Chambersburg 1, Greencastle-Antrim 0: The Trojans notched a goal in the second half and made it stand up to defeat Greencastle in a non-league game Monday night at Trojan Stadium and end a long non-winning streak.
Ashlyn Barton sent a pass to Jayden Seilhamer, and Seilhamer knocked it into the cage for the game-winner with 12:05 left.
“We were able to fight and finish a great opportunity inside the circle,” Chambersburg coach Dani Clutter said. “We did some really nice things on offense and defense.
“The girls fought really hard tonight — players on both teams.”
The Trojans had a first-half goal called back. Goalie Katelin Secrist had two saves.
Chambersburg 3, Wilson 2: The Trojans earned a big non-league win on the road Monday night, winning the decisive fifth game 15-13 to upend the Bulldogs.
“This was a very competitive match between two comparable teams,” Chambersburg assistant coach Bobby Culler said. “Our girls never gave up; they worked hard on offense and defense. This was a good team win.”
The Trojans (2-1) won the first game 25-21 and the third 25-21, but Wilson tied it up with a 25-20 win in Game 4.
Isabella Fidler put up a bunch of numbers, including 12 kills, 17 digs, 12 service points and five aces.
Also for Chambersburg, Taylor Myers had 24 digs; Willa Moats had 14 points, 21 assists and 9 digs; Marlee Wrights contributed 14 kills and 5 blocks; Rachael Meyers had 9 kills and 3 blocks; Raelyn Johnson put up 8 points, 8 kills and 18 digs; and Robyn Stepler had 11 points, 2aces and 24 assists.
Trojans reach semifinals: In Saturday’s Dallastown Tournament, Chambersburg won its pool, but was knocked out in the semifinals, 25-19 by Central York, which went on to lose to the host Wildcats in the championship match.
In pool play, the Trojans split with Manheim Central (25-20, 20-25) and Spring Grove (25-23, 20-25) and beat Central York (25-17, 25-18) and Northeastern (25-13, 25-23) by 2-0 scores.
“It was a rollercoaster ride throughout the day, but it was a chance to get some good play in,” Trojan assistant coach Bobby Culler said.
Leaders in stats for the Trojans included Robyn Stepler (7 points, 3 aces, 16 assists, 17 digs); Willa Moats (24 points, 10 aces, 25 assists, 18 digs); Isabella Fidler (16 points, 7 aces, 13 kills, 16 digs, 3 blocks); Raelyn Johnson (17 points, 9 aces, 9 kills, 26 digs); Rachael Meyers (15 points, 24 digs) and Marlee Wrights (7 kills, 4 blocks).
Lower Dauphin 1, Chambersburg 0: The Falcons scored the non-league game’s only goal with about 8 minutes remaining Monday night to hand the Trojans their first loss of the season.
LD out-shot Chambersburg 12-5 and forced goalkeeper Garrett Carter to make 9 saves. The Trojans are 3-1.
“They were definitely a quality side,” Trojan coach Corey Grove said. “They’ve had some great teams in the past few years and this year is no different. I was extremely proud of my boys tonight with their effort and belief.
“I thought defensively we made their lives difficult and stayed organized. Garrett had a nice game with a couple of crucial saves. And I thought Tanner (Luther) and Caleb (Gayman) played great games at centerback.”