2012-12-26 / Sports

Girls Basketball

Northern Bedford 37

McConnellsburg 25

McConnellsburg shot a mere 18 percent from the floor last Tuesday as part of its 37-25 Sideling Hill League loss to Northern Bedford. The Lady Spartan offensive effort was led by Jessi Keefer and Nikki Fleming, who both finished out the night with nine points each. Keefer also dished out two assists, and Fleming grabbed 11 rebounds.

Southern Fulton 54

Tussey Mountain 39

The Southern Fulton Indian defense kicked it up a notch following the halftime break last Tuesday to shut down the Tussey Mountain Titans’ scoring. Winning the match 54-39, the Lady Indians got 22 points, 11 assists and three steals from Macey Hollenshead. Kayla Chilcote chimed in with 13 points and five rebounds, and Taelor Morton added 10 points, five assists and three steals.

Forbes Road 50

Southern Huntingdon 39

Forbes Road came out strong in the fourth quarter to connect for 12 of the game’s last 13 points scored and finished out the night with a 50-39 win over Southern Huntingdon. Sammie Clippinger tallied 13 points to lead the Lady Cardinals, and Braylin Hohman chipped in 12 points, seven rebounds and two blocked shots. Shayla Carmack added nine points.

McConnellsburg 36

Southern Huntingdon 26

McConnellsburg’s defense shut down the Southern Huntingdon Rockets offense and held them scoreless last Thursday. Winning the match by 10 points, the Lady Spartans received 15 points from Sam Roberts. Nikki Fleming had eight points, 11 rebounds, two assists and four steals.

Southern Fulton 65

Everett 45

Southern Fulton’s winning streak continued last Thursday when the Indians held off the Everett Warriors for a 20-point Sideling Hill League win. Taelor Morton led her Indian teammates with 14 points, and Macey Hollenshead contributed 11 points, 15 assists, seven steals and six rebounds. Kayla Wertz and Ashley Roman both added 10 points.

Northern Bedford 61

Forbes Road 30

Northern Bedford easily prevailed last Thursday evening, downing the Forbes Road Lady Cardinals by a whopping 31 points. The Cardinals were led by teammates Shayla Carmack and Braylin Hohman, who had 12 and 10 points, respectively. Carmack also had one blocked shot and two assists.

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