LACROSSE: Friday's roundup
DILLSBURG >> Chambersburg's girls lacrosse team did not get off to the start it wanted on Friday.
The Trojans came out flat, and Northern York jumped out to a huge lead on its way to a 19-8 Mid Penn Conference win.
"We came out very slow," Chambersburg coach Katie Feairheller said. "The girls were exhausted after playing three games already this week. We had times of speed and effort, but it was inconsistent."
The Polar Bears got out to a fast start, outscoring the Trojans (5-11, 3-8 MPC) 12-4 in the first half. Chambersburg scored four more times in the second half but never recovered.
"Abby (Wilmot) was able to get it down the field and net some goals, and Kendyl Stewart and Liza Ernst were key players in transition," Feairheller said.
Wilmot finished with four goals, and Maddy Sollenberger added two. Hannah Raines and Liza Ernst also scored, and Lexi Stoner had an assist.
Northern York 19 Chambersburg 8
Chambersburg, Goals — Abby Wilmot 4, Maddy Sollenberger 2, Hannah Raines, Liza Ernst; Assist — Lexi Stoner.
Northern, Goals — Swartz 5, Armstrong 3, Donaldson 3, Burns 2, Hatch 2, Bishop 2, Racer, Micheals.
Saves — Chbg 3 (Alyssa Boock); Draw controls — Chbg 11.
JV — Northern York 17, Chambersburg 5.
RED LION 21, CHAMBERSBURG 8 >> Red Lion scored at least five goals in every quarter en route to a non-league victory over Chambersburg.
The Trojans (5-10) managed only 15 shots on goal, compared to 39 for the Lions.
Jake Pierson led the scoring for Chambersburg with four goals and an assist, while Grant Swisher scored twice. Cedric Adams and Colyn Parham each had one goal.
Red Lion 21, Chambersburg 8
Chambersburg, Goals — Jake Pierson 4, Grant Swisher 2, Cedric Adams, Colyn Parham; Assists — Swisher, Collin Bricker, Pierson.
Red Lion, Goals — Jac Gemmill 7, Tanner Reif 3, Sam Emig 5, Mason Gaumt, Justin Dashler, Tyler Dunlap, Nick Shima, Austin Kelly, Alex Keough; Assists — Gemmill 6, Reif 5, Emig 2, Shima, Kelly, Keough.
Shots — Chbg 15, RL 39; Saves — Chbg 14 (Nate Bradshaw, Clayton Schellhase), RL 7 (Nick Serrano).
JV score — Red Lion 10, Chambersburg 4.