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P.O. Honor Roll: Pitchers prevail around F-F

SAMI BARMONT, Shippensburg softball: Barmont was 4-for-4 and had four RBIs, including a three-run walkoff home run in a dominant game over Boiling Springs.

SAMMIE BENDER, Chambersburg softball: Bender threw a no-hitter in a five-inning game against Red Land with just one walk. She struck out three batters on the way to a 12-0 victory.

DARIUS CARTER, Greencastle-Antrim track & field: Carter won a pair of individual events and two relays in a Mid Penn Colonial Division meet against Big Spring, winning the 100 and 300 hurdles, in a dominant boys team win.

BREYA CLOPPER, Chambersburg track & field: Clopper shattered a school freshman record in the 300, winning the event against Central Dauphin in 47.61.

BROOKE EMGE, Shalom Christian girls soccer: Emge racked up eight goals between two wins this week, including a six-goal explosion against Carroll Christian.

BROOKE HARRIS, Fannett-Metal softball: Harris allowed two hits in a loss to Forbes Road and struck out five batters, and earlier in the week fanned eight in a 17-5 triumph over Northern Bedford.

KYLER HARRIS, Fannett-Metal baseball: In a come-from-behind victory over Forbes Road, Harris hit an RBI single to tie the game late and eventually scored the game-winning run on an error.

LOGAN MARTIN, Shalom Christian baseball: Martin struck out six batters on the way to a 9-5 win over Heritage in the second game of a doubleheader and also had two RBIs.

LIZZI PITTMAN, James Buchanan softball: Pittman struck out five batters on the way to aiding the Rockets to a dominant 16-1 win over Biglerville.

MITCH POTTER, Southern Fulton baseball: Potter threw six no-hit innings against Tussey Mountain, and struck out nine batters before having to retire early due to pitch count.

COURTNEY SCHOEN, Forbes Road softball: Schoen struck out seven Southern Fulton batters in a dominant win over the Indians, and struck out six on the way to a win over Fannett-Metal.

NATE REED, Chambersburg track & field: Reed won three events in a Mid Penn Commonwealth Division victory over Central Dauphin, claiming the long jump, triple jump and javelin, and also placed second in the 100.

JAMAL RILEY, James Buchanan track & field: Riley was a double winner in a big Mid Penn Colonial Division dual meet against Shippensburg to claim a win over the previously unbeaten Greyhounds. He won the 100 (11.4) and the 200 (23.30).