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H.S. Highlights: Shalom Christian posts pair of shutouts

Shalom Academy's boys soccer team came out of the gates on fire.

The Flames captured a 5-0 victory over Calvary on Monday night in Mason-Dixon Christian Conference action. They were led by Jonah Stains' hat trick, and Peter Livermore added a goal and an assist.

Travis West and Micah Lehman split time in goal, needed only two saves apiece to preserve the shutout.

"Our defense did an excellent job tonight, especially the back four of Mikey (White), Nathan (Schaffer), Zach (Edwards) and Jacob (Nicholas)," Shalom coach Chris Lehman said. "They won so many balls and then distributed well, and we really built our possession from the back all the way up to the front. Continuing from last Friday night, Jonah and Peter again had some outstanding finishes."

White also had a goal for the Flames (2-0, 2-0 MDCC).


Shalom 3, Calvary 0: Just as successful on the court as it was on the field, Shalom's girls volleyball team took down Calvary in straight sets of MDCC action.

Haley Bricker stuffed the stat sheet with eight kills, two blocks, four aces and five digs. Lauren Stains led the Flames (2-0, 2-0 MDCC) with nine kills, while Bethany Blank paced the defense with eight digs.


James Buchanan 3, Northern York 2: James Buchanan has now reeled off three straight victories after a non-league defeat of Northern York.

Rachel Martin and Meridyth Sanders each won 6-2, 6-3 at Nos. 1 and 2 singles, respectively, while the No. 2 doubles team of Leah Wingert and Amber Clark gave the Rockets (3-1) the decisive third point.


Trojans go 6-0: Range End gave up some low scores Monday in a Mid Penn Colonial Division golf match, with Northern York's Austin Schreffler firing a 3-under 68 and eight other golfers breaking 80 on the par 71 layout.

Chambersburg's four scorers all shot their best round of the season and the Trojans beat runner-up Waynesboro by 29 strokes to increase their winning streak to 181 matches.

For the winners, Karsen Rush carded a 1-under 70, Luke Ocker shot 73, Grayson Hopple posted a 75 and Mary Kate Norcross added a 77. Norcross finished two shots back of the 75 shot by Waynesboro's Olivia Gardenhour for low score among the girls.

Greencastle-Antrim took third behind Waynesboro and Shippensburg was fifth.

Other area golfers who finished in the 70s included Jacob Suder of James Buchanan (77), John WIlliams of G-A (78) and Paul Steiger of 'Boro (79), while Ship's Tanner Greenawalt came in at 80.