High School Sports
Southern Fulton 62, Hancock 15
Southern Fulton held Hancock to eight points during the first three periods of Monday evening’s game, while their offensive effort was strong from the field for a 62-15 victory. Lacey Beatty tallied 12 points, while Chelsie Eader netted 11 points and pulled down six rebounds. BAiley Elbin contributed eight points during the win, while teammate Macey Hollenshead finished with seven points, six steals and six assists.
FCCCS 53, Paw Paw 19
During their first nonleague outing against Paw Paw, W.Va., the Fulton County Community Christian School Chargers’ strong defense rallied for the 53-19 win. Janae Gordon led the Christian school with a whopping 22 points and seven rebounds, and Andrea Leedy chipped in 12 points, nine steals and six assists.
Northern Bedford 52, McConnellsburg 12
After getting off to an extremely slow start and only producing two points in the first half Monday, Mc- Connellsburg ended the Sideling Hill League game in a dismal 40-point loss to the Northern Bedford Panthers. Valerie Green had half of the Lady Spartans’ points with six.
Chestnut Ridge 50, Forbes Road 38
Forbes Road’s two-point lead dwindled into a 12-point loss Monday evening when Chestnut Ridge walked away with the 50-38 Sideling Hill League win. Kaili Hockensmith posted 10 points to lead the Cardinals, and Stephanie Worthing rounded out the game with eight points.
Southern Fulton 55, Fannett-Metal 43
Two members of the Southern Fulton Lady Indians reached double digits Thursday evening to lead their squad onto a 55-43 Sideling Hill League victory over Fannett-Metal. Chelsie Eader netted 13 points and added five rebounds, while Lacey Beatty had 10 points and seven assists. Kayla Chilcote totalled nine points and two blocked shots, and Courtney Strait added eight points.
Forbes Road 36, McConnellsburg 30
Forbes Road outscored McConnellsburg by 11 points on Thursday and narrowly clinched the Sideling Hill League match-up by the final score of 36-30. Jess Gearhart racked up 10 points for the Cardinals, who also got seven points from Steph Worthing. Meanwhile, Becca Hahn tallied 19 points for the Spartans. Valerie Green added seven points, while Libby Strayer had 10 rebounds and two steals.
Northern Bedford 44, Southern Fulton 38
The Southern Fulton Lady Indians picked up their second loss of the season last Tuesday when Northern Bedford picked up a sixpoint Sideling Hill League victory. Hot from the threepoint zone, Lacey Beatty dumped in 19 points. Morgan Mills was the next highest scorer for the Indians with six points and 12 rebounds.
Forbes Road 53 Belleville Mennonite 18
Forbes Road easily led the scoring effort during three periods last Tuesday night and cruised to a 53-18 ousting of Belleville Mennonite. Kaili Hockensmith recorded 17 points, seven assists and two blocked shots, and teammate Kylynne Fraker chipped in 12 points. Sammie Clippinger rounded out the non-league match with eight points.
Southern Fulton 61, Fannett-Metal 20
The Southern Fulton Indians’ defensive effort shut down Fannett-Metal Friday night to clinch a 41-point Sideling Hill League victory. Ryan Harper tallied 15 points and five steals for Southern Fulton, and teammate Seth Hall added 13 points and five steals. Damon Gordon also reached double digits with 12 points and six assists.
Forbes Road 67, McConnellsburg 51
Chris Everts tallied a career high 27 points Friday night to lead the Forbes Road Cardinals to a 67-51 Sideling Hill League win over the McConnellsburg Spartans. Tanner Henry followed closely with 26 points, 12 rebounds and five blocks. Jarod Henry was the next highest scorer with five points, three steals and eight assists.
Fairfield 58, McConnellsburg 39
Tony White led the Mc- Connellsburg Spartans last Wednesday evening during a 58-39 non-league loss to Fairfield. White dumped in 10 points, grabbed six rebounds and made five steals. Billy Fleming added nine points, and Evan Appleby contributed seven.
Belleville Mennonite 37, Forbes Road 36
Forbes Road only managed to score three points in the final period of last Tuesday’s non-league match and fell to Belleville Mennonite by a mere one point. Jordan Sowers led the scoring effort with 10 points, and Chris Everts added seven points. Tanner Henry wrapped up the match with six points, four blocked shots and seven rebounds.