Chambersburg 5, Altoona 0: The Trojans continued a strong run on offense by subduing Altoona at Trojan Stadium in a non-league game Tuesday evening.
Cohen Redding and Isa Barrios each knocked two balls into the net and Michael Cespedes converted a penalty kick.
“Overall, I thought the boys put in a good performance,” Chambersburg coach Corey Grove said. “Cohen had a really nice first-time finish from outside the 18 for the second goal. Isa won a header to put in our first goal.
“It was also great to get another shutout (4th of the season) as our defense continues to play well. We have a quick turnaround against a stout State College side on Thursday.”
Goalkeeper Drew Cover had to make only one save and assists were produced by Brycen Kuhns, Barrios, Cespedes and Mario Weisman. Chambersburg (5-2) led in shots, 10-3.
GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
Chambersburg 19, Carlisle 42; Chbg. 15, CD East 50: The Trojans rolled to a pair of Mid Penn Commonwealth wins Tuesday in a meet at Tim Cook Memorial Course.
Chambersburg (4-1, 4-1 MPC) had six of the top seven runners cross the line.
“I was pleased with my girls’ effort today,” Trojan coach Chris Monheim said. “They were able to get some good work in on a challenging course that will hopefully pay off in future meets.”
Camryn Kiser finished the race in first place with a time of 20:05, defeating Carlisle’s Ana Bondy by 41 seconds.
The Trojans then had the next five runners: Madelyn Koons (20:52), Lexi Boyd (21:02), Fernanda Orihuela (21:45), Abi Bricker (21:53) and Samantha Faust (22:21).
BOYS CROSS COUNTRY
Carlisle 21, Chambersburg 34; Chbg. 15, CD East 50: The Trojans split a pair of Mid Penn Commonwealth meets Tuesday at Tim Cook Memorial Course.
Carlisle pushed across four of the first six runners to give them the upper hand.
For Chambersburg, Ari Snyder placed third in 16:42 and Aden Alleman was fourth in 17:40.
Ryan Benbow (18:01), Owen Shrader (18:04) and Kaden Rife (18:34) placed seventh through ninth for the Trojans (3-2, 3-2 MPC).
Carlisle 5, Chambersburg 0: The Thundering Herd won by straight sets in all five matches to wrap up a Mid Penn Commonwealth victory Tuesday at Carlisle.
At No. 1 singles, Sarah Vessah of Chambersburg (3-8, 1-5 MPC) dropped the first set 6-0 against Callie Culbertson, then came back to make the second set very competitive, falling 7-6.
The No. 2 doubles team of Ashlee Barrett and Gabri Stepan were defeated 6-1, 6-3.