High School Sports
Chestnut Ridge 3
Forbes Road 0
Forbes Road dropped its third consecutive game Monday evening with a 3-0 Sideling Hill League loss at the hands of Chestnut Ridge. Goalie Tanner Henry wrapped up the game with six saves.
Hyndman 5 So. Fulton 1
The goal ratio in the opening half of Monday evening’s match was 4 to 1 in favor of the Hyndman Hornets, who cruised to a 5-1 win over the Southern Fulton Indians. Chase Horton scored the lone goal for the Indians. Goalie Josh Voight totalled 11 saves in goal.
McConnellsburg scored two goals following the halftime break to slip by the Everett Warriors 3-1. Tristin Deneen, Bo Wilson and Zach Williams all connected for goals for the Spartans, who received an assist from Jesse Swope. Dillan Hollinshead picked up the win with eight saves.
Berlin 3 McConnellsburg 2
McConnellsburg scored a goal following the halftime break, forcing Friday’s nonleague match into overtime, which ended in a 3-2 victory for Berlin. Tristin Deneen and Jesse Swope had goals for the Spartans, while Hunter Miller added an assist. Dillan Hollinshead racked up 13 saves in goal.
Forbes Road 0
Fannett-Metal scored two goals before the halftime break and added an additional goal afterwards to defeat the Forbes Road Cardinals by the final score of 3-0. Goalkeeper Tanner Henry made six saves for the Cardinals during the Sideling Hill League loss.
McConnellsburg pumped in a goal during both periods last Thursday to slip past the Everett Warriors by the final score of 2-1. Nikki Fleming and Nicki McQuade both had goals, while goalkeeper Sarrah Pollock finished with 11 saves.
Chestnut Ridge 26, Southern Fulton 32
Southern Fulton 15,
Southern Fulton Indians divided a pair of races last Thursday during an Inter County Conference meet held with Chestnut Ridge and Hancock, Md. Josh Voight led his Indian teammates with a fourth-place finish and a recorded time of 19:16 on the 3.1 mile course. J.C. Munson finished in fifth with a time of 19:17, and Briar Kirk wrapped up sixth place with a finishing time of 19:19. Eighth place went to Zane Baker, who finished in 20:05, and Jacob Ashkettle placed 10th with an overall time of 20:28.
Southern Fulton 55
Jenna Hollenshead led the Southern Fulton Indians during last Thursday’s Inter County Conference with Hancock posting a firstplace win. Hollensheadís finishing time of 22:01 gained her top honors, while Lacey Beatty’s time of 22:54 earned her a second-place finish. Third-place was awarded to Amy Bard (23:15), and Macey Hollenshead and Taelor Morton followed closely in fourth and fifthplace respectively after recording times of 23:21 and 25:08. Mariah Hill’s time of 25:11 earned her a seventhplace ranking, and Raiza Barton rounded out the day in ninth (31:41).
Forbes Road 5
Mercersburg Academy 4
Sammie Clippinger knocked in a goal with only four seconds remaining on the time clock to push the Forbes Road Lady Cardinals ahead of Mercersburg Academy by the score of 5-4. Kaili Hockensmith added two goals during the non-league match, and teammates Kelsey Lilley and Megan Keller each added one. Goalie Jess Gearhart picked up the victory with five saves.
Forbes Road 5
Southern Huntingdon 1
Forbes Road jumped out to an early lead last Tuesday racking up four goals in the opening half against Southern Huntingdon and cruised to a 5-1 Keystone League win. Sammie Clippinger and Kaili Hockensmith both had two goals, and teammate Megan Keller finished out the day with one. Those having assists during the match were Kelsey Lilley (2), Hockensmith (2), Keller and Lara Cromer. Goalies Jess Gearhart and Leah Summers shared the victory with each blocking three shots.
Northern Bedford 0
Northern Bedford was held to 16 and fewer points last Thursday with Mc- Connellsburg prevailing for the 3-0 Sideling Hill League win. Rikki Green totalled 10 kills, while Valerie Green added 16 assists and 10 digs. Teammates Emily Watkins chipped in seven kills and four aces, and Becca Hahn finished out the day with five aces.
Everett 3 Southern Fulton 0
Southern Fulton dropped three straight games against the Everett Warriors last Thursday, bringing its season record to a dismal 0-4. Whitney Ritz led the Indians with 11 kills and eight blocks, and Abby Hawkins tallied 10 assists. Masey Brown had 11 digs and nine service points, and Ashley Sigel rounded out the Sideling Hill League game with seven service points and two aces.