Chapin Score Board: Sports Wrap Up

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Chapin Score Board: Sports Wrap Up

Volleyball players, pose with Coach Jenny.

Volleyball players, pose with Coach Jenny.

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Volleyball players, pose with Coach Jenny.

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Volleyball players, pose with Coach Jenny.

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As fall marches on in Chapin, the fall sports* are coming to an end.  Many sports including swimming, Tennis, Football, Cross Country, and Volleyball each had a respectable first 5A season.  In total Chapin went on to contest for State in 2 sports.

Volleyball: Chapin Varsity Volleyball played in the second round of the playoffs Tuesday night against Ashley Ridge. Chapin lost (3-1) and have been eliminated from the playoffs. Chapin won set 2 and was defeated in sets 1, 3 and 44 Volleyball named Maisey Garner who was injured in the first set of the match. On the play where Maisey was injured she was charging to the middle of the court to get a ball on a fake and when she landed she landed unevenly on another players foot.

 

Chapin Varsity Football vs White Knoll (Homecoming)Football: Chapin High School will play Friday night against Spring Valley. Chapin comes into the game with a record of 4-5 and will be traveling to the 6-3 Spring Valley’s home turf. The Eagles have had a rough season since they have advanced to 5A and have missed their chance at the playoffs this year. Chapin has had some crucial injuries, especially on their defensive line. The three starters on the Defensive line; Jacob Drag, and Garrett Huyck; have all been restricted due to knee injuries and Conner Laugh has returned from his shoulder injury. The Eagles hope to rebound after a 36-29 loss against Nation Ford.

 

 

Cross Country: Chapin Varsity Cross Country competed in state Qualifiers on Saturday, October 27. The varsity girls qualified for state and will run this Saturday. Jaden Kingsley qualified individually for state with a time of 16:09. Scott Partrich said, “He is a beast…He’s our best runner.” The state meet will end the season for Cross Country.

 

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*Additional sports will be added as score reports come in

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