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It was a big day in the discus Tuesday for Chambersburg's Kelton Chastulik.

In the Trojans' final dual meet of the season, a 90-60 loss to Mifflin County, Chastulik broke the school record in the discus that he had been shooting for all season. He hit 178-1 to wipe out the record of Mike Clark set in 2001 (166-1). Chastulik hit that throw in the last toss of the trials, and in the final three throws, he hit 169, 167 and 165-9.

Trojan coach Bob Walker said, "The kid from Mifflin County (Andrew Bennett) had done well down at the Penn Relays, and there was a pretty big crowd watching those two. I think Kelton was behind until he hit that big throw, and that must have disappointed the fans."

Chambersburg (3-4, 3-4 MPC) got a pair of wins from Trayton Barnett in the 110 (15.5) and 300 (42.1) hurdles, while Nate Reed won the long (20-3.5) and triple (40-9) jumps.

The Trojan girls (5-1, 5-1 MPC) picked up a 98-52 victory to finish 5-2 (5-2 MPC). Reagan Winebrenner won the shot put (36-3) and discus (121-10.5), while Jaelynn Walker took the high jump (4-8) and tied with Jocelyn Kibbe in the pole vault at 9-6.

A WILD ONE: Greencastle-Antrim and Waynesboro hooked up in a powerful offensive display in softball Tuesday, with the Blue Devils prevailing 19-10. G-A scored five runs in the fifth to break a 10-10 deadlock.

Jenna Carty and Abby Reitz  belted two-run home runs for the Devils (11-5, 8-1 MPC), and each had two hits and three RBIs, as did Olivia Remenick. Greencastle can wrap up the division with a win over Big Spring on Thursday.

For Waynesboro (9-8, 4-4 MPC), Katie Wise and Hannah Wile each had three hits, and Chelsea Cover, Drew Alldredge and Sam Knopp each had two hits. Cover and Knopp had three RBIs apiece.

Top performers

Baseball

  • Branden Lynch threw a 5-hitter and struck out 8 batters to help Southern Fulton defeat Fannett-Metal 8-2. Lynch also hit a double.

Softball

  • Winning pitcher Carly Swope was 3-for-3 with a double and an RBI and Bridgette Ritchey knocked in 2 runs as McConnellsburg nipped Northern Bedford, 6-5.
  • Jenna Mongold pitched a 3-hitter with 9 strikeouts as James Buchanan ripped Boiling Springs, 15-1. On offense, the Rockets didn't have to do much. JB had only 2 hits, but was walked 13 times. Maddie Bailey scored 4 runs.
  • Brooke Harris pitched a 5-hit shutout and had 2 hits and 2 RBIs for Fannett-Metal in a 9-0 verdict over Southern Fulton. Morgan Ritchey (3 hits) and Emily Metcalfe (2) each hit a double.

Girls soccer

  • Kaitlin Provard scored twice and added an assist as Cumberland Valley Christian topped Carroll Christian, 4-1.
  • In Shalom Christian 12-0 win over Highland View, Brooke Emge scored 6 goals to raise her total to 30 for the season, while Sadie Bland and Julia Wright each had 2 goals.

SCORES

Baseball
State College 14, Chambersburg (5-12, 2-9 MPC) 7
Waynesboro (8-6, 6-3 MPC) 7, Greencastle-Antrim (9-5, 7-2 MPC) 2
Big Spring 5, Shippensburg (4-9, 2-7 MPC) 4
James Buchanan (12-4, 5-4 MPC) 14, Boiling Springs 7
Southern Fulton (10-3, 8-3 SHL.7-2 ICC) 8, Fannett-Metal (4-11, 4-8 SHL, 3-7 ICC) 2

Softball
Greencastle-Antrim (11-5, 8-1 MPC) 19, Waynesboro (9-8, 4-4 MPC) 10
Big Spring at Shippensburg, moved to Wednesday at Ship. U., 4:15
James Buchanan (8-8, 2-6 MPC) 15, Boiling Springs 1, 5 innings
Fannett-Metal  (12-3, 9-3, 7-2) 9, Southern Fulton (1-11, 0-10 SHL/0-9 ICC) 0
McConnellsburg (5-5m 5-5 SHL, 5-3 ICC) 6, Northern Bedford 5

Track & field
Boys: Mifflin County 90, Chambersburg (3-4, 3-4 MPC) 60
Girls: Chambersburg (5-2, 5-2 MPC) 98, Mifflin County 52
Boys: Shippensburg 76, West Perry 74
Boys: Shippensburg (5-1, 4-1 MPC) 108, Big Spring 42
Girls: West Perry 76, Shippensburg 74
Girls: Big Spring 77, Shippensburg (2-4, 2-3 MPC) 73

Lacrosse
Boys: Northern York 11, Chambersburg (3-9, 2-9 MPC) 0
Girls: Northern York 14, Chambersburg (3-9, 1-9 MPC) 131
Boys: Mercersburg Academy (8-4, 2-0 IPSL) 12, St. Maria Goretti 11, OT

Girls soccer
Shalom Christian (10-3) 12, Highland View 0
Cumb. Valley Christian (6-5) 4, Carroll Christian 1

Boys tennis
John Handley 5, Mercersburg Academy (3-8) 2

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