P.O. Honor Roll
ASPEN ANDERSON, James Buchanan girls soccer: Anderson headed in the game-winning goal in double overtime off a corner kick by Sydney Benedick to seal a 2-1 Mid Penn Colonial victory over Shippensburg.
ETHAN BARCLAY, McConnellsburg boys soccer: Barclay netted a goal and an assist in a 2-0 Sideling Hill victory over Forbes Road.
HALEY BRICKER, Shalom Christian girls volleyball: Bricker led the Shalom offense in a 3-1 MDCC win over Shenandoah Valley with 16 kills, three blocks and two aces.
JACOB COX, Shippensburg boys soccer: Cox netted the game-winning goal in double overtime against James Buchanan to pull off a Mid Penn Colonial division victory.
SHELBY HARNISH, Forbes Road field hockey: Harnish netted a goal and two assists in the Cardinals' 4-1 Keystone League win over Belleville Mennonite.
ADAM HOUSER, Shippensburg football: Houser had a breakout game for the Greyhounds in a narrow 24-21 victory over Waynesboro. He finished with 92 yards on the ground, an interception and a touchdown.
DYLAN JUMPER, Shippensburg football: Jumper pulled down an interception with seconds remaining on the clock to halt what could have been Waynesboro’s game-winning drive. His pick sealed Shippensburg’s 24-21 win ensure the team remained undefeated.
MADDIE KLINE, Shippensburg field hockey: Kline scored four goals in the Lady Hounds’ 6-1 Mid Penn Colonial victory over Waynesboro.
CADE McDOWELL, Greencastle-Antrim football: McDowell was near-perfect in the Blue Devils’ first win of the season, gong 5-for-7 passing for 87 yards, averaging more than 17 yards per reception. He also had 55 yards rushing and scored twice.
BRIANNA MILEY, Cumberland Valley Christian girls volleyball: Miley had 13 kills, five digs and four aces in a MDCC victory over Shenandoah Valley.
BAILEE NITTERHOUSE, Chamberbsurg girls volleyball: Nitterhouse had nine kills and four aces in the Trojans' non-league win over Greencastle-Antrim.
GRIFFIN REDDING, Chambersburg boys soccer: Redding scored two of Chambersburg’s three goals in a 3-3 draw with Central Dauphin. Both of his goals were on direct kicks.
FORREST RHYNE, Waynesboro football: Rhyne had an 81-yard interception return, on top of 81 rushing yards on eight carries in a loss to Shippensburg. He also had nine solo tackles, including two tackles for a loss.
PAUL STEIGER, Waynesboro golf: Steiger fired a 77 to tie for sixth at the Mid Penn Conference golf tournament thanks to a birdie on No. 1 and an eagle at No. 2.
CARLY SWOPE, McConnellsburg girls volleyball: Swope racked up 16 kills, 31 digs and nine aces as the Spartans worked their way to the championship match of the Bellwood-Antis tournament. She also had 7 kills and 13 digs against Northern Bedford.
RACHEL VERHOEF, Greencastle-Antrim girls volleyball: Verhoef smacked down 13 kills and had nine blocks against Chambersburg in a non-league loss.
JOHN WILLIAMS, Greencastle-Antrim golf: Williams shot a 78 at the Mid Penn Conference boys golf championships to tie for 10th and advance to the District 3 tournament.
ABBY YOURKAVITCH, Chamberbsurg girls cross country: After nearly three weeks off with an injury, Yourkavitch looked like her old self in a dual meet against Carlisle, taking first place in 18:30, just seconds off her course record.