2010-12-16 / Sports


Forbes Road 50,

Belleville Mennonite 17

Forbes Road kicked off its season Monday evening with a decisive 33-point ousting of Belleville Mennonite. Jessica Gearhart rallied for 16 points to lead the Lady Cardinals, who also got 13 points from Kaili Hockensmith. Shayla Carmack was the next highest scorer with nine points.

FCCCS 48, Carlisle

Christian 40

Three members of the Fulton County Community Christian School hit double digits Monday night to lead their teammates to a 48-40 win over Carlisle Christian. Josie Spade netted 19 points and added nine rebounds, while Jenae Gordon followed with 11 points, eight assists and six steals. Andrea Leedy chipped in 10 points, six steals and eight assists.

Everett 53,

McConnellsburg 41

Valerie Green reached double figures for the Mc- Connellsburg Lady Spartans on Monday during a 53-41 Sideling Hill League loss to the Everett Warriors. Green finished the match with 13 points, and Rikki Green and Libby Strayer both contributed seven.

Southern Fulton 49,

Northern Bedford 45

Southern Fulton opened up its regular season play Monday night with an important, but narrow, fourpoint victory over Northern Bedford. Chelsie Eader racked up 16 points, seven rebounds, three assists and seven steals for the Lady Indians. Teammate Macey Hollenshead tallied 11 points, and Lacey Beatty also hit double digits with 10 points.

McConnellsburg 40,

Mt. Union 24

McConnellsburg swept Mount Union 40-24 and picked up its very first win of the season on Saturday during the opening round of the Belleville Mennonite Tournament. Valerie Green led the Lady Spartans with 13 points, and Nikki Fleming followed closely in double digits with 10. Becca Hahn rounded out the match with six points.

McConnellsburg 34,

Belleville Mennonite 14

McConnellsburg easily handled tourney host Belleville Mennonite on Saturday, clinching the second game 34-14. Nikki Fleming and Valerie Green finished with 10 and seven points, respectively, while Nikki Mc- Quade and Libby Strayer added five and six points, respectively.

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