Chambersburg roundup: Track & field teams remain unbeaten

Chambersburg 127, Harrisburg 23: The unbeaten Trojans stayed that way with a comfortable Mid Penn Commonwealth win over the Cougars on Tuesday afternoon at Trojan Stadium, taking first place in all but one event.

Yosmary Cabrera Reyes

Chambersburg (5-0, 5-0 MPC) had only one individual double winner — Ashley Gunkelman in the javelin (99-2) and the shot put (34-1.25).

Other winners in the field included Naomi Scott in the discus (104-3), Sayruby Orgando Reyes in the high jump (4-11), Kate Etter in the long jump (16-7.25), Alaina Morris in the pole vault (9-0) and Caitlyn Elbin in the triple jump (32-11).

Individual winners on the track included Yosmary Cabrera Reyes in the 100 hurdles (16.5), Natalia Holmes in the 100 (12.1), Madi Koons in the 1600 (5:37.3), Camryn Kiser in the 400 (1:02.5), Marlee Jackson in the 300 hurdles (52.1), Lexi Boyd in the 800 (2:31.4) and Dana Rosenberry in the 3200 (13:31.3).

The 4 x 800 relay team of Rosenberry, Fernanda Orihuela, Sadie Barnes and Kali Hughes ran a time of 12:08.5; the 4 x 100 team of Cabrera Reyes, Jahnaya Wimberley, Lashae Hang and Holmes finished in 49.8; and the 4 x 400 squad of Boyd, Jayla Womack, Hughes and Kiser hit the line in 4:31.2.

Chambersburg 135, Harrisburg 15: The Cougars did not put up much resistance Tuesday afternoon at Trojan Stadium and the Trojans rolled to a lopsided Mid Penn Commonwealth verdict.

Liam Kirkpatrick

Chambersburg (5-0, 5-0 MPC) placed first in every event except one.

The Trojans had a double winner on the track in Blake Mallast, who took the 100 in 19.8 and the 200 in 22.1, and in the field, with Peter Mertz winning the discus with the throw of 160-11, and the shot put with a heave of 49-9.25.

On the track, Jermere Jones won the 110 hurdles in 14.7, Liam Kirkpatrick took the 1600 in 4:41.7, Daniel Casagrandi took the 400 in 55.8, Noah Valentine was first in the 300 hurdles in 43.1, Ari Snyder was the 800 winner in 2:03.7 and Owen Shrader won the 3200 in 10:15.2.

Dominick Onomastico, Elias Pasqual-Antonino, Brian Morales and Jacob Ruzicka won the 4 x 800 relay in 9:58.7; Imari Watson, Tanner Meyers, Rhaigeon Parker and Antonio Harrison II captured the 4 x 100 in 57.1; and Addison Bisbal, Gabe Putt, C.J. Miotla and Harrison were first in the 4 x 400 in 3:40.9.

Other Chambersburg winners in field events included J.J. Kelly in the high jump (6-5), Jude Grillo in the javelin (134-10), Daniel Pisle in the pole vault (11-9) and Matt Sylvestre in the triple jump (38-8.75).

Chambersburg 14, Red Land 4: The Trojans scored 6 runs in the fourth and 5 more in the fifth, aided by plenty of Patriots miscues, and rolled to a 5-inning Mid Penn Commonwealth victory on Tuesday at Norlo Park.

Abagail Newman

“This may sound crazy to say, since we won by so many, but we played our worst game of the year,” Chambersburg coach Chris Skultety said. “There were too may mental and physical errors and we didn’t have any energy. Fortunately, the other team didn’t play well, either.”

Bree Paetow was 3-for-3 with a pair of RBIs for Chambersburg (6-1, 5-1 MPC), Abagail Newman went 3-for-4 and brought in 3 runs, Karley Skultety was 2-for-5 with a trio of runs batted in, and Sam Paetow was 2-for-5 with 2 runs knocked in.

Morgan Stockslager slugged a solo home run and Sam Paetow, Newman and Skultety each had a double.

Kylee Miller picked up the win, pitching all 5 innings. She allowed 8 hits, 4 walks, 4 earned runs and struck out 6.

Coach Skultety said, “This was what you call a trap game, and thankfully we got through it. I think our girls are looking forward to the CV game on Thursday (Chambersburg’s only loss), and I expect that we will be ready to go then.”

Red Land 14, Chambersburg 2: For only the second time this season, Trojan pitching gave up more than 4 runs, and the Patriots ran away with a Mid Penn Commonwealth victory Tuesday afternoon in Lewisberry.

Jake Folmar

Red Land scored at least 2 runs in each of the first four innings, and the game ended after Chambersburg (1-7, 1-5 MPC) batted in the fifth.

The Trojans scored a run in the third when Brady Deneen walked and courtesy runner Gavin Mowery moved to third on a single by Jake Folmar. After an out, Treyton Sarvis grounded out to bring in Mowery.

In the top of the fourth, Wyatt Kissel singled and Trevor Holden walked. Kissel moved up on an error, then scored on a sacrifice fly by Bryce Folmar.

Chambersburg’s only other hit was by Sarvis. Kissel was knocked out after 1.2 innings and suffered the loss.

Cumberland Valley 3, Chambersburg 0: The Trojans played well, but were not able to solve the Eagles’ attack Tuesday evening at New Kingstown and dropped a Mid Penn Commonwealth decision.

Andrew Holtry

“CV is one of the top teams in the state, but we were able to hold our own tonight and had our best serve receive game of the season,” Chambersburg coach Ray Frazer said. “They run a very fast offense that took us a little while to get used to, but we were able to adapt and start getting touches on the block.”

For the Trojans (2-5, 1-5 MPC), who dropped 25-18, 25-15 and 25-21 games, got 14 kills and a pair of aces from Andrew Holtry. Joseph Byers added 2 block kills, 4 kills and 9 digs.

Reed Myers contributed 22 assists and Reid Leidig chipped in 6 digs.

Joseph Byers played really well tonight leading in digs and block kills. Andrew was a dominant force at the net leading the team with 14 kills.

Ellisa Gamby-Mickey

Carlisle 12, Chambersburg 11, OT: The Trojans played one of their best games of the season, but ultimately dropped a Mid Penn Commonwealth game to the Thundering Herd on Tuesday evening at Trojan Stadium.
“This was such a fun game to coach,” Chambersburg coach Keara Allhouse said. “It went into overtime and sadly, we didn’t come out on top. But I am very proud of how our girls played and how far we have come as a program.”
Ridglee Flohr tallied 6 goals and added an assist, while Gabriella Sabatino fired in 3 goals and contributed 2 assists.
Also, Ellisa Gamby-Mickey found the net twice and goalie Ellie Nicklas made 16 saves.

Owen Shearer

Carlisle 15, Chambersburg 6: The Thundering Herd took advantage of a good start and handed the Trojans a Mid Penn Commonwealth defeat Tuesday night in Carlisle.
“We had a good game plan, and after a slow start, we started following it pretty well,” Chambersburg coach Joey Wilmot said. “We forced some outside shots we were happy to live with, but those were going in. They definitely outplayed us in goal.”
Shea Makosy had a big game for the Trojans (4-5, 1-3 MPC), with 3 assists, 6 groundballs, 6 caused turnovers and went 7-for-11 on faceoffs. Makosy surpassed Dom Marangoni to become the all-time program leader in caused turnovers with 80.
Also for Chambersburg, Parker King had a goal and 3 groundballs, Sam Kunkleman scored 3 times, Riley Harmon and Logan Mulkey each scored a goal, Ryan Cosey had an assist, Brax Makosy had 4 groundballs, Owen Shearer had 3 groundballs and 2 caused turnovers and Chase Martin caused 2 turnovers.
Hershey 5, Chambersburg 0: The Trojans tangled with a tough customer in Hershey on Tuesday afternoon and were handed a Mid Penn Commonwealth defeat.
Chambersburg’s No. 1 singles player Ian Flores fell 6-2, 6-0, and No. 3 Nate Heimbach was defeated by the same score.
At No. 2 doubles, Ethan Brandt and Dhruv Patel also managed to win two games in their match.