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F-F Highlights: Waynesboro suffers near miss

It was a game full of lead changes, runs and nail-biting moments, but Waynesboro's boys basketball team came up on the short side of a non-league affair with Carlisle on Monday.

After pulling within one point with less than 15 seconds to go, the Indians just couldn't quite finish off the Thundering Herd in a 74-73 loss.

Carlisle led 49-46 heading into the locker room, but 'Boro put on a defensive show in the third quarter. It held Carlisle to just 11 points and took a 61-60 lead into the final frame. But the Herd came storming back, starting the frame on an 8-2 run to a break open a lead it never surrendered.

Cameron Keck dropped four 3-pointers and led Waynesboro with 19 points. Kyle Hoffman, Mitch Neterer and Evan Hine all split 33 points evenly, and Trevor Jones followed closely behind with nine points.

Another record fallen

For the third time this season, Chambersburg's Kelton Chastulik broke his own school record in the indoor shot put. Chastulik hit a mark of 58-4.25 to capture first at the PTFCA Indoor Carnival on Saturday.

Chambersburg's Abby Yourkavitch met the state guideline in the 3,000-meter run. Yourkavitch wrapped up the race in 10:37.28, which was good enough for third overall.

Top performers

Boys basketball

  • In a 55-31 win over Chestnut Ridge, Southern Fulton's Dylan Gordon scored 21 points and capped off a double-double with 10 rebounds. He also grabbed five steals.

Girls basketball

  • In Fannett-Metal's 63-59, Ally Hoffman exploded for a season-high 25 points. Morgan Ritchey scored 11 points and went 9-for-11 from the free-throw line, while Taylor Coffman added 10 points. 


Boys basketball

Carlisle 74, Waynesboro (14-8) 73
Southern Fulton (18-4, 13-3 SHL) 55, Chestnut Ridge 31

Girls basketball

Everett 57, McConnellsburg (15-7, 10-6 SHL, 8-6 ICC) 44
Chestnut Ridge 63, Fannett-Metal (8-11, 4-11 SHL) 59