WILLOW HILL - Four quarters wasn't enough for Fannett-Metal and Forbes Road in a Sideling Hill League and Inter-County Conference boys basketball game Friday night.

Instead, the Tigers prevailed in double overtime - when Jordan Hurrell scored 13 of his game-high 26 points - to win 61-57.

With a dozen seconds left in regulation, Trevor Reisinger - who collected a game-high 19 rebounds to add to his 15 points - cleaned up Tiger teammate Ryan Snyder's second of two missed free throws and put the ball in the basket for two points to tie the score 41-41.

On the following Forbes Road possession, Hurrell stole the inbounds pass. Tigers coach Greg Best immediately called for timeout with seven seconds on the scoreboard.

Fannett-Metal (8-3, 4-2 SHL, 5-0 ICC) failed to convert a last-second shot that would have secured the victory, sending the game to its first overtime.

After both sides scored five points - necessitating a second OT period - Forbes jumped ahead with a 3-pointer. Hurrell answered with his own three, and then a two-pointer on the next F-M possession to take back the lead.

With the Cardinals (2-8, 0-4 SHL, 1-3 ICC) now in need of a score, and the scoreboard showing only 13 seconds to play, Kyle Schoen - who led the Cardinals with 14 points - pulled up for a seven-foot jumper that rimmed out. Hurrell then got fouled and hit his shots at the other end, icing the victory for the Tigers.

"It was back-and-forth the whole game," Best said. "Trevor Reisinger had huge rebounds all night, especially in OT. He also scored eight of our 13 points in the fourth quarter."

"It was a good, hard-fought game," Cardinal coach Jeff Gelvin said. "I was very proud of our bench. We had to get a lot deeper than we usually do, and kids came in and played as well as you could expect in that situation. A break here or there, and we could have easily won the game, but give credit to (Fannett-Metal) for making plays down stretch."

Macklin Hawkins also scored 13 points and had 10 boards for Forbes Road.

Fannett-Metal 61

Forbes Road 57, 2 OT

FORBES ROAD

Tristan Gelvin 2 0-0 4, Chase Shaw 3 0-0 8, Kyle Schoen 6 2-4 14, Macklin Hawkins 4 5-8 13, Brock Broadwater 4 0-2 9, Hunter Horton 1 0-0 2, Cordell Strait 1 0-0 3, Gunner Strait 1 1-2 4, J.J. Martz 0 0-0 0. Totals 22 8-19 57.

FANNETT-METAL

Walker Bannister 2 5-6 9, Jordan Hurrell 9 6-13 26, Bryce Chilcote 1 0-0 2, Trevor Reisinger 5 5-10 15, Ryan Snyder 2 0-2 5, Ben Metcalfe 1 0-0 2, Dylan Bradley 1 0-0 2. Totals 21 16-31 61.

Forbes Road 13 3 14 11 5 11 - 57

Fannett-Metal 9 13 6 13 5 15 - 61

3-point shots - FR 5 (Shaw 2, Broadwater, C.Strait, G.Strait); FM 3 (Hurrell 2, Synder). Shooting - FR 22-55 (40%); FM 21-65 (32%). Rebounds - FR 28 (Hawkins 10); FM 50 (Reisinger 19). Assists - FR 12 (Shaw 4); FM 9 (Bannister 4). Steals - FR 8 (Shaw 3); FM 9 (Hurrell 3). Turnovers - FR 14; FM 18. Blocked shots - FM 6. Fouled out - Gelvin, Shaw, Schoen.

Next game: F-M: Tuesday, at Northern Bedford, 7:30 Forbes Road: Tuesday, at home vs. Everett, 7:30.

SIDELING HILL/ICC

Southern Fulton 60

McConnellsburg 34

Friday, at Warfordsburg

Sideling Hill/ICC league game

Southern Fulton had a chilly shooting night, but didn't let it affect the rest of its performance in a victory over McConnellsburg The Indians shot 23-for-67 (34%), including 14-for-45 (31%) from 2-point range SF did hit 9-for-22 (41%) from 3-point range, led by Nick Smartt, who scored a game-high 21 points on 7 threes Jordan Clingerman scored 12 points and led Southern Fulton (4-3, 3-3 SHL, 3-2 ICC) with 6 rebounds and 2 blocked shots Teammate Alex Seburn also scored 12 The Spartans (2-6, 0-4 SHL, 1-4 ICC) were led by Tyler Green with 20 points Indians coach Kent Hendershot said, "We didn't play well defensively in the first half. They packed it into a zone and said shoot it, so we did. Give McConnellsburg credit; they made some tough shots themselves and hung around. At halftime we discussed some things and in the second half we played a lot tougher defense. Any time you can hold a team to eight points (in a half) you'll take it."

So. Fulton 60, McConnellsburg 34

McCONNELLSBURG

Jesse Swope 2 1-3 5, Tyler Green 8 1-2 20, Hunter Miller 2 0-0 4, Nick Daniels 0 2-2 2, Matt Snyder 1 1-2 3, Justin Welsh 0 0-2 0, Tyrell White 0 0-0 0, Jacob Boehme 0 0-0 0. Totals 13 5-11 34.

SOUTHERN FULTON

Nick Smartt 7 0-0 21, Brady Golden 0 2-2 2, Jacob Ashkettle 1 0-0 2, Alex Seburn 5 0-0 12, Jordan Clingerman 5 2-2 12, Brayden Litton 4 0-0 8, Connor Litton 1 1-1 3, Noah Smartt 0 0-0 0, Austin Mellott 0 0-0 0, Dristin Mellott 0 0-0 0, Casey Elbin 0 0-0 0. Totals 23 5-5 60.

McConnellsburg 16 10 5 3 - 34

Southern Fulton 17 16 16 11 - 60

3-point shots - McC 3 (Green 3); SF 9 (Ni.Smartt 7, Seburn 2). Shooting - SF 23-67 (34%). Rebounds - SF 29 (Clingerman 6). Assists - SF 4. Steals - SF 11 (Clingerman 3). Turnovers - SF 4. Blocked shots - SF 4 (Clingerman 2). Fouled out - Seburn.

JV: So. Fulton 42, McConnellsburg 24. Connor Litton led SF with 12 points; Jacob Boehme and Landon Richards had 9 points each for McConnellsburg.

Next game: McConnellsburg: Tuesday, at home vs. Tussey Mountain, 7:30 SF: Monday, at Greencastle-Antrim, 7:30.

MPC COLONIAL

Gettysburg 52

Shippensburg 45

Friday, at Shippensburg

Mid Penn Colonial Div. game

Shippensburg nearly knocked off first-place Gettysburg, but a contested shot at the end of regulation did not fall and the Warriors outscored Ship 11-4 in overtime Tyrell Kater (15 points) made a shot for the Greyhounds (6-7, 3-4 MPC) to the the game 41-41 and Ship got the ball back and held it for the final 55 seconds "With 17 seconds left we ran a play and Reid Singhas got a good shot inside and we felt he got hammered pretty hard - but no call," Hound coach Ray Staver said. "We still had an inbounds play, but didn't get a good shot off that." In overtime, Gettysburg (12-3, 7-0 MPC) led by 3 points with 20 seconds left and missed a foul shot, but the Warriors got the rebound and Ship had to foul "We could have had a chance to tie it," Staver said. "It's those little things that make a big difference and we're doing too many of them wrong. But the kids did fight hard. They were down seven at the half and played really good defense in the second half." Mac Miller had 11 for the Hounds (6-7, 3-4 MPC), while Ben Kroll led Gettysburg with 17.

Gettysburg 52, Shippensburg 45

GETTYSBURG

Ben Kroll 7 0-0 17, Colin Bortner 1 0-0 3, Cody Kiefer 6 2-5 16, Trey Thomas 4 2-1 10, Tyler Lampe 3 0-0 6. Totals 21 4-7 52.

SHIPPENSBURG

Britton Hastings 1 0-0 2, Mac Miller 3 3-3 11, Seth Frey 0 0-1 0, Tyrell Kater 6 3-3 15, Reid Singhas 2 0-0 4, Cordell Shannon 2 0-0 6, Spencer VanScyoc 0 2-2 2, Bryce Hastings 1 3-5 5, Austin Springer 0 0-0 0. Totals 15 11-14 45.

Gettysburg 11 15 8 7 11 - 52

Shippensburg 15 4 11 11 4 - 45

3-point shots - Get 6 (Kroll 3, Bortner, Keifer); Ship 4 (Miller 2, Shannon 2). Shooting - Ship 15-43 (34.9%). Rebounds - Ship 17 (Singhas 6). Assists - Ship 6 (Kater 3). Steals - Ship 8 (Kater 4). Turnovers - Ship 12.

JV: Gettysburg 37, Shippensburg 35. Zaen Miller led the Hounds with 11 points.

Next game: Tuesday, at Big Spring, 7:30.