P.O. Honor Roll
COURTNEY COY, Shippensburg field hockey: Coy netted the game-winning goal for the Lady Hounds in a Mid Penn Colonial Division game against Greencastle-Antrim. Coy scored the unassisted goal with five minutes left in regulation.
JOE EBERHARDT, Greencastle-Antrim boys soccer: Eberhardt scored two goals within two minutes of each other against Big Spring. He also had an assist in the 3-0 win.
LIZA ERNST, Chambersburg field hockey: Ernst scored the game-winning goal against Cumberland Valley on the team's first shot of the game, late in the first half. Ernst then played in a defensive position to help put the 1-0 Mid Penn Commonwealth game away.
MASON FRAMPTON, Waynesboro football: Frampton had two rushing touchdowns against West Perry, and ran for 63 total yards on five carries.
ADAM HOUSER, Shippensburg football: Houser had two rushing touchdowns against Mifflin County, while racking up 62 yards on the ground off 12 carries. He also had 28 receiving yards and blocked a field goal attempt.
MacKENZIE HOUSEHOLDER, Cumberland Valley Christian girls volleyball: Householder nearly had a triple-double in a 3-1 victory over Faith Christian. She had 10 digs, 27 assists and seven aces.
IZZY KEEFER, McConnellsburg girls soccer: Keefer played hero for the Lady Spartans in an overtime battle with Everett, netting the game-winning overtime goal to extend McConnellsburg's winning streak to six.
RACHEL MARCONI, Greencastle-Antrim field hockey: Marconi had the game-winning overtime goal against Red Land, and had two helpers in a 3-0 shutout over Waynesboro.
NATHAN MAYNARD, Chambersburg boys soccer: Maynard netted both Trojan goals against Cumberland Valley in a 3-2 loss, including a penalty kick in the final three minutes of regulation to tie the game.
MIKELL McGEE, Fannett-Metal boys soccer: McGee scored all five goals for the Tigers in an SHL victory over Forbes Road, and netted four in the second half alone.
RENE QUINTANILLA, Chambersburg boys soccer: Quintinalla scored all three goals, including the overtime game-winner in a 3-2 victory over Cedar Cliff. He also had an assist in a 3-2 loss to Cumberland Valley.
TYANA QUIVERS, James Buchanan girls volleyball: Quivers put up a double-double in a five-set victory over West Perry, with 13 kills and 11 digs.
BRADY RIDDELL, Waynesboro football: Riddell had a near-perfect night as Waynesboro took down West Perry, throwing 6-for-8 for 133 yards, including a 59-yard touchdown pass. He also ran in a touchdown.
LAUREN STAINS, Shalom Christian girls volleyball: Stains put up 19 kills and 15 digs in a big five-set win over Grace Academy.
KATELYN TRAUX, McConnellsburg girls volleyball: Truax flirted with a triple-double putting up 10 kills, 11 digs and five blocks in a 3-1 win over Chestnut Ridge. She also had 17 digs against Mercersburg.
ALEC TRUETT, James Buchanan boys soccer: Truett scored three times, including the game-winning goal, in a high-scoring Mid Penn Colonial division affair over Northern York. His game-winning tally was scored with just four minutes to go in regulation of a 6-5 win.
JACKSON VANHORNE, Shippensburg boys soccer: VanHorne headed in the game-winning goal in a 2-1 upset over Waynesboro after assisting the first Greyhound goal. He also had three successful extra points for the football team in a 35-30 win over Mifflin County.
CHASE VARNER, Southern Fulton boys soccer: Varner racked up four goals in the first 30 minutes of play against Rockwood, leading the Indians to a 4-3 non-league win. He also had a first-place finish in an ICC cross country meet against Williamsburg, crossing the finish line in 20:20.