GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
Trojans come in 2nd: Chambersburg had five runners place in the top 41 and that was good enough to secure second place in the team standings at the Gettysburg Invitational on Saturday.
Camy Kiser had a big day, crossing the finish line first in a time of 18:23.2 for the 5,000-meter race.
Behind Kiser were Lexi Boyd, 10th in 19:49.6; Abi Bricker, 28th in 20:44.2; Emilea Alleman, 32nd in 21:01.8 and Emma Armstrong, 41st in 21:13.1.
Dallastown won the meet with 69 points, while the Trojans scored 111 points.
BOYS CROSS COUNTRY
Trojans just miss a win: Chambersburg fell just short of a team title at the Gettysburg Invitational on Saturday, ending up just five points shy of the champion, Cumberland Valley.
The Trojans scored 85 points to 80 for CV. Chambersburg’s top five runners were all in the top 32.
Ben Colli placed 9th (16:34.3), Ari Snyder took 10th (16:39.5), Nick Monheim was 15th (16:51.2), Karter Reath placed 20th (16:57.3) and Zack Yourkavitch came in 32nd (17:14.8).
Chambersburg 3, Lower Dauphin 1: The Trojans were tied 1-1 with the Falcons, but ran off wins in the next two games (25-20, 25-23) to take a non-league victory Saturday at CASHS Field House.
Chambersburg assistant coach Bobby Culler said, “This was a good overall team win. Lower Dauphin in big and controlled the net against us, but we made the adjustments that we needed to make. And we made the plays when we needed to make them.”
Kate Etter put up 19 assists, a block and 11 service points for the Trojans (6-7), while Raelyn Johnson got back in the lineup and helped with 6 kills and 19 digs. Ashli Ganoe had 7 points and 18 assists, and Morgan Stockslager had 8 kills and a block.
In addition, Emily Stutzman had 6 points, Addi Kegerreis (6 kills) and Cara Bratthauar each had a block, Trinity Rivera led in kills with 9 and Emily Marquez piled up 23 digs.
Bishop McDevitt 2, Chambersburg 1, OT: The Trojans lost their third game of the week, falling to the Crusaders in overtime in a non-league game Saturday morning at Trojan Stadium.
Aubrey Pyne scored a goal in the 9th minute to give Chambersburg (5-8-1) the lead early. She was assisted by Lily Cornwell. McDevitt tied the game just before halftime, then won it with a goal 9:45 into OT.
Bridget Kemerer made 6 saves for Chambersburg, which led in corner kicks, 6-0. Both teams took 9 shots.