Boys Soccer

Chambersburg roundup: X-C teams roll over CV and Little Lions

Cumberland Valley 2, Chambersburg 1: The Eagles scored on the rebound of a penalty kick stopped initially by Trojan goalkeeper Drew Cover and managed a Mid Penn Commonwealth win Tuesday night at Trojan Stadium.

“Drew (3 saves) played a nice game,” Chambersburg coach Corey Grove said. “He saved the PK, but it dropped to their man on the follow-up. Defensively, our shape was excellent and was very pleased with how we played.”

Luca Gaisbauer scored the goal for Chambersburg (1-1, 0-1 MPC). CV led in shots (7-4) and corner kicks (5-3).

“The boys played and worked hard tonight,” Grove said. “It was our first true test against a top opponent and although we fell short, we took a lot from the game.”

Cumberland Valley 2, Chambersburg 0: The Eagles scored a goal early and added the clincher late in a Mid Penn Commonwealth game at CV on Tuesday evening.

Chambersburg coach Ed Franchi said, “They scored in the first four minutes and it looked like we weren’t ready to play. But then we came to life and played well the rest of the match. We controlled the flow of the match the last 25 minutes of the half and created multiple opportunities, but couldn’t punch one in.”

Goalkeepers Clara Meyers made 5 saves in the first half and Sam Paetow made 9 in the second half for the Trojans (2-1, 0-1 MPC).

“We changed some things late trying to get the equalizer and that’s when they got their second goal,” Franchi said. “We have some young players who are having to learn quickly and they’re doing a great job.”

Franchi said his team’s 15 shots were the most they’ve had vs. CV  in over 10 years.

Chambersburg 22, Cumberland Valley 38; Chbg. 15, State College 50: The Trojans took six of the top eight spots to breeze to Mid Penn Commonwealth foes Cumberland Valley and State College in a tri-meet at CV on Tuesday.

Ari Snyder ran to the victory in the hot weather in a time of 16:48. Owen Shrader was the next Chambersburg runner, taking third in 17:27.

The Trojans then captured fifth through eighth place to wrap up the wins, including Aiden ALleman (17:50 in fifth), Liam Kirkpatrick (17:51) in sixth, Kaden Rife (18:08) in seventh and Julian Clark (18:24) in eighth.

Chambersburg 20, Cumberland Valley 41; Chbg. 15, State College 50: The Trojans dominated a Mid Penn Commonwealth tri-meet at Cumberland Valley on Tuesday afternoon, beating the Eagles and State College in their first dual meet of the season.

Lexi Boyd (20:34) and Madelyn Koons (20:58) finished 1-2 for Chambersburg.

After the Eagles’ top runner took third, Chambersburg then took control when Samantha Faust placed fourth in 21:23, Dana Rosenberry took fifth in 22:27, Natalie Quinn was seventh in 22:48, Raegan Hepner was eighth in 23:13 and Brook Boone took ninth in 23:18.

Cedar Cliff 6, Chambersburg 0: The Trojans hosted the Colts at Trojan Stadium on Tuesday afternoon in a Mid Penn Commonwealth game and Cedar Cliff prevailed in a shutout.

Chambersburg coach Kelsey Baker said, “Madelyn Predko played a very good game on defense today for us.”

Hershey 5, Chambersburg 0: A strong Hershey club blanked the Trojans in straight sets in all five matches to pick up a Mid Penn Commonwealth victory on Tuesday afternoon in Hershey.

At No. 1 singles, Chambersburg’s Sarah Vessah suffered first defeat of the season, falling 6-2, 6-1 to Angelina Berg.

Shelby Newman and Zoe Dereef played No. 3 doubles and managed to win 3 points.

The Trojans are 1-4 (0-2 MPC).