Boys Soccer

Chambersburg roundup: Volleyball earns 2nd straight win

Marah Lehman

Chambersburg 3, Hershey 0: The Trojans collected their second win in a row with a shutout of Hershey on Thursday night in a non-league contest.

Chambersburg (3-9) rolled to wins of 25-15, 25-6 and 25-11.

“The girls did a good job tonight of staying focused,” Trojan coach Ty Frelin said. “Putting a couple of wins together has given us some momentum heading into the rest of the season.”

Chambersburg was strong in the service game, led by Ashli Ganoe (11 points, 4 aces), Karley Skultety (9 points), Kate Etter (9 points, 2 aces) and Marah Lehman (7 points, 5 aces).

At the net, Cara Bratthauer made 3 blocks and kill leaders were Morgan Stockslager (9), Etter (6) and Addi Kegerreis (5). Also, Ganoe piled up 19 assists, Paige Davis had 9, Etter had 11 digs and Skultety had 10.

Aaron Mort

Chambersburg 4, Red Land 0: Michael Cespedes scored a brace of goals to lead the Trojans to a Mid Penn Commonwealth win over Red Land at Trojan Stadium on Thursday night.

Cespedes leads the team with 16 goals. Cristian Lopez and Ayden Findley also put balls in the net and Cohan Redding provided two assists.

“Tonight was a solid performance,” Chambersburg coach Corey Grove said. “It’s always tough after such a long layoff, so I’m proud of the boys. Michael is continuing his run of form in scoring. Cristian hit a rocket early to put us up and Ayden had a great finish off a through played by Cohen.

“Aaron Mort, our center back, was tremendous tonight. He was  great leader and played da well-rounded game.”

Keeper Drew Cover made 3 saves. The Trojans are 9-3 (5-3 MPC).

Bridget Kemerer

Chambersburg 0, Red Land 0: The Trojans and Patriots have played twice this season and have scored only one goal between after playing to a scoreless deadlock on Wednesday at Lewisberry.

“It was a hard-fought game and both sides had their chances, but couldn’t punch one in,” Chambersburg coach Ed Franchi said. Our girls should be very proud of the way they fought the whole game.

“We had to adjust some things because of injuries, and I was happy with the way they stepped up. We didn’t the win, but it was  solid effort.”

For the Trojans (5-7-1, 2-6-1 MPC), goalkeeper Bridget Kemerer preserved the shutout by making 4 saves.