Boys Lacrosse

Chambersburg roundup: Boys lax, tennis earn wins

Chambersburg 8, Palmyra 5: The Trojans picked up a big non-league victory Friday night at Trojan Stadium over the Cougars, who were picked to finish third in the Mid Penn Keystone.

Chase Martin

Chambersburg (3-0) broke out to a 5-1 lead, but Palmyra slowly clawed back into it, getting to within 5-4 early in the fourth quarter. But the Trojans scored four of the final five goals, sparked by Riley Harmon, to salt away the win.

“Great team effort,” Chambersburg coach Joey Wilmot said. “There was 11 minutes left when they made it 5-4, but we scored 3 goals in 3 minutes and we held on.

“Defense dominated. Chase Martin covered Palmyra’s best player and held him to one goal on two shots and turned him over multiple times. Shea Makosy, Owen Shearer and Martin combined for 12 caused turnovers (4 each). We held them to 13 shots and forced more turnovers than they had shots, which is impressive.”

Sam Kunkleman, Logan Mulkey and Harmon each had 2 goals, Brax Makosy and Shea Makosy (5 groundballs) each had a goal and an assist and Ryan Cosey assisted twice.

Gabriella Sabatino

Palmyra 17, Chambersburg 5: The Cougars used a strong first half to capture a non-league victory over the Trojans on Friday afternoon in Chambersburg’s season opener.

“We played a better second half after regrouping at halftime,” Trojan coach Keara Allshouse said. “We scored four goals to their two in the second half.”

Gabriella Sabatino tallied 3 goals for Chambersburg, while Ridglee Flohr added a goal and Lauren Wenger struck for her first varsity goal.

Flohr racked up 3 assists and Sabatino had one. Trojan goalie Ellie Kncklas made 11 saves.

Ian Flores

Chambersburg 4, Central Dauphin East 1: The Trojans swept all three singles matches and rolled to a 4-1 Mid Penn Commonwealth win over the Panthers on Friday afternoon in Harrisburg.

Ian Flores started it off with a 6-2, 6-3 win at No. 1 singles, followed by a 6-3, 6-2 victory by Bradley Stahl, and finished when Nathan Heimbach worked hard in the second set for a 6-2, 7-5 win.

Chambersburg (2-2, 1-1 MPC) made it 4-0 when the No. 1 doubles team of Camren Lesznar and Stephen Jacobs picked up a 6-1, 6-2 victory.