Public Opinion Honor Roll
MATT BROWN, Forbes Road boys basketball: Brown had a double-double against Bedford in the first round of the Claysburg-Kimmel tournament putting up 10 points and 15 rebounds.
NOAH EZOLT, Greencastle-Antrim wrestling: Ezolt made his way to the 152 semifinal round of the Trojan Wars after entering the tournament unranked. He made his way with a technical fall in the first round and a pin in 1:18 in the quarterfinal.
BEN FREEMAN, Greencastle-Antrim boys basketball: Freeman led the Blue Devils with 13 points in a dominating Mid Penn Colonial Division victory over Big Spring.
McKENZIE GELVIN, McConnellsburg girls basketball: Gelvin scored a season-high 24 points in a Sideling Hill League win over Chestnut Ridge.
ALLY HOFFMANN, Fannett-Metal girls basketball: Hoffmann knocked down a season-high 20 points in a Sideling Hill League/ Inter County Conference rivalry win over Forbes Road.
LINDSEY HOLLENSHEAD, Southern Fulton girls basketball: Hollenshead led the Indians with eight rebounds and seven assists against Clear Spring.
MARIAH MARTIN, Shippensburg girls basketball: Martin led the Lady Hounds with 12 points against Waynesboro.
MITCH NETERER, Waynebsoro boys basketball: Neterer racked up 17 points for the Indians in a big Mid Penn Colonial Division win over Shippensburg.
LUKE NICHTER, Chambersburg wrestling: Nichter moved on to the semifinal round of his very first Trojan Wars at 160 with a 10-3 upset over No. 3 Jackson Turley of St. Christopher’s. Nitcher also had a pin against New Oxford in 1:05 to lock in a non-league win.
CHANDLER OLSON, Shippensburg wrestling: Olson dominated the 132 weight class at the Trojan Wars, winning the title in a 19-4 technical fall. Prior to the championship match Olson had a pair of major decisions and two pins on the weekend.
DREW PECK, Chambersburg wrestling: Peck clinched his third-straight Trojan Wars title with a dominant performance at 182, earning a pin in each round of the tournament, including a fall in 39 seconds in the title match.
CJ PONG, Chambersburg boys swimming: Pong won the 200 free and placed second in the 100 free against Carlisle, finishing both with personal bests at 1:51.40 and 50.70, respectively. He also was a member of the winning 200 medley relay.
ABBIE REICHELDERFER, Chambersburg girls swimming: REichelderfer won the 500 free and the 200 IM against Carlisle with a time of 5:41.30 and 2:26.50, respectively.
SETH RUNSHAW, Chambersburg wrestling: Runshaw, a sixth seed, upset the No. 3 wrestler at 120 in an ultimate tiebreaker to move on to the tournament semifinal in an 8-5 decision. He the earned a 4-3 decision to move on to the championship match.
COURTNEY SCHOEN, Forbes Road girls basketball: Schoen aided the Cardinals in their first win of the season putting up 12 points against Belleville Mennonite.
CAMERON TINNER, Shippensburg wrestling: Tinner claimed his second Trojan War title, and his first at 285 thanks to a 6-4 win over Blaine Yinger of Northeastern, a top-five PIAA wrestler.
MORGAN WAGAMAN, Greencastle-Antrim girls basketball: Wagaman scored a career-high 14 points against Big Spring in a Mid Penn Colonial division victory to keep the Lady Blue Devils undefeated in Colonial division play.