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LEWISBERRY >> Chambersburg's girls volleyball team got better as Tuesday night went on, and it led to a dominating 3-0 win over Mid Penn Commonwealth Division foe Red Land.

The Trojans (4-0, 3-0 MPC) jumped out to a 25-15 win in the first set and followed with 25-17 and 25-14 wins to close things out.

"I thought as a group we improved as the match went on," Chambersburg coach Ty Frelin said. "We served tough tonight and used a lot of short serves to frustrate them and keep them out of their system."

Caitlin Vrabel led the attack with 13 kills, and Lauren Diller added six. Lauren Ching had 22 assists and 12 service points, and Kailey Layman and Danessa Martin had 11 digs each.

"Our timing is getting better, and all-in-all I thought we came around and played better as a group," Frelin said.

Chambersburg 3, Red Land 0

Sets — 25-15, 25-17, 25-14

at Lewisberry

Chambersburg Statistics

Kills — Caitlin Vrabel 13, Lauren Diller 6; Assists — Lauren Ching 22; Digs — Kailey Layman 11, Danessa Martin 11; Service points — Ching 12, Layman 9, Vrabel 8; Aces — Layman 4, Vrabel 3, Ching 2.

JV score — Chambersburg 2, Red Land 0 (25-23, 25-16).

WAYNESBORO 3, SHIPPENSBURG 0 >> Shippensburg put up a nice fight in the second set, but it couldn't overcome Waynesboro in a Mid Penn Capital Division match.

The Lady Hounds (0-3, 0-3 MPC) scored 23 points in Set 2, but were held to 13 and 8 points in the first and third, respectively. The Maidens (4-0, 3-0 MPC) put up a fine defensive display. Alyssa Taylor led the way with 12 digs, but Ciara Rosenberger (6), Kaylie Yarnell (6), Jordan Stoops (5) and Emily Bryan (5) all made contributions.

Waynesboro 3, Shippensburg 0

Sets — 25-13, 25-23, 25-8

at Waynesboro

Waynesboro Statistics

Kills — Olivia Fogelsonger 12, Brycelin Spidel 10; Assists — Jordan Stoops 36; Digs — Alyssa Taylor 12.

GREENCASTLE 3, BIG SPRING 2 >> Keri Gearhart laid down 20 kills, and Sydney Shepherd added 10 as Greencastle-Antrim defeated Big Spring in a Mid Penn Capital Division match.

The Blue Devils (3-1, 3-0 MPC) took a 2-1 lead before falling in extra points in Set 4. But Greencastle came back to win the decisive fifth, 15-11.

Jess Root and Rachel Verhoef also contributed to a well-rounded offense; both finished with four kills and six blocks. The defense also had four players finish in double digits in digs – Gabby Baughman (22), Shepherd (12), Chloe McKenzie (12) and Molly Elliott (10).

Greencastle 3, Big Spring 2

Sets — BS 25-23, GA 25-16, GA 25-17, BS 27-25, GA 15-11

at Greencastle

Greencastle Statistics

Kills — Keri Gearhart 20, Sydney Shepherd 10; Blocks — Jess Root 6, Rachel Verhoef 6; Assists — Chloe McKenzie 34; Digs — Gabby Baughman 22, Shepherd 12, Chloe McKenzie 12, Molly Elliott 10; Aces — Elliott 5.

JV score — Big Spring 2, Greencastle 0 (25-23, 25-17).

JAMES BUCHANAN 3, WEST PERRY 0 >> James Buchanan picked up its first victory of the season, shutting out West Perry in a Mid Penn Capital Division match.

"We played a lot better tonight," Rocket coach Tanya Miller said. "The team is coming together, and we're finding where our strongest spots are on the court and where we need to be. Everything came together to get our first win."

Erica Eberly led the offense for JB (1-2, 1-2 MPC) with nine kills, while Tyana Quivers followed with eight kills and six digs. Emma Wise also recorded six digs.

James Buchanan 3, West Perry 0

Sets — 25-21, 26-24, 25-21

at Elliottsburg

James Buchanan Statistics

Kills — Erica Eberly 9; Assists — Kayla Cummings 23; Digs — Tyana Quivers 6, Emma Wise 6; Aces — Eberly 4.

JV score — James Buchanan 2, West Perry 0 (25-19, 25-12).

CALVARY 3, CUMB. VALLEY CHRISTIAN 2 >> Despite leading 2-0 after the first two sets, Cumberland Valley Christian could not hang on and suffered a Mason-Dixon Christian Conference loss at the hands of Calvary Christian.

"The girls played really hard tonight, but we just couldn't pull it out," CVC coach Carole Rosenberry said. "In Game 3, our passing was a bit erratic and we weren't able to recover from that completely. Despite the loss, the girls served very well again and played some good defense."

Brianna Miley and Hunter Timmons split 22 kills evenly to pace the offense for the Blazers (2-4, 1-4 MDCC). Taylor Heck finished with seven aces, while Loryn Sanders had five.

Calvary 3, CV Christian 2

Sets — CVC 26-24, CVC 25-18, Cal 25-15, Cal 27-25, Cal 15-13

at Cresaptown, Md.

CV Christian Statistics

Kills — Brianna Miley 11, Hunter Timmons 11; Assists — Loryn Sanders 30; Aces — Taylor Heck 7, Sanders 5.

SHALOM CHRISTIAN 3, SHENANDOAH VALLEY 0 >> Shalom Christian extended its win streak to six matches with a non-league shutout of Shenandoah Valley.

The Flames (6-1) were dominating in the win, holding Shenandoah to 21, 13 and 8 points, respectively.

Shalom's defense was especially productive and was led by Lexy Poe, who had 15 digs. Bethany Blank contributed eight, and Paige Hoover and Brooke Kuhns each finished with seven.

Shalom Christian 3,

Shenadoah Valley 0

Sets — 25-21, 25-13, 25-8

at Marion

Shalom Christian Statistics

Kills — Brooke Kuhns 10; Blocks — Haley Bricker 2; Assists — Kylie Eby 22; Digs — Lexy Poe 15; Aces — Bethany Blank 3.

JV score — Shalom 2, Shenandoah Valley 0.

MERCERSBURG 3, ST. MARIA GORETTI 0 >> Mercersburg Academy got off to a solid start and rolled to an Independent Parochial School League victory.

The Blue Storm (3-0, 1-0 IPSL) did not allow the Gaels to score more than 19 points in any set.

Tori Yoder led Mercersburg with eight kills, and Morgan Steiner was unstoppable from the service line, racking up 10 aces.

Mercersburg 3, Goretti 0

Sets — 25-13, 25-19, 25-16

at Hagerstown, Md.

Mercersburg Statistics

Kills — Tori Yoder 8; Blocks — Hannah Hassoun 2; Assists — Mallory Sipes 11; Digs — Rebecca Li 4; Aces — Morgan Steiner 10.

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