Chambersburg 3, State College 0: The Trojans kept their momentum going Thursday evening at CASHS Field House by blanking State College in three games in a Mid Penn Commonwealth contest.
Chambersburg (4-1, 3-1 MPC) has now won three straight matches.
“We are learning and getting better as a team,” Trojan coach Marta Helfrick said. “We will continue to be more and confident in ourselves and our play to help us grow.”
The Trojans won games of 25-20, 25-17 and 25-22.
Chambersburg hit at a .411 clip, led by Jackson Stahl (9-for-13), Kyle Ganoe (7-for-7) and Camden Etter (6-for-8). Riley Laite also had six kills, while Luke Pogue had four kills and five block kills, and Ganoe had 3 block kills.
Cole Myers picked up 17 assists and Ganoe added 10, while Stahl led in digs with four. In the serving game, Stahl had 16 points and Myers 12, and Ganoe had two aces.
Helfrick said, “We did a great job as the match went on at being more and more aggressive at the net offensively and defensively. The guys really stepped to finish off Game 3.”
State College 6, Chambersburg 3: The Trojans took a 2-1 lead in the top of the fourth, but the Little Lions responded with two in the bottom half and never trailed again in a Mid Penn Commonwealth win Thursday.
Wyatt Kissel took the loss for Chambersburg (2-3, 0-3 MPC), allowing eight hits in 5 2/3 innings. Only three of the six runs he allowed were earned.
Hunter Stevens led off the fourth for the Trojans with a double to center, and Aaden Newman followed with a single. Wyatt Kissel drove in one run with a grounder, and Gavin Kissel singled in the second run.
Stevens had two of Chambersburg’s seven hits and both were doubles. Carter Fogal scored the final game on a wild pitch.
Lower Dauphin 22, Chambersburg 1: The Trojans had a rough day in a non-league game on the road against the Falcons on Thursday afternoon.
Micaiah White scored the only goal for Chambersburg (1-2), which was the first of her career.
Lower Dauphin 17, Chambersburg 1: The Trojans couldn’t get their offense going and were defeated in a non-league match by the Falcons at Trojan Stadium.
Chambersburg (1-3) got its lone goal from Dom Marangoni.
Mifflin County 5, Chambersburg 0: The Huskies dis not drop a set in their way to a shutout win over the Trojans on Thursday afternoon.
The two closest matches for Chambersburg (0-8) came at No. 2 singles (Hank Stouffer lost 6-3, 6-4) and at No. 2 doubles (David Sandell and Ethan Brandt fell 6-4, 6-3).