much more competitive second half, but the damage had already been done. Tiger Coach Paul Coffman said, “We need to come out at the tip with more of a sense of urgency.”
The Warriors were led by Kolby Weaver with 17 points and Brandon Mills with 16 points. For the Tigers, Wyatt Appleby had 12 points and Hunter Hill had 10 points and 9 rebounds. Other scorers for the Tigers were Ayden Warren 8 points and 5 rebounds, Tanner Seibert 7 points, Colton Friese 5 points and 4 assists, and Luke Coffman with 4 points. The Tigers will host Southern Fulton on Friday evening at 7:00.