Boys Soccer

Chambersburg roundup 9/19


Girls sweep CV, SC: The Trojans put the first 6 runners across the line to hang defeats on Cumberland Valley (15-49) and State College (15-48) and raise their Mid Penn Commonwealth Division record to 4-0.

“Unfortunately, it was obvious State College did not have their best kids there,” Chambersburg coach Chris Monheim said. “We would have liked to see how we did if they were. I think we have as much depth as we’ve ever had. We have nine good kids and all could be in the top five on any given day.”

Abby Yourkavitch raced to the win in 20:05, followed by teammates Kaylee Mowery (21:20), Keira Whitehead (21:25), Sydney Parson (21:26). Maddie Kinton (21:26) and Ana DeGrange (21:40).

Boys earn split: The Trojans edged CV 27-28, but were then nipped by State College, 26-29, and their record is now 2-2.

Trentin Overcash placed third in the race in 17:22 for Chambersburg. Other scorers were Donovan Hazelton (6th, 17:39); Orion Kimberly (9th, 17:55); Patrick Zook (10th, 18:01) and Joe Corwell (13th, 18:11).


Chambersburg 3, Cedar Cliff 0: The Trojans won swiftly in three games — 25-20, 25-11 and 25-9.

“We served tough and kept them off balance and out of system,” Chambersburg coach Ty Frelin said. “This was a good night to give everyone some court time.”

For the Trojans (3-2, 3-2 MPC) Ally Davis had 8 kills, Lauren Ching had 7 kills, 28 assists and 3 aces, Ashley Runk collected 15 digs and Lexi Anderson had 11, Breanne Byers and Ashley Adams each had 3 aces and Adams added 3 blocks.

BOYS SOCCER — Cumberland Valley 1, Chambersburg 0. The Eagles scored after a free kick in the 11th minute. The Trojans (3-2-2, 2-2-1 MPC) played a man up for 55 minutes after CV was given a red card.

GIRLS SOCCER — Cumberland Valley 2, Chambersburg 1. The Trojans are 3-5 (0-5 MPC).

FIELD HOCKEY — Cumberland Valley 8, Chambersburg 0. The Trojans are 2-5 (0-4 MPC).


Trojans finish season 42-0: Chambersburg defeated Northern York by 11 strokes on the Polar Bears’ home course, Range End, to finish the season 42-0 and extend its winning streak to 247 matches.

The Trojans had a good 1-2 punch, with medalist Karsen Rush shooting a 1-over par 72, and Mary Kate Norcross posting a 76 to place third behind West Perry’s Ben Smith (74). Also scoring for Chambersburg were Grayson Hopple (tie 8th, 83), Spencer Rajtik (tie 12th, 85) and Spencer Bodner (94).

Greencastle-Antrim had its best showing of the season, taking third as Jacob DeCarli shot 81, Noah Witmer shot 85 and Amanda Steier had 87. Waynesboro’s top golfer was Devin Smith with an 81, Dillon Labonte had an 85 for Shippensburg, while James Buchanan’s top shooter was Hunter Reath with an 86.

The final Mid Penn Colonial Division standings: 1.Chambersburg 42-0; 2.Northern York 34-8, 3.Waynesboro 23-19; 4.James Buchanan 20-22, 5.(tie) Greencastle and Big Spring 13-29, 7.Shippensburg 2-40.