The Paper file photo by Lori Poteet 
Jarrett Todd and the Mounties look for their first conference win Saturday.
The Paper file photo by Lori Poteet
Jarrett Todd and the Mounties look for their first conference win Saturday.

Southmont will play their final two road games this weekend, none bigger than their Saturday matchup with Frankfort. The Mounties will look to pick up their first Sagamore Athletic Conference win of the season and hand the Hot Dogs their fifth consecutive loss.

Southmont (9-10, 0-6 SAC) enters the weekend after perhaps their best performance of the season, an 88-38 win over Fountain Central. The Mounties forced the Mustangs into 21 turnovers and converted on the other end with easy baskets. This helped them shoot 53 percent for the game, including 7-of-16 from beyond the arc.

Camden Chadd, 18.1, and Kaleb Swick, 13.2, lead the Mounties in scoring, while Andrew Travers averages 7.5.

Frankfort (7-13, 2-4) has lost four in a row to Danville, North Montgomery, Northwestern and Zionsville with their two Conference wins coming against Western Boone and Crawfordsville.

They have three in double figures, led by Jarrod Smith’s 20.9, Carter Taylor’s 14.9 and Jordan Campbell’s 12.1.

Frankfort leads the series over the last 20 years 23-9, with the Hot Dogs winning the last five in a row.

Southmont has a tough test Friday as well as. They travel to Greencastle to face Ryan Coble and the Tiger Cubs, before travelling to Case Arena to battle the Hot Dogs Saturday. Game time for both games is 7:30 p.m.