Waynesboro 9, Chambersburg 3: The Indians scored five runs in the third inning to take control and ended up earning a 9-3 non-league victory over the Trojans in Waynesboro on Monday afternoon.
Chambersburg (2-7) did not score until the seventh inning. Singles by Evan Wagaman, Carter Fogal and Dru Bowling loaded the bases with one out. Jaile Cabrera-Reyes walked to bring in a run, and Aaden Newman grounded into a fielder’s choice, with two runs coring on the play after a Waynesboro error.
Bowling finished 3-for-4 for the Trojans, while Bryce Folmar was charged with the pitching defeat.
For the Indians (6-2), Aaron King was 3-for-3, while Bryce Shaffer and Josh Clapsaddle were each 2-for-3. Shaffer drove in four runs from his leadoff spot with the help of two triples and a sacrifice fly.
Maddox Brooks pitched the first 6 1/3 innings to gain the win, allowing two runs and seven hits and striking out nine.
Saturday, Chambersburg was defeated 11-0 by Central Dauphin in a Mid Penn Commonwealth game.
Red Land 21, Chambersburg 5: The Trojans were defeated in a non-league away game on Monday afternoon by the Patriots.
For Chambersburg (1-7), Riley Schaeffer had his most productive game of the season, scoring three goals and adding an assist.
Dom Marangoni cashed in for a goal and assisted on two more, and he nearly had another goal at the final whistle, but it was waved off.
Also for the Trojans, Brady Kunkleman had two assists and Sam Kunkleman scored a goal.
Red Land 23, Chambersburg 3: The Trojans couldn’t get it going against Red Land in a non-league game at Trojan Stadium on Monday night.
For Chambersburg (1-6), Emma Grimm scored two goals and Ridglee Flohr had the other tally.
Central Dauphin 5, Chambersburg 0: The Trojans were not able to win more than one game in any set against Central Dauphin in a Mid Penn Commonwealth match Monday afternoon.
The No. 2 singles player for Chambersburg (1-11, 1-5 MPC), Kadyn Taylor, fell 6-1, 6-1 to CD’s Zach Greene, while at No. 3, Marcus Rahauser lost by the same score to Mason Weller.
Sam Vessah at No. 1, and both doubles teams — Hank Stouffer and Paul Hance at No. 1 and Bradley Stahl and Noah Yost at No. 2 — were beaten 6-0, 6-1.
Waynesboro at Chambersburg: The game was postponed because several Waynesboro players developed COVID issues.