2009-01-29 / Sports

Girls Basketball

Southern Fulton 46, Hancock 29

Southern Fulton picked up its 13th win of the season Monday night as well as the 200th career victory for Indians coach Mark Mellott. Downing Hancock, Md., 46-29, the Indians were led by Brooke Whiteside, who rallied for 13 points. Lacey Beatty had 11 points and three assists. Keena Elbin wrapped up the non-league win with eight points and seven rebounds.

Northern Bedford 41,

McConnellsburg 32

The McConnellsburg Spartans shot a mere 20 percent from the floor Monday night, falling to the Northern Bedford Panthers 41-32. Michelle Baker and Rachel Porterfield both netted nine points, and Baker also added seven steals and three assists. Courtney McClure tallied six points and six rebounds.

Chestnut Ridge 49,

Forbes Road 30

The Forbes Road Lady Cardinals only scored three points in the third quarter of Monday evening's league match and fell to Chestnut Ridge by 19 points. Kaili Hockensmith led the Cardinals with 10 points, and Stephanie Worthing and followed with seven.

Everett 44, McConnellsburg 19

The McConnellsburg Lady Spartans only shot 7-for-42 from the field last Tuesday, leading to a disappointing 44-19 league loss to the Everett Warriors. Casey Pollock and Courtney McClure both had four points, and Mc- Clure also added 10 rebounds.

Southern Fulton 41,

Northern Bedford 33

In spite of struggling from the floor, Southern Fulton managed to sink the majority of its foul shots last Tuesday, paving the way for a 41-33 win over Northern Bedford. Teammates Brooke Whiteside and Natasha Bard both had 11 points, and Bard also contributed three assists, six steals and six rebounds. Lacey Beatty added eight points, and Chelsey Hollenshead wrapped up the match with six points and six rebounds.

So. Fulton 41, Forbes Road 27

Southern Fulton's winning season continued last Thursday when three Lady Indians hit double digits to down the Forbes Road Cardinals 41-27. Keena Elbin had 12 points to lead the evening's scoring, and Brooke Whiteside netted 11 points and added four assists. Natasha Bard finished the league match with 10 points and five steals. Kylie Fraker hit double figures for the Cardinals after netting 10 points. Kaili Hockensmith contributed eight as the next highest scorer.

Fannett-Metal 49,

McConnellsburg 36

Successful three-point shots late in last Thursday evening's match allowed Fannett-Metal to pull away for a 49-36 victory over the McConnellsburg Spartans. Michelle Baker led her Spartan teammates with 11 points, three steals and nine rebounds, and Casey Pollock added 10 points. Courtney McClure and J.J. DeShong both finished with six points. Carlisle Christian Academy 43,

Fulton County Community

Christian 34

Fulton County Community Christian only tallied three points in the second quarter of Friday's game and ended up falling to Carlisle Christian Academy 43- 34. Josie Spade and Andrea Leedy both reached double digits with 13 and 10 points, respectively. Spade also had eight rebounds and four steals, and Leedy added four assists.

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