Boys Volleyball

Chambersburg roundup: Track teams easily sweep Harrisburg

GIRLS TRACK & FIELD
Chambersburg 124, Harrisburg 25: The Trojans scored their highest total of points for the season in a rout of Harrisburg on Tuesday afternoon in a Mid Penn Commonwealth meet at Trojan Stadium.

Natalia Holmes

Chambersburg (5-1, 5-1 MPC) nearly blanked the Cougars in the track events, outscoring them 86-1.

Double winners included Natalia Holmes (100 in 12.7; 200 in 26.4), Camy Kiser in the 800 (2:24.2) and 1600 (5:29.6), Shanelle Burrowes (400 in 1:02.9; long jump in 17-8.5) and Kate Etter in the 300 hurdles (52.4) and triple jump (35-3).

Also on the track, Yosmary Cabrera-Reyes won her first event, the 100 hurdles in 18.6, Olivia Rieck took the 3200 in 12:16.3, Cayce Elbin won the pole vault at 8-0 and Josey Reineman was first in the high jump at 5-0.

The Trojans also won all three relays, including setting a school record. The 4 x 800 (Jocelyn Shields, Emma Grove, Emma Armstrong and Samantha Faust, 12:53.9), the 4 x 400 (Lexi Boyd, Maddie Kinton, Keira Whitehead and Kiser, 4:24.4) and the 4 x 100 (Holmes, Tayah Warren, Aniyah Jones and Burrowes, 48.5).

The 4 x 100 time was a school record. The previous best came in 2012 when the team of Marshay Ryan, Miana Harrison, McKensi Washabaugh and Jessica Whitmore posted a 48.84. Tuesday’s hand-held time of 48.5 becomes 48.74.

Brayden Boyd

BOYS TRACK & FIELD
Chambersburg 120, Harrisburg 29: Jayden Jones earned three first-place finishes and anchored a winning relay team to help the Trojans cruise to a comfortable win over Harrisburg in a Mid Penn Commonwealth meet at Trojan Stadium on Tuesday afternoon.

Jones took first in the 100 in 10.9, the 200 in 24.0 and the long jump with a leap of 19-5, then was the finisher for the 4 x 100 relay team of Darion Baumgardner, Kenan Korkutovic and Kevin Lee that was timed in 43.4.

Josh Mertz claimed wins in two throwing events, the javelin (148-7) and the shot put (46-5.5). Brayden Boyd also picked up a pair of victories, taking the 1600 in 4:36.1 and the 3200 in 10:53.1.

Five other athletes for Chambersburg (5-1, 5-1 MPC) earned wins — James Lilley in the discus (127-3), Tanner Meyers in the high jump (5-7), Rhaigeon Parker in the triple jump (40-4), Edis Korkutovic in the 300 hurdles (42.8) and Ben Colli in the 800 (2:09.4).

In addition, the 4 x 800 relay team of Roberto Orihuela, Caleb Owens, Tadgh Pooler and Judge Reick won in 10:18.5.

SOFTBALL
Chambersburg 11, State College 2: For the third time in 10 days, the Trojans squared off against the Little Lions, and won for the third time, in a Mid Penn Commonwealth game Tuesday on the road.

Ashli Ganoe

The Trojans (13-1, 9-1 MPC) scored two runs in the first inning, five in the second and three in the third to take control. Erin Pattillo started the game on the mound and went five innings, allowing no runs, five hits and two walks while striking out four.

A pair of Chambersburg players were 4-for-4 — Hannah Runk had a double and three runs batted in and Ashli Ganoe had four singles.

Also, Pattillo was 3-for-4 with two runs knocked in, Katie Robinson was 2-for-3 with a double and her second home run of the season, and Samantha Paetow drove in three runs.

“We decided to shuffle the bottom of the lineup to give some other girls a chance to produce and they did,” Trojan coach Chris Skultety said. “Robinson, Ganoe and (Mackenzie) Stake (1-for-2, RBI) all had nice games to turn the order over to our big guns. Pattillo continues to set the table and Runk just keeps crushing it.

“The girls keep playing hard and are getting better every day. We have put ourselves in great position and now just have to finish.”

BOYS VOLLEYBALL
Central Dauphin 3, Chambersburg 0: The Rams proved to be too strong Tuesday evening and collected wins of 25-17, 25-18 and 25-14 to defeat the Trojans in a Mid Penn Commonwealth match.

“CD is tough, a good team; they pass well and have a good offense,” Chambersburg coach Marta Helfrick said. “They found holes in our defense and we couldn’t overcome that. They spread us thin with their blocking and when we had opportunities to finish, we made too many errors.”

For the Trojans (9-6, 8-5 MPC), who have dropped three straight matches, Luke Pogue led in blocks with three, Jackson Stahl and Kyle Ganoe each had six digs, Riley Laite had one ace, Stahl had 11 service points, Cole Myers put up 22 assists and Ganoe (8) and Laite (7) were the kills leaders.

GIRLS LACROSSE
Carlisle 24, Chambersburg 3: The Thundering Herd ran up a big score on the Trojans in a Mid Penn Commonwealth game Tuesday evening at Carlisle.

For the Trojans (1-12, 1-4 MPC), Emma Grimm stuck in a pair of goals and Ridglee Flohr posted the other score. Grimm leads the team with 17 goals and Flohr is next with 10.