Chambersburg 2, Cedar Cliff 2: The Colts scored with 7 minutes left in regulation and 2 overtimes couldn’t change the result, a Mid Penn Commonwealth draw between the Trojans and Cedar Cliff.
Asher Schwartz scored the first goal for Chambersburg (7-3-3, 5-2-2 MPC), and Emmanuel Hewitt knocked in the second, getting an assist from Griffin Redding.
The Trojans more than doubled up in shots (25-12) and had an 8-5 advantage in corners. Andrew Armstrong made 8 saves in goal.
Carlisle 3, Chambersburg 2: The Herd reversed a 3-0 loss to the Trojans earlier in the season by prevailing 15-12 in the fifth game. Chambersburg won the first and fourth games relatively easily (25-15, 25-16), but Carlisle won a pair of close ones, 30-28 and 27-25.
“This was a hard-fought battle between two evenly-matched teams,” Trojan assistant coach Bobby Culler said. “Both teams played at a high level all the way through the match. Bailee Nitterhouse led the way with 19 kills and Ally Davis had 13. We were strong defensively with several players in double digits with digs. Lauren Ching once again did a tremendous job of running our team.”
Ching had 44 assists, 12 digs and 3 blocks for Chambersburg (7-4, 6-4 MPC), which had a four-match win streak halted. Ansley Runk had 15 digs and 19 service points, Ashley Adams had 3 blocks, and Anne Romine (12), Taylor Myers (11) and Nitterhouse (10) helped out with double-digit digs.