EVERETT — The Everett boys basketball team used four strong quarters to topple Fannett-Metal, 86-31.

The Warriors held a 53-10 lead at the half.

Everett had four players finish in double-digit scoring. Jared Colledge paced Everett with 18 points, while Elijah Treece had 14, Bryson Clingerman added 13, and Trenton Clites chipped in 10 points.

Ten of the 15 players who played for Everett scored.

Everett, 8-2, hosts Northern Bedford on Friday.

EVERETT 86, FANNETT-METAL 31

Fannett-Metal 4 10 19 2 — 31 Everett 26 27 17 16 — 86 Fannett-Metal (31) — Timber Brookens 2 1-2 5; Frankie Ryder (1) 1 0-0 5; Kyler Goshorn (1) 0 0-0 3; Darston Warren 2 1-1 5; Hunter Hill (2) 1 2-4 10; Colton Friese 0 3-4 3; Billy Peppernick 0 0-0 0; Wyatt Appleby 0 0-0 0; Rylin Sharar 0 0-0 0; Derek Rebuck 0 0-0 0; Tanner Seibert 0 0-0 0; Weston Moats 0 0-0 0; Nevin Rosenberry 0 0-0 0. Totals: (4) 6 7-11 31. Everett (86) — Josiah Seese 1 0-0 2; Isaac Mearkle 0 1-2 1; Trenton Clites (1) 3 1-2 10; Kolby Weaver 0 1-2 1; Jared Colledge (4) 3 0-0 18; Seth Price 3 1-2 7; Nathaniel Maxwell (2) 1 1-1 9; Brandon Mills 2 3-4 7; Bryson Clingerman (1) 4 2-4 13; Jared Whisel 0 0-0 0; Elijah Treece 3 8-12 14; Dylan Jesk 0 0-0 0; Scott Weaver 0 0-0 0; Hunter Browning 0 0-0 0; Karson Reffner 0 0-0 0. Totals: (8) 22 18-29 86. JV — Everett, 66-29. High Scorers — FM: Appleby, 12; E: Price, 18.

Northern Bedford 60, McConnellsburg 59

LOYSBURG — The Northern Bedford boys basketball team earned its first win of the year, sneaking past McConnellsburg, 60-59, Monday.

The Spartans nearly took the win away from the locals, outscoring the hosts 32-27 in the second half. Northern Bedford led 33-27 at the half.

“This was a good team win,” said NBC coach Shawn Hicks. “Hayden Foor, Caleb Diehl, and Dalton Smith were all in double figures in scoring for the Panthers. Diehl and Smith both finished with a double-double.”

Smith paced the locals with 19 points, while Foor added 17, and Diehl finished with 15.

Northern Bedford visits Claysburg-Kimmel on Wednesday.

NORTHERN BEDFORD 60, McCONNELLSBURG 59

McConnellsburg 12 15 15 17 — 59 Northern Bedford 16 17 15 12 — 60 McConnellsburg (59) — Mellott (2) 3 2-2 14; Reed (3) 7 2-3 25; McClain 1 3-4 5; Brown 3 2-4 8; Bunch (1) 1 0-0 5; Knepper 1 0-0 2; Sipes 0 0-0 0. Totals: (6) 16 9-13 59. Northern Bedford (60) — Caleb Diehl (3) 2 2-2 15; Dakota Claar 0 0-0 0; Hayden Foor (2) 5 1-6 17; Thad Leidy 2 0-0 4; Dalton Smith 8 3-6 19; Franklin Foor 1 0-0 2; Bentley Zimmerman 0 0-0 0; Evan Clouse (1) 0 0-2 3; Cadin Ebersole 0 0-0 0; Talan Walter 0 0-0 0; Haden Reyan 0 0-0 0; Curtis Clark 0 0-0 0. Totals: (6) 18 6-16 60. JV — Southern Fulton, 49-31. High Scorers — M: Buterbaugh, 14; NB: Zimmerman, 8.

Greater Johnstown 77, Chestnut Ridge 62

FISHERTOWN — The Chestnut Ridge Lions came up short in Monday’s 77-62 loss to Greater Johnstown.

Despite the loss, the Lions had three players finish in double-digit scoring, with Shane Felix leading the way with 20 points. Ethan Whysong scored 13 and Matt Whysong added 11.

Chestnut Ridge visits Bishop Guilfoyle on Wednesday.

GREATER JOHNSTOWN 77, CHESTNUT RIDGE 62

Greater Johnstown 20 17 20 20 — 77 Chestnut Ridge 11 17 17 17 — 62 Greater Johnstown (77) — A. Franklin (1) 1 0-0 5; D. Jones 9 0-2 18; K. Gause 5 5-9 15; D. Simon (4) 4 4-4 24; D. Chatmon 1 2-4; O. Harris 0 0-0 0; I. Britt (1) 0 0-0 3; M. Nattlie (1) 2 1-2 9; J. Taylor 0 0-0 0; D. Macom-Britt 0 0-0 0. Totals: (7) 22 12-21 77. Chestnut Ridge (62) — Isaac Little 0 0-0 0; Shane Felix (3) 3 5-8 20; Logan Pfister (1) 1 1-2 6; Noah HIllegass 4 1-2 9; Ethan Whysong (3) 2 0-0 13; Matt Whysong (1) 1 6-6 11; Kam Clapper 1 1-2 3; Jonah Hillegass 0 0-0 0; Luke Mickle 0 0-1 0; Hayden Little 0 0-0 0. Totals: (8) 12 14-21 62. JV — Greater Johnstown, 62-41. High Scorer — GJ: J. Taylor, 12; Clapper, 14.

Berkeley Springs 83, HOPE for Hyndman 24

HYNDMAN — The HOPE for Hyndman boys basketball fell to Berkeley Springs, 83-24, Monday.

Noah Stair led the Hornets with 14 points. He also contained E.J. Barkley to a mere 13 points. The Berkeley Springs product was averaging close to 30 points per game.

“Noah did a great job holding Barkley tonight,” said Hyndman coach Scott Stouffer. “He did everything he could.”

HOPE for Hyndman faces Paw Paw on Wednesday.

BERKELEY SPRINGS 83, HOPE FOR HYNDMAN 24

Berkeley Springs 28 21 24 10 — 83 HOPE for Hyndman 10 8 4 2 — 24 Berkeley Springs (83) — C. King 1 0-0 2; P. Mann 3 0-0 6; E. Barkley (2) 3 1-1 13; G. Barkley (1) 4 1-2 12; L. Miller 2 2-2 6; D. Rider 2 0-0 4; N. Bland (2) 5 0-0 16; T. Kane (1) 8 0-1 19; C. Stotler 0 1-2 1; H. Duvall 2 0-0 4. Totals: (6) 30 4-8 83. HOPE for Hyndman (24) — Luke Emerick 1 0-0 2; Noah Stair (2) 3 2-2 14; Dylan Kamauff 1 0-0 2; Eli Shaffer 2 0-0 4; Jakob Turner 0 0-0 0; Alex Cosgrove 0 2-4 2. Totals: (2) 7 4-6 26.

Contact Codi Weyant at cweyant@bedfordgazette.com or at 623-1151 ext. 155.

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