No. 3 Keyser girls rout No. 5 Petersburg; Allegany, Northern win; Fort Hill, Calvary lose

Feb. 13—PETERSBURG, W.Va. — No. 3 Keyser dominated on the defensive end to romp at No. 5 Petersburg, 52-25, on Monday night for its ninth consecutive win.

The Golden Tornado (15-5) didn't allow more than eight points in any quarter, leading 21-6 after one, 29-13 at the half and 35-17 after three.

Bibs Felton topped all scorers with 17 points, Autumn Kerchner added 10 and Abby DelSignore chipped in nine.

Shyane Tawney led the Petersburg scoring with six points, and Nellie Whetzel, Sam Colaw and Addison Kitzmiller garnered five apiece.

Petersburg (11-9) hosts Pocahontas County on Wednesday at 7 p.m. Keyser hosts Frankfort (3-18) on Thursday at 7:30 p.m.

No. 4 Allegany 61, Shalom 28

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — Avery Miller was close to a triple double, Shylah Taylor scored 18 points and Allegany crushed host Shalom on Monday night for a sixth straight victory.

The Campers (13-7) had leads of 13-5, 33-13 and 47-20 after the first three quarters.

Miller finished with 10 points, 14 rebounds, seven assists and four steals, Taylor added four rebounds to her game-high total, Tyiss Jessie tallied 10 points and six boards, and Ella Shade garnered eight points, hitting two 3-pointers. Taylor also made a pair of treys.

Shalom was paced in scoring by Maya Lehman and Joanna Rheam with six points each.

Allegany hosts St. Maria Goretti on Tuesday at 6 p.m.

Northern 59 Rockwood 44

ACCIDENT — Abby Nelson exploded for 35 points to guide Northern past visiting Rockwood, Pennsylvania, on Monday night.

Nelson tallied 24 of her 35 points after halftime and 15 in the third period. With Northern leading just 17-15 at the half, Nelson's outburst helped the Huskies extend their lead to 42-36.

Lydia Nelson had nine points.

Rockwood was led by Tessa Nicholson and Mollie Wheatley with 15 and 10 points, respectively.

Northern (11-8) hosts Fort Hill (2-15) on Thursday at 7 p.m.

Broadfording 40 Fort Hill 34

CUMBERLAND — Fort Hill overcame a double-digit halftime deficit to lead entering the fourth, but Fanta Minteh and visiting Broadfording were too much on Monday night.

The Sentinels, down 24-13 at the half, held Broadfording without a field goal during the entire third quarter, outscoring the opposition 13-1 to lead 26-25 going into the decider.

However, Minteh poured in 11 of her game-high 27 points in the fourth.

Lindsay Fleming was the high scorer for Fort Hill with 14 points and seven rebounds, Jaidyn Mellott added eight points and Nevaeh Bunbasi garnered seven points, five steals and three assists. Fleming and Mellott made two 3s each.

Fort Hill is at Northern on Thursday at 7 p.m.

Grace 47 Calvary 26CRESAPTOWN — Grace controlled the game defensively, holding Calvary to single digit scoring in all four quarters on Monday.

Grace led 14-5 after one quarter, 25-14 at halftime and 43-18 after three quarters.

Bethany Carrington led Calvary (6-14) with 14 points in the first half and finished with a game-high 18.

Ella Papa led Grace with 16 points including eight in the third quarter.

Emma Smith scored 14 points with nine in the first quarter.

The Eagles host Bishop Walsh on Friday at 4:30 p.m.