CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. (AP) — A 13-year-old girl has won an open records battle with Chambersburg Area School District, where officials questioned whether she was old enough to file a Right-to-Know Law request.The state Office of Open Records overruled the district Monday and upheld Savannah Gibson's request for financial information involving its former after-school dance program.The program was run by a man who operates a similar program in which Gibson participates at Susquenita Middle School, which is in a separate district near Harrisburg, the Public Opinion newspaper reported."It was worth all the stressful thinking and figuring out what to say," Gibson told the Chambersburg newspaper, referring to her two-month fight to obtain the records. "It was worth it in the end. I'm glad I can get the paperwork."[…]"Age is not a barrier to filing a request," J. Chadwick Schnee, the agency's assistant chief counsel, said in his ruling.