P.O. Honor Roll
KELTON CHASTULIK, Chambersburg indoor track: Chastulik competed in the boys shot put at the Montgomery Invitational, placing second with his heave of 52-8.50.
CANDEN KRENZER, James Buchanan wrestling: The 285-pounder went 5-0 with three pins in the Bloody Run Duals at Everett.
ANDREW LEEPER, Chambersburg boys swimming: Leeper won the 100 freestyle at the Erik Meinelschmidt Pentathlon with a 49.95 finish, taking second place overall in points.
SPENCER MEYERS, Greencastle-Antrim boys basketball: Coming back from injury, Meyers had his best offensive performance, scoring 12 points in Greencastle's narrow loss to Red Land. He also added 10 points in the Blue Devils' win over Northern York.
CHARITY MILLER, James Buchanan girls basketball: Miller scored the game-winning 3-pointer with just 12 seconds left to lift the Rockets over Big Spring in a hard-fought Mid Penn Colonial Division game. Miller scored 25 points, including seven 3-pointers, the most of any area player to hit in one game this season.
MITCH NETERER, Waynesboro boys basketball: Neterer tied his career high in an upset over Shippensburg, scoring 16 points against the Greyhounds.
KELLYN PERRY, McConnellsburg girls basketball: Perry scored career-high 12 points, and added nine rebounds in the Spartans' win over Southern Fulton in an important Sideling Hill League/ Inter-County Conference game.
JARED PINE, James Buchanan boys basketball: Pine had one of his most complete games of the season, scoring career-high 16 points for the Rockets in an important win over Big Spring. He also had six assists and five steals.
COLIN RUNSHAW, Chambersburg wrestling: The 152-pounder went undefeated at the Wilson Duals Tournament, on the way to a Chambersburg tournament title. Runshaw had three pins contributing to his unbeaten day.
COURTNEY SCHOEN, Forbes Road girls basketball: Schoen earned a double-double in the Cardinals' dominant win over Fannett-Metal, scoring 12 points and grabbing 15 rebounds, tying her career-high in scoring.
MOLLY TAYLOR, Mercersburg Academy girls basketball: Taylor scored 12 points in Mercersburg's win over Peddie, and added another double-figure night against Groetti, scoring 11 points for the Blue Storm.
JAKE WERTZ, Waynesboro wrestling: Wertz placed third in the Hub Cup Tournament. He won his preliminary round bout, but lost in the first round. He then won six consecutive consolation bouts, including three by pin, to finish with a 7-1 record.
TORI YODER, Mercersburg girls basketball: Yoder earned a double-double in Mercersburg's narrow loss to Goretti, earning 10 points, 12 rebounds, six steals and three assists. Yoder also added 12 points against Peddie.