Mikell McGee now holds Fannett-Metal's all-time scoring record in both soccer and boys basketball. Video by Lizi Arbogast, GameTimePA.com
Last week, Fannett-Metal's Mikell McGee walked into the Everett gym needing 17 points to break the boys all-time scoring record.
For McGee, who averaged more than 24 points per game last year, and started the year averaging 34 points through three games - 17 points should have been a piece of cake.
But the Warriors held him two points shy of breaking the milestone.
On Wednesday, McGee held nothing back in a 61-22 win over Belleville Mennonite in which he not only broke the boys all-time scoring record, he also single handedly outscored the Thunder, putting up game-high 26 points.
McGee was the only Tiger to score more than seven points, but eight other players contributed to the win. Austin Raymer and Darston Warren each had seven, followed by Lucas Wingert who added six points.
McGee now has 1,468 points in his career, and also holds the title as the Fannett-Metal soccer all-time leading scorer.
Waynesboro boys basketball coach Tom Hoffman after narrow 63-57 loss to Hershey: "There's never such a thing as a good loss, but I can live with this one ... I'm sure we will find things on film that we wish we could have done differently but overall it was a really good game where we came up a little short."
- Waynesboro's Cameron Keck scored a season-high 21 points for the Indians in a back-and-forth battle with Hershey in the first round of the New Oxford Tournament. Waynesboro lost 63-57 and will play in the consolation game against Bermudian Springs Wednesday.
- Southern Fulton claimed a 41-23 win over Clear Spring in the first round of the Tri-State shootout thanks to an all-around performance from Dylan Gordon, who led the team with 11 points, pulled down nine rebounds, and topped it all off with five steals and three assists.
- Waynesboro's Cat Weber scored a season-high 22 points in a smooth 55-20 victory over York Country Day - outscoring the Greyhounds by herself. Chelsea Cover also reached double-figures in the win, scoring 11 points.
- Greencastle-Antrim pulled off a close 35-34 victory over Dallastown in the first round of the Lower Dauphin Tournamet thanks to the scoring-stylings of Jenay Faulkner. Faulkner scored 23 of the Lady Blue Devils' 35 points. Of the remaining 12 points, eight were scored by Lydia Crist, followed by two points each by Morgan Wagaman and Lauren Cole.
- Makayla O'Donel led the Fannett-Metal defense with five steals, while Ally Hoffmann paced the offense with 18 points, followed closely by Taylor Coffman who scored 15.
Fannett-Metal (3-2) 61, Belleville Mennonite 22
Chambersburg (4-3) 55, Solanco 41
Gettysburg 53, South Western 50 (2OT)
East Pennsboro Tournament
Northeastern 59, Greencastle-Antrim (4-3) 48
East Pennsboro 52, Donegal 49
New Oxford Tournament
Hershey 63, Waynesboro (4-3) 57
New Oxford 61, Bermudian Springs 29
Southern Fulton (6-1) 41, Clear Spring 23
Fannett-Metal (3-2) 63, Belleville Mennonite 33
Northern Bedford 48, Forbes Road (0-6, 0-4 SHL/ICC) 35
Lower Dauphin Tournament
Greencastle-Antrim (6-0) 35, Dallastown 34
West York 41, Lower Dauphin 40
Waynesboro (5-1) 55, York Country Day 20