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P.O. Honor Roll

MADDIE BAKER, Southern Fulton girls cross country: Baker crossed the finish line at the ICC cross country championships in 24:04, good enough for ninth place to lead the Indians to a narrow conference team title over Mount Union. Baker was named to the ICC All-Star team.

DEMETRIUS BURTON, Greencastle-Antrim football: Burton racked up 130 rushing yards on 13 carries in a loss to Shippensburg, putting up more than half of the team's total offensive yards.

KYLIE EBY, Shalom Christian girls volleyball: Eby aided the Flames in an upset victory over the previously undefeated McConnellsburg with 39 assists in the five-set victory. Eby also had 28 assists and two aces in a sweep of Calvary in the MDCC quarterfinals.

OLIVIA GARDENHOUR, Waynesboro golf: Gardenhour shot an 82 at the PIAA Eastern Regional tournament and won a five-girl playoff to take the 10th spot and advance into the PIAA golf championship tournament next week.

KYLER GOSHORN, Fannett-Metal boys soccer: Goshorn put away a non-league victory over Shalom with a pair of goals in the second half to lift the Tigers to a 6-2 victory. He also had an assist on the team's lone goal in a 1-0 win over Everett.

REILLY HEINBAUGH, James Buchanan girls soccer: Heinbaugh scored her first career goal in a Mid Penn Colonial rivalry game against Shippensburg before the teams were forced to settle for a 1-1 tie.

ADAM HOUSER, Shippensburg football: Houser averaged 10 yards per carry, putting up 190 total rushing yards against Greencastle-Antrim, including a 57-yard touchdown run.

MACKENZIE HOUSEHOLDER, Cumberland Valley Christian girls volleyball: Householder smacked down nine aces and had 17 assists in a straight-set victory over Shendandoah Valley in the MDCC quarterfinals.

JOSH KLINE, Greencastle-Antrim boys soccer: Kline scored two goals for the Blue Devils while the offense kicked it into high gear during a 7-0 victory over Northern.

CHASE MARTIN, Shalom Christian boys soccer: Martin netted a hat trick in a 5-0 MDCC quarterfinal win over Heritage Academy to punch the team's ticket to the tournament semifinal.

CLAY MYERS, Chambersburg football: Myers led the offense with 74 rushing yards and 15 receiving yards, while scoring the team's lone touchdown against Cedar Cliff.

BAILEE NITTERHOUSE, Chambersburg girls volleyball: Nitterhouse flirted with a double-double in a Mid Penn Commonwealth victory over Cedar Cliff, racking up 11 kills and earning nine digs.

ASHLEY NOBLIT, Greencastle-Antrim girls soccer: Nolbit netted two goals, including the game-winner, in a 3-2 Mid Penn Colonial Division victory over Waynesboro for its first win in six games.

HANNAH PLETCHER, Shippensburg girls soccer: Pletcher had 23 saves in a Mid Penn Colonial game against James Buchanan, keeping the game within reach for the Lady Hounds, who battled the Rockets into double overtime and eventually settled for a 1-1 draw.

FORREST RHYNE, Waynesboro football: Rhyne was second on the team in rushing, forging 71 yards on just eight carries in a decisive Mid Penn Colonial win over Big Spring. He also had three tackles.

JARED ROHRBAUGH, Greencastle-Antrim boys soccer: Rohrbaugh netted a pair of goals as the Blue Devils claimed a decisive 7-0 victory over Northern.

MEGAN SHARPE, Chambersburg field hockey: Sharpe's first goal of the season was a big one. She scored midway through the first half in a 1-0 win over Mechanicsburg to end the Trojans' season on a high note.

LAUREN STAINS, Shalom Christian girls volleyball: Stains was a threat offensively and defensively for the Flames against McConnellsburg, racking up 10 kills and six blocks.

CARLY SWOPE, McConnellsburg girls volleyball: Swope knocked down 16 kills and had 11 digs  to complete a double-double in a five-set loss to Shalom. She also tallied 15 kills and 26 digs in a 3-1 victory over Tussey Mountain.

CHASE VARNER, Southern Fulton boys cross country: Varner was named the ICC's MVP for his year-long performance leading the Indian cross country team. He placed second (18:01) in the ICC championship race as Southern Fulton won handily.

BENJY VOIGHT, Southern Fulton boys cross country: Voight placed seventh overall at the ICC cross country championships, crossing the line at 18:54 to help the team to the conference title. Voight was named to the ICC All-Star team.