Chambersburg 3, Cumberland Valley 2: The Trojans and Eagles played a wild and woolly, back-and-forth Mid Penn Commonwealth match at the CV Dome on Tuesday night, and Chambersburg pulled out a huge upset victory over previously-unbeaten CV.
The Trojans (7-7, 3-6 MPC) have now played five five-game matches in their last eight contests and have won four of them.
Chambersburg won the first two games, 28-26 and 25-22, but Cumberland Valley (11-1) took the next two, 25-18 and 28-26. In the fifth, the Trojans led 12-10 and then 12-11, but then ripped off the final three points to capture the match.
“This was such a high level match from both teams,” Trojan assistant coach Bobby Culler said. “Both teams executed extremely well, played incredible defense and terminated plays throughout the whole match. I’m excited for our girls and it shows the level at which we can play. What a huge win tonight.”
Kate Etter and Trinity Rivera each led in two categories — Etter had 13 service points and 27 assists, while Rivera made 15 kills and racked up 26 digs. Etter also had 18 digs and Rivera had 10 points.
In addition, Ashli Ganoe had 12 points and 17 assists, Raelyn Johnson dug up 22 balls and had 10 kills, Morgan Stockslager cracked 13 kills and added 2 blocks, Emily Marquez had 21 digs, Addi Kegerries blocked 5 balls and Cara Bratthauar had 2 blocks.
Cumberland Valley 3, Chambersburg 1: The Trojans scored a goal for the fourth straight game after scoring only one in their first eight games, but were defeated by the Eagles in a Mid Penn Commonwealth game Tuesday at Trojan Stadium.
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