Forbes Road 64, Everett 58
After committing an abundance of turnovers in the opening half Monday night’s game, the Forbes Road Cardinals came back to down the Everett Warriors 64-58 in Sideling Hill League action. Tanner Henry recorded 26 points, 15 rebounds and six blocked shots, and Chris Everts added 23 points and 11 rebounds. Brett Burger was the next highest scorer with six points, five steals and four assists.
Southern Fulton 67,
For the third consecutive game, Ryan Harper led the Southern Fulton’s offensive effort during the Indians decisive 30-point trouncing of the Hyndman Hornets. Harper tallied 16 points and 12 rebounds Monday night, while Seth Hall racked up 15 points, eight assists and four steals. J.C. Munson followed with 11 points, and Damon Gordon had nine.
Southern Fulton 53,
Southern Fulton showed a strong offensive effort following the half-time break Friday night to cinch the non-league match against Shanksville 53-41. Ryan Harper again reached double digits with 18 points and two blocked shots, while Seth Hall netted 10 points, dished out nine assists and made seven steals. Nathan Keebaugh posted six points and five rebounds.
Chestnut Ridge 51,
Forbes Road 42
Chris Everts netted 16 points Friday night to lead the Forbes Road Cardinals during a nine-point loss to Chestnut Ridge. Meanwhile, teammate Tanner Henry posted 13 points, 22 rebounds and seven blocked shots.
Northern Bedford 65,
McConnellsburg got off to a slow start Friday night and was never able to make up the difference during a 65-51 loss to Northern Bedford. Billy Fleming nailed 18 points during the Sideling Hill League game and also added six rebounds. Evan Appleby recorded 16 points, and Tyler Branche finished with six rebounds and six assists.
Chestnut Ridge 63,
McConnellsburg only shot 29 percent from the floor Monday evening, resulting in a 63-35 loss to Chestnut Ridge. Evan Appleby led with 13 points during the Sideling Hill League match, and Billy Fleming chipped in five points.
Southern Fulton 50,
Northern Bedford 32
Southern Fulton exploded for a nine-point lead in the opening quarter last Tuesday and cruised to a 50- 32 win over the Northern Bedford Panthers. Ryan Harper led the Indians with 15 points and six rebounds. Nathan Keebaugh also reached double digits with 10 points, while Damon Gordon tallied nine.
Everett 66 McConnellsburg 37
Everett held the McConnellsburg offense to 14 points or less in each quarter last Tuesday and easily downed the Spartans 66-37. Billy Fleming netted 12 points, blocked three shots and grabbed five rebounds, while teammate Tony White had 11 points, four assists and three steals. Even Appleby was the next highest scorer with 10 points.