Girls: Herd slips past Trojans, 26-30: In the showdown for a likely Mid Penn Commonwealth Division title, Carlisle put runners in the 2, 3, 4 and 6 positions to edge Chambersburg. It was the Trojans’ first loss since 2014 and snapped a 21-meet win streak.
Abby Yourkavitch won the race in 19:03 for the Trojans (4-1), but the next teammate to finish was Sydney Parson in fifth (20:50). Chambersburg then took 7-through-10, with Kaylee Mowery (21:11), Kyleena Purvis (21:12), Kiera Whitehead (21:14) and Maddie Kinton (21:18).
Trojan coach Chris Monheim said, “Abby made a 19:03 look easy on a very warm day, but we weren’t able to back her up as much as needed. Our girls rallied well in the second half of the race, but at that point it was too late. We’re looking forward to regrouping and going to the Carlisle Invitational on Saturday.”
Boys: Carlisle 21, Chambersburg 39: The Trojans’ Trentin Overcash made a bid to finish first, but had to settle for second, just two seconds behind the Herd’s Jack Wisner (17:15).
Other top Chambersburg runners were Orion Kimberly (5th, 17:33), Joe Corwell (9th, 17:47), Patrick Zook (12th, 17:58) and Donovan Hazelton (13th, 18:01).
Chambersburg 3, Mifflin County 0: The Trojans, now 5-3 (4-3 MPC) racked up easy wins of 25-10, 25-10 and 25-8 to roll over the Huskies in a Mid Penn Commonwealth match.
The kills were spread out between Brooke Stevens (8), Ally Davis (7) and Ashley Adams (7), while Ansley Runk and Chelsea Layman had 12 digs each. Other leaders included Adams (3 blocks), Runk (4 aces) and Lauren Ching (27 assists).
Chambersburg 2, Central Dauphin 0: The Trojans upped their record to 5-2-2 (4-2-1 MPC), beating the Rams 2-0 for the second time this year in a Mid Penn Commonwealth Division game. Omario Duncan and Asher Schwartz scored the goals, while Griffin Redding had an assist. Goalkeeper Andrew Armstrong made 7 saves.
GIRLS SOCCER: Central Dauphin 6, Chambersburg 0. The Trojans are 4-7 (1-7 MPC).
GIRLS TENNIS: Hershey 5, Chambersburg 0: The Trojans are 3-11.