Looking to score: Chambersburg s Evason Ogbonna splits Harrisburg defenders Chris Britton (33) and Shaquan Sheppard as he heads to the basket on Tuesday
Looking to score: Chambersburg s Evason Ogbonna splits Harrisburg defenders Chris Britton (33) and Shaquan Sheppard as he heads to the basket on Tuesday night. The Cougars won, 61-41. (Ryan Blackwell/Public Opinion)
By LIZI ARBOGAST

@liziarbogast

The fourth quarter was all she wrote for the Chambersburg Trojans in Tuesday night's Mid Penn Commonwealth Division rematch of last year's District 3 Class AAAA championship.

After being down by as many as 14, then clawing their way back to trail by just four heading into the final quarter, the Chambersburg boys basketball team scored only two points in the fourth to ultimately fall 61-41 to the Harrisburg Cougars.

"We definitely made a lot of mental mistakes, we broke down and we were just rushing everything," Trojan senior Kyle Myers said. "Coach (Beau Gantz) was telling us that they were going to put a lot of pressure on us, and we couldn't figure out how to handle that."

Harrisburg (11-1, 7-0 MPC) went on a roll to open the fourth quarter, and when Jahaad Proctor scored a 3-pointer to bring the lead back to double figures, it seemed like it was too late for Chambersburg.