Chambersburg 3, Mifflin County 0: The Trojans rolled to wins of 25-16, 25-17 and 25-16 to defeat Mifflin County in a Mid Penn Commonwealth match Monday evening.
Chambersburg (6-3, 6-3 MPC) won its fourth straight match.
“Tonight was the last home match for this group of seniors and it was great giving them all a chance to play and contribute,” Chambersburg coach Ty Frelin said. “These girls have been with this program for a long time, so it will be sad to see them go. Great kids.”
Robyn Stepler led in serving with 17 points, including 4 aces. Hannah Mills added 6 points and Willa Moats had 5, with 4 aces. At the net, Sadie Stockslager blocked 5 balls and Raelyn Johnson had 2, while kills leaders were Marlee Wrights (7) and Rachael Meyers (5).
Moats (13) and Stepler (12) shared the assists, while the digs leaders were Johnson (15), Josie Reineman (7) and Mills (7).
Cumberland Valley 4, Chambersburg 0: The Trojans (0-9, 0-9 MPC) put up a battle against the Eagles (7-3-1, 7-2-1 MPC), but were shut out in a Mid Penn Commonwealth game Monday afternoon.
“The girls played their best game to date,” Chambersburg coach Makenzie Magnotta said. “Kenzie Boyd was unstoppable in the midfield. Lexi Fretz worked hard on the forward end, and our defense of Amber Pyne, CeJay Coco and Carly Benedict did a great job marking in the circle. Our goalie, Emma Moschetti, had a season-high of 12 saves. Every girl contributed in tonight’s game.”