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CHAMBERSBURG >> Chambersburg's track & field teams evened their records at 2-2 with a pair of Mid Penn Commonwealth Division wins over Mifflin County.

The boys got off to a great start, winning the 4x800 relay and sweeping the hurdles, then rode that momentum to a 108-42 victory. The girls won all but two events on the track and earned a 106-44 win.

"We finally got some nice weather, and I really felt like the kids capitalized on that opportunity," Chambersburg boys coach Bob Walker said. "You like to see that as a coach. We swept the relays, and we almost won the meet on the track alone. A lot of people were responsible for those wins; it wasn't just one or two people."

Tanner Amsley kick-started the success for the boys (2-2, 2-2 MPC). Despite trailing by at least 20 meters heading into the last leg of the 4x800, he past his Huskie opponent rounding the first turn, and the Trojans went on to win the race by nearly 10 seconds.

"That really inspired our whole team," Walker said. "But I cautioned our captains: Remember the Cumberland Valley meet. We started off well, but we needed to finish. The boys kept the hammer down the entire meet."

Kelton Chastulik picked up a pair of wins, throwing the shot 47-5.5 and the discus 148-2. Nate Long was first in the javelin (148-2) and second in the shot (42-10).

"The throwing trio of Kelton, Nate and Nery (Gordiano, second in discus) got a lot of points for us," Walker said. "Kendall Keepler is getting better every day. He's never cleared 6-2 outdoors before, and he had a lot of nice attempts at 6-4."

Keepler took second in the event. Also, Alex Aquino-Flores had a season best time in the 400, clocking in at 52.6 seconds to win the event.

Like the boys, the Lady Trojans (2-2, 2-2 MPC) swept the relays, recording season-best times in all three.

"(Abby) Yourkavitch, (Cadie) Kiser and (Kaylee) Mowery did their normal scoring for us," Trojan girls coach Chris Monheim said. "But also, Ally Neidigh and Cassie Essie had really good meets today, and Mara Leary scored some good points for us too. Cirsten Kelly and Miana Harrison continue to do a great job for us in the sprints."

Madison Swain recorded a personal best in the 400, finishing in 1:05.4 to take third place. Reagan Winebrenner took second in the shot with a PR throw of 33-4, and Mathia McKay threw the javelin 102-0, her first time over 100-feet, to place second.

"We had a great day overall," Monheim said. "It was our best day on the track by far of the season. The weather was great, so the performances across the board were very good."

BOYS

Chambersburg 108, Mifflin County 42 at Trojan Stadium

4x800 relay — 1.Chbg (Chris Wurtz, Kevin Madrigal, Spencer Dann, Tanner Amsley) 8:17.7; 110 hurdles — 1.Noah Shatzer (C) 16.5, 2.Kendall Keepler (C) 16.8, 3.Ali Brown (C) 16.8; 100 — 1.Kory Harris (C) 11.3, 3.Tyler Fritz (C) 11.5; 1,600 — 1.Wurtz (C) 4:40.4, 2.Alex Hayden (C) 4:44.5; 4x100 relay — 1.Chbg (Christian, Keepler, Fritz, Harris) 44.8; 400 — 1.Alex Aquino-Flores (C) 52.6 2.Caleb Thompson (C) 53.6; 300 hurdles — 1.Brown (C) 43.7, 2.Shatzer (C) 44.4; 800 — 1.Amsley (C) 2:03.2, 2.Quinn Mangan (C) 2:06, 3.Dann (C) 44.5; 200 — 1.Sechler (MC) 23.6, 2.Harris (C) 23.8, 3.Fritz (C) 24.0; 3,200 — 1.Aultz (MC) 10:42.2, 2.Hayden (C) 10:56.8, 3.Andrew Feldman (C) 11:07.4; 4x400 relay — 1.Chbg (Aquino-Flores, Thompson, Amsley, Brown) 3:38.5; Shot put — 1.Kelton Chastulik (C) 47-5.5, 2.Nate Long (C) 42-10; Discus — 1.Chastulik (C) 118-6, 2.Nery Gordiano (C) 118-6; Triple jump — 1.Jordan Fisher (MC) 41-11.5, 3.Jake Russo (C) 40-3.75; Long jump — 1.Fisher (MC) 20-7.75, 2.Fritz (C) 19-5.5; High jump — 1.Fisher (MC) 6-2, 2.Keepler (C) 6-2, 3.Shatzer (C) 5-6; Pole vault — 1.Evan Vink (C) 11-6, 2.Thompson (C) 10-0; Javelin — 1.Long (C) 171-5.

GIRLS

Chambersburg 106, Mifflin County 44

4x800 relay — 1.Chbg (Kaylee Mowery, Cassie Essis, Cadie Kiser, Abby Yourkavitch) 10:01.3; 110 hurdles — 1.Kennedy (MC) 16.1, 2.Robyn Guarriello (C) 16.9; 100 — 1.Miana Harrison (C) 12.9, 2.Camryn Greenlee (C) 13.3; 1,600 — 1.Yourkavitch (C) 5:28.4, 2.Kiser (C) 5:35.7, 3.Ally Neidigh (C) 5:42.4; 4x100 relay — 1.Chbg (Greenlee, Cirsten Kelly, Racheal Berman, Harrison) 50.9; 400 — 1.Berman (C) 1:04.4, 3.Swain (C) 1:05.4; 300 hurdles — 1.Kennedy (MC) 48.5, 2.Nolan (C) 51.7, 3.Ashley Fuentes (C) 52.5; 800 — 1.Yourkavitch (C) 2:30.7, 2.Essis (C) 2:34.6; 200 — 1.Kelly (C) 26.3, 2.Harrison (C) 26.4, 3.Greenlee (C) 27.9; 3,200 — 1.Mowery (C) 11:51, 2.Mara Lary (C) 12:30.2; 4x400 relay — 1.Chbg (Kelly, Swain, Berman, Harrison) 4:16.3; Shot put — 1.Makala Rearick (MC) 35-10.5, 2.Reagan Winebrenner (C) 33-4, 3.Tess Swanger (C) 32-11.75; Discus — 1.Makenzie Rearick (MC) 102-0, 3.Swanger (C) 91-10; Triple jump — 1.Jocelyn Kibbe (C) 33-1.25, 3.Atachnee Julsaint (C) 32-10; Long jump — 1.Molly Dunmire (MC) 15-8, 2.Marissa Lepo (C) 15-4, 3.Abby Zeger (C) 14-10; High jump — 1.Faith Wenrich (C) 4-10, 2.Kira Monson (C) 4-10; Pole vault — 1.Sammi Lowery (C) 10-0, 2.Kibbe (C) 8-6, 3.Zeger (C) 8-0; Javelin — 1.Grace Wagner (MC) 105-9, 2.Mathia McKay (C) 102-0, 3.Katie Carbaugh (C) 89-11.

BLUE DEVILS SWEEP BIG SPRING >> Greencastle-Antrim's boys team won every single event en route to a dominating Mid Penn Colonial Division victory over Big Spring, 142-8.

The girls also had a fine day, resulting in a 103-5-46.5 victory.

The boys (2-1, 2-1 MPC) had three performers pick up a pair of wins each. Josh Ehko won both hurdle races, Liam Okal took first in the 100 and the 200, and Daniel Salazar won the 1,600 and 3,200.

On the girls side (2-1, 2-1 MPC), Erica Helm led the way with victories in the 100 hurdles, the triple jump and the high jump. Jordan Pizzaro won both sprints.

BOYS

Greencastle 142, Big Spring 8 at Greencastle

4x800 relay — 1.GA 9:22.5; 110 hurdles — 1.Josh Ehko (GA) 10:53.0; 100 — 1.Liam Okal (GA) 11.1; 1,600 — 1.Daniel Salazar (GA) 4:50.7; 4x100 relay — 1.GA 46.9; 400 — 1.Luke Kayga (GA) 55.1; 300 hurdles — 1.Ehko (GA) 45.0; 800 — 1.Luke Herman (GA) 2:22.1; 200 — 1.Okal (GA) 22.3; 3,200 — 1.Salazar (GA) 10:53.0; 4x400 relay — 1.GA 3:47.5; Shot put — 1.Bobby Rider (GA) 42-6.5; Discus — 1.Campbell Parker (GA) 139-11; Triple jump — 1.Tyler Graham (GA) 37-0; Long jump — 1.Graham Horst (GA) 19-2; High jump — 1.Danny Wang (GA) 5-6; Pole vault — 1.Tanner Bain (GA) 10-0; Javelin — 1.Clayton Hartman (GA) 133-0.

GIRLS

Greencastle 103.5, Big Spring 46.5

4x800 relay — 1.BS 10:55.2; 100 hurdles — 1.Erica Helm (GA) 16.5; 100 — 1.Jordan Pizzaro (GA) 12.7; 1,600 — 1.Madison Hurley (GA) 5:30.2; 4x100 relay — 1.GA 53.0; 400 — 1.Stephanie Swartz (BS) 1:04.7; 300 hurdles — 1.Megan Emlet (BS) 48.8; 800 — 1.Lauren Hirneisen (GA) 2:27.6; 200 — 1.Pizzaro (GA) 27.3; 3,200 — 1.Hurley (GA) 12:28.0; 4x400 relay — 1.GA 4:31.9; Shot put — 1.Rachelle Hair (BS) 31-2; Discus — 1.Rachel Bartlett (GA) 99-0; Triple jump — 1.Helm (GA) 32-2; Long jump — 1.Stephanie Swartz (BS) 17-2.5; High jump — 1.Helm (GA) 4-10; Pole vault — 1.Marie Boyer (GA) 8-0; Javelin — 1.Jasmin Wright (GA) 100-04.

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