Boys Lacrosse

Chambersburg roundup: Boys lax plays Trinity tough

Trinity 10, Chambersburg 8: The Trojans hung with the Shamrocks, who will play later for the Mid Penn championship, for the entire game until Trinity scored an insurance goal late to take a non-league victory at Trojan Stadium on Tuesday night.

Kristian Freeman

“We played great,” Chambersburg coach Joey Wilmot said. “It was 8-8 late in the fourth. Shea Makosy continued his run of great play, but today was really about the role players. We gave some guys new roles and they bought in and executed.

“Parker King moved from D mid to pole and played great. Jackson Beardsley moved into midfield and knocked it out of the park. Quinn Makosy played ride specialist and Brax Makosy played more D mid today and they both did a nice job. Kristian Freeman had 10 saves and had his best game of the season in goal.”

Shea Makosy scored 3 goals for the Trojans (7-8), had 13 groundballs and was 12-for-17 on faceoffs. Riley Harmon had a goal and 2 assists, and goals were scored by Ryan Cosey, Matt Tucker, Logan Mulkey and Beardsley. Sam Kunkleman added an assist and Owen Shearer had 3 groundballs and 2 caused turnovers.

Ashlee Barrett

Trinity 18, Chambersburg 7: The Shamrocks defended their home turf by defeating the Trojans in a non-league contest on Tuesday afternoon.

“I was really proud of how our entire team played defense tonight, especially Ashlee Barrett,” Chambersburg coach Keara Allshouse said. “We continued to fight for the entire game.”

Gabriella Sabatino led the Trojans (3-9) with 4 goals and an assist. Ridglee Flohr picked up 2 goals and 3 assists and Taylor Mickey fired in a goal.


Altoona 3, Chambersburg 0: The Trojans could not match up with the Mountain Lions and suffered a Mid Penn Commonwealth defeat on the road Tuesday night. The game scores were 25-18, 25-15 and 25-16.

Andrew Holtry

“Altoona is a big team that passes very well,” Chambersburg coach Ray Frazer said. “This keeps them in system at all times and can make it difficult to stop them on the defensive side.

“We were in it in every game, but the thing that kept us from taking a game was Altoona’s service runs. They had a couple of guys who could serve the ball well, and it’s hard to come back after losing five straight points off a serve.”

Andrew Holtry made in presence felt in a lot of stats for the Trojans (2-9, 1-9 MPC). He had 6 kills, 9 digs and an ace.

Frazer said, “Andrew played well again tonight, leading in just about every stats category. He really stepped up defensively with nine digs.”

Also for Chambersburg, Joseph Byers (6), Reid Leidig (4), Reed Myers (4) and Joseph Stopyra (3) helped in kills, Myers made 21 assists, and Byers (6), Kerlyn Reyes (5) and Myers (5) produced numerous digs.