2009-10-15 / Sports


Boys Soccer

Fannett-Metal 1, Forbes Road 1

Forbes Road scored first Monday evening with Fannett-Metal retaliating with a goal after the halftime break. The Sideling Hill League match ended following overtime in a 1-1 tie, with Cardinal Dillen Burger having the only goal on an assist from Trent Black. Goalkeeper Tanner Henry had 14 saves for Forbes Road.

Bishop Walsh 5,

Southern Fulton 0

The Southern Fulton Indians only managed three shots on goal Monday evening, while victorious Bishop Walsh peppered the Indians defense and connected for five goals from 28 shots. Goalkeepers Tyler Trail and Courtney Strait totalled eight and six saves, respectively, for the Indians.

McConnellsburg 9,

Southern Fulton 1

McConnellsburg racked up five goals during the opening half and followed with four after the break for a decisive 9-1 win over Southern Fulton. Spartans Cody Christie, Jesse Swope and Drew Wink each had two goals, and teammates Colby Sowers, Cole Johnston and Larry Wilson had one goal apiece. For the Indians, Matt Garland provided the lone goal. Southern Fulton goalie Tyler Trail tallied three goals, and Spartan goalkeeper Dillan Hollinshead finished with two saves.

Forbes Road 13, Everett 0

For the second time during the 2009 fall season, Forbes Road dominated the Everett Warriors. During a Sideling Hill League match last Thursday, Trent Black led the Cardinals’ scoring during the 13-0 victory with five goals and one assist. Dillen Berger followed with three goals and two assists, and Donovan Bricker posted three goals and four assists. Josh Buzzard and Dakota DeShong each added a goal. Teammates Nathan Karczewski and Dustin Sheffield each managed an assist, while goalkeeper Tanner Henry preserved the shutout with two saves.

McConnellsburg 1,

Chestnut Ridge 1

McConnellsburg and Chestnut Ridge went into double overtime and ended last Wednesday’s match settling in a 1-1 Sideling Hill League tie. Jesse Swope scored the Spartans’ only goal with a penalty kick. Dillan Hollinshead recorded four saves in goal.

Northern Bedford 9,

Southern Fulton 0

Northern Bedford jumped out to an eight-goal lead last Wednesday and cruised on to a 9-0 ousting of the Southern Fulton Indians. The Indians season record remains at 1-8-1.

Jr. High Soccer

Windber 4, Southern Fulton 1

Dristen Mellott connected for Southern Fulton’s lone goal during a 4-1 loss last Monday at the hands of Windber. Goalkeepers Madion Mellott and Tim Mottern recorded eight saves for the Indians.

Southern Fulton 0,

McConnellsburg 0

A tough defensive effort by both Southern Fulton and Mc- Connellsburg resulted in a 0-0 tie last Friday for the Sideling Hill League teams. Tim Mottern rallied in goal to make 12 saves for the Indians.

Girls Soccer

Tussey Mountain 1,

McConnellsburg 0

McConnellsburg’s offense was hot Monday night, racking up 17 shots against Tussey Mountain, who ironically won the Sideling Hill League game by the low, narrow score of 1-0. Sam McQuade, goalie, made five saves for the Lady Spartans.

McConnellsburg 2, Meyersdale 2

Goalkeeper Sam McQuade held off Meyersdale’s offensive attack last Thursday, making five timely saves for the McConnellsburg Spartans. During the 2-2 non-league tie, Libby Strayer connected for both of the goals for the Lady Spartans.

McConnellsburg 0,

Tussey Mountain 0

Tussey Mountain and Mc- Connellsburg battled last Tuesday night but neither Sideling Hill League team was able to connect for a goal, thereby resulting in a 0-0 tie. Sam McQuade racked up 12 saves in goal for the Lady Spartans.

Boys Cross-Country

SF Takes Eighth In Juniata

College Eagle Invitational

Southern Fulton garnered an eighth-place finish Saturday during the Juniata College Eagle Invitational held at Fort Roberdeau in Blair County. J.C. Munson finished in 25th place out of 101 participants with an overall time of 19:25.4. Zane Baker and Briar Kirk, respectively, finished in 36th and 37th place, while Luke Wright was 59th with a time of 21:15. Brian Stanley, Zach Swope, Tim Ray, Tim Rohm and Jacob Ashkettle participated in the cross-country event as well with placements ranging from 67th to 80th.
Southern Fulton 19,
Bellwood-Antis 39
Southern Fulton 19,
Mount Union 38
Bellwood-Antis 27,
Mount Union 28

Southern Fulton picked up a pair of wins Tuesday at home, defeating both Bellwood-Antis and Mount Union. J.C. Munson garnered a second-place finish with a time of 18:38 for the Indians, who also got a third-place win from Zane Baker (19:53). Tim Rohm was fifth with an overall time of 20:35.

Girls Cross-Country

SF Participates In Invitational

Jenna Hollenshead took 19th place for the Southern Fulton Lady Indians, who participated in the Juniata College Eagle Invitational held Saturday at Fort Roberdeau located in Blair County. Hollenshead finished with a time of 23:32.8, while Lacey Beatty was 32nd with a time of 24:49.2. Mariah Hill clinched a 43rd placement, and Taelor Morton was 57th. Hill’s and Morton’s overall times were recorded at 25:40.9 and 27:07.5.
Bellwood-Antis 15,
Southern Fulton 50
Mount Union 15,
Southern Fulton 50
Bellwood-Antis 20,
Mount Union 41

Jenna Hollenshead was the top finisher for the Southern Fulton Indians last Tuesday garnering a fourth-place finish against Bellwood-Antis and Mount Union. Hollenshead recorded an overall time of 22:07, and Lacey Beatty followed in fifth with a time of 23:35.

Field Hockey

Forbes Road 5,

Mercersburg Academy 3

Even though the Lady Cardinals only had six opportunities to fire shots against Mercersburg Academy Friday, Forbes Road connected on five for a 5-3 nonleague victory. Erin McQuait, Kaili Hockensmith, Sammi Clippinger, Emily Karczewski and Megan Keller all had a goal, while Keller, McQuait and Hockensmith each added an assist.

Shippensburg 5, Forbes Road 0

Shippensburg scored five unanswered goals last Wednesday against the Forbes Road Cardinals, who saw their season record drop to 6-7. Leah Summers, goalkeeper, blocked eight shots in goal for the Cardinals.


James Buchanan 3,

McConnellsburg 1

The McConnellsburg Lady Spartans were only able to pick up a win during set three of Monday evening’s non-league match, which ended with a 3-1 loss to James Buchanan. A’Leese Dickerson finished with 16 kills, one block, eight digs and five aces. Emily Watkins had six kills and 10 digs, while Valerie Green tallied 17 digs. Lisa DeShong followed with 20 assists and15 digs, and Courtney DeShong totalled seven digs and six aces.

Southern Fulton 3, Hancock 0

Jenna Ritz dished out 10 assists for the Southern Fulton Indians, who downed Hancock, Md., 3-0 Monday night. During the non-league match, Ritz was assisted by Rachel Norris with seven digs and six kills from Alexis Knisely. Brooke Cross finished with 11 service points and three aces.

McConnellsburg 3, Hyndman 2

McConnellsburg and Hyndman battled throughout five sets last Thursday before the Lady Spartans prevailed 3-2 for the Sideling Hill League victory. A’Leese Dickerson posted some impressive figures for Mc- Connellsburg with 29 kills, 12 digs, 12 aces and seven blocks. Emily Watkins added five aces and 11 digs, while Ricki Green totalled six kills. Valerie Green managed 22 digs, and Jess Nero followed with 21.

Northern Bedford 3,

Southern Fulton 1

Southern Fulton capitalized in the opening set but trailed in the following three for a 3-1 loss at the hands of the Northern Bedford Panthers last Thursday. Alexis Knisely contributed three kills, 10 services points and two aces for the Lady Indians during the Sideling Hill League match. Rachel Norris dug 16 balls, and Jenna Ritz poured in 10 service points.

McConnellsburg 3,

Fannett-Metal 0

McConnellsburg grabbed the opening set of last Tuesday’s game and went on to a 3-0 victory over Fannett-Metal with help from A’Leese Dickerson, who totalled 14 kills, 12 digs and six aces. Teammate Lisa DeShong added 23 assists and five digs, while Valerie Green had 16 digs. Emily Watkins wrapped up the Sideling Hill League match with six kills, seven digs and five aces.

Chestnut Ridge 3,

Southern Fulton 0

Holding top rankings in the Sideling Hill League, Chestnut Ridge rolled on to a 3-0 victory over Southern Fulton last Tuesday. Rachel Norris led with 11 digs for the Indians, and Jenna Ritz totalled six assists, one block and three service points. Teammate Alexis Knisely followed with three kills.

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