Boys Lacrosse

Chambersburg roundup: Boys tennis team fights for win vs. Huskies

Paul Hance

Chambersburg 4, Mifflin County 1: The Trojans and Huskies hooked up in a very competitive non-league match Monday afternoon at Norlo Park — with two matches going to a third set — and Chambersburg earned victories in four of the five matches.

Mifflin County’s Jaron Yoder prevailed in three sets over the Trojans’ Ian Flores, with scores of 6-2, 2-6, 7-5, at No. 1 singles. But in the other three-setter, at No. 3 singles, Chambersburg’s Marcus Rahauser pulled out a 6-4, 5-7, 6-4 win.

In the other singles match, No. 2, Paul Hance picked up 6-2, 7-5 win over the Huskies’ Quinn Miller.

The Trojans (3-10) wrapped up the team win with victories in both doubles matches. Noah Yost and Bradley Stahl combined for a 6-3, 6-2 win at No. 1 and Lance Jacobs and Decklin Myers picked up a 7-6, 6-1 verdict.


New Oxford 22, Chambersburg 3: The Trojans hosted the Colonials in a non-league contest on Monday night at Trojan Stadium and were defeated.

Hannah Woolf scored two goals for Chambersburg (2-8) and Gabriella Sabatino added the third.

Dylan Barefoot

New Oxford 12, Chambersburg 6: The Colonials won the faceoff battle, 21-2, and that was the difference when the Trojans traveled to New Oxford for a non-league game Monday night.

“We went up 3-0, then they made adjustments, and there’s not really much you can do if they get the ball back after every goal,” Chambersburg coach Joey Wilmot said. “Our defense played great, but (New Oxford) had the ball the entire game, and then we gave them some easy ones after turning the ball over on clears.”

The three starting defenders are Shea Makosy (4 groundballs, 3 caused turnovers), Owen Shearer (3, 3) and Dylan Barefoot (5, 3). The goalies — Raudel Perez (10 saves) and Kristian Freeman (9 saves) — each played a half.

Dom Marangoni led Chambersburg (4-6) with two goals and three assists, plus eight groundballs and 3 forced turnovers.  Sam Kunkleman had two goals and an assist, Garrett Iser scored his first career goal and Chase Martin also found the net.

Andrew Holtry

Central Dauphin East 3, Chambersburg 1: The Panthers made up for an earlier 3-0 defeat against the Trojans by winning a Mid Penn Commonwealth match Monday night in four games.

Chambersburg (1-7, 1-7 MPC) pulled out the second game, 27-25, but CD East won the other games, 25-20, 25-22 and 25-21.

“CD East had two solid outsides, who were impressive offensively, and we struggled to slow them down,” Trojan coach Ray Frazer said. “Andrew Holtry had an impressive night with 13 kills and hit a 692% kill percentage out of the middle. We struggled on the pins and as the match went, on our defense struggled.”
Cole Myers contributed 9 kills and also had 13 assists, 11 digs and 19 service points, while Reed Myers put up 15 assists and 12 points. Holtry also had 3 blocks and 10 points.
Also for the Trojans, Wyatt McMullen had 9 digs and 18 points and Kerlyn Reyes had 14 digs and 19 points.