AUSTIN GARCIA, Cumberland Valley Christian baseball: Garcia went 4-for-5 at the plate and knocked in the game-winning run in the team's 12-11 victory over Heritage.
McKENZIE GELVIN, McConnellsburg track & field: Gelvin won the 100 (12.7), 200 (27.5) and the 400 (59.4), and placed second in the long jump in a tri-meet against Conemaugh Twp. and Northern Bedford. She won the 400 by a gap of more than five seconds from the second-place finisher.
TARA HARMON, Chambersburg softball: Harmon hit a solo home run in the second inning of Tuesday's game against Cumberland Valley, aiding the Lady Trojans in a 4-3 Mid Penn Commonwealth victory over the three-time MPC champion. Harmon also went 3-for-4 against Mifflin County last week.
CIRSTEN KELLY, Chambersburg track & field: Kelly swept the dashes in Chambersburg's loss to Cumberland Valley, claiming gold in the 100 (12.7), 200 (27.0) and the 400 (1:00). She also placed second in the 100 against Carlisle.
NICOLE KREIMER, Waynesboro softball: Kreimer led the Maidens with four hits, including two doubles, in a dominant 19-1 win over South Western in three innings.
LANDON MILLER, Chambersburg boys volleyball: Miller stacked the stat sheet with 10 kills, six blocks, six digs and an ace to aid the Trojans in a four-set victory over State College for their first win of the season.
LIAM OKAL, Greencastle-Antrim track & field: Okal claimed the 100 and 200 against Shippensburg and anchored the Blue Devils two winning relay teams, the 4x100 and 4x400.
CAMPBELL PARKER, Greencastle-Antrim track & field: Parker broke Greencastle's 29-year old record in the discus throw by more than 10 feet with a throw of 173 feet. Parker broke the record three times during the meet. Parker also placed first in the discus at the Bruce Dallas Invitational with a throw of 158.
JARED PINE, James Buchanan baseball: Pine was the catalyst in James Buchanan's narrow 14-13 victory over Hedgesville, with strong defense at shortstop to hold off the Eagles' rally in the final inning. Pine has also hit triples in back-to-back games. His first of the season came against Biglerville in a 15-0 win.
CARL POTTER, Southern Fulton baseball: Potter earned a victory on the mound for Southern Fulton in 2 1/3 innings of work, later scored in the game-winning run in an extra-inning battle. He went 4-for-4 with three RBIs.
CLAY WOLFE, Waynesboro baseball: Wolfe pitched a complete game against South Western, surrendering just six hits and allowing one run to score to continue the Indian's undefeated start to the season.
ABBY YOURKAVITCH, Chambersburg track & field: Yourkavitch placed second in the girls 3,200 against Cumberland Valley and again at the Bruce Dallas Invitational, behind CV's Mady Clahane.