2018-10-11 / Sports

High School Sports

Girls Cross Country

Southern Fulton 27,
Bellwood 32

Individual results

1. Jenna Bartlett, BA, 22:05. 2. Elizabeth Flaherty, Southern Fulton, 25:09. 3. Ashley Yohn, BA, 26:05. 4. Abby Fischer, Southern Fulton, 26:36. 5. Joyce Zheng, BA, 26:41. 6. Cheyenne Risbon, Southern Fulton, 26:52. 7. Grace Dudich, Southern Fulton, 27:10. 8. Claire Dudich, Southern Fulton, 27:15. 9. Kennadee Morton, Southern Fulton, 28:41. 10. Jillian Hiller, Southern Fulton, 29:00. 11. Shayta Graham, BA, 31:07. 12. Olivia Caboruscio, BA, 31:15. 13. Ava Kipe, Southern Fulton, 31:19. 14. Jalyn Hann, Southern Fulton, 31:20. 15. Ivy Hixon, Southern Fulton, 31:58. 16. Anna Sloey, BA, 32:15. 17. Kyrsten Golden, Southern Fulton, 33:57. 18. Kyrene Wilkerson, Southern Fulton, 35:44. 19. Cynthia Baldwin, BA, 37:08 .

Southern Fulton 15

Williamsburg 50

Individual results

1. Elizabeth Flaherty, Southern Fulton, 25:44. 2. Kelsie Butler, Williamsburg, 26:04. 3. Abby Fischer, Southern Fulton, 26:28. 4. Galiane Vigny, Fannett-Metal, 26:36. 5. Claire Dudich, Southern Fulton, 26:50. 6. Jillian Hiller, Southern Fulton, 27:22. 7. Grace Dudich, Southern Fulton, 27:46. 8. Cheyenne Risbon, Southern Fulton, 27:57. 9. Aliyah Ross, Williamsburg, 28:21. 10. Kennadee Morton, Southern Fulton, 28:31. 11. Victoria Plowman, Foundation Christian, 29:11. 12. Elisabeth Will, Foundation Christian, 29:23. 13. Jalyn Hann, Southern Fulton, 31:32. 14. Ava Kipe, Southern Fulton, 34:12. 15. Ivy Hixon, Southern Fulton, 35:04. 16. Kyrsten Golden, Southern Fulton, 35:12. 17. Kyrene Wilkerson, Southern Fulton, 36:54. 18. Eileen Snowden, Foundation Christian, 45:00 .

Boys Cross Country

Southern Fulton 15,
Williamsburg 48

Individual results

1. James Burkheit, Southern Fulton, 20:18. 2. Nate Voight, Southern Fulton, 20:47. 3. Isaac Fitz, Southern Fulton, 20:54. 4. Josh Stocker, Southern Fulton, 21:02. 5. Jarrett Mellott, Southern Fulton, 22:31. 6. Joey Dudich, Southern Fulton, 22:34. 7. Chandler Edwards, Williamsburg, 23:06. 8. Heath Moore, Williamsburg, 24:44. 9. Evan Dickerson, McConnellsburg, 24:45. 10. Ethan Clark, Southern Fulton, 25:05. 11. Luke Fitz, Southern Fulton, 25:06. 12. Liam Grabowski, Southern Fulton, 25:21. 13. Jett Guier, Foundation Christian, 25:31. 14. Holden Stotler, Southern Fulton, 25:53. 15. Jake stocker, Southern Fulton, 26:25. 16. Nate Layton, Southern Fulton, 26:28. 17. Marcus Stake, Fannett-Metal, 26:29. 18. Noah Fagnano, Williamsburg, 26:44. 19. Lambert Palmer, Williamsburg, 26:45. 20. Drew Hilman, Williamsburg, 26:46. 21. Griffin Hammond, Fannett- metal, 28:02.

Southern Fulton 22,

Bellwood 33

Individual results

1. Kenny Robinson, BA, 19:06. 2. Nate Voight, Southern Fulton, 19:13. 3.

James Buchheit, Southern Fulton, 19:19. 4. Isaac Fitz, Southern Fulton, 20:22. 5. Josh Stocker, Southern Fulton, 20:24. 6. Nick Padula, BA, 20: 34. 7. Daniel Kustaborder, BA, 20:59. 8. Joe Dudich, Southern Fulton, 21:04. 9. Trevor Crusciel, BA, 21:14. 10. Caedon Poe, BA, 21:31. 11. Hunter Gregg, BA, 21:44. 12. Luke Fitz, Southern Fulton, 23:48. 13. Ethan Clark, Southern Fulton, 24:08. 14. Liam Grabowski, Southern Fulton, 24:18. 15. Holden Stotler, Southern Fulton, 24:23. 16. Mike Killinger, BA, 24:46. 17. John Sloey, BA, 24:49. 18. Nate Layton, Southern Fulton, 24:50. 19. Jacob Stocker, Southern Fulton, 25:14 .

Girl’s Soccer

Southern Fulton 4
McConnellsburg 3 OT

The Lady Indians of Southern Fulton recorded a comeback win by beating county rival, McConnellsburg, 6-5-1, 4-2-1, Monday afternoon at home, 4-3 in overtime. After falling behind 3-1, thanks to Spartan goals from Jensen Boehme, Libby Skiles, and Emma Ott and an Indian goal from Lydia Hiller, Southern Fulton scored three straight. race Mosemann had two and Kylie Golden had the game winner with just 1:30 left in the first overtime period. Izzy Keefer provided one assist for the Spartans, while Indian assists were provided by Kylie Golden (2) and Lauren Varner.

Clear Spring 6

Southern Fulton 1

The Lady Indians of Southern Fulton (11-3) were simply outmatched in their game Saturday, when they traveled to Clear Spring losing 6-1. Kylie Golden shot the ball past the Clear Spring keeper and Kayleigh Cirtwell put it over the line for the Lady Indians’ lone goal in the match.

Southern Fulton 2 Everett 0

It took 80 minutes and a complete team effort for the Lady Indians of Southern Fulton to defeat Everett last Tuesday evening. The final score was 2-0 with goals coming off of Sierra McKelvy’s foot on a direct kick and Grace Mosemann’s backside on a deflection. The shutout was preserved by keeper Bailey Burkett and the resolve of the ladies in front of her.

McConnellsburg 6

Tussey Mt. 0

The Lady Spartans soccer team won a rain shortened game last week defeating the Tussey Mountain 6- 0. With McConnellsburg leading 2-0 at halftime, the Spartans came out and scored four goals to start the second half before the game was suspended with 20 minutes left. The offense was paced by Sheridan Perry who score two goals, Jensen Boehme, Izzy Keefer, Kailey Swope, and Emma Ott each added a goal a piece. Jensen Boehme had two assists and Izzy Keefer also added an assist.

Boys Soccer

Fannett Metal 4
Forbes Road 2

Willow Hill, Pa. – Fannett Metal defeated league rival Forbes Road 4-2 last Monday. No other information was available. The Cardinals are scheduled for a makeup game on Thursday, October 11, at 4 p.m. against North Star.

Forbes Road 6

Northern Bedford 0

Forbes Road traveled to Northern Bedford for a makeup game from September 10 and downed the Black Panthers 6-0 in an inter county conference matchup. Kole Kendall started the scoring early and Caleb Voegel scored a pair of goals before halftime, with Kendall assisting on one. Leading 3-0 going into the second half, Voegel scored his third goal of the game early into the second half. Giuseppe Scavone scored his first goal of the year, assisted by Shane Coffman. Brendon Lupey finished the scoring to put the Cardinals up 6-0.

Southern Fulton 0

Berlin 0 DOT

Southern Fulton traveled to Berlin last week and the two battled to a double overtime tie. Keeper Coby Whiteside had eight saves for the Indians.

Forbes Road 9 JCS 0

Forbes Road scored early and often on the way to a 9-1 victory over Johnstown Christian School. Caleb Voegel got the scoring started and found the back of the net for a second goal before half. The Cardinals spread the scoring around as Brandon Mellott, Nate Wilt, Kole Kendall, Levi Truax, Nick Reyan, Shane Schepis and Holden Lupey all netted goals. Nolan Wilt was credited with four assists for the game.

Everett 2 Southern Fulton 0

Everett took a 2 to 0 lead at halftime and held on for an intercounty conference win over Southern Fulton last week, Colby Whiteside had 19 saves for the Indians.


Allegany 3 Southern Fulton 1

Southern Fulton hosted Allegany High School out of Maryland Monday and dropped a nonleague match 3-1. (SF 25-23, A 25-14, A 25- 16, A 25-20). Drew Gordon had nine kills, 10 service points, seven assists and two blocks. Marita Murray had five kills and two blocks, while Jessie Covalt added eight service points and two blocks. Lindsey Hollenshead had six digs and four kills and Maddie Unger contributed with seven digs.

Greencastle 3
McConnellsburg 0

The Lady Spartans fell to Greencastle in three sets 13- 25, 11-25, 11-25 Monday. Katelyn Truax led the team with seven kills, four aces and 11 service points. Lexi Lupey had five assists and seven service points. Aryanna Lupey contributed six digs and six service points.

Southern Fulton 3

Berkeley Springs 0

The Lady Indians of Southern Fulton (9-2) defeated Berkeley Springs in straight sets 3-0 25-19, 27-25, 25-20. Drew Gordon paced the Indians with 10 kills, two blocks, nine service points, two aces and six assists. Lindsey Hollenshead had eight kills, six digs, 13 service points, and three aces. Marita Murray added seven kills and a block, while Lexi Rhoades contributed nine service points and four digs. Maddie Unger added eight service points, five kills, and three digs. Cheyenne Miller had eight assists.

Southern Fulton 3

Hancock 1

Southern Fulton hosted Hancock a 3-1 defeat. The Indians were led by Drew Gordon with six kills, 15 service points, 2 blocks and 11 assists. Lindsey Hollenshead added 14 kills and 6 digs and Cheyenne Miller had 14 service points and 6 assists. Jessie Covalt contributed 7 kills and 8 service points.

McConnellsburg 3 Everett 0

McConnellsburg downed Everett in three games last week 25-12, 25-13, 25-20. Junior middle hitter Katelyn Truax had a strong offensive showing with 13 kills, 7 service aces and 2 blocks. Senior Aryanna Lupey also had seven service aces and 4 kills. Lexi Lupey dished out 13 assists.

Field Hockey

Forbes Road 4
Hempfield Area 0

The Forbes Road Cardinal field hockey team hosted Hempfield in a non-league match last Friday afternoon. The Cardinals took their attack to the circle early earning penalty corners and scoring opportunities very quickly. Mara Broadwater was able to land her first goal at around the five minute mark on an assist from Harlie Strait. Minutes later, Quincy McMath would capitalize on a centered pass also coming from Strait. The Cardinals pounded away on Hempfield’s goalie repeatedly for the remainder of the half with Broadwater fielding a loose ball off the pads and shoving it into the goal for the final goal of the half. The Cardinal attackers tallied 21 shots during the first half.

The Cardinals dominated the second half much like they did for the first 30 minutes of play, but were only able to find the cage one more time. The final goal came on a perfectly executed penalty corner set into motion by corner inserter, Hailey Dodson. Dodson inserted the ball to the awaiting stick of Shelby Harnish. Harnish launched a hard direct shot through the approaching defenders, past the goalie and right into the cage untouched. The Spartans earned one penalty corner of their own during the game but were unable to earn a single shot on goal.


The 2018 inter- county conference golf championship was held at Sinking Valley Golf Course October 4. Results are as follows:

Trey Hefflefinger of Mount Union – 71; Issac Snyder of Everett – 88; Colton Mellott of McConnellsburg – 89 (winning a 1-hole playoff); Brighton Williams of Everett – 89; Grayson Hall of Everett/Forbes Road – 98; Brock Doyle of Southern Huntingdon – 99; Dylan Taylor of Everett/Forbes Road – 100; and Donovan Garlock of McConnellsburg – 104.

The District 5 18-hole championship was held October 2 at Iron Masters Country Club in Roaring Springs. There were 12 different schools represented in the tournament. Finalists were Jake Blough of North Star – 79; Jared Turner of Bedford – 82; Colton Mellott of McConnellsburg – 83; Logan Greenwalt of Somerset – 83; John Imgrund of Bedford – 83; Tristan Ansell of Rockwood – 83; and Cannon Hay of Berlin – 85.

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