From staff reports

STATE COLLEGE - The Chambersburg girls basketball team succeeded in a couple of areas Tuesday night, but could not keep up with State College on the scoreboard and lost, 64-37, in a Mid Penn Commonwealth Division game.

Darra Walker led the Trojans (4-11, 2-9 MPC) with 16 points, including three 3-pointers. Marshay Ryan added eight points.

Jenna Altomare led the Lions (12-5, 8-3 MPC ) with 20 points.

Chambersburg coach Jenny Schmutzler said, "One of our goals was to stop lob passes to their big girl, (Kyla) Irwin. We held her to 10 points. A goal on offense was to move the ball against their zone. We did do that, too.

"We've had a problem all season when we do have open looks to get the baskets. Scoring 37 points is not going to get it done against the Mid Penn teams that we have to face."

State College 64

Chambersburg 37

CHAMBERSBURG

Darra Walker 6 1-2 16, Kaitlyn Rush 2 0-0 5, Tayana Harrison 1 0-0 2, Crystal Thomas 1 0-0 2, Marshay Ryan 3 2-3 8, Mandy Bell 1 0-0 2, Angeline Hang 0 0-0 0, Elaine Etter 0 0-0 0, Shannon Edwards 1 0-0 2. Totals 15 3-5 37.

STATE COLLEGE

Stevenson 3 0-0 6, Kalliza 2 0-0 4, Treglia 1 0-0 3, Karstetter 3 0-0 6, Altomare 8 1-1 20, Irwin 4 2-2 10, King 4 0-0 8, Allison 1 0-0 2, Harley 1 2-2 5. Totals 27 5-5 64.

Chambersburg 12 7 7 11 - 37

State College 17 18 19 10 - 64

3-point shots - Chbg 4 (Walker 3, Rush); SC 5 (Altomare 3, Treglia, Harley). Shooting - Chbg 15-42 (28.8%). Assists - Chbg 6 (Harrison 2, Ryan 2). Turnovers - Chbg 16.

JV: State College 40, Chambersburg 18. Madison Whitfield led the Trojans with 7 points.

Next game: Friday, at home vs. Central Dauphin, 7:30.

MPC COLONIAL

Shippensburg 59

Waynesboro 29

Tuesday, at Waynesboro

Mid Penn Colonial Div. game

Winless Waynesboro held a 14-8 lead on Shippensburg after one quarter, but could not continue the success and Ship led 24-17 by halftime The Lady Hounds (8-9, 5-6 MPC) won their fourth straight game Ship coach Amy Lyman said, "It's great to see these girls winning so many in a row. Hopefully, the momentum will carry through our last few games. We've been fighting illness and injury these past two weeks and the bench has really helped. Tonight they played great defense and even put up some points." Alysia Clawson (18 points, 9 assists) and Brooke Porter (15 points, 8 rebounds) led Shippensburg For the Maidens (0-17, 0-10 MPC), Dori Kozain scored 13 points.

Shippensburg 59, Waynesboro 29

SHIPPENSBURG

Drew Lovett 2 0-0 4, Alysia Clawson 7 3-6 18, Shayla Keller 2 0-0 5, Nicole Baker 0 4-6 4, Kylee Miller 0 0-0 0, Sarah Lyman 2 1-3 5, Brooke Porter 7 1-4 15, Allyson Fetter 2 2-2 6, Denice Lovett 1 0-1 2. Totals 23 11-22 59.

WAYNESBORO

Mallory Patterson 0 1-2 1, Sam Nichols 3 0-0 7, Kennedy Chandler 0 0-0 0, Dori Kozain 5 1-2 13, Hunter Mowen 1 1-5 3, Lauren Wagaman 2 0-0 5, Kristy McFerren 0 0-0 0. Totals 11 3-9 29.

Shippensburg 8 16 14 21 - 59

Waynesboro 14 3 5 7 - 29

3-point shots - Ship 2 (Clawson, Keller); Way 4 (Kozain 2, Nichols, Wagaman).

JV: Shippensburg 36, Waynesboro 29. Morgan Newell and Janay Hamilton led the Lady Hounds with 7 points each.

Next game: Ship: Friday, at home vs. Greencastle-Antrim ... Way: Saturday, at East Pennsboro, 2.

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Gettysburg 75

James Buchanan 53

Tuesday, at Gettysburg

Mid Penn Colonial Div. game

Cami Boehner set a school record for Gettysburg in its rout of James Buchanan ... Boehner scored 41 points, including three 3-pointers, and went 11-for-16 from the line ... The Rockets (3-13, 1-8 MPC) were outscored 19-4 in the first quarter, and they could never overcome the deficit ... JB coach Rick Cristofano said, "We got stifled in the first quarter by their press. We really struggled with it and got down by 20 before we knew it. There was no way to come back at that point." ... Cheyenne Carbaugh added another double-double to her resumé with 24 points and 10 rebounds ... Jennae Piper added 16 points for the Rockets ... Cristofano said, "Cheyenne had another excellent game, and Boehner obviously had a career game."

Gettysburg 75, James Buchanan 53

JAMES BUCHANAN

Jenna Carbaugh 0 0-0 0, Bailey Wagner 3 3-4 10, Candice Plessinger 0 0-0 0, Taylor Gorman 0 1-2 1, Charity Miller 0 0-0 0, Jennae Piper 5 4-4 16, Rochelle Timmons 0 0-2 0, Cheyenne Carbaugh 6 11-11 24, Taryn Miller 0 0-0 0, Tristen Amsley 0 0-0 0, Erica Eberly 0 0-0 0. Totals 15 19-25 53.

GETTYSBURG

Boehner 13 11-16 41, Witerman 0 2-2 2, Rothnel 0 0-0 0, Bortner 0 1-4 1, Carmel 5 2-4 12, Weikert 3 0-0 6, Felton 3 1-5 7, Baer 0 6-8 6. Totals 24 24-41 75.

James Buchanan 4 15 17 17 - 53

Gettysburg 19 23 24 9 - 75

3-point shots - JB 4 (Piper 2, Wagner, Carbaugh 1); Get 3 (Boehner 3). Shooting - JB 15-42 (35.7%). Rebounds - JB 30 (C.Carbaugh 10). Assists - JB 8 (Timmons 4). Steals - JB 6. Turnovers - JB 14. Fouled out - Timmons.

JV: James Buchanan 42, Gettysburg 33. Charity Miller led the Rockets with 24 points.

Next game: Friday, at home vs. Big Spring, 7:30.

ICC

Fannett-Metal 76

Southern Huntingdon 34

Tuesday, at Willow Hill

Inter-County Conf. game

Fannett-Metal dominated Southern Huntingdon to bounce back from a 2-game losing streak ... The Lady Tigers (9-4, 3-4 ICC) were led by Blaire Lauthers, who had 21 points, 8 rebounds and 4 assists ... She also tied for the team high in steals with 3 ... Megan Dougherty scored 11 points, and Naomi Fields and McKenna Bair each added 10 ... Fannett-Metal coach Jenny Lauthers said, "It was a good win for us after a rough week last week. Everyone stepped up and did what we wanted them to do. We worked really well together, and it was just a good team effort."

Fannett-Metal 76, S. Huntingdon 34

S. HUNTINGDON

Leonard 5 1-2 11, Goshorn 2 0 5, Donelson 1 0-6 2, Booher 2 0-0 4, Detwiler 0 2-4 2, Yohn 1 0-0 2, Walker 0 2-2 2, Griffith 1 0-0 2, Zinoble 2 0-0 4. Totals 14 5-14 34.

FANNETT-METAL

Megan Dougherty 2 7-8 11, Blaire Lauthers 7 7-7 21, Naomi Fields 3 1-4 10, Jodi Adams 2 0-0 4, Amanda Laye 2 2-3 8, McKenna Bair 1 8-12 10, Melissa Zeger 4 0-1 8, Jess Becker 0 4-6 4, Alexis Mackey 0 0-0 0, Caroline Yarish 0 0-0 0. Totals 22 29-41 76.

S. Huntingdon 7 10 10 7 - 34

Fannett-Metal 26 17 22 10 - 76

3-point shots - SH 1 (Goshorn); FM 3 (Fields 3). Shooting - FM 22-54 (40.7%). Rebounds - FM 42 (Lauthers 8). Assists - FM 15 (Lauthers 4). Steals - FM 15 (Becker, Laye, Lauthers 3). Turnovers - FM 14. Blocked shots - FM 3 (Lauthers 2, Zeger 1). Fouled out - Leonard, Goshorn, Detwiler.

JV: Fannett-Metal 49, Southern Huntingdon 39. McKenna Bair led the Lady Tigers with 24 points.

Next game: Thursday, at home vs. Tussey Mountain, 7:30.

SHL/ICC

Everett 66

McConnellsburg 44

Tuesday, at McConnellsburg

Sideling Hill/Inter-County game

McConnellsburg saw its 2-game winning streak end in a loss to a strong Everett team The Warriors (12-4, 7-2 SHL) had an 8-point lead after one quarter and a 43-22 advantage at halftime The Morral sisters, Bailey and Kadie, each scored 22 points for Everett Spartans coach Dave Garland said, "Everett shot the lights out. We tried man, we tried zone, we tried to press. Nothing seemed to work. It was not for lack of trying." For McConnellsburg, (6-7, 2-6 SHL, 2-6 ICC), Jessi Keefer led in scoring with 18 points The Spartans had only 13 defensive rebounds Garland said, "They didn't miss many shots, so we didn't have many rebounding opportunities."

Everett 66, McConnellsburg 44

EVERETT

Bailey Morral 9 0-0 22, Aubrey Phipps 5 4-5 14, Logan Brallier 3 0-0 7, Allison Snider 1 0-0 2, Kadie Morral 11 0-0 22. Totals 29 4-5 66.

McCONNELLSBURG

Nikki Fleming 2 2-2 6, Brittney Parson 2 0-0 5, Marah Huston 1 0-0 2, Jessi Keefer 8 0-0 18, Kylie Zittle 2 0-0 4, Sam Roberts 4 0-2 9, Alexis Mellott 0 0-0 0, Katie Shore 0 0-0 0. Totals 19 2-4 44.

Everett 21 22 17 7 - 66

McConnellsburg 13 9 13 9 - 44

3-point shots - Evt 5 (B.Morral 4, Brallier); McC 4 (J.Keefer 2, Parson, Roberts). Shooting -McC 19-40 (47.5%). Rebounds - McC 21 (Fleming 5). Assists - McC 14 (Roberts 4). Steals - McC 7 (Roberts 2). Turnovers - McC 18. Blocked shots - McC 2 (J.Keefer 2).

JV: Everett 46, McConnellsburg 18. Marah Huston led the Spartans with 7 points.

Next game: Thursday, at Southern Huntingdon, 7:30.

MASON-DIXON

Shalom Christian 47

New Life Christian 28

Tuesday, at Frederick, Md.

Mason-Dixon Christian Conf. game

Two unbeaten teams in Mason-Dixon Christian Conference play met and Shalom Christian emerged with a 19-point victory over New Life "This was probably our best four-quarter game all year," Flames coach Brad Eby said. "We've been stressing turnovers and foul shooting and they responded well as a team. We handled their pressure well. I'm really proud of what we accomplished and now we're in first place alone." Tori Yoder poured in 20 points for Shalom (10-4, 7-0 MDCC) and Lydia Harris added 12 Yoder and Kamry Baum each had 5 rebounds.

Shalom 47, New Life 28

SHALOM

Kamry Baum 1 1-2 3, Lydia Tissue 3 0-0 6, Kara Lehman 1 0-0 2, Brooke Kuhns 2 0-0 4, Lydia Harris 5 2-4 12, Tori Yoder 6 8-9 20, Lexi Poe 0 0-0 0, Jessica Grove 0 0-0 0, Rachel Holderman 0 0-0 0. Totals 18 11-15 47.

NEW LIFE

Ellie Rice 1 0-0 2, Kelsi Stopyra 2 0-0 4, Ellen Scoash 1 1-2 3, Emma Johnson 2 0-0 4, Liz Catoe 5 1-2 13, Mallory Shoemaker 1 0-0 2. Totals 10 2 2-6 28.

Shalom Chr. 8 14 8 17 - 47

New Life 4 12 8 4 - 28

3-point shots - NL 2 (Catoe 2). Shooting - SC 18-45 (40%). Rebounds - SC 29 (Yoder, Baum 5). Assists - SC 9 (Yoder 4). Steals - SC 10 (Yoder 4). Turnovers - SC 11. Blocked shots - SC 1. Fouled out - Rice.

Next game: Tuesday, at home vs. Faith Christian, 6.

NON-LEAGUE

Mercersburg Academy 61

Washington, W.Va. 58

Tuesday, at Nolde Gym

Non-league game

Mercersburg Academy snapped a 3-game losing streak in defeating Washington Blue Storm assistant coach David Bell described the game as being "one of the best we've played in the last five years." With a minute remaining, the score was tied 58-58 Hanna Warfield hit a free throw to give Mercersburg a 59-58 lead, then Sydney Reath hit 2 foul shots with 23 seconds left to ice the victory Warfield led the Blue Storm (10-3) with 17 points and recently-activated Melody Gomez had a season-high 15 Also scoring in double figures for the Blue Storm were Teal Tasker (of Chambersburg) with 14 and Sarah Firestone (of Mercersburg) with 11 Bell said, "It was one of our best shooting nights of the year (43%). It was a fun night when you're on the winning end." Washington (9-7) was led by Alicia Lambert with 16 points.

Mercersburg 61, Washington 58

WASHINGTON

Adams 4 0-0 8, Nelson 2 0-0 4, Curry 4 1-2 9, Hess 5 2-2 13, Collins 0 2-2 2, Dozier 3 0-0 6, Lambert 4 7-8 16. Totals 22 12-14 58.

MERCERSBURG

Teal Tasker 6 2-4 14, Sarah Firestone 4 3-5 11, Hanna Warfield 8 1-3 17, McKenzie Brink 1 0-0 2, Melody Gomez 7 1-2 15, Sydney Reath 0 2-2 2, Syd Godbey 0 0-0 0, Paige Richardson 0 0-0 0. Totals 26 9-16 61.

Washington 12 24 8 14 - 58

Mercersburg 22 14 18 7 - 61

3-point shots - Wash 2 (Hess, Lambert). Shooting - MA 26-60 (43%). Rebounds - MA 35 (Gomez 12, Tasker 9, Firestone 7). Assists - MA 8 (Warfield 3). Steals - MA 14 (Firestone 4). Turnovers - MA 23. Blocked shots - MA 2.

JV: Washington 46, Mercersburg 19.

Next game: Thursday, at Md. School for the Deaf, 7:30.