The streak is now 205 and counting.
The Chambersburg golf team concluded its regular season Monday with a Mid Penn Colonial Division match at Chambersburg Country Club and won over Big Spring by 27 strokes.
That wrapped up the Trojans' eighth consecutive division championship and ran their winning streak to 205 matches.
"It's been a fun season - the kids responded to the challenge," Chambersburg coach Mark Yost said. "They enjoyed the year and continued the tradition."
Karsen Rush posted a 1-under par round of 72 to earn medalist honors and Trojan teammate Luke Ocker shot 77.
"It was good to see Luke have a good round on his home course," Yost said.
The second-best score was a 76 by James Buchanan's Jacob Suder.
Rocket coach Mark Wise said, "Jacob played a great round. He even said he could have been lower with a few putts he just missed, but it is good to play this well in his last regular season match as a high school golfer. Also, Caleb Reath (92) - a freshmen - is on the cusp of qualifying for Mid Penns."
In the team race, Greencastle-Antrim was third and JB fourth. For the season, Northern York was second, Waynesboro third and G-A fourth.
Fannett-Metal 10, Northern Bedford 0: Entering Monday’s game, Fannett-Metal had scored just 12 goals so far this season, and it nearly doubled that in a 10-0 Sideling Hill League victory over Northern Bedford.
Mikell McGee was absolutely unstoppable for the Tigers (3-2, 2-1), having a hand in all 10 of their goals. He scored eight and assisted on two others. Only one of McGee’s goal was assisted, and that helper came from Makayla O’Donel. Kyler Goshorn also scored twice for F-M.
James Buchanan 5, Littlestown 1: Alec Truett notched a hat trick, and Adam Heintzelman found the back of the net twice in a non-league defeat of Littlestown. The Rockets (3-5) dominated control of the game, finishing with 27 shots on goal and nine corners, while the Bolts had 13 and one, respectively. Derek Pine had two assists.
McConnellsburg 2, Everett 2: Ethan Barclay scored for the Spartans with 21 seconds left in regulation time to tie the game 2-2 against Everett, and that's where the teams stayed after two overtimes. Barclay drilled in a direct kick from about 25 yards out. The first goal for McConnellsburg (3-1-1, 3-0-1 SHL) was tallied by Landon Seiders, assisted by Nic Culler.
Southern Fulton 9, Salisbury 1: Benji Voight and Chase Varner each scored hat tricks in Southern Fulton’s non-league victory over Salisbury. Varner also added three assists, while Cam McCray scored twice and Nate Voight also netted his first goal of the season. The Indians (3-2) were just shy of a shutout. Salisbury struck once in the opening five minutes of the game, and Bailey Burkett needed only one save to blank the Elks the rest of the way.
Chestnut Ridge 3, Forbes Road 1: Cameron McCabe scored just minutes into the second half to cut Forbes Road’s Sideling Hill League deficit in half. But that was all she wrote for the Cardinals in a narrow loss to Chestnut Ridge. Owen Gilbert had five saves for Forbes Road (0-5, 0-4 SHL), which managed just four shots on goal.
Chambersburg 3, Mifflin County 0: Chambersburg started strong and continued to get better as the night went on in a Mid Penn Commonwealth Division defeat of Mifflin County. The Trojans (3-2, 2-2 MPC) allowed 15 and 18 points in the first two sets, before shutting down the Huskies 25-12 in the final frame. Haylee Holsopple paced the offense with 10 kills, while Jenna Lombardozzi showed off her defensive prowess with 17 digs. Bailee Nitterhouse had four kills and a three digs.
Shippensburg 3, Red Land 2: Shippensburg picked up its first win of the season in a non-league defeat of Red Land. The Lady Hounds (1-3) looked like they were in for another loss after dropping the first two sets, but they came storming back to win the final three sets, 25-20, 25-20 and 15-12.
Palmyra 3, Greencastle-Antrim 0: The last two sets were taken to extra points, but Greencastle couldn’t quite overcome Palmyra in a Mid Penn Keystone Division loss. Keri Gearhart had a fine effort for the Blue Devils (3-3, 2-2 MPC), finishing with 10 kills and eight digs. Chloe McKenzie also contributed seven kills, four digs and two aces.
James Buchanan 3, Steel-High 0: James Buchanan dominated a non-league match against Steel-High, allowing just 12 points against in three combined sets. The Rockets (3-2) were unstoppable from the serving line. Tyana Quivers led the way with 14 aces, and Jenna Mongold finished with 11.
McConnellsburg 3, Hyndman 0: Only the second set was a challenge for McConnellsburg, which picked up a non-league victory over Hyndman. The Spartans (5-0) used a well-balanced offense to ensure the win. Kacey Hann finished with eight kills, followed by seven for Carly Swope, and Bridgette Ritchey finished with six kills and 17 digs.
“We were glad to pull out game two, or we could have gotten ourselves into a battle,” McConnellsburg coach Heidi Johnson said. “Tonight was a nice win to keep our winning streak going.”
Meyersdale 3, Southern Fulton 0: Southern Fulton had trouble getting its offense going in a non-league loss to Meyersdale. The Indians (2-3) did not score more than 12 points in any set. Destini Swisher had a fine defensive effort, racking up 21 digs. Morgan Fitz had three kills and eight digs.
East Juniata 4, Forbes Road 1: McKenzie Gelvin struck first, but then Forbes Road was unable to find the back of the cage again in a non-league loss to East Juniata. The Cardinals (3-3) had eight shots on goal, compared to 10 for East Juniata.
Bishop McDevitt 3, James Buchanan 2: The top two singles players for James Buchanan picked up wins, but Bishop McDevitt swept the rest of the Mid Penn Colonial Division match. Rachel Martin dominated at No. 1 singles, but Meridyth Sanders had to eke out a win for the Rockets (10-3, 6-3 MPC). After losing the first set 6-0, she stormed back for a 6-4, 7-5 win at No. 2 singles.
CD East 5, Chambersburg 0: Two of Chambersburg’s singles players went to three sets in a non-league lost to Central Dauphin East. At No. 1 singles, Madison Mellinger won the first set for the Trojans (0-10) before falling in the last two, and at No. 3 singles, Kara Wiley suffered a 6-3, 5-7, 6-4 defeat to CD East’s Meghana Koya.