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Dori Kozain
- JOSH ABELE, Mercersburg Academy wrestling - Abele was a combined 5-1 in 2 tourneys, going 2-1 in a quad meet in West Virginia and 3-0 in the Georgetown Prep Duals.

- DARRANIQUE BURHANAN-BARBOUR, Chambersburg gymnastics - Burhanan-Barbour finished first in the all-around in the Trojans' victory over Waynesboro.

- CODY CARBAUGH, Greencastle-Antrim wrestling - Carbaugh had a 3-1 record and was the runner-up at 113 in the New Oxford Tournament. He scored 2 pins and 1 major decision.

- SHAYLA CARMACK, Forbes Road girls basketball - Carmack had back-to-back 14-point games against Northern Bedford and Southern Huntingdon.

- KATIE GELSINGER, Greencastle-Antrim girls basketball - Gelsinger dominated inside for the Blue Devils, scoring 26 points and grabbing 10 rebounds in a victory over rival James Buchanan.

- BLAIRE LAUTHERS, Fannett-Metal girls basketball - Lauthers poured in 19 points and pulled down 9 rebounds vs. Everett. She also scored 19 points and had 10 rebounds against Tussey Mountain.

- GARETT HAMMOND, Chambersburg wrestling - Hammond recorded a technical fall and a pin over the 12th- and 14th-ranked wrestlers in the state at the District 3 team championships.

- JESSI KEEFER, McConnellsburg girls basketball - Keefer scored 20 points vs. Northern Bedford and has notched double figures in 5 of her last 7 games.

- DORI KOZAIN, Waynesboro girls basketball - Kozain scored 18 points (including three 3-pointers), pulled down 9 rebounds and blocked 5 shots vs. Boiling Springs.


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- ANDREW PATERNO, Waynesboro wrestling - Paterno went 3-1 in the New Oxford Tournament, winning 1 match by fall and the other 2 by decisions.

- COLIN RUNSHAW, Chambersburg wrestling - Runshaw pinned his Garden Spot opponent in 3:03 and decked his Cedar Cliff foe in 1:03 at the District 3 team championships.

- TANNER SHOAP, Chambersburg wrestling - Shoap racked up 2 pins in a total of 1:14 at the District 3 team championships.

- DANNY STEPLER, Greencastle-Antrim boys basketball - In an overtime victory over JB, Stepler scored a career-high 23 points, including 4 points in OT.

- GRANT STRAWOET, James Buchanan boys basketball - Strawoet scored a career-high 29 points vs. Littlestown, including six 3-pointers.

- KELLEN WILLIAMS, Chambersburg boys basketball - Williams has had a lot to do with the Trojans' current 3-game winning streak, scoring a combined 51 points.