Boys Soccer

Chambersburg rdp 10/3: CV sweeps Trojans in soccer; volleyball rolls

GIRLS SOCCER
Cumberland Valley 1, Chambersburg 0: A goal with 10:45 remaining in the second half lifted the Eagles over the Trojans in a Mid Penn Commonwealth game Thursday night at Trojan Stadium, ending a six-game win streak for Chambersburg (8-5, 6-4 MPC).

Ashley Bawell

Ashley Bawell

Georgia Mantione scored the goal for CV (12-1-1, 9-0-1 MPC), which had beaten Chambersburg 8-0 earlier this year.

“That was a real tough loss,” Trojan coach Ed Franchi said. “We limited their chances for most of the game, but lost on a fluke goal. That was especially hard because we had what we thought was a goal a few minutes before that, but the official ruled that their keeper had possession.

“I was very proud of the way we played. The defense was strong the entire game again, and Katarina Betris and Ashley Bawell played outstanding. The girls need to keep their heads up high, be proud of the way they played and play like that the rest of the year.”

BOYS SOCCER
Cumberland Valley 2, Chambersburg 0: The Eagles scored a goal in each half to hand the Trojans a 2-0 Mid Penn Commonwealth defeat Thursday evening.

Eric Leach and Miller Masson had the goals for CV (10-2, 8-1 MPC). Chambersburg falls to 8-4 (6-3 MPC).

Trojan coach Corey Grove said, “I thought we played well; really competed and showed some grit. I had us out-shooting them 13-12, but we just had two mistakes they capitalized on.

“Overall, I was happy with our performance and I think we’ve proven to ourselves that we can hang with some of the best teams in the state.”

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL
Chambersburg 3, Red Land 0: The Trojans (11-4, 7-4 MPC) rolled to wins of 25-10, 25-23 and 25-11 to post a Mid Penn Commonwealth victory over Red Land on Thursday night.

Josey Reineman

Josey Reineman

Chambersburg assistant coach Bobby Culler said, “We came out pretty focused tonight. We passed extremely well out of serve receive, which allowed us to execute offensively very efficiently. It was a good match to give everybody some playing time.”

Taylor Myers led in service points with 12, including 4 aces, and also led in digs with 14. Robyn Stepler picked up 11 points (5 aces), 4 kills and 8 assists, while Willa Moats had 9 points, 12 assists and 8 digs.

Rachael Meyers led in kills with 7 and had 3 blocks, while fellow middle Marlee Wrights blocked 4 and had 3 kills. Josey Reineman and Isabella Fidler each made 3 kills, and Raelyn Johnson dug up 10 balls.