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The Chambersburg boys volleyball team earned a big win on the road Thursday night with surprising ease.

The Trojans played at Central Dauphin and took down the Rams in three games, pushing their record to 2-1 and 2-0 in the Mid Penn Commonwealth Division.

“We had a lot of contributors and it was a good team win,” Chambersburg coach Marta Cummings said.

The Trojans won big in the first game, 25-17, then captured a couple of tight ones, 25-23 and 25-22.

“We were able to finish strong in games two and three, even though they were close games,” Cummings said. “The guys were determined and showed a lot of fight during the match. It was a good win.”

Riley Washington had eight kills and four blocks to lead Chambersburg, while Aaron Myers and Dalton Strite each had seven kills. Strite also came up with 14 digs and three aces, Ian Patterson made 22 assists and Will Gerhart had 12 digs.

SCORES

Boys track & field

N.Bedford 82, S.Fulton 64; S.Fulton 92, Juniata Valley 53: Chase Varner won the 800 and competed on the winning 4x800 and 4x400 relays for SF (3-4, 1-3 ICC). Jacob Murray (400), Gavin Wills (pole vault) and Joey Wright (javelin) also picked up wins.

Girls track & field

N.Bedford 81, S.Fulton 69; S.Fulton  93, Juniata Valley 57: Celina Merchant took the 100 and 300 hurdles wins for the Indians (5-2, 3-1 ICC), while Emily Bradshaw (3200), Linsey Pryor (pole vault), Drew Gordon (high jump) and Sarah Wright (javelin) also claimed wins.

Girls soccer

Shenandoah Valley 5, Cumb. Valley Christian 1: Emily Bard scored a goal for the Blazers (0-2, 0-2 MDCC) just four minutes into the game, but Shenandoah Valley tied it, then got the last 4 goals from the Max sisters - Rebekah (2), Hannah and Sarah.

Girls lacrosse

FDC Falcons 15, Mercersburg 5: Elizabeth Fitzgerald had all five of Mercersburg's goals in its non-league loss to the FDC Falcons.

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