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- JADA BAKER, Waynesboro gymnastics - Baker captured first in the Bronze Division at the Winter Invitational with 8.5 points. She led the Maidens to a third-place finish.

- WALKER BANNISTER, Fannett-Metal boys basketball - Bannister had a huge first week to the season, scoring 50 points in 2 games. He opened with 21 points in a loss to Chestnut Ridge, and he scored 29 - more than half the Tigers' points - in a win over Southern Huntingdon.

- CODY CARBAUGH, Greencastle-Antrim wrestling - Carbaugh defended his title at the Carlisle Holiday Tournament. He went 3-0 on the day at 113 pounds with one pin and one major decision, and his championship victory was a 5-3 defeat of Marshall Myers of West Perry.

- ALYSIA CLAWSON, Shippensburg girls basketball - Clawson was the Lady Hounds' leading scorer with 23 points in a narrow 48-43 victory over James Buchanan.

- BRITTON HASTINGS, Shippensburg boys basketball - Hastings helped lead the Greyhounds to a 45-28 victory over rival Big Spring. He had 11 points, led with 2 steals and held the Bulldogs' leading scorer, Isaiah Grier, to just 3 points.

- BLAIRE LAUTHERS, Fannett-Metal girls basketball - Lauthers scored 45 points this week. She had 23 in a victory over Southern Huntingdon and led the Lady Tigers with 22 points in a loss to Everett.

- AARON LAYMAN, Waynesboro wrestling - Layman went undefeated at the Muhlenberg Duals Tournament on Saturday. In 5 victories, he had 4 pins. Layman also helped the Indians get a win over Shippensburg with an 11-1 major decision. He is currently 6-0.

- SAMMI LOWERY, Chambersburg gymnastics - With 34.7 points, Lowery took first place all-around in the Silver division at the Winter Invitational. To open the season, Lowery's points gave Chambersburg a chance to place second overall.

- GARRETT MALANKA, James Buchanan boys basketball - Malanka was in double figures in both games for the Rockets this week. Malanka had 17 points against Boiling Springs, then added 10 versus Shippensburg.

- MAC MILLER, Shippensburg boys basketball - Miller had an impressive game against rival Big Spring. He was the Greyhounds' leading scorer with 16 points - 10 of which came in the first quarter.

- RYAN NEFF, Waynesboro wrestling - At 106, Neff went 5-0 at the Muhlenberg Duals Tournament. He had 3 pins and helped the Indians go 3-2. Neff also pinned his Shippensburg opponent, and he is currently undefeated.

- ABBY STAUFFER, Chambersburg swimming - Stauffer placed first in all 5 of her events at the St. Maria Goretti Invitational. By capturing first in the 100 butterfly, 100 backstroke, 100 breaststroke, 100 freestyle and 200 individual medley, Stauffer helped the Trojans win the invite.

- TEAL TASKER, Mercersburg girls basketball - Tasker was the leading scorer with 18 points versus Gerstell Academy and 22 against New Life. She is the Blue Storm's team leader, averaging 13 point per game.

- DRE WILLS, Mercersburg boys basketball - Wills scored more than 50 points in 2 games this week. After having 0 points in a game last Wednesday, Wills quickly bounced back. He was the leading scorer in wins against Woodberry Forest and New Life, scoring 32 and 25 points, respectively.

- BRYTON ZOOK, Chambersburg swimming - Zook won the most events for the Trojans at the St. Maria Goretti Invitational. He helped Chambersburg win the invite by placing first in the 100 backstroke, 100 breaststroke and 200 individual medley.