2012-05-17 / Sports

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Baseball

Southern Fulton 5

Tussey Mountain 2

Southern Fulton opened up last Thursday’s doubleheader with a 5-2 win over Tussey Mountain. Teammates Seth Hall and Connor Litton both connected for doubles during the Sideling Hill League match. Hall picked up his fifth win of the spring season with five strikeouts, three walks, five hits and two earned runs.

Southern Fulton 10

Tussey Mountain 5

Southern Fulton swept a twinbill against Tussey Mountain last Thursday, clinching the second Sideling Hill League match 10-5. Zane Baker batted three-forfour with two RBIs and a double. Connor Litton went four-for-eight during the day, which included a double in game two. Jordan Clingerman took his fifth win after having recorded eight strikeouts, five walks, one hit and two earned runs.

Forbes Road 14

Hyndman 0

Forbes Road picked up a win in the opening match last Thursday to easily down Hope For Hyndman 14-0. Pitcher Tristan Gelvin grabbed his third win of the season after having recorded seven strikeouts, two walks and four hits. Gelvin also had a double at the plate. Teammate Brett Burger connected for a triple and a homerun, and Dylan Black and Kyle Schoen had a double and triple, respectively.

Forbes Road 9

Hyndman 1

Pitcher Dylan Black struck out six batters on his way to a win for the Forbes Road Cardinals, who swept Hope for Hyndman during the second game of last Thursdayís doubleheader. Black also tallied one walk, five hits and one earned run. Brett Burger finished out the doubleheader with a double and batted four-for-six for the day. Hunter Horton added a double as well, and Kyle Schoen rounded out the day going four-for-five.

Everett 6

McConnellsburg 4

McConnellsburg fell to Everett last Thursday during the opening game of a twinbill against the Everett Warriors. Losing 6-4, pitcher Evan Appleby recorded the loss after more than six innings on the mound. Appleby posted two strikeouts, six walks, seven hits and five earned runs.

Everett 10

McConnellsburg 1

Everett swept last Thursday’s doubleheader against McConnellsburg to rack up a 10-1 Sideling Hill League victory in game two. Pitcher Levi Crouse took the loss with six walks, three hits and four earned runs in slightly more than two innings on the mound.

Everett 4

Forbes Road 0

Everett shut out the Forbes Road Cardinals last Wednesday evening, winning the Sideling Hill League match by the final score of 4- 0. In having their five-game winning streak broken, the Cardinals were led by pitcher Casey Wade, who struck out six batters, walked five and gave up five hits and three earned runs. Hunter Horton had Forbes Road’s only extra-base hit, a double.

Softball

McConnellsburg 6

Tussey Mountain 4

Gabby Danner had a big game at the plate and as pitcher for the McConnellsburg Lady Spartans, who slipped by Tussey Mountain 6-4 on Saturday. Danner connected for a grand slam as well as a double. She also lasted seven innings, putting up two strikeouts, four walks, six hits and two earned runs. Teammate Courtney DeShong closed out the Sideling Hill League match with a triple.

Hyndman 20

Forbes Road 7

The Forbes Road Cardinals had too many errors and not enough hits during their 20-7 loss to Hope for Hyndman last Thursday. Pitcher Braylin Hohman finished out seven innings for the Lady Cardinals, recording one strikeout, eight walks, 16 hits and 13 earned runs. Hohman added a double at the plate, and teammates Corri Parsons and Emily Horton each chipped in for a double as well.

Hyndman 1

Forbes Road 0

Hyndman downed Forbes Road by a mere run last Thursday, thereby sweeping the Lady Cardinals during a doubleheader. Corri Parsons finished out the twinbill going four-for- six with a double and an RBI. Pitcher Haley Lashinksy recorded the loss with five strikeouts, four walks, two hits and one earned run.

Everett 5

McConnellsburg 3

McConnellsburg’s tworun lead dwindled away last Thursday to allow the Everett Warriors to pick up the 5-3 Sideling Hill League win. Lady Spartan Sarrah Pollock tallied two triples at the plate. Pitcher Gabby Danner was handed the loss with three strikeouts, six walks, six hits and five earned runs.

Everett 15

McConnellsburg 14

Everett eked out a win over the McConnellsburg Lady Spartans last Thursday, winning the Sideling Hill League match by the narrow score of 15-14. Losing pitcher Alexus Mellott struck out three batters, walked 13 and gave up 10 hits and six earned runs. Sarrah Pollock and Courtney DeShong each closed out the game with a double.

Tussey Mountain 8

Southern Fulton 4

Southern Fulton’s fourgame winning streak came to a halt last Thursday when the Tussey Mountain Titans grabbed an 8-4 Sideling Hill League win. The Titans scored five runs in the fifth inning against Lady Indian Marley Elbin, who finished out the game with five strikeouts, one walk, 10 hits and eight earned runs. Teammates Maddie Mellott and Kelsey White both had doubles.

Tussey Mountain 7

Southern Fulton 2

Tussey Mountain swept last Thursday’s doubleheader winning game two against Southern Fulton 7-2. Teammates Maddie Mellott, Taelor Morton and Marley Elbin each had a pair of base hits. Meanwhile, pitcher Kelsey White tallied two strikeouts, one walk, nine hits and seven earned runs.

Everett 14

Forbes Road 3

Everett scored nine times in the first two innings last Wednesday and cruised to a 14-3 win over the Forbes Road Lady Cardinals. Corri Parsons batted two-forthree with a double and two RBIs for the Cardinals, while Haley Lashinsky connected for a double. Lashinsky also pitched for four innings and ended the Sideling Hill League game with one strikeout, six walks, eight hits and eight earned runs.

Boys Track

Southern Fulton 85,

Fannett-Metal 50

Southern Fulton 111,

McConnellsburg 39

McConnellsburg 79,

Fannett-Metal 69

Both McConnellsburg and Southern Fulton competed against Fannett-Metal during an Inter County Conference meet last Thursday. Southern Fulton prevailed against both of their opponents with Chase Horton picking up a pair of wins in the 100 and 200 meter. Briar Kirk was also victorious grabbing a first-place finish in the 1600 meter, and teammate Jacob Ashkettle took the long jump. Josh Voight racked up a first-place win in the 3200 meter, and Steven Meyer and Dylan Cross took respective wins in the javelin and pole vault. Southern Fulton’s 3200 relay team also took a first-place win.

Meanwhile, Corey Hill and Ryan Stoeckle each picked up a pair of wins for McConnellsburg. Hill was victorious in the 110 hurdles and 300 hurdles, while Stoeckle continued to rack up victories in the shot put and discus.

Girls Track

McConnellsburg 81,

Southern Fulton 64

McConnellsburg 86,

Fannett-Metal 63

Southern Fulton 59,

Fannett-Metal 48

McConnellsburg and Southern Fulton went head to head last Thursday and competed against Fannett- Metal during an Inter County Conference meet. Mc- Connellsburg came out on top during both of its meets, with teammates Merissa Grey and Jessica Nero picking up a pair of wins each. Grey was victorious in the 100 hurdles and the 300 hurdles, while Nero took the javelin and pole vault. Nikki Fleming and Sam Roberts won their respective events, the high jump and shot put.

Jenna Hollenshead was the big winner for Southern Fulton during the meet, winning the 1600 meter, 800 meter, 3200 meter and running a leg for the winning 400 relay team of Courtney Strait, Emma Williams and Hannah Williams. Macey Hollenshead racked up a firstplace win in the triple jump, and the 3200 relay team of Macy Youngblood, Kylie Covalt, Molly Lake and Melanie Deneen also took home top honors.

Baseball Standings

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