n TIFF BRICKER, James Buchanan softball - When the Rockets needed hits last Friday against West Perry, Bricker delivered. In 4 trips to the plate, she left with 3 hits, all of which brought in runs. She started with RBI singles in the first and fourth innings. Her biggest hit came in the fifth: a bases-loaded double, which scored all 3 runners. The Rockets won, 9-8.
n GABBY CUZZOLA, Mercersburg Academy girls lacrosse - The Blue Storm needed a comeback after falling behind by 2 at Middleburg, and Cuzzola helped make that happen.
n GABBY DANNER, McConnellsburg softball - Danner did it all for the Spartans during a 6-4 win against Tussey Mountain. She was the winning pitcher, throwing 7 innings and allowing just 2 earned runs. She was even more dangerous at the plate, hitting a grand slam in the third inning and also a double.
n MEGAN DOUGHERTY, Fannett-Metal softball - It was a tough day for the Tigers batters during a 7-3 win against Berlin - the team struck out 15 times - but not for Dougherty. She went 4-for-4, hit 2 home runs for her 2 RBIs, and stole 2 bases.
n NAKITA GEARHART, Greencastle-Antrim girls track and field - Competing at the Mid Penn Championships, Gearhart showed her leaping abilites while taking a third-place finish in the high jump. She cleared 5-0, the same height as the second-place finisher.
n CONNOR LITTON, Southern Fulton baseball - During a doubleheader sweep against Tussey Mountain, Litton was reliable at the plate. He went 4-for-8 and drove in 4 runs. He also hit a double in each game while the Indians won by scores of 5-2 and 10-5.
n GEORGE MOLNER, Mercersburg Academy baseball - While facing a tough pitcher from Hill last weekend, Molner brought equal intensity to a game that went into extra innings.
n MARSHEY RYAN, Chambersburg girls track and field - Ryan continued her dominance in the long and triple jumps at the Mid Penn Championships. She finished first in both events, taking the long jump with a distance of 18-7.5. The triple jump was one to remember, a 40-5 distance, which was good for a stadium record and was more than 4 feet farther than the second-place finisher.
n GARRETT VANDEBRAKE, Shippensburg boys track and field - Vandebrake had one of the more surprising first-place finishes at the Mid Penn Championships. Competing in the shot put, he was seeded seventh entering the day. He left alone in first after a throw of 48-3.75.
n KELLEN WILLIAMS, Chambersburg boys track and field - Williams had a career day at the Mid Penn Championships at Trojan Stadium on Saturday. He finished in first place in the 300 hurdles with a finish of 38.70, which set a stadium record.