Boys Volleyball

Chambersburg roundup for 4/3

Chambersburg 15, CD East 14: The Trojans led 10-6 at halftime, then held on to defeat Central Dauphin East in a Mid Penn game Tuesday.

Hannah Raines led Chambersburg (1-2, 1-2 MPC) with 6 goals and 2 assists.

Cameron Stouffer contributed 4 goals and an assist and Rachel Dusman had 3 goals and a helper. Also scoring were Ashlyn Bothe and Barrett Cross, while Mckenzie Miller had 2 assists. Goalie Micaela Champion posted 13 saves.

Cumberland Valley 3, Chambersburg 0: The Trojans kept it close in the first two games, but dropped a Mid Penn Commonwealth match to the Eagles on Tuesday.

CV won games of 25-21, 25-23 and 25-17. Trey Stepler led Chambersburg (1-2, 1-2 MPC) with 10 digs and 4 kills, while Steven Swain (2 aces) and Will Simmers each had 7 kills and Colton Wright had 10 digs.

Trojan coach Paul Schlabach said, “We fought with Cumberland Valley to keep it close in the first two games, but we came out flat the third game and couldn’t make a comeback once we were down.  Our passing was not good enough, so our hitters were unable to get consistent looks, and our hitting suffered. ”

State College 86, Chambersburg 63: The Trojans won half of the events, but the Little Lions used superior depth to gain the Mid Penn Commonwealth meet victory Tuesday. Chambersburg did defeat Harrisburg, but the score was unavailable due to Harrisburg not submitting names.

The Trojans (2-1, 2-1 MPC) had a trio of double winners — Tyeshawn Worrell (100, 11.2; 200, 23.01, Trentin Overcash (1600, 4:45.43; 3200, 10:29.97, and Brock Harmon (shot put, 47-3.5; discus, 124-4).

Also taking wins were Nate Reed (javelin, 156-7), Luke Myers (400, 53.28) and the 4 x 800 relay team of James Merkle, Aaron Maynard, Overcash and Myers (8:19.10).

State College 81, Chambersburg 69: The Trojans got first-place finishes from eight different girls, but were defeated by State College. Harrisburg competed, and Chambersburg beat the Cougars, but a score was not available.

Abby Yourkavitch was the only double winner for the Trojans (2-1, 2-1 MPC), taking the 1600 in 5:07.72 and the 3200 in 10:57.87.

Also placing first were Sydnie Gilbert in the 100 hurdles (16.82), Bre’ya Clopper in the 300 hurdles, Kiera Whitehead in the 800 (2:36.61), Aliyah Johnson in the shot put (27-8), Deja Winkler in the discus (83-9), Brynn Vandegriff in the javelin (105-6) and Shanelle Burrowes in the high jump (4-4).