2008-12-18 / Sports

Girls Basketball

Tussey Mountain 45,

McConnellsburg 16

The Tussey Mountain Titans easily dispatched the Mc- Connellsburg Lady Spartans last Thursday, clinching the Sideling Hill League match 45-16. J.J. DeShong totalled five points for McConnellsburg. Courtney Mc- Clure led the defensive effort with 11 rebounds, and Casey Pollock added nine.

Hyndman 34, Forbes Road 33

A last-minute hail mary failed to fall in last Thursday causing the Forbes Road Lady Cardinals to drop the Sideling Hill League match by only one point to the Hyndman Hornets. During the 34-33 loss, Kaili Hockensmith tallied 10 points, and Patience Whitman followed with eight. Ky Fraker hit double digits in the rebound department with 14.

Southern Fulton 50,

Shanksville 36

Southern Fulton trailed at the halftime break Friday but blew Shanksville away in the third quarter with a whopping 22 points. Brooke Whiteside netted 15 points, grabbed seven rebounds, made five steals and handed out three assists in the Indians' 50-36 win. Natasha Bard, Chelsey Hollenshead and Keena Elbin all had eight points.

Southern Fulton 57,

Northern Bedford 52

Southern Fulton Indian Chelsey Hollenshead posted some impressive numbers Monday night, leading her teammates on to a 57-52 win in overtime against the Northern Bedford Panthers. Hollenshead tallied 15 points, nine rebounds, six assists and five steals, while Lacey Beatty contributed 12 points. Brooke Whiteside and Natasha Bard both added eight points.

Belleville Mennonite 36,

Forbes Road 26

Forbes Road's one-point lead going into halftime quickly disappeared when Belleville Mennonite's scoring came alive in the second quarter for a 36-26 nonleague win. Cardinals Patience Whitman and Kaili Hockensmith both had 10 points, and Ky Fraker had six points and 10 rebounds.

FCCCS 22,

Calvary Christian Academy 20

Josie Spade had her best game of the season for the Fulton County Community Christian School Chargers, who were victorious in the first round against the hosts of the Calvary Christian Academy Invitational Tournament. Spade totalled 13 points.

Dubois 44, FCCCS 13

Jenae Gordon was selected as a member of the Calvary Christian Academy Invitational Tournament team over the weekend as a representative of the Fulton County Community Christian School Chargers. In the final round for the Chargers, FCCCS fell to Dubois Christian Academy by the disappointing score of 44-13.

McConnellsburg 50,

Greencastle 47

The McConnellsburg Lady Spartans saw a strong offensive effort from Courtney McClure, who led her teammates onto a close 50-47 victory over Greencastle. McClure finished last Tuesday's non-league game with 20 points and two blocked shots. Rachel Porterfield followed with 11 points and four steals, while Michelle Baker added 10 points, four steals and six assists. Casey Pollock led the defense, grabbing 10 boards.

Forbes Road 48, Hancock 23

Forbes Road picked up its first win over the season with an easy 48-23 victory of Hancock, Md., last Wednesday in nonleague action. Ky Fraker led her Lady Cardinal teammates with 17 points and 15 rebounds. Kaili Hockensmith tallied 11 points, and Chelsey Souders finished with six points and 11 rebounds.

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