Basketball

Girl’s Basketball Roundup 2/4/20 Fulton/ FM,

Tussey Mt. 43 Southern Fulton 32

Warfordsburg, Pa. – Southern Fulton (10-7, 7-3 ICC) hosted Tussey Mt. (15-4, 11-1 ICC) and fell to the Titans in an Inter County Conference matchup 43 to 32. Jalyn Hann and Lindsey Hollenshead led the Indians with 9 points each. JV – SF 45 TM 23 (SF – Rebekah Ashkettle 16 points) Southern Fulton will host Fannett Metal on Thursday at 6:00.

Southern Fulton

Lindsey Hollenshead 2 5-6 9,Jalyn Hann 2 (1) 2-4 9, Hailey Mellott 1 (1) 1-1 6, Abby Fischer 1 2-2 4, Kenadee Morton 0 0-0 0, Rachel 1 0-1 2,Ava Kipe 1 0-0 2, Becky Ashkettle 0 0-0 0.

Totals – 8 (2) 10-14 32

Tussey Mountain

Weimert 3 (2) 2-2 14,  Brumbaugh 5 2-2 12, Leonard 1 0-0 2, Clark 0 0-0 0, Lucko 1 0-0 2, Molosky 1 (2) 5-6 13, Park 0 0-0 0

Totals- 11 (4) 9-10 43

Southern Huntingdon 58 Forbes Road 15

Orbisonia, Pa. – Forbes Road (4-14, 1-11) traveled to Southern Huntingdon and ran into a buss saw as the Rockets downed the Cardinals 58 to 15. Jenny Cantrell led the Rockets with 16 points. Madison Hays led the Cardinals with 7 points. Forbes Road Coach Jamie Gelvin commented, “Tough to win when you commit twice as many fouls as your opponent and only get to the line one third as many times.  On the bright side Sarah Schepis did a great job tonight off the bench keeping the Southern girls off the boards.” JV – SHC 41 FR 13 (FR – Sarah Schepis 6 points) Forbes Road will host McConnellsburg on Thursday at 6:00.

McConnellsburg 40 Northern Bedford 33

McConnellsburg, Pa. – McConnellsburg (5-11, 2-10 ICC) picked up a conference victory over Northern Bedford (3-14, 2-10 ICC) with a 40 to 33 win. Katelyn Truax led the Spartans with a double double of 12 points and 12 rebounds. Snider Led the Panthers with 12 points. Rebounds – MHS 42 NBC 31. Turnovers – MHS 27 NBC 16. Spartan Coach Dot Doyle commented, “We played a good first half. I am still waiting on the game where we play four strong quarters. NBC played a strong fourth quarter. They made us pay for our mistakes on defense. They were 10 for 14 from the foul line in the second half.” JV – NBC 25 MHS 18 (MHS – Nevaeh Earley 6 points). McConnellsburg will travel to Forbes Road on Thursday for a 6:00 start.

Everett 70 Fannett Metal 51

Willow Hill, Pa. – Fannett-Metal hosted Everett in a battle of ICC opponents.  Everett won the contest by a score of 70-51.  After giving up 49 points in the first half, the Tigers only allowed 21 points in the second half while scoring 27 of their own.  The Tigers had 3 players reach double digits Hartman 15, McClure 14, and Hill 10.  Everett had 4 players reach double digits Maxwell 20, Nave 15, Bulger 15, and Treece 12. JV – EHS 53 FM 37 (FM – Hill 10 Points). Fannett Metal travels to Southern Fulton on Thursday at 6:00.