Boys Lacrosse

Chambersburg roundup: Track teams swamp Central Dauphin

Chambersburg 126, Central Dauphin 23: The Trojans won all but two events to throttle the Rams in a Mid Penn Commonwealth meet Tuesday at Trojan Stadium.

Jayden Jones

Jayden Jones had a big day, winning the 100 in 10.9, the 200 in 22.2 and the long jump in 20-9.25, plus anchoring the 4 x 100 relay (with Kevin Lee, Kenan Korkutovic and Tanner Luther) in 44.0. Korkutovic was second in the 100 and 200 and anchored the 4 x 400 to a win in 3:34.9 (with Edis Korkutovic, Luther and Zack Yourkavitch).

“Jayden and Kenan made a nice 1-2 in the sprints and the 4 x 4 made significant improvement,” Chambersburg coach Bob Walker said. “Coach Boyer’s athletes ran nice times to sweep both hurdles events.”

Darion Baumgardner won both hurdles races, the 100 (15.3) and 300 (44.2). Brayden Boyd ran a 4:33 to win the 1600.

Walker said, “He did all the work himself to run a nice early-season mile time.”

Also winning for the Trojans (2-0, 2-0 MPC) were Edis Korkutovic (400, 54.4), Nick Monheim (10:27.2), the 4 x 800 team of Ben Colli, Billy Prentice, Boyd and Yourkavitch (12:02.9), James Lilley (discus, 117-11), Tanner Myers (high jump, 5-10), Aidan Coffey (pole vault, 10-6), Josh Mertz (shot put, 40-11) and Rhaigeon Parker (triple jump, 40-4).

Chambersburg 120, Central Dauphin 29: The Trojans performed well in all areas and handed the Rams a blowout defeat in a Mid Penn Commonwealth meet Tuesday at Trojan Stadium.

Josey Reineman

Chambersburg (2-0, 2-0 MPC) came up with four double-event winners — Natalia Holmes (100 in 12.5 and 200 in 26.5), Camy Kiser (800 in 2:24.9 and 1600 in 5:20.6), Kate Etter (300 hurdles in 52.0 and triple jump in 33-10) and Kaleah Leisher (discus in 93-8 and shot put in 29-6.5).

“We had some really nice performances today,” Trojan coach Chris Monheim said. “I think the biggest highlights would be Josey Reineman’s personal best in the high jump (5-3) and Kiser with a personal best in the 800.

“Holmes winning twice and Leisher winning the two throws were good, and both the 4 x 100 and 4 x 400 relays had their best times of the season.”

The 4 x 100 team (49.8) included Holmes, Tayah Warren, Shannelle Burrowes and Jacelyn Jones, the 4 x 400 team (4:13.5) was Burrowes, Kiser, Maddie Hinton and Warren, and the first-place 4 x 800 team (12:47.7) included Samantha Faust, Emma Armstrong, Emelia Alleman and Abigale Bricker.

Also earning wins were Jacelyn Jones (400, 1:07.3), Oilvia Rieck (3200, 11:57.4) and Burrowes (long jump, 17-0).

Chambersburg 17, Altoona 0: The trip lasted much longer than the game Tuesday afternoon as the Trojans swamped the Mountain Lions in a three-inning game.

Katie Robinson

Mackenzie Stake gave up only one hit and no walks and struck out seven for the Trojans.

Meanwhile, the offense tore into Altoona’s pitching right away, scoring 12 runs in the first inning and five more in the second.

“We came off the bus swinging the bat after a two-hour, 20-minute ride,” Trojan coach Chris Skultety said. “12 runs on 12 hits in the first inning sure was a nice way to set the tone. I was happy to see us play to the high level we expect every time we take the field no matter the opponent.”

Alyssa Brechbill and Katie Robinson each crushed two-run home runs in the first inning. Mackenzie Kohler was 3-for-3, Erin Pattillo, Hannah Runk, Robinson and Morgan Stockslager were each 2-for-2, Kenzie Boyd and Samantha Paetow were each 2-for-3 and Brechbill was 2-for-4.

Brechbill had 3 RBIs and Runk, Boyd, Paetow and Robinson had 2 each. Pattillo, Boyd, Paetow and Stockslager hit doubles.

Thursday’s home game vs. State College has been postponed because of a COVID issue with the Little Lions.

Chambersburg 3, CD East 1: The Trojans ran their record to 3-1 (2-1 MPC) by using an early 2-0 lead to help defeat the Panthers in a Mid Penn Commonwealth match on the road Tuesday evening.

Camden Etter

The Trojans won 25-17 twice, but dropped the third game, 25-18. A 25-15 win clinched it in four.

“East was scrappy and made us earn points that we weren’t capitalizing on and we lost a set,” Chambersburg coach Marta Helfrick said. “We did bounce back in game 4 and looked like we were having fun and, naturally, more things fell in line.”

Camden Etter led in kills with 11, while Luke Pogue and Jackson Stahl each had 9 — Pogue connected on 9 of his 10 attacks and Etter on 11 of 16. Etter and Kyle Ganoe each had 3 block kills.

Ganoe had 15 assists and 5 digs, Cole Myers 18 assists and 3 digs and Stahl had 4 digs. In service points, Myers had 14, Stahl and Wyatt McMullen had 10 each and Riley Laite had 7 aces.

Helfrick said, “We struggled to serve tough and find consistency. Overall, there were some great offensive highlights, but we need to find a way to always be on the same page regardless of the opponent on the other side of the net.”

Cumberland Valley 18, Chambersburg 1: The Eagles rolled to a 14-0 halftime lead in a Mid Penn Commonwealth game Tuesday.

For the Trojans (1-2, 1-1 MPC), Dom Marangoni scored unassisted to break up the shutout.

Hank Stouffer

Northern York 4, Chambersburg 1: Playing without their No. 1 player, the Trojans dropped a non-league decision to Northern York on Tuesday afternoon at Norlo Park.

Hank Stouffer moved up from doubles to No. 3 singles and picked up the only win for Chambersburg (0-7). He defeated Collin Brennon, 6-1, 6-4.

The Trojans dropped close matches at No. 1 and No. 2, with Kadyn Taylor and Marcus Rahauser falling in three-set tiebreakers, Taylor 10-6 and Rahauser 10-8.

Both doubles matches were also close, with Bradley Stahl and Paul Hance losing 7-6, 7-6, and No. 2 David Sandell and Noah Yost falling 6-2, 6-3.