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COLONIAL PARK >> Chambersburg's track & field teams took care of the goose egg in the win column on Tuesday, with the boys taking a narrow 79-71 win over Central Dauphin East and the girls putting up a 93-57 victory over the Panthers at Landis Field.

"It was nice to get our first win; hopefully we can start a string of victories now," Trojan girls coach Chris Monheim said.

Boys coach Bob Walker said, "The meet wasn't that unpredictable, but we got a few more of the swing points than they did. I'm pleased we were able to experience a win."

For the girls (1-2, 1-2 MPC), Sammi Lowery hit a height of 10-7 to win the pole vault and break her own outdoor mark.

The distance crew, led by Kaylee Mowery (first in 800 and 1600), Cadie Kiser (3200) and Ally Neidigh (2nd, 3rd), racked up plenty of points, while sprinters Miana Harrison (100, 12.3) and Cirsten Kelly (200, 26.2) both won an event with their best times of the year.

"Harrison and Kelly were outstanding today," Monheim said. "They were on two winning relays, too. It was nice to win all three relays, because we'd been getting beat up on them."

Other winners were Marissa Lepo (long jump) and Robyn Guarriello (100 hurdles).

For the boys (1-2, 1-2 MPC), the distance group was also a key. Tanner Amsley won the 800 and 1600 and Alex Hayden won the 3200, with Chris Wurtz taking second in all three events.

Walker said, "I challenged our distance guys to get all 32 points and they got 30, so that was good. Amsley had a solid time in the 800 (2:01.88) and Wurtz made a late charge to take second in the 3200, which was a swing of four points."

The Trojan winners were Kelton Chastulik in the discus, Nate Long in the javelin, Kendall Keepler in the high jump and Evan Vink in the pole vault.

"Our throwers got some good points for us," Walker said. "I was glad to see Keepler win. He's been helping us out in other events, but we want him to peak in the high jump now."

Chambersburg 79, CD East 71 at Colonial Park

BOYS

4x800 relay — 1.Chbg (Spencer Dann, Quinn Mangan , Alex Hayden, Chris Wurtz), 9:14; 110 hurdles — 1.Charles Bowman (E) 15.9, 2.Noah Shatzer (C) 16.2, 3.Kendall Keepler (C) 16.6; 100 — 1.Pierce (E) 10.9, 3.Corey Harris (C) 11.3; 1,600 — 1.Tanner Amsley (C) 4:51, 2.Wurtz (C) 4:52, 3.Hayden (C) 4:52.9; 4x100 relay — 1.East 43.3; 400 — 1.Luke Everidge (E) 50.66, 3.Alex Aquino-Flores (C) 52.53; 300 hurdles — 1.Bowman (E) 40.3, 2.Ali Brown (C) 43.23, 3.Shatzer (C) 43.9; 800 — 1.Amsley (C) 2:01.88, 2.Wurtz (C) 2:04.1; 200 — 1.Brown (E) 22.7; 3,200 — 1.Hayden (C) 11:07, 2.Wurtz (C) 11:12; 4x400 relay — 1.East, N/A; Shot put — 1.Johnson (E) 47-3, 2.Kelton Chastulik (C) 47-1; Discus — 1.Chastulik (C) 152-7, 2.Nery Gordiano (C), 111-10; Triple jump — 1.Chandler (E), N/A, 2.Jake Russo (C) 37-8.5, 3.Curtis Little (C) 37-4; Long jump — 1.Brown (E), N/A, 2.Tyler Fritz (C) 18-4, 3.Russo (C) 17-9; High jump — 1.Keepler (C) 5-10, 3.Shatzer (C) 5-6; Pole vault — 1.Evan Vink (C) 11-9, 2.Caleb Thompson (C) 9-6, 3.Sean McCormicj (C) 8-0; Javelin — 1.Nate Long (C) 164-50.

Chambersburg 93, CD East 57

GIRLS

4x800 relay — 1.Chbg (Cadie Kiser, Ally Neidigh, Mara Leary, Kaylee Mowery) 10:52; 100 hurdles — 1.Robyn Guarriello (C) 17.8, 2.Alex Reel (C) 18.7; 100 — 1.Miana Harrison (C) 12.3; 1,600 — 1.Mowery (C) 5:24, 2.Kiser (C) 5:42.5, 3.Neidigh (C) 5:47.5; 4x100 relay — 1.Chbg (Camryn Greenlee, Cirsten Kelly, Rachael Berman, Harrison) 50.5; 400 — 1.Street (E) 1:02.3, 2.Harrison (C) 1:03.4; 300 hurdles — 1.Johnson (E) 59.2, 3.Guarriello (C) 53.1; 800 — 1.Mowery (C) 2:30.5, 3.Ashlyn Ellis (C) 2:43.8; 200 — 1.; 3,200 — 1.Kiser (C) 12:31, 2.Neidigh (C) 12:45, 3.Jenn Maxwell 12.52; 4x400 relay — 1.Chbg (Kelly, Harrison, Berman, Madison Swain) 4:14; Shot put — 1.Paige (E) 35-5, 2.Tess Swanger (C) 32-6; Discus — 1.Tuise (E) 102-3, 2.Jahyaj Barbour (C) 96-6; Triple jump — 1.Thomas (E) 32-2, 2.Jocelyn Kibbe (C) 32-2, 3.Atachnee Julsaint (C) 31-10; Long jump — 1.Marissa Lepo (C) 14-7, 2.Julsaint (C) 14-7; High jump — 1.Roberts (E) 5-6, 2.(tie) Faith Wenrich (C), 4-10; Pole vault — 1.Sammi Lowery (C) 10-7, 2.Abby Zeger (C) 8-6, 3.Kibbe (C) 8-6; Javelin — 1.Fallinger (E) 99-11, 2.Mathia McKay (C) 98-3, 3.Katie Carbaugh (C) 87-5.

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