High School Sports
Fulton County Community Christian School Lady Chargers defeated Bedford - CIA 54-11. The Chargers were led by Jenae Gordon with 27 points, 10 steals, nine rebounds and six assists. Morgan Daniels added 17 points and four assists.
Fulton County Community Christian School girls were defeated by the Hancock Panthers 65- 38. Morgan Daniels led the Chargers with 21 points, and Jenae Gordon added 15 points.
Southern Fulton 59
Chestnut Ridge 14
For the second time this season, Southern Fulton ran away for a win over Chestnut Ridge. Last Wednesday evening, the Lady Indians rallied for a 59-14 Sideling Hill League victory, with Macey Hollenshead tallying 11 points, 12 rebounds, 11 assists, seven steals and one blocked shots. In addition to Hollenshead’s triple-double, Kayla Chilcote led the scoring effort with 14 points. Ashley Roman finished with a double- double from 10 points and rebounds.
Southern Fulton 56
Southern Fulton used the middle periods of last Thursday night’s game to outscore the McConnellsburg Spartans as part of a 56-37 Sideling Hill League victory. Macey Hollenshead led the Indians scoring with 16 points, seven assists and eight steals. Kayla Chilcote and Taelor Morton followed with 14 and 13 points, respectively. The Spartans received 18 points from Jessi Keefer as well as two blocked shots. Teammate Sam Roberts added five assists and three steals.
Forbes Road 38
Forbes Road jumped out to a nine-point lead in the first period, but that lead would eventually dwindle away with the game ending in a 45- 38 Sideling Hill League loss to Fannett-Metal. Sam Clippinger had a big night for the Lady Cardinals offensively with 16 points. Teammate Braylin Hohman chipped in seven points, three blocked shots and 11 rebounds.
Southern Fulton 78
Taelor Morton paced Southern Fulton’s scoring effort Saturday evening, leading the Indians to a 78-40 non-league win over Shanksville. Morton netted a careerhigh 26 points and added seven rebounds, five assists and six steals. Macey Hollenshead and Ashley Roman both added 15 points, and Roman also had 11 rebounds. Hollenshead closed out the game with 11 assists as well.
Hyndman was held to only one point in the second quarter last Tuesday by the McConnellsburg Spartans, who used the opportunity to pull ahead for a 64-31 nonleague win. Jessi Keefer led her Spartan teammates with 16 points, 10 rebounds and two blocked shots. On the heels of Keefer’s double-double was Kylie Zittle with 12 points and Libby Strayer with 10 points.
Fulton County Community Christian boys defeated Bedford - CIA48-38. Skyler Gordon led FCCCS with 29 points, eight rebounds, six steals and three assists. Caleb Gingerich added 20 points, 16 rebounds and six steals.
The Hancock Panthers defeated Fulton County Community Christian School 69-44. Skyler Gordon led with 26 points and seven rebounds.
Northern Bedford 50
Southern Fulton 47
Southern Fulton lost in another close match last Wednesday falling to Northern Bedford by three points. Alex Seburn led the Indians’ offensive effort with 13 points, while Jordan Clingerman and Nick Smartt added 12 and 11 points, respectively. Clingerman also chipped in seven rebounds during the Sideling Hill League match.
Forbes Road 57
Fannett-Metal and Forbes Road battled throughout four quarters Friday night as well as in double overtime, with the Tigers prevailing by four points. Juniors Kyle Schoen and Macklin Hawkins led the Cardinals during the close Sideling Hill League matchup. Schoen finished with 14 points, and Hawkins tallied 13 points and 10 boards for a double- double. Brock Broadwater was the nexthighest scorer with nine points.
Southern Fulton 60
Southern Fulton may have only shot 34 percent from the court, but it was certainly sufficient during a 60-34 ousting of the McConnellsburg Spartans. During Friday night’s Sideling Hill League match, Nick Smartt rallied for 21 points for the Indians. Teammates Alex Seburn and Jordan Clingerman both added 12 points, and Clingerman also posted six rebounds, three steals and two blocked shots. Tyler Green scored the majority of the Spartans’ points with 20 points, and teammate Jesse Swope was the next-highest scorer with five.