Chambersburg 3, Mifflin County 0: The Trojans did not allow more than 20 points in any of the three games and handed the Huskies a Mid Penn Commonwealth loss Monday night.
Chambersburg (4-2, 3-2 MPC) won games of 25-14, 25-20 and 25-18.
“It was a good team win and a lot of players contributed in positive ways,” Trojan assistant coach Bobby Culler said. “Mifflin County is a much-improved team and made us work for the win.”
Courtney Proulx, Marlee Wrights and Isabella Fidler each came up with 4 kills, and Wrights added 4 blocks for Chambersburg.
The top servers included Willa Moats (13 points, 5 aces), Rachael Meyers (6 points, 5 aces) and Robyn Stepler (5 points). Taylor Myers posted 14 digs and Raelyn Johnson had 10, while the assists leaders were Stepler (14) and Moats (13).
Trojans finish close 2nd: Waynesboro carded a total that was a single stroke better than Chambersburg in a Mid Penn Colonial match at Chambersburg Country Club on Monday afternoon to finish 1-2.
The win puts the Indians in great shape to wrest the Colonial crown away from the Trojans. With one match left, ‘Boro is 34-2 and Chambersburg is 32-4.
“It was a tight one and we came up on the wrong side,” Trojan coach Mark Yost said. “It’s been a tussle; after they won three in a row by big margins, we’ve tied and lost by one in the last two.”
Devin Smith was once again the medalist for Waynesboro, shooting a 5-over par 78.
For Chambersburg, Jacob Carlin led with an 82 to tie for second, Teegan Humelsine was fifth with an 83, Owen Reichelderfer shot 84 to tie for sixth, Elijah Snyder had 87 and Heather Sanbower had 91.
“We all played pretty consistent and were nicely bunched up,” Yost said. “It’s nice to get Jacob back on track.”
The Trojans’ Megan Brandt (90) had the best girls’ score. For James Buchanan, Caleb Reath shot 84 to tie for sixth. Shippensburg’s best score was by J.T. Thomas (96) and Sean Toomey’s 99 was the best for Greencastle-Antrim.
Cedar Cliff 4, Chambersburg 1: The Trojans (1-8, 0-3 MPC) won at No. 1 doubles and nearly pulled off a win in singles, but dropped a Mid Penn Commonwealth match to the Colts on Monday afternoon.
At No. 1 doubles, the Chambersburg team of Avery Wissinger and Aspen Kimberly blistered Cedar Cliff’s Morgan Faranov and Tori Purcell 6-1 in the first set, then closed them out 6-4 in the second.
No. 1 singles was a very close affair between the Trojans’ Kirsten Gerhart and the Colts’ Lauren Giovagnole. Gerhart won 7-6 in the opening set, but then suffered narrow 6-4, 6-4 losses in the next two sets.