The Chambersburg boys soccer team stretched its unbeaten streak to 10 games Monday with a quality non-league win on the road.

The Trojans' Nathan Maynard converted a penalty kick with 14 minutes left to give his team a 3-2 victory over Gettysburg, which came in 11-2 and was ranked third in Class 3A in District 3.

It doesn't get any easier for the depleted Trojans (8-2-2), who hosted District 3's top Class 3A team, Lower Dauphin (13-0), on Tuesday night at Trojan Stadium. Chambersburg is currently ranked No. 3 in 4A.

"With the low numbers we have, and the players we have on the field, I'm extremely proud of these guys," Trojan coach Corey Grove said. "Even though we have a lot of kids out, we're still getting results against good teams."

Matt Yingling put the Warriors on the board just 3:35 into the game. Rafael Bonilla scored his first goal of the season to tie it for Chambersburg, then Yingling scored again. But before halftime, the Trojans' Cameron Dale hit the net to tie it up again.

The winning PK came after Rene Quintanilla was taken down in the box.

Grove said, "Rene drew the foul and Nate finished it. He is just so composed over the ball."


Boys soccer

James Buchanan 4, Big Spring 3, 2OT: With just 3 minutes left in the second overtime and almost no light left in the sky, the Rockets got a goal by Connor Fritsche to send Big Spring to a Mid Penn Colonial defeat.

Alex Truett and Isaac Shenton gave JB (4-9, 2-7 MPC) a 2-0 lead and Truett’s second goal made it 3-2, but Connor O’Brien tied it with five minutes for the Bulldogs. Big Spring’s other two goals were on penalty kicks, while Derek Pine had two assists for the Rockets.

McConnellsburg 2, Chestnut Ridge 1, 2OT: Landon Seiders netted the game-winner with 6:59 gone in the first overtime period to lift the Spartans to their second 2-1 OT victory over the Lions this season. Ridge took a first-half lead, but Seiders scored his first goal to tie the game. Josh Booth assisted on the final goal and Hunter Souders made nine saves in goal for McConnellsburg (7-1-1, 6-0-1 SHL).

Southern Fulton 6, Northern Bedford 1: Chase Varner tallied three goals and an assist to lead Southern Fulton over the Panthers in an SHL game. Benjy Voight knocked in two goals and had an assist and Casey Spade also found the net for the Indians (6-4, 5-2 SHL). Colby Whiteside made three saves.

Shalom Christian 9 , Heritage 0: The Flames (12-1, 10-1 MDCC) had their way with Heritage. Peter Livermore and Chase Martin each scored three goals and had two assists to lead the way. Jonah Stains, Tucker King and Aden Priest also got into the scoring act.

Mountain View 1, Cumb. Valley Christian 0: Mountain View broke up a scoreless game with just two minutes to go to edge the Blazers (4-10). Simon Cornwell scored the game-winner.

Fannett-Metal 2, Hyndman 1: Mikell McGee played hero for the Tigers, netting the game-winning goal with seven minutes remaining in regulation against Hyndman in a non-league contest. Wyatt Thorne also had a hand in the win, tying the game with just 46 seconds left in the first half. Fannett-Metal is now 5-5 on the season.

Girls soccer

James Buchanan 3, Big Spring 2: Three different players notched a goal for James Buchanan in a narrow Mid Penn Colonial Division win over the Bulldogs. Saige Eckard, Sydney Benedick and Elivia Kipe scored, while Maddy Peck had an assist. Siarra Gossert made four saves for the Rockets (5-6-1, 3-4-1 MPC), who have won three of their last four games.

Girls volleyball

James Buchanan 3, Shippensburg 2: The teams battled back-and-forth through five games, with the final three having close scores. JB won the first (25-18) and third games (26-24) and Ship took the second (25-18) and fourth (25-23), while the Rockets prevailed in the fifth, 15-12.

For James Buchanan (8-4), which has won five of its last six matches, Tyana Quivers had 13 kills and nine digs, Sarah Blair had 13 digs and 14 kills, Rachel Manikowski had six aces and Jenna Mongold had 11 assists and 17 digs.

Broadfording 3, Fannett-Metal 0: Emily Metcalfe led the Tigers with seven kills, and four aces, but it was not enough to lift Fannett-Metal over Broadfording, which claimed a non-league match 28-26, 25-21, 25-22. Haleigh Dunkle had three aces for the Tigers (1-13).

Heritage 3, Shalom Christian 1: Shalom Christian can’t quite figure out Heritage Academy, falling to the Eagles 3-1 in an MDCC match. Haley Bricker had 19 kills and 13 digs to complete a double-double. She also had five aces and three blocks for the Flames (10-3, 9-3 MDCC). Heritage has given Shalom two of its defeats.

Cumb. Valley Christian 3, Mountain View 0: Cumberland Valley Christian had an easy night with a non-league sweep of Mountain View, not allowing the Conquerors to score more than 14 points to be scored in any set. Ashley Winter has seven kills and four aces for the Blazers (7-8).

Field hockey

Greencastle-Antrim 1, Milton Hershey 0:  The Blue Devils got an early second-half goal from Alexis Sibbio, assisted by Jean Hart, and made it stand up for a non-league win over the Spartans. MacKenzie Oberholzer made four saves to preserve the shutout for Greencastle (7-5), which has won four of its last five games.

G-A coach Rebecca Rice said, “The  girls came out fired up for Senior Night, and it showed in our time of possession at their end. We were only able to score one goal, but stifling defense and were able to neutralize their speed.”

West Perry 5, Shippensburg 1:  The Lady Hounds drew within 2-1 when Maddie Kline scored off a pass from Zoe Holtry two minutes into the second half, but the Mustangs pulled away. Shippensburg (6-7, 5-5 MPC Colonial) was outshot 21-5.

Forbes Road 3, Southern Huntingdon 0: McKenzie Gelvin scored two goals and assisted on the other to carry the Cardinals (8-3, 6-0 Keystone League). Olivia Hall was the other goalscorer, and Sierra Everhart contributed an assist. Zoe Cutchall stopped two shots to finish the shutout.

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