ASHLYN ELLIS, Chambersburg girls swimming: Ellis won a pair of races Tuesday in Chambersburg's dual meet against State College, taking first in the 100 and 200 freestyles, pulling away in the final 25 yards to take the win in two races she normally does not compete in.
CODY FREY, Waynesboro wrestling: Frey went 5-0 at the Elizabethtown Duals at 145 pounds with two pins and two technical falls.
CAMERON KECK, Waynesboro boys basketball: Keck assisted the Indians with 22 points against Northern on Tuesday, but was unable to lift Waynesboro to a win, and also added a team-high 12 points off the bench in 'Boro's 71-58 loss to Boiling Springs on Friday.
MIKELL MCGEE, Fannett-Metal boys basketball: Wednesday, McGee tied his career high with 42 points in Fannett-Metal's 86-75 loss to Chestnut Ridge, contributing 56 percent of the Tigers' total offense. McGee also had 30 points in F-M's 67-47 win over Southern Huntingdon on Monday.
OLIVIA MOTTERN, Southern Futon girls basketball: Mottern scored career-high tying 25 points against Northern Bedford in Southern Fulton's 52-49 win Monday. She has tallied 64 total points in three games this season.
SAM NONEMAKER, Shippensburg boys swimming: Nonemaker set a school record in the 500 freestyle with a 5:06.53 finish in a dual meet against Big Spring on Tuesday. He also won the 200 freestyle, completing the race in 1:52.50, and also was a part of the winning 200 medley relay ream, which finished in 1:51.22.
DREW PECK, Chambersburg wrestling: Peck won his first Carlisle tournament title at 195 pounds with a narrow 3-1 decision over Blake Barrick of Big Spring in a weight class up from where he usually competes.
FORREST RHYNE, Waynesboro wrestling: Rhyne joined the Waynesboro wrestling team just two days before winning his first match at 220 pounds, defeating Damon James, 13-9 of Boiling Springs.
AARON RUMP, Chambersburg wrestling: Rump claimed gold at 132 pounds at the Carlisle Holiday Wrestling tournament with a 7-3 decision, despite fighting through blood, gauze and tape after his nose started bleeding midway though his bout with Connor Finkey of Garden Spot.
JOANA SANTOS, Mercersburg Academy girls basketball: Santos was voted to the GA Winter Classic All-Tournament team Saturday with 17 points on the weekend including seven in the championship game against tournament host Germantown Academy.
MOLLY TAYLOR, Mercersburg Academy girls basketball: Taylor led the Blue Storm with 20 points in a loss to Germantown Academy at the GA Winter Classic Saturday, accounting for half of Mercersburg's points. Taylor also won the 3-point contest between games, sinking 16 shots in 60 seconds. Taylor was named to the All-Tournament team with 43 points on the weekend.
CAMERON TINNER, Shippensburg wrestling: Tinner won his second gold medal of the year at the Carlisle tournament, winning at 220 pounds with a 7-1 decision over Muhamed Alic.
PATRICK ZIMMERER, Waynesboro wrestling: Zimmerer finished the Elizabethtown Duals with a perfect 5-0 record, including three pins and a major decision at 152 pounds. He also defeated Nick Kostyak of Boiling Springs, 6-5 on Wednesday.