HUSTONTOWN - Forbes Road broke a seven-game losing streak by hammering Belleville Mennonite, 62-29, in a non-league boys basketball game on Monday night.

After a tight first quarter - Belleville led 7-5 - the Cardinals got things going with a 15-6 second quarter. They dominated the third quarter, 23-2.

FR coach Jeff Gelvin said, "We didn't play well early. We put pressure on them in the third quarter and got some easy baskets. We played very well in the second half."

The Cardinals (3-14) got balanced scoring from Tristan Gelvin (11 points), Kyle Schoen (10), Tyson Berkstresser (10) and Macklin Hawkins (9).

Gelvin led with nine rebounds. Chase Shaw paced the Cards with five assists and six steals.

Forbes Road 62

Belleville Mennonite 29

BELLEVILLE MENN.

Yoder 2 0-0 6, Byler 3 3-4 10, Kauffman 4 2-2 10, Derstein 0 0-2 2, Andrews 1 0-0 3. Totals 10 5-8 29.

FORBES ROAD

Tristan Gelvin 4 3-6 11, Chase Shaw 1 0-0 2, Kyle Schoen 5 0-0 10, Macklin Hawkins 4 1-1 9, Brock Broadwater 2 0-0 4, Tyson Berkstresser 4 2-2 10 , Marcus Snyder 0 0-0 0, Nick Keller 2 1-2 5, J.J. Martz 0 0-0 0, Cordell Strait 1 0-0 2, Grant Moore 1 0-0 3, Gunner Strait 1 0-0 2, Hunter Horton 1 2-4 4. Totals 26 9 15 62

Belleville Menn. 7 6 2 14 - 29

Forbes Road 5 15 23 19 - 62

3-point shots - BM 4 (Yoder 2, Byler, Andrews); FR 1 (Moore). Shooting - FR 26-55 (47%). Rebounds - FR 43 (Gelvin 9). Assists - FR 14 (Shaw 5). Steals - FR 14 (Shaw 6). Turnovers - FR 6.

Next game: Wednesday, at Everett, 7:30.

ICC

Southern Fulton 69

Southern Huntingdon 28

Monday, at Orbisonia

Inter-County Conf. game

Nick Smartt scored 22 points to lead Southern Fulton to a 41-point victory Jordan Clingerman added 14 points for the Indians (10-7, 8-4 ICC) SF gathered an impressive 60 rebounds, led by Clingerman with 10 Indians coach Kent Hendershot said, "I was very pleased. We were coming off a mentally tough and physical game Saturday (a 34-27 loss to Shanksville). We recovered well and took care of business. Defensively we played very well. If our offense comes around, we'll be a tough out come playoff time."

So. Fulton 69, So. Huntingdon 28

SOUTHERN FULTON

Nick Smartt 9 4-4 22, Connor Litton 2 0-0 4, Jake Ashkettle 1 2-4 4, Brady Golden 1 0-0 3, Jordan Clingerman 7 0-0 14, Alex Seburn 4 0-1 8, Noah Smartt 1 0-4 2, Austin Mellott 1 1-3 3, Dristin Mellott 1 0-0 2, Casey Elbin 1 0-0 2, Trent Rider 1 1-2 3, Joseph Munson 1 0-0 2. Totals 30 8-18 69.

SO. HUNTINGDON

Covert 2 0-2 4, B.Thomas 1 0-0 2, D.Cornelius 1 1-1 3, Ford 3 3-3 10, C.Cornelius 0 1-2 1, A.Thomas 4 0-0 8. Totals 11 5-8 28.

Southern Fulton 21 14 13 21 - 69

So. Huntingdon 6 10 5 7 - 28

3-point shots - SF 1 (Golden); SH 1 (Ford). Shooting - SF 30-65 (46%). Rebounds - SF 60 (Clingerman 10). Assists - SF 16 (A.Mellott 4). Steals - SF 13 (Litton 4). Turnovers - SF 11. Blocked shots - SF 1 (Golden).

JV: So. Fulton 52, So. Huntingdon 36. Trent Rider led the Indians with 21 points.

Next game: Wednesday, at home vs. Chestnut Ridge, 7:30.

SHL/ICC

Northern Bedford 83

Fannett-Metal 49

Monday, at Willow Hill

Sideling Hill/Inter-County game

Northern Bedford built an early lead and didn't let up The Panthers outscored Fannett-Metal by 7 in the first quarter and led 41-25 at halftime The Tigers (10-7, 5-6 SHL, 7-4 ICC) got 17 points from Jordan Hurrell and 13 from Trevor Reisinger Reisinger led with 10 rebounds For the Panthers (16-3), Kyler Diehl scored 17 points and Zach Pressel added 15.

N. Bedford 83, Fannett-Metal 49

NORTHERN BEDFORD

T.Pressel 5 3-4 13, Z.Pressel 6 3-3 15, Diehl 8 1-2 17, Over 3 2-2 9, Snyder 4 3-4 12, England 1 5-6 7, Barnes 2 0-0 4, Litzenberger 1 1-2 4, Zimmerman 1 0-1 2. Totals 31 18-24 83.

FANNETT-METAL

Jordan Hurrell 7 3-6 17, Trevor Reisinger 6 1-2 13, Bryce Chilcote 3 1-3 7, Ryan Snyder 1 3-4 5, Ben Metcalfe 1 1-2 3, Josh Walls 1 0-0 2, Sam Turner 0 2-4 2. Totals 19 11-21 49.

Northern Bedford 21 20 24 18 - 83

Fannett-Metal 14 11 7 17 - 49

3-point shots - NB 3 (Over, Snyder, Litzenberger). Shooting - FM 19-68 (28%). Rebounds - FM 37 (Reisinger 10). Assists - FM 6. Steals - FM 9 (Hurrell 4). Turnovers - FM 16.

JV: Fannett-Metal 55, No. Bedford 35. Ben Metcalfe led F-M with 20 points.

Next game: Friday, at Forbes Road, 7:30.

NON-LEAGUE

Carlisle 71

Waynesboro 51

Monday, at Carlisle

Non-league game

Jordan Dockens poured in 28 points and Timothy Atkins added 20 to lead Carlisle to a 20-point victory Waynesboro fell behind 17-6 in the first quarter, but cut the deficit to 34-26 by halftime The Thundering Herd extended their advantage to 17 in the third period The Indians (7-15) were led by Cole Warrenfeltz with 14 points Shaquill Smith and Connor Fetterhoff scored 9 points each Waynesboro assistant coach Travis Hardman said, "Carlisle is a solid team. They are 11-10 and competing for a district berth. We were a little outmatched. Our guys didn't give up; they competed."

Carlisle 71, Waynesboro 51

WAYNESBORO

Shaquill Smith 3 1-1 9, Tim Ingram 2 0-0 4, Ryan Kelly 1 0-0 3, Cole Warrenfeltz 4 4-4 14, Connor Fetterhoff 2 5-5 9, Alex Cline 1 0-0 2, James Bennett 2 0-0 5, Darion Brown 0 2-3 2, Cory Chatfield 1 0-0 3, Seth Hoffman 0 0-0 0, Ethan Mohn 0 0-0 0, Devonte Montgomery 0 0-0 0, Steven Ridenour 0 0-0 0. Totals 16 12-13 51.

CARLISLE

Ramsey 1 0-0 2, Atkins 7 0-0 20, Hughes 1 1-2 3, Dockens 10 8-9 28, Milligan 1 0-0 2, Bailor 1 0-0 2, Clippinger 2 0-0 4, Stanback 2 1-2 5, Smitz 1 0-0 2, Erfle 1 0-0 3. Totals 27 10-13 71.

Waynesboro 6 20 11 14 - 51

Carlisle 17 17 20 17 - 71

3-point shots - Way 7 (Smith 2, Warrenfeltz 2, Kelly, Bennett, Chatfield); Car 7 (Atkins 6, Erfle). Shooting - Way 16-43 (37%); 27-50 (54%). Rebounds - Way 17 (Ingram 6). Assists - Way 8 (Smith 3). Steals - Way 7 (Warrenfeltz 3). Turnovers - Way 16.

JV: Carlisle 53, Waynesboro 35. Nate Roefaro led the Indians with 10 points.

Next game: Season is over.