Basketball

Chambersburg roundup 12/12

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Mifflin County 67, Chambersburg 46: It was way too much Eleana Eckley for the Trojans to handle, as they dropped their Mid Penn Commonwealth opener to the Huskies.

Mifflin County led 38-15 by the halftime break and Eckley had dropped 16 points. She finished with a total of 36 points.

For Chambersburg (2-1, 0-1 MPC) three players reached double figures — Ashley Adams tallied 16 points, Gabby Lecuona had 11 and Alyssa Wenger put up 10.

The Trojans made only 6 of 15 free throws.

Mifflin County 67, Chambersburg 46
CHAMBERSBURG
Robyn Stepler 0 0-0 0, Gabby Lecuona 4 0-0 11, Alyssa Wenger 4 0-0 10, Amanda Abbott 0 0-0 0, Bre’ya Clopper 2 0-4 5, Ariana Burke 1 0-2 2, Taylor Vrabel 0 2-2 2, Sydney Schmus 0 0-0 0, Ashley Adams 6 4-7 16, Katie Parker 0 0-0 0. Totals 17 6-15 46.
MIFFLIN COUNTY
Eleana Eckley 14 6-8 36, Hannah Aumiller 1 6-8 9, Jamie Mahigel 2 0-0 5, Megan Harshbarger 2 0-2 4, Mollie Wagoner 3 3-4 9, Emma Yeager 2 0-2 4. Totals 24 15-24 67.
Chambersburg           8     7    17   14   —   46
Mifflin County          17   21   14   15   —   67
3-point shots — Chbg 6 (Lecuona 3, Wenger 2, Clopper); MC 4 (Eckley 2, Aumiller, Mahigel).

BOYS SWIMMING

State College 96, Chambersburg 74: The Trojans opened the season against one of their strongest opponents and were defeated by the Little Lions.

Jacob Greenwood collected a pair of individual firsts for Chambersburg, taking the 200 freestyle in 2:01.27 and the 400 in 4:18.27. He also anchored the winning 400 free relay (3:45.70), which also included Avery Barley, Aiden McMillen and C.J. Pong.

Pong earned a win in the 200 IM in a time of 2:16.81.Barley came up just short in two events, placing second in the 50 free and 100 backstroke.

GIRLS SWIMMING

State College 129, Chambersburg 41: The powerful Little Lions took first place in every event to defeat the Trojans.

Abby Reichelderfer placed second in the 50 free and Bree Kratz finished as the runner-up in the 100 butterfly for Chambersburg.

Trojan coach Donnie Miller said that Reichelderfer, Kratz, Maddie Kinton and Kyleigh Ballard “had outstanding efforts in the water,” during the meet.