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CHAMBERSBURG >> It was a quick day at the office for Chambersburg's girls volleyball team on Tuesday night.

The Trojans held Central Dauphin East to 11 points or fewer in all three sets of Mid Penn Commonwealth Division shutout.

Chambersburg (12-3, 11-3 MPC) started off in dominating fashion, holding the Panthers to a mere five points in the first set.

Haylee Holsopple led the Trojans' attack with seven kills, while Cara Long contributed four. Erica Lightfoot, Jenna Lombardozzi, Lauren Diller and Kailey Layman all smacked three kills apiece.

Lauren Ching had a fine effort for Chambersburg, recording 15 assists, 14 service points and seven aces.

Chambersburg 3, CD East 0

Sets — 25-5, 25-8, 25-11

at CASHS Field House

Chambersburg Statistics

Kills — Haylee Holsopple 7, Cara Long 4, Erin Lightfoot 3, Jenna Lombardozzi 3, Lauren Diller 3, Kailey Layman 3; Assists — Lauren Ching 15, Rebecca Stewart 8; Service points — Ching 14, Laken Myers 9, Stewart 7; Aces — Ching 7, Stewart 3.

JV score — Chambersburg 2, CD East 0 (25-6, 25-3).

WAYNESBORO 3, JAMES BUCHANAN 0 >> Waynesboro used a well-rounded offense to take down James Buchanan in a Mid Penn Capital Division match.

Olivia Fogelsonger led the Maidens (16-0, 11-0 MPC) with 14 kills, while Ciara Rosenberger followed right behind with 13. Brycelin Spidel finished with nine kills and two blocks, while Rachel Johnson also had eight kills.

The Rockets (6-7, 5-6 MPC), who scored only five points in the first set, improved as the day went on. They lost the next two just 25-16 and 15-18, respectively.

"After we played the first game, we were brutally reminded how hard we had to play against Waynesboro," JB coach Tonya Miller said. "In the second and third sets, we made a run and worked hard to stay with them. We gave up a couple points on errors, and this isn't a team you can give free points to."

Waynesboro 3, James Buchanan 0

Sets — 25-5, 25-16, 25-18

at Waynesboro

James Buchanan Statistics

Kills — Erica Eberly 6; Blocks — Tyana Quivers 4; Assists — Kayla Cummings 10; Digs — Sarah Blair 10; Aces — Samantha Parson 2.

Waynesboro Statistics

Kills — Olivia Fogelsonger 14, Ciara Rosenberger 13; Blocks — Fogelsonger 3, Brycelin Spidel 2, Jordan Stoops 2; Assists — Stoops 34; Digs — Alyssa Taylor 17; Aces — Lauren Channing 3, Kaylie Yarnell 3.

JV score — Waynesboro 2, James Buchanan 1 (25-23, 27-25, 15-12).

GREENCASTLE 3, BOILING SPRINGS 0 >> Greencastle-Antrim swept Boiling Springs in a Mid Penn Capital Division match.

The Blue Devils (10-6, 8-3 MPC) got more productive as the match went on, holding the Bubblers to just 14 points in the final set.

Keri Gearhart had 13 kills for Greencastle, while Kirti Venkatesh had 33 assists and led the team with two aces.

Greencastle 3, Boiling Springs 0

Sets — 25-17, 25-15, 25-14

at Boiling Springs

Greencastle Statistics

Kills — Keri Gearhart 13, Elizabeth Dagliano 8, Rachel Verhoef 7; Blocks — Gearhart 1, Jess Root 1; Assists — Kirti Venkatesh 33; Digs — Dagliano 12, Gabby Baughman 8; Aces — Venkatesh 2.

JV score — Greencastle 2, Boiling Springs 0 (25-8, 25-14).

BIG SPRING 3, SHIPPENSBURG 0 >> Shippensburg struggled to get its offense going in a Mid Penn Capital Division loss to Big Spring.

Cierra Noel led the Lady Hounds (2-10, 2-9 MPC) with just four kills, while Eva Nye finished with three and Rianon McKee had a pair.

"We must have strong hitters in order to win matches," Ship coach Suwan Kongkeattikul said. "Tonight, Big Spring had better hitters than Shippensburg."

Big Spring 3, Shippensburg 0

Sets — 25-19, 25-13, 25-17

at Shippensburg

Shippensburg Statistics

Kills — Cierra Noel 4; Assists — Mariah Throckmorton 7.

MCCONNELLSBURG 3, MERCERSBURG 1 >> McConnellsburg earned a 3-1 victory over Mercersburg in a non-league match after allowing the Blue Storm to even the match in the second set.

McConnellsburg (11-2) battled back in the third and fourths sets to earn the win with 25-22 and 25-17 victories in games three and four, respectively.

"We were glad to pull it out in game four," McConnellsburg coach Heidi Johnston said. "I thought we served a little bit more aggressively tonight but it will nice to get back to work on the basics at practice."

Kylie Keefer and Bridgette Ritchey led McConnellsburg with 13 and 12 kills, respectively.

McConnellsburg 3, Mercersburg 1

Sets — McC 25-14, Merc 25-22, McC 25-22, McC 25-17

at McConnellsburg

McConnellsburg Statistics

Kills — Kylie Keefer 13, Bridgette Ritchey 12; Blocks — Ritchey 2, Kacey Hann 1, Keefer 1; Assists — Lindsey Randler 33; Digs — Carly Swope 19; Aces — Randler 5, Kailey Dils 3, Tara Cutchall 3.

JV score — McConnellsburg 2, Mercersburg 0 (25-9, 25-18).

SOUTHERN FULTON 3, TUSSEY MOUNTAIN 0 >> Southern Fulton pulled out three narrow victories en route to a Sideling Hill/Inter-County Conference victory over Tussey Mountain.

The Indians (6-5, 3-4 SHL, 3-3 ICC) had a fine day from the service line. Peyton Koons racked up 13 service points and five aces, while Drew Gordon had 12 points and six aces.

Gordon also led the offense with seven kills, and Mikayla O'Neal had five kills and five blocks.

Southern Fulton 3

Tussey Mountain 0

Sets — 25-23, 25-21, 25-21

at Saxton

Southern Fulton Statistics

Kills — Drew Gordon 7; Blocks — Mikayla O'Neal 5; Assists — Peyton Koons 16; Digs — Morgan Fitz 28; Service points — Koons 13, Gordon 12; Aces — Gordon 6, Koons 5.

JV score — So. Fulton 2, Tussey Moutain 1 (14-25, 25-23, 15-11).

NORTHERN BEDFORD 3, FANNETT-METAL 0 >> Fannett-Metal put up a nice fight but fell short in a Sideling Hill/Inter-County Conference match against Northern Bedford.

After scoring just 11 points in the first set, the Lady Tigers (1-13, 0-8 SHL, 0-6 ICC) pushed the Panthers to extra points in Set 2 before falling 28-26.

"We had a really good second game," F-M coach Keri Daniel said. "If we could play all games like that, we would win them all. Our only problem is waiting too long to decide we want to play that way. We had quite a few really nice volleys especially in the second game."

Fannett-Metal had a nice defensive game with Kiana Patrick (8 digs), Emily Metcalfe (6) and Lizzie Peppernick (5) all having contributions.

Northern Bedford 3 Fannett-Metal 0

Sets — 25-11, 28-26, 25-14

at Willow Hill

Fannett-Metal Statistics

Kills — Emily Metcalfe 4; Assists — Maci Bowen 3; Digs — Kiana Patrick 8; Service points — Metcalfe 6.

JV score — Northern Bedford 2, Fannett-Metal 0 (26-24, 28-26).

CUMB. VALLEY CHRISTIAN 3, SHENANDOAH VALLEY 2 >> Cumberland Valley Christian came back from a 2-1 deficit to defeat Shenandoah Valley in a Mason-Dixon Christian Conference game.

"The girls played really hard tonight," CVC coach Carole Rosenberry said. "We won the first set, lost the second and third, and still were able to dig deep and pull out the win."

Brianna Miley led the Blazers (9-10, 7-9 MDCC) with 11 kills, while Shelby Heckman paced the defense with six digs.

Ashley Winters was strong from the service line, smacking seven aces, and Hunter Timmons followed right behind with six.

CV Christian 3 Shenandoah Valley 2

Sets — CVC 25-18, SV 25-19, SV 25-22, CVC 25-18, CVC 15-13

at Winchester, Va.

CV Christian Statistics

Kills — Brianna Miley 11; Assists — Loryn Sanders 24; Digs — Shelby Heckman 7, Mackenzie Householder 4; Aces — Ashley Winters 7, Hunter Timmons 6.

JV score — CV Christian 2, Shenandoah Valley 0 (25-11, 25-15).

SHALOM CHRISTIAN 3, GRACE ACADEMY 0 >> Shalom Christian finished out the regular season on a high note with a shutout victory over Grace Academy in Mason-Dixon Christian Conference play.

Haley Bricker stuffed the stat sheet, recording 10 kills, five blocks and 19 digs.

The Flames (14-2, 12-2 MDCC) had a very fine defensive effort led by Bricker. Paige Hoover (14 digs), Brooke Kuhns (13) and Bethany Blank (10) all finished with double-digit digs.

"I am definitely proud of the girls for finishing out their regular season with a 3-0 victory," Shalom coach Katie Gantz said. "Our defensive game was strong tonight. We were big at the net and scrappy with our digging."

Shalom 3, Grace 0

Sets — 25-19, 25-14, 25-16

at Marion

Shalom Statistics

Kills — Haley Bricker 10, Lexy Poe 7; Blocks — Bricker 5; Assists — Kylie Eby 24; Digs — Bricker 19, Paige Hoover 14, Brooke Kuhns 13, Bethany Blank 10; Aces — Brooke Kuhns 2, Hoover 2.

JV score — Grace Academy 2, Shalom Christian 0.

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