2012-10-24 / Sports

High School Sports

Boys Soccer

FCCCS 6

Calvary Christian 4

Skyler Gordon and Ryan McCray both tallied three goals last Thursday during the Fulton County Community Christian School’s 6-4 non-league win over Calvary Christian. McCray added an assist as well during the victory.

Fannett-Metal 8

Southern Fulton 3

Southern Fulton jumped out to score the first goal last Thursday, but it would be Fannett-Metal who prevailed for the 8- 3 Sideling Hill League win. Morgan Strait led her Indian teammates with two goals, and Taylor Bohrer had a goal and an assist. Dristen Mellott and Mason Bard both had assists as well. Goalkeepers Tim Mottern and Richie Trumpower split 12 saves.

Southern Fulton 6

Johnstown Christian 2

Southern Fulton managed five goals in the second period last Friday to down Johnstown Christian 6-2. Teammates Taylor Bohrer and Josh Hill both had two goals for the Indians, who received one goal each from Mason Bard and Morgan Strait. Hill and Bard also had assists. Shad Gordon tallied 14 saves in goal.

McConnellsburg 3

Forbes Road 1

McConnellsburg picked up its fifth win in the last six games last Wednesday with a 3-1 victory over Forbes Road. Jesse Swope had two goals, and Beau Wilson had the Spartans’ remaining goal during the Sideling Hill League game. James Kendall scored for Forbes Road on an assist by J.J. Martz. Spartan goalie Nick Daniels closed out the day with five saves in comparison to Cardinal goalkeeper Mack Hawkins, who had 13 saves.

Chestnut Ridge 7

Southern Fulton 3

After getting off to a slow start last Monday, Chestnut Ridge easily pulled away for a 7-3 Sideling Hill League win over Southern Fulton. Mason Bard continued showing a strong offensive effort with two goals and one assist, and Josh Hill scored the Indians’ remaining goal. Hannah Potter and Morgan Strait each added an assist. Goalkeeper Tim Mottern recorded 12 saves.

James Buchanan 5

McConnellsburg 1

Jesse Swope gave the Mc- Connellsburg Spartans their only goal last Monday during a 5- 1 loss to James Buchanan. Nick Daniels and Alex Keaton combined for 15 saves in goal in the nonleague match.

Cross Country

Southern Fulton had a big day at the at the Inter-County Conference cross-country championships last Wednesday in Alexandria. In boys action, the Indians took top honors, finishing West Branch, Bellwood-Antis, Mount Union and Juniata Valley. Tyler Richards finished in second place with an overall time of 16:44,, while Josh Voight grabbed a fourth-place win with a time of 16:46. Mason Bard rounded out the day in eighth-place, finishing the meet in 18:04.

Macey Hollenshead was named conference MVP, and the girls squad secured a second place finish to fall behind Juniata Valley. She place second overall for the Lady Indians with a time of 20:14, while teammate Melanie Deneen’s time of 21:42 earned her a fourth-place finish. Gabby Voight was sixth with her time of 21:50.

Field Hockey

Forbes Road 4

Huntingdon 0

Forbes Road picked up its eighth-straight win last Monday with a 4-0 Keystone League victory over the Huntingdon Bearcats. Lara Crom-er recorded two goals and an assist for the victorious Lady Cardinals, who also got one goal each from Brittany Truax and Sammie Clippinger. Truax also had two assists, and teammate Corri Parsons handed out three assists.

Forbes Road 13

Belleville Mennonite 0

For the second time this Fall, Forbes Road crushed Belleville Mennonite, winning the Keystone League match 13-0. Sammie Clippinger posted four goals and three assists for the Lady Cardinals. Teammate Corri Parsons followed with three goals and two assists, and Kiersten Cline added two goals and an assist. Brittany Truax had two goals and two assists, and Lara Cromer chipped in both a goal and an assist. Morghan Taylor also had a goal. Tiffany Thomas and Braylin Hohman finished with two and one assists, respectively.

Girls Soccer

West Branch 1,

McConnellsburg 0

McConnellsburg battled it out Saturday against West Branch for the Inter County Conference title. West Branch managed a goal 93 minutes into the championship match for a 1-0 victory. Spartan goalkeeper Sam Roberts racked up 14 saves during the game.

McConnellsburg 2

Chestnut Ridge 0

McConnellsburg clinched its second consecutive Sideling Hill League title last Thursday with a 2-0 victory over Chestnut Ridge. The Spartans outshot Ridge and also led the game in corner kicks, while Alexis Mellott scored both goals on assists from teammate Sarra Kendall. Goalie Sam Roberts finished out the day with five saves.

McConnellsburg 12

Meyersdale 0

McConnellsburg poured on the offense last Monday, ousting Meyersdale with 12 unanswered goals. Sam Roberts had three goals, and Alexis Mellott added two goals and an assist during the non-league win. Teammate Jordin Smith also had two goals, and Abby Peck, Nikki Fleming, Sarra Ken- dall, Kylie Zittle and Hannah Ott each contributed one. Those handing out assists were Fleming (2), Peck, Haiden Maddon, Sydney Kerlin and Zittle.

Volleyball

McConnellsburg 3

Hyndman 0

McConnellsburg avenged a loss from earlier in the season, winning last Thursday’s non-league match against Hope for Hyndman in three straight sets. Jess Keefer rallied for 13 kills and six blocks to lead the Lady Spartans. Teammate Gabby Danner had seven assists and 16 digs, while Heaven Daniels added eight kills. Brandi Welsh and Kylie Keefer had 15 digs and four aces, respectively.

Tussey Mountain 3

Southern Fulton 0

Southern Fulton’s season record dropped to 2-13 last Thursday when Tussey Mountain won three consecutive matches, each by the score of 25-19. Emily Barton recorded nine kills, four blocks, nine service points and four aces. Melanie Deneen added 11 digs and five service points, and Erika Mellott had eight blocks. Abby Hawkins closed out the Sideling Hill League match with 12 assists.

FCCCS 3

Highland View 2

Jenae Gordon led the Fulton County Community Christian School last Thursday during a 3-2 victory over Highland View. Gordon finished with 17 kills, 12 digs and 12 service points, while teammate Hannah Beddow contributed 22 assists and 13 service points. Rachel Weibley tallied 23 service points and six digs, and Bethany Myers had six points and five kills.

Meyersdale 3

Southern Fulton 0

Shaye Smartt tallied five kills to lead the Southern Fulton Lady Indians last Monday during a 3-0 loss to Meyersdale. Emily Barton had two blocks and six service points, and Abby Hawkins contributed 12 assists. Erika Mellott tallied five service points and three aces, while Melanie Deneen added six digs.

Emmanuel Christian 3

FCCCS 0

Jenae Gordon recorded 10 kills, nine digs and eight service points for the Fulton County Community Christian School Chargers, who lost in three-straight sets recently to Emmanuel Christian. Teammate Sarah Gingerich followed with nine digs and eight service points, and Hannah Beddow dished out 23 assists. Rachel Weibly rounded out the match with 12 service points.

Everett 3

McConnellsburg 0

Kylie Keefer led the Mc- Connellsburg Lady Spartans last Tuesday during a disappointing 3- 0 loss to the Everett Warriors. Keefer tallied five kills, two blocks and five digs, while teammate Jess Keefer added four goals. Gabby Danner finished with 10 assists and four digs.

Senior Center Lunch Menu

Fulton County Senior Center for the week is as follows:

Monday, October 29: Chicken parm, spaghetti, broccoli, white bread, mixed fruit.

Tuesday, October 30: ham, au gratin potato, cauliflower, wheat bread, pudding.

Wednesday, October31: crab cakes, parslied potatoes, mixed veggies, rye bread, fruit.

To reserve a dinner sign up at the center or call before 1 p.m. on the day before: Mc- Connellsburg - 485-5613; Hustontown - 987-3770; Warfordsburg - 294-6020.

Soccer Standings

Boys A
Northern Bedford 14 2
Conemaugh 11 2
North Star 12 4
Windber 12 4
McConnellsburg 11 4
Fannett-Metal 10 4
Rockwood 10 5
Hyndman 10 6
Chestnut Ridge 7 8
Johnstown 3 9
Berlin 4 13
Forbes Road 2 13
Southern Fulton 2 10
Everett 1 12
Salisbury 0 15
AA
Bedford 17 1
Somerset 10 4
Girls A
Conemaugh 14 2
Berlin 14 3
North Star 13 4
McConnellsburg 11 5
Chestnut Ridge 10 5
Tussey 11 6
Rockwood 7 7
Meyersdale 4 10
Everett 4 10
Johnstown 4 11
Northern Bedford 4 13
Windber 2 15
As of October 19

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