2009-01-22 / Sports

Boys Basketball

Northern Bedford 51,

Southern Fulton 44

Southern Fulton narrowed the score but it was too late for the Indians, who fell to the Northern Bedford Panthers by the ending score of 51-44 Monday night. Josh Wertz posted 13 points to lead his teammates, and Zach Leasure and Josh Hall were the next highest scorers with eight and seven points, respectively.

Everett 68, McConnellsburg 42

Everett commanded a 22- point lead Monday evening and held on to easily down the Mc- Connellsburg Spartans 68-42. Dwayne McNear tallied a careerhigh nine points for the Spartans, who also received five points each from Devin Petty- John and Ryan Defibaugh. Defibaugh also had nine rebounds.

FCCCS 47,

Calvary Christian JVs 28

Two Chargers hit double digits for the Fulton County Community Christian School in a decisive 47-28 victory over Calvary Christian Monday evening. Seth Gordon had 18 points, and teammate T.J. Leedy contributed 14 points and 11 rebounds. Meanwhile, Kenny Lininger had seven points.

Forbes Road 70,

Shalom Christian 42

After a slow start, the Forbes Road Cardinal offense ignited Monday night to oust the Shalom Christian Flames 70-42. Jesse Newman again led his Cardinal teammates during the nonleague game with 20 points. Trent Black had 15 points and 10 rebounds. Tanner Henry and Brandon Mellott both netted nine points.

Southern Fulton 44,

McConnellsburg 22

Southern Fulton forced Mc- Connellsburg to turn the ball over a total of 19 times Friday evening, paving the way for a 22- point victory. Andrew Merica tallied 15 points for the Indians, and Luke Mellott hit double digits as well with 11. Ryan Defibaugh was the lead scorer for the Spartans with nine points and 16 rebounds.

Fannett-Metal 77, Forbes Road 49

With three minutes remaining in the second quarter, Fannett Metal began pulling away and amid shouting fans and plenty of technicals secured a 77-49 Sideling Hill victory over the Forbes Road Cardinals. Jesse Newman netted 13 points for the Cardinals, who also got nine points from Andrew King. Trent Black had seven points to round out the game.

FCCCS 71,

Adams County Christian 64

Seth Gordon netted 36 points to set a school record for Fulton County Community Christian School, which defeated Adams County Christian by the final score of 71-64 last Friday. Gordon also had four assists and seven rebounds, while Kenny Lininger added in 15 points and three blocked shots. Caleb Myers finished with nine points.

Southern Fulton 44,

Hancock 31

Luke Mellott had a careerperformance last Wednesday evening leading the Southern Fulton Indians onto a 44-31 victory over Hancock. Mellott had 21 points along with five rebounds and two steals, while teammates Josh Hall was the next highest scorer with five.

FCCCS 64,

Bedford County CIA 13

Fulton County Christian School poured in a game-high 26 points in the opening period of last Tuesday's game and cruised onto a 64-13 trouncing of Bedford County CIA. Caleb Myers tallied 17 points and 11 rebounds, and TJ Leedy followed closely with 16 points and six steals. Seth Gordon had 14 points, and Skyler Gordon hit double digits with 10 points and six steals.

Forbes Road 65, Hyndman 30

Forbes Road defeated the Hyndman Hornets for the second time this season, taking Tuesday evening's league match by the final score of 65-30. Jesse Newman posted 20 points for the Cardinals, and Dylan Gelvin and Aaron Carbaugh both contributed nine. Trent Black finished with seven points, eight rebounds, four assists and six steals.

Everett 46, Southern Fulton 40

Everett picked up its second victory of the season against Southern Fulton last Tuesday, winning the Sideling Hill League match by only six points. Luke Mellott was the lone Indian to reach double digits with 10 points and nine rebounds. Josh Hall had eight points, and Jesse Smartt, Andrew Merica and Josh Wertz all tallied six.

Tussey Mountain 57,

McConnellsburg 36

The McConnellsburg Spartans were outplayed offensively last Tuesday after only scoring six points in the opening half of the match-up against the victorious Tussey Mountain Titans. Drew Wink had eight points to lead the Spartans. Devin Petty- John and Ryan Defibaugh each netted seven points, and Defibaugh also added 11 rebounds.

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