P.O. Honor Roll: 2 double-doubles for F-M player
JACOB BROUSE, Chambersburg boys basketball: Brouse not only tied a career high, scoring 14 points against Mifflin County, he also kept the Huskies' top scorer off the board in an impressive defensive effort.
KELTON CHASTULIK, Chambersburg indoor track & field: Just two weeks ago Chastulik broke the school’s indoor record in the shot put, which had been in place for more than five years. Saturday, Chastulik broke his own indoor record, hurling the shot 56-7.75 for a second-place finish at the Montgomery Invitational - more than seven inches past his former record.
BROOKE EMGE, Shalom Christian: Emge led the Flames with 13 points against Broadfording, and added a career-high 26 points in a loss to Fannett-Metal.
BEN FREEMAN, Greencastle-Antrim boys basketball: Freeman put up 10 points in a Mid Penn Colonial Division victory over James Buchanan, and added five more between Delone and Mechanicsburg.
DREW HANN, Southern Fulton girls basketball: Hann doubled up her previous career high of 10 points, putting up 21 points to lead the Indians in a 50-39 victory over Fannett-Metal in an SHL/ICC matchup. She also scored an additional eight points against Northern Bedford.
KATIE JOHNS, Fannett-Metal girls basketball: Johns racked up two double-doubles for the Tigers this week, scoring 12 points and pulling down 11 rebounds against Shalom Christian, and scored an additional 12 points against Southern Huntingdon with 13 rebounds.
BRONWYNE MELLOTT, McConnellsburg girls basketball: Mellott scored a season-high 36 points against Fairfield and added three steals to aid the Lady Spartans in a non-league victory. Days later, she matched that season-high of 36 against Chestnut Ridge in a Sideling Hill League win.
JAMES MERKLE, Chambersburg indoor track & field: Merkle aided the Chambersburg 4x800 relay team to a third place finish at Dickinson 2, and also placed 10th overall in the boys 800 with a finish in 2:10.02.
CHANDLER OLSON, Shippensburg wrestling: Olson had a fine showing at the Gettysburg Duals, earning a perfect 5-0 record in the 132-pound weight class. But even more impressive, each of Olson’s five wins were pins - his fastest fall coming in just 15 seconds - and he was named the Most Outstanding Wrestler.
DREW PECK, Chambersburg wrestling: Peck earned another medal at the Escape the Rock Tournament, taking second in the 182 weight class. Peck also earned a fall in just 21 seconds against Carlisle in a Mid Penn Commonwealth Division win last week.
CJ PONG, Chambersburg swimming: Pong claimed two individual wins and aided two relay victories for the Trojans against Central Dauphin. Pong won the boys 200 free (2:02.22) and the 100 backstroke (1:02.31), and aided the 200 and 400 free relay teams to a pair of wins.
LAKEN ROUZER, Waynesboro wrestling: At the Waynesboro Duals, Rouzer put up a 5-0 record at 126 pounds, helping the Indians to a 3-2 record in the event.
AARON RUMP, Chambersburg wrestling: Rump earned a medal at the Escape the Rock Tournament, placing seventh at 138. He won three-straight matches in the consolation rounds and claimed seventh place by forfeit. He finished the tournament 5-2.
JUSTICE SEVILLE, McConnellsburg girls basketball: Seville drained five 3-pointers to put up 14 points in an 85-51 win over Chestnut Ridge. She also tacked on four steals.
BRANDON STUHLER, Greencastle-Antrim boys basketball team: Stuhler put up career numbers against Delone Catholic, scoring a career-high 27 points on top of a solid defensive effort, and added another eight points against James Buchanan.