NON-LEAGUE

McConnellsburg 69

Cumb. Valley Christian 63

Monday, at McConnellsburg

Non-league game

McConnellsburg outlasted Cumberland Valley Christian despite the Blazers hitting eight 3-pointers ... Tyler Green led the Spartans (4-8) with 22 points, including three 3-pointers ... Tyler White chipped in a double-double for McConnellsburg with 15 points and 12 rebounds ... Tony White and Nick Daniels were also in double-digits, scoring 10 points apiece for the Spartans ... Josh Sanders was 7-for-7 at the free throw line and hit three 3-pointers as part of a 24-point effort for CV Christian (6-8) ... Harper Lee (12) and Jeremy Graves (10) combined for 22 points as well for the Blazers ... Darrin Baker hauled in 8 rebounds along with his 6 assists in the defeat ... Spartans coach Dennis Swope said, "I thought we played a good overall game. They started to hit 3-pointers in third quarter, but our defense brought us back into the lead." CVC coach Mike Sanders said, "It was a disappointing loss. We had a strong third quarter - we hit six 3-pointers. We were down by two (points) with four minutes to go in the game, and then mismanaged the game. We were not mentally tough. I felt we should've beaten them."

McConnellsburg 69, CV Christian 63

CV CHRISTIAN

Josh Sanders 7 7-7 24, Darrin Baker 1 1-2 3, Connor Chapman 3 0-0 6, Harper Lee 5 0-2 12, Jeremy Graves 4 0-1 10, Spencer Propst 1 2-2 4, Aaron McBeth 1 0-0 3, Daniel Sung 0 0-0 0.


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Totals 14 8 10-14 63

McCONNELLSBURG

Tyler Green 7 4-4 22, Hunter Miller 2 1-2 6, Nick Daniels 1 8-13 10, Tony White 5 0-0 10, Tyler White 7 1-1 15, Matt Snyder 1 0-0 2, Chris Franklin 2 0-2 4, Jake Boehme 0 0-0 0. Totals 25 14-22 69.

CV Christian 13 12 22 15 - 63

McConnellsburg 18 17 19 15 - 69

3-point shots - CVC 8 (Sanders 3, Lee 2, Graves 2, McBeth); McC 4 (Green 3, Miller). Shooting - CVC 21-54 (39%); McC 25-64 (39%). Rebounds - CVC 31 (D.Baker 8); McC 41 (Ty.White 12). Assists - CVC 19 (D.Baker 6); McC 15 (To.White 5). Steals - CVC 8 (Propst, D.Baker); McC 9 (Miller 3). Turnovers - CVC 14; McC 14. Fouled out - D.Baker.

JV: McConnellsburg 79, CV Christian 18. Chris Franklin led the Spartans with 17 points; Spencer Probst led the Blazers with 16 points.

Next game: CVC: Friday, at home vs. Faith Christian, 8 McConn: Wednesday, at Everett, 7:30.

NON-LEAGUE

Mechanicsburg 62

Waynesboro 46

Monday, at Mechanicsburg

Non-league game

Collin Farnham hit seven 3-pointers as part of a 25-point performance for Mechanicsburg in the win over Waynesboro Indian assistant coach Travis Hardman said, "He hurt us; he's a good shooter - 7-of-14 from 3-point range. A couple of shots he hit were deep. They had guys that could penetrate and kick the ball out to them, so they did a nice job there." ... Tim Ingram led the Indians (6-11) with 15 points ... Ryan Kelley, Shaquill Smith and James Bennett followed him with 8 points apiece ... Drew Schankweiler was also a big factor in the win for the Wildcats (9-7), scoring 16 points.

Mechanicsburg 62, Waynesboro 46

WAYNESBORO

Shaquill Smith 3 1-2 8, Tim Ingram 6 3-4 15, Ryan Kelley 2 2-2 8, Cole Warrenfeltz 2 1-4 6, Ethan Mohn 0 1-2 1, James Bennett 3 0-0 8, Seth Hoffman 0 0-0 0, Connor Fetterhoff 0 0-0 0, Alex Cline 0 0-0 0, Devonte Montgomery 0 0-0 0, Steven Ridenour 0 0-0 0, Darion Brown 0 0-0 0. Totals 16 8-14 46.

MECHANICSBURG

Brunner 4 3-3 11, Smith 1 4-4 6, Farnham 8 2-3 25, Alioth 2 0-0 4, Schankweiler 7 2-2 16. Totals 22 11-14 62.

Waynesboro 9 13 16 8 - 46

Mechanicsburg 19 22 10 11 - 62

3-point shots - Way 6 (Smith, Kelley 2, Warrenfeltz, Bennett 2); Mech 7 (Farnham 7). Shooting - Way 16-36 (44%); Mech 22-40 (55%). Rebounds - Way 15 (Ingram, Bennett, Warrenfeltz 3). Assists - Way 11. Steals - Way 2. Turnovers - Way 7. Blocked shots - Way 1 (Ingram).

JV: Mechanicsburg 47, Waynesboro 19. Nate Roefaro led the Indians with 7 points.

Next game: Tuesday, at Shippensburg, 7:30.

ICC

Fannett-Metal 72

Southern Huntingdon 48

Monday, at Orbisonia

Inter-County Conf. game

Fannett-Metal made only 40 percent of its free throws (14-for-35) against Southern Huntingdon; fortunately, the Tigers shot a little better from the field (43.8%) F-M (9-4, 6-1 ICC) led by 10 at halftime, then doubled up on the Rockets, 22-11, in the third Tigers coach Greg Best said, "Jordan Hurrell scored 11 of his 19 points in the third; he just took the ball to the hole. We were sluggish in the first half, but we took control of the tempo in the third. We got key minutes from the bench tonight, too." Walker Bannister added 17 points and 12 rebounds, Trevor Reisinger had 15 points and 11 boards and Hurrell made 10 assists, giving Fannett-Metal 3 players with double-doubles.

Fannett-Metal 72, So. Huntingdon 48

FANNETT-METAL

Walker Bannister 7 1-7 17, Jordan Hurrell 7 5-10 19, Trevor Reisinger 7 1-2 15, Bryce Chilcote 4 0-0 8, Ryan Snyder 1 1-4 3, Ben Metcalfe 0 3-4 3, Dan Peppernick 2 3-6 7, Dustin Mott 0 0-2 0, Dylan Bradley 0 0-0 0, Josh Walls 0 0-0 0, Layton Hoffman 0 0-0 0, Sam Turner 0 0-0 0, Tom Peppernick 0 0-0 0, Craig Falcone 0 0-0 0. Totals 28 14-35 72.

SO. HUNTINGDON

Noah Covert 2 0-0 4, Billy Thomas 1 0-0 2, Dane Cornelius 4 3-4 12, Jarrett Ford 3 2-2 11, Tyler Rathke 4 0-1 10, Colton Booher 3 0-2 6, Brady Rogers 1 0-0 2, Aaron Thomas 0 1-4 1. Totals 18 6-13 48.

Fannett-Metal 12 15 22 23 - 72

So. Huntingdon 5 12 11 20 - 48

3-point shots - FM 2 (Bannister); SH 6 (Ford 3, Rathke 2, Cornelius). Shooting - FM 28-64 (43.8%). Rebounds - FM 46 (Bannister 12, Reisinger 11). Assists - FM 18 (Hurrell 10). Steals - FM 8. Turnovers - FM 6.

JV: Southern Huntingdon 48, Fannett-Metal 28. Ben Metcalfe led the Tigers with 11 points.

Next game: Friday, at Tussey Mountain, 7:30.