GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
Chambersburg 18, Central Dauphin 45; Chambersburg 15, Lower Dauphin 47: The Trojans romped to a win over Central Dauphin to complete an unbeaten season in the Mid Penn Commonwealth Division, then tacked on a non-league win over Lower Dauphin on Tuesday afternoon.
“I’m real proud of this group for putting together two straight undefeated Commonwealth championships,” Chambersburg coach Chris Monheim said. “Looking forward to the postseason, it will be tough to move on to states, but we should definitely have a shot.”
Despite missing two of their normal top seven runners, the Trojans (7-0, 6-0 MPC) still had six runners in the top seven finishers.
Camy Kiser won the race in 21:38.6 and was followed by teammate Lexi Boyd (21:46.6). After a CD runner, Chambersburg’s Allie List (22:32.8), Emilea Alleman (22:34.1), Emma Armstrong (22:58.4) and Taylor Atkinson (23:01.7) crossed the line in fourth through seventh place.
BOYS CROSS COUNTRY
Chambersburg 20, Central Dauphin 43; Chambersburg 22, Lower Dauphin 35: The Trojans finished the dual meet season on a high note by taking a Mid Penn Commonwealth win over the Rams, and a non-league victory over the Falcons.
The Trojans finished 6-1 overall and 5-1 in the division.
Ben Colli placed second in the race with a time of 17:39, followed by Ari Snyder in third, in 17:52. Also in the top 11 were Billy Prentice (6th, 18:15), Nick Monheim (7th, 18:28), Karter Reath (9th, 18:38) and Zack Yourkavitch (11th, 18:54).
State College 3, Chambersburg 2: The Trojans took a strong Little Lion team to a fifth game on Tuesday in a Mid Penn Commonwealth scrap, but State College pulled out a 15-7 win in the deciding set.
It was back-and-forth match, with Chambersburg falling 25-13, winning 25-23 and 25-23, then SC tying it with a 25-18 win.
“We played hard tonight against a very good State College team,” Trojan coach Ty Frelin said. “They served us tough, which kept us out of system a lot. But we showed a lot of character and determination to force it to a five-set match.”
Kate Etter was all over the stat sheet, with 7 service points, 2 blocks, 6 kills and 6 assists. Emily Marquez (22), Trinity Rivera (19) and Ashli Ganoe (14) led the team in digs.
Also for Chambersburg (3-5, 1-4 MPC), Ganoe and Rivera each had 7 points, Rivera led with 9 kills, Addi Kegerreis had 2 blocks and Ganoe had 13 assists.
Central Dauphin 5, Chambersburg 0: The Rams won a Mid Penn Commonwealth match on Tuesday. The Trojans are 2-8 (1-4 MPC).
Sarah Vessah lost another three-setter at No. 1 singles, 6-4, 6-1, 6-1 to CD’s Lauryn Chotiner. At No. 3, the Trojans’ Avery Wissinger was defeated 6-3, 6-3.
The No. 1 doubles team of Reese Miller and Aspen Kimberly fell 7-6, 6-1, and the No. 2 team of Sophie Forrester and Grace Fiegl lost 6-1, 6-3.