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MARION >> Shalom Christian locked in its first win of the Mason-Dixon Christian Conference playoffs Tuesday in a 6-1 victory over Heritage.

Junior Chase Martin had a hat trick and an assist for the Flames (13-4-1), who out-shot Heritage 32-3.

"It was a hard-fought game by both teams," Shalom coach Chris Lehman said. "Our defense played well once again and Chase (Martin) really had a big night for us."

Shalom earned just one save against Heritage, but goalkeeper Travis West did not stop the shot. Cyrus Lehman had the lone save for the Flames off a long shot made from midfield by Heritage. Lehman also had a goal and two assists. Jonah Stains and Peter Livermore also scored for the Flames.

Shalom will play an MDCC semifinal game on Thursday in Marion against an opponent to be named later.

Shalom Christian 6, Heritage 1

Heritage00—0

Shalom Christian24—0

First half — (SH) Chase Martin, asst. Jonah Stains 2nd min., (SH) Martin, asst. Tucker King, 19th.

Second half — (SH) Cyrus Lehman, asst. Jerry Min, 45th, (H) Bryce Corbett, 46th. (SH) Peter Livermore, asst. Martin, 49th, (SH) Stains, asst, Leyman 52nd. (SH) Martin, asst. Lehman, 66th.

Shots — H 3, SC 32; Corner kicks — H 4, SC 8; Saves — H 7 (Will Faith), SC 1 (Lehman).

SHENANDOAH VALLEY 8, CUMB. VALLEY CHRISTIAN 4 >> Shenandoah Valley scored three goals in the first seven minutes and went on to claim a victory over Cumberland Valley Christian in the Mason-Dixon Christian Conference quarterfinals.

The Blazers (5-15) managed 16 shots on goal but did not earn a corner kick all evening.

Soto Ono and Eric Woo led CV Christian with two goals apiece. Kenneth Hott had a pair of assists, while Sterling Bard and Eli Black each had a helper.

"We're a young team, and we just came out very flat in the playoffs," CVC coach Stan Hott said. "We allowed them to score in bursts."

The Blazers did have a burst of their own when Woo scored twice and Ono scored once in a span of less than seven minutes.

Shenandoah Valley 8, CV Christian 4

CV Christian04—4

Shenandoah Valley44—8

First half — (SV) Luke Phaneuf, 1st min., (SV) Joshua Mallwood, 5th, (SV) Phaneuf, 7th, (SV) Mallwood, 29th

Second half — (SV) Kenton Geyer, 41st, (SV) Mallwood, 42nd, (SV) Chris Mason, 44th, (CVC) Soto Ono, asst. Kenneth Hott, 49th, (SV) Abel Green, 62nd, (CVC) Eric Woo, asst. Sterling Bard, 70th,. (CVC) Ono, asst. Hott, 71st, (CVC) Woo, asst. Eli Black, 77th.

Shots — CVC 16, SV 29; Corner kicks — CVC 0, SV 4; Saves — CVC 20 (Black 16, Aaron Johnson 4), SV 13.

Girls volleyball

SHALOM CHRISTIAN 3, BROADFORDING 1 >> It wasn't easy for Shalom Christian in a Mason-Dixon Christian Conference quarterfinal against Broadfording, but the Flames had a strong defensive game and earned the victory.

Shalom will play in the semifinals on Saturday at Grace.

"Broadfording definitely gave us a run for our money tonight," Shalom coach Katie Gantz said. "Our girls can get quite lackadaisical sometimes, and Broadfording capitalized on that during the second and third set."

After winning the first two sets, 25-6 and 25-21, the Flames (15-2) were taken down, 25-20. They came back strong to complete the victory, 25-7.

Haley Bricker led a very well-rounded defense with 29 digs. Bethany Blank (19), Brooke Kuhns (19), Paige Hoover (14) and Lexy Poe (13) were all big contributors. Poe led the offense with 14 kills, and Bricker finished with 11 kills and eight service aces.

SHALOM CHRISTIAN 3, BROADFORDING 1

Sets — SC 25-6, SC 25-21, Broad 25-20, SC 25-7

at Marion

Shalom Christian Statistics

Kills — Lexy Poe 14, Haley Bricker 11, Brooke Kuhns 11; Blocks — Bricker 4, Kuhns 2; Assists — Kylie Eby 42; Digs — Bricker 29, Bethany Blank 19, Kuhns 19, Paige Hoover 14, Poe 13; Aces — Bricker 8.

CUMBERLAND VALLEY CHRISTIAN 3, CALVARY 1 >> After losing the opening set 26-24, Cumberland Valley Christian came back to defeat Calvary in a Mason-Dixon Christian Conference quarterfinal.

"We started out a little slow tonight; we didn't serve as well as we normally do," CVC coach Carole Rosenberry said. "However, the girls improved on their passing and hitting, keeping Calvary scrambling for balls and unable to get a good offense going. They played hard tonight and kept up their intensity."

Brianna Miley had 15 kills for the Blazers while floor captain Loryn Sanders had 28 assists, six aces and four kills against Calvary.

CV Christian will play in the MDCC semifinals on Saturday at Grace Academy against an opponent to be named later.

Cumberland Valley Christian 3, Calvary 1

Sets — C 26-24, CVC 25-17, CVC 25-20, CVC 27-25

at Chambersburg

CV Christian Statistics

Kills — Brianna Miley 15, Hunter Timmons 8; Assists — Loryn Sanders 28; Digs — Shelby Heckman 10, Miley 8; Aces — Sanders 6.

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