The Chamberburg boys lacrosse team earned its first victory of the season with an 11-4 win over Mid Penn Conference opponent Central Dauphin East on Wednesday afternoon.
The Trojans came out fast in the first quarter, jumping to a 5-0 lead and coasted the rest of the way, scoring two points in each of the remaining frames.
"It was nice to get a win, but we're a young group that is getting better every day," Chambersburg coach Paul Flohr said. "Our issues are still at the faceoff X (East won that stat, 15-4), and we've been using four or five guys a game there for the most part."
Thomas Elia and Jace Hopple each scored a hat trick for Chambersburg (1-5, 1-3 MPC), while Hopple also had four assists.
Flohr said, "Hopple had a career day and it's a great building block for the games to come. Hunter Leedy had six groundballs and caused three turnovers, and Jake Vorhees caused four turnovers on defense."
Goalie Clayton Schellhase had 12 saves for the Trojans, and they limited CD East to just two goals in the second and fourth quarters.
Chambersburg, which scored on three of six extra-man situations, also got two goals from Riley Ocker, and one each from Mason Fisher, Griffin Leedy and Cedric Adams.
Central Dauphin 5, Chambersburg 0: Chambersburg was swept in a Mid Penn Commonwealth Division match. Naushair Hussain was the only singles player to force a third set, but lost to Matt Plesco. Both Chambersburg doubles teams played three-set matches, but were shut out in the third. This is the sixth straight loss for Chambersburg (2-6, 0-3 MPC).
James Buchanan 5, Bishop McDevitt 0: James Buchanan swept Mid Penn Colonial foe McDevitt with just one match played in three sets. Isaac Shenton at No. 2 singles allowed his opponent to score just two points through two sets. Chance Wishard played a tight match at No. 1 singles, winning two narrow sets, 7-5 and 6-4 to earn the win for the Rockets (10-1, 6-1 MPC).
Southern Fulton 90, Tussey Mountain 50; Bellwood-Antis 107, Southern Fulton 43: The top performer for the Indians (4-5, 2-5 ICC) was Chase Varner, who won the 800 and 1600 and anchored the winning 4x800 team. Jacob Murray (400) and Gavin Wills (pole vault) also picked up wins for SF.
Southern Fulton 110, Tussey Mountain 34; Bellwood-Antis 79, Southern Fulton 71: Celina Merchant collected 3 wins for the Indians (6-3, 4-2 ICC) - both hurdles races and the long jump. Sarah Wright earned victories in the discus and javelin, as well as Emily Bradshaw (3200), Lisey Pryor (triple jump) and Peyton Koons (shot put).