Greencastle-Antrim 3, Boiling Springs 0: The Blue Devils won a comfortable match Monday evening at Boiling Springs, holding the Bubblers to no more than 11 points in any game of the Mid Penn Colonial match. The scores were 25-10, 25-11 and 25-11.
“The girls controlled the game from the start, played smart ball and served tough,” G-A coach Corry Eagler said.
Greencastle (4-3) racked up 17 aces, including 3 each by Gracie Trobaugh, Ryleigh Davis and Kate Furnish. Alayna Welsh had 10 service points and Madeline Eagler produced 8.
At the net, the 27 kills were spread between nine players, with Furnish getting 7 to lead the pack. Hannah Russell put down 5 kills and Kiley Burkholder had 4. Welsh led with 11 digs and Eagler had 17 assists.
Greencastle-Antrim 9, Shippensburg 1: Seven Blue Devil players hit the back of the net and three more contributed assists in a Mid Penn Colonial rout over the Greyhounds on Monday evening at Kaley Field.
Avery Parks was the only player to score more than one goal, with two. Tallying one goal each were Maddie Koons, Olivia Russell, Abbie Wolfe, Courtney Andruczk, Rylee Henson and Mary Murray. Shippensburg also gave up an own goal.
Also for Greencastle (6-1, 5-0 MPC), winners of five straight, Haley Noblit was credited with a pair of assists and Kendyl Moats and Nathalie Hanks had one assist each.
Shippensburg 3, Greencastle-Antrim 0: The Blue Devils were defeated by the Greyhounds in a Mid Penn Colonial game on Monday evening.
Gavin Davidson made 8 saves for Greencastle (3-4-1, 2-3-1 MPC).
For the Hounds, Garrett Courson, Spencer Edey and Zayin Clugh had goals, and Kade Rumbaugh made 6 saves.
Golfers compete in Mid Penns: The Mid Penn Conference held its championship tournament at Royal Manchester G.C. on Monday. Greencastle’s Shea Toomey came close to qualifying for the District 3 Championships.
Toomey shot 88 to tie for 21st place. Four players shot that score and only one qualified. Also for the Blue Devils, Cooper Swam shot 91 and Levi Tennison posted a 94.
Waynesboro took fourth place in the team standings and qualified Tyler Fortney and Dylan Byers for districts. Fortney fired a 4-over par 76, which included birdies on holes No. 1, 2, 3 and 7. He had nines of 36-40. Byers shot an 86. Also for the Indians, Eli Beck had 88, Ella Lowery 90 and Evan Stein 90.
Shippensburg’s Vince Kunkle scored 93 and teammate Jeremy Thomas had a 95. Tyler Black of Bishop McDevitt shot 73 to win the event.