McConnellsburg 67 Tussey Mt. 56
McConnellsburg, Pa. – McConnellsburg (6-14, 5-9 ICC) picked up a big win by upsetting the Class AA second seeded Tussey Mt. Titians (13-3) 67 to 56 in a conference matchup. Zander Sipes led the Spartans with 18 points and 4 steals while Walker Funk added 16 points and 7 rebounds. Garrett Bunch contributed 10 assists and 8 rebounds, Gerald Weller 4 points and 4 rebounds , Kyle Romig 10 points, 7 rebounds, 2 steals and 2 assists, and Austin Johnson had 12 points and 8 rebounds. McConnellsburg Coach Josh Lowery commented, “Tonight we played a great game against a very good Tussey team. We were locked in all 32 minutes and it looked good both offensively and defensively. I can’t say enough how proud I am of this team, through all the ups and downs they’ve continued to fight for me.” JV – MHS 36 TM 24 (MHS – Landon Ramsey 12 points). The Spartans finish the regular season on Thursday when they travel to CVCS.
Southern Huntingdon 69 Southern Fulton 63
Warfordsburg, Pa. – Southern Huntingdon defeated Southern Fulton in a conference matchup on Tuesday evening 69 to 63. The Indians (14-7, 9-4 ICC) trailed 39 to 31 at the end of the 3rd period and then scored 32 points in the final period, but it still wasn’t enough as the Rockets hit 14 of 16 foul shots to hold on for the win. SF was led by Justin Morris with 26 points, 7 rebounds, and 3 assists. Dylan Melton had 15 points, 6 rebounds, and 3 assists. Konner Pittman had 10 points, 4 rebounds, 3 assists, and 2 steals. Josh Stocker added 9 points, and 2 assists. Southern Huntingdon was led by E. Taylor with 19 points and 7 rebounds, 4 assists, and 2 steals. Rebounding – SHC 24 SF 24 Turnovers – SHC 15 SF 10. JV – Southern Fulton 42 Southern Huntingdon 22. (SF – Luke Fitz – 11 points). Southern Fulton will finish their regular season on Thursday when they host cross border rival Hancock.
SHC 10-12-17-30 = 69
SF 9-14-8-32 = 63
Northern Bedford 74 Fannett Metal 54
Loysburg, Pa. – Fannett Metal travelled to Northern Bedford on Tuesday evening for an ICC matchup with the Panthers. The Tigers trailed 12-10 at the end of the first quarter but quickly ran into foul trouble in the second quarter. The Panthers extended their lead to 28-19 at the half. Fannett Metal would score the first two baskets in the 3rd quarter but the Panthers exploded for 32 points in the 3rd quarter to lead 60-30 at the end of three. The Tigers played a solid fourth quarter but the damage was already done as the Black Panthers went on to win by a score of 76-54. Fannett Metal Coach Paul Coffman commented, “This had the potential to be a good game but foul trouble and lack of depth really impacted us tonight. In the 3rd quarter they hammered us in transition and on the boards.”
For the Tigers, Hunter Hill had 14 points and 5 rebounds, Wyatt Appleby had 11 points and 5 rebounds, Luke Coffman had 7 points, 5 assists and a pair of steals. Colton Friese, Ayden Warren and Darston Warren added 6 points each. Darston added 7 rebounds while Ayden had 8 assists and a pair of steals. Grant Burdge chipped in 4 points. The Tigers will host Rockwood on Thursday at 6:00 in their final regular season game.
Everett 57 Forbes Road 43
Waterfall, Pa. – Forbes Road (2-20-14 ICC) hosted Everett in their final game of the season and fell to the Warriors 57 to 43. Caleb Hershey led the Cardinals with 15 points, Wyatt McGowan added 9 points, Jonas Shaneman chipped in 8 points and Holden Lupey added 7 points. Cardinal Coach Tyler Gelvin said, “Caleb Hershey’s hot shooting from Monday night carried over into the first half of this game as we took a 29-27 lead into the half. We came out with some fire tonight even though the boys knew it was the final game of this season. Hershey’s shooting really opened things up for us and McGowan and Lupey took advantage inside. The second half we turned the ball over and Everett took advantage of our mistakes converting with easy looks and in the end that was the difference in the game. We finished (2-20) on the year, but the boys battled hard all year long and I couldn’t be more proud of them. Being such a small school our number of players vary a lot from year to year and graduating 6 seniors is never easy, but we have a good group of underclassmen who are looking to jump in and make a splash. We need to have strong offseason workouts and continue to push ourselves to get better.”
Everett 50 Southern Fulton 39
Everett, Pa. – Southern Southern (13-8, 9-4 ICC) traveled to Everett (17-1, 14-0 ICC) and fell to the Warriors 50 to 39. Lindsey Hollenshead led the Indians with 20 points, 10 rebounds, 3 assists, and 5 blocks. Hailey Mellott added 9 points and 5 rebounds. JV – SF 35 EHS 22 (SF – Rebekah Ashkettle 12 points). Southern Fulton will finish the regular season when they travel to Southern Huntingdon on Friday at 6:00
Lindsey Hollenshead 7 (1) 3-5 20, Jalyn Hann 1 0-0 2 Hailey Mellott 2 (1) 2-2 9, Abby Fischer 1 0-0 2, Kenadee Morton 2 0 -0 4, Rachel 0 0-0 0, Ava Kipe 0 0-0 0, Becky Ashkettle 1 0-2 2, Emma Wilson 0 0-0 0
Totals – 14 (2) 5-9 39
Nave 3 1-2 7, Ewing 1 0-0 2, Bulger 0 (1) 0-0 3, Maxwell 11 6-6 28, Treece 1 (1) 0-0 5, Mills 1 (1) 0-0 5,
Totals- 17 (3) 7-8 50