Public Opinion Honor Roll
SETH CARBAUGH, James Buchanan wrestling: Carbaugh won three consolation bouts at 195, but was defeated in the third-place bout of the New Oxford Tournament, finishing with a 3-2 record, including one pin, for fourth place.
JULIAN CHANCE, Chambersburg boys swimming: Chance claimed first place in the 100 breaststroke against Mifflin County, and placed second in the 50 free, as well as having a hand in the Trojans' win in the 200 free relay.
LYDIA CRIST, Greencastle-Antrim girls basketball: Crist, a freshman, scored a career-high 13 points off the bench against Big Spring, including three 3-pointers.
ASHLYN ELLIS, Chambersburg girls swimming: Ellis claimed two victories in Chambersburg's sweep of Mifflin County, winning the 100 butterfly (1:19.15) and the 200 IM (2:44.97).
COLE GROVE, Chambersburg wrestling: A freshman at 126, Grove won 10-1 in a major decision over Ryan Lesko of Wilson at the District 3 Class AAA first-round dual meet, hitting a takedown in the last five seconds for the major. Wilson won the match 39-26.
TREY KENNEDY, Forbes Road boys basketball: Kennedy, the Cardinals' lone senior, scored a career-high 12 points against Southern Huntingdon on Senior night.
MATT McCANN, Waynesbroro wrestling: McCann went 4-1 at 106 pounds at the New Oxford Tournament on Friday and Saturday, including two pins, to take third place.
MIKELL MCGEE, Fannett-Metal boys basketball: McGee netted 33 points against Carson Long, including six 3-pointers, and added another 22 against Forbes Road, and 13 versus Everett.
MADDIE MILLER, Forbes Road girls basketball: Miller netted a career-high 15 points against Fannett-Metal, then repeated her season's best against Belleville Mennonite.
WADE MILLS, Shippensburg boys basketball: Mills earned a double-double against Northern York as the Greyhounds clinched the Mid Penn Colonial Division title, scoring 13 points and grabbing 12 rebounds. Days earlier, Mills shot 85 percent from the field on the way to scoring 15 points against Gettysburg.
RYAN NEFF, Waynesboro wrestling: At 126 pounds, Neff placed third at the New Oxford Tournament, finishing with a 4-1 record, including two pins.
CHANDLER OLSON, Shippensburg wrestling: Olson was named the Ultimate Warrior Tournament's Outstanding Wrestler on Saturday, claiming the 126-pound weight class, including two major decisions and two pins. He did not allow a point scored against him in the tournament.
JORDAN SEYMORE, Shippensburg girls swimming: Seymore was a double-winner Tuesday in Shippensburg's sweep of East Pennsboro, claiming the 200 and 500 freestyle.
AARON SCHEPIS, Forbes Road boys basketball: Schepis paced the Cardinals in two of three games this week, scoring 17 points in Forbes Road's win over Southern Huntingdon, and 16 against Everett, the only player to reach double figures against the Warriors.
TEAGAN STAVER, Shippensburg boys basketball: Staver hit his season high Saturday against Gettysburg, scoring 13 points for the Greyhounds, then went one more two days later against West Perry, scoring 14 points, 11 of which were scored in the third quarter.
LEXY POE, Shalom Christian girls basketball: Against Heritage Academy, Poe scored a career-high of 12 points, then added 12 points against Cumberland Valley Christian days later.
CADE WHITFIELD, Chambersburg boys basketball: Whitfield scored 22 points against Greencastle-Antrim, scoring 18 points in the first half alone, on the way to earning a double-double, finishing with 10 rebounds. He added 14 points Tuesday against Carlisle.
TAYLOR VRABEL, Chambersburg girls basketball: Vrabel totaled a career-high 24 points in the Lady Trojans' narrow loss to Carlisle to end the season Tuesday, 10 points higher than her previous mark.