Chambersburg 17, Central Dauphin East 8: The Trojans had 7 players get involved in the scoring Thursday night at Trojan Stadium and tagged the Panthers with a Mid Penn Commonwealth defeat.
“We played really hard tonight and our girls came out ready to play,” Chambersburg coach Keara Allshouse said. “I am really proud of how we played.”
Ridglee Flohr and Gabriella Sabatino each had a productive game on attack — Flohr scored 7 times and added 4 assists, while Sabatino had 5 goals and 3 assists.
Also, Hanna Woolf and Gracie Mellott each scored 2 goals, and Ellisa Gamby-Mickey and Taylor Mickey each had one. It was Mickey’s first career goal. Mellott and Malaina Allenman each logged assists.
In goal, Ellie Nicklas had 4 saves in the first half and Megan Mickey had 5 in the second half.
Allshouse said, “We had fantastic transitions up the field and our defense had incredible communication, which allowed us to cause many turnovers. Our attack did a really good job at keeping possession and knowing when to take the shot.”
Chambersburg 17, Central Dauphin East 9: The Trojans brought their record to .500 with a Mid Penn Commonwealth victory over the Panthers in Harrisburg on Thursday afternoon.
“We were up 14-1 at the half, so our JVs played the whole second half and got worked over a bit,” Chambersburg coach Joey Wilmot said. “I was impressed with CD East’s resilience.”
Goals for the Trojans (6-6, 3-4 MPC) came from Shea Makosy (3), Sam Kunkleman (3), Matt Tucker (2), Riley Harmon (2), Ryan Cosey (2), Garrett Iser (2), Blake Dupont (2) and Aydan Younkin (1), while assists were credited to Makosy (2), Tucker (2), Harmon (2), Quinn Makosy (2), Gavin Metzger (2), Dupont (1) and Brax Makosy (1).
In addition, Shea Makosy was 6-for-7 on faceoffs and had 6 groundballs, Metzger had 5 groundballs, Luke Cody caused 3 turnovers and Luke Herbert caused 2.
Kristian Freeman made 2 saves and Kellen Sanders made 5.