BOYS TRACK & FIELD
Chambersburg 103, Central Dauphin East 47: The Trojans earned wins in 12 of the 18 events Tuesday afternoon at Trojan Stadium to take care of the Panthers in a Mid Penn Commonwealth meet.
Chambersburg (5-1, 5-1 MPC) got two wins from J.J. Kelly, in the high jump (5-8) and triple jump (42-7.25). James Lilley won the discus with a career-best throw of 142-4, and Josh Mertz took the javelin with a career-best toss of 150-7. Also in the javelin, Josh Grillo threw 142-5 to take second, and his distance was the best throw for a freshman since former all-stater Anthony Hoover in the 1990s.
In the shot put, CD East’s Tony Powell moved into first place on his last throw, but then on his last toss, Chambersburg’s Sedrick Vessah beat him with a distance of 47-5.25.
“Michael Kelly and Edis Korkutovic continue to dominate in the hurdle events, and our distance runners and throwers scored a lot of points today,” Trojan coach Bob Walker said.
Michael Kelly took the 110 hurdles in 15.2 and Korkutovic won the 300 in 40.0.
Also scoring wins for Chambersburg were Ari Snyder (1600, 4:44.8), Zack Yourkavitch (400, 53.1), Ben Colli (800, 2:07.3), and Antonio Santiago (pole vault, 9-6). The 4 x 800 team of Tadhg Pooler, Billy Prentice, Ryan Benbow and Kaden Rife won in 9:15.7.
GIRLS TRACK & FIELD
Chambersburg 132, Central Dauphin East 18: Four Trojan girls picked up two individual wins each and their team won in a rout over the Panthers in a Mid Penn Commonwealth meet at Trojan Stadium on Tuesday afternoon.
Double winners included Jahnaya Wimberley in the high jump (4-6) and long jump (16-5.5); Kaleah Leisher in the discus (97-2) and shot put (30-8.5); Natalia Holmes in the 100 (12.4) and 200 (26.2); and Yosmary Cabrera in the 400 (1:04) and 100 hurdles (17.5).
Chambersburg (5-1, 5-1 MPC) swamped CD East in the field events, 62-1.
Also winning events for the Trojans were Ella Fatyol in the 300 hurdles (50.0), Lexi Boyd in the 1600 (5:31.2), Camryn Kiser in the 800 (2:23.2), Samantha Faust in the 3200 (12:38.6), Ashley Gunkleman in the javelin (86-4), Kate Etter in the triple jump (35-3.5) and Cayce Elbin in the pole vault (8-9).
The 4 x 800 team of Abbi Bricker, Jayla Womack, Jocelyn Shields and Fernanda Orihuela won in 11:16.1, while the 4 x 400 team of Allie List, Boyd, Kali Hughes and Kiser turned in a time of 4:23.1.
Trinity 24, Chambersburg 9: The Trojans played much better in the second half, but by that time the Shamrocks had taken an 18-5 lead in a non-league game in Shiresmantown on Tuesday afternoon.
“We were a very different team in the second half — we scored four goals and they scored six,” Chambersburg coach Keara Allshouse said. “Our defense worked really hard to slow down many fast breaks and our attack played smart offense. I know we can take the positive energy forward into our next game.”
Gabriella Sabatino tallied four goals and added two assists for the Trojans (2-9) — her third game this season with four goals. Hannah Woolf found the net on three of her shots and Ridglee Flohr contributed two goals and a pair of assists.
Goalie Ellie Nicklas made 12 saves.
State College 3, Chambersburg 0: The Trojans hosted the Little Lions in a Mid Penn Commonwealth match on Tuesday night and State College made the long trip home after a victory.
Chambersburg (1-8, 1-8 MPC) dropped games of 25-17, 25-19 and 25-12.
“We were up for most of the first game, but then State College got on a service run and never looked back,” Trojan coach Ray Frazer said. “State College continued to serve well through the second game and started with an 8-2 lead. We fought back at the end, but couldn’t close the difference. The third game we made a lot of service errors which took us out of the game.”
Wyatt McMullen led in service points with 13, while Vincent Lin and Andrew Holtry each had 10. Cole Myers had 10 assists, 9 kills and 5 kills. Lin had 7 digs, Holtry added 9 kills, Isaiah Sleighter had 3 blocks and Reed Myers made 5 assists.
Chambersburg at Central Dauphin: Game postponed until Saturday, 11 a.m.
Central Dauphin at Chambersburg: Game postponed until Saturday, 11 a.m.
Chambersburg at Cedar Cliff: The match was postponed, with no makeup date available yet.