CHRISTOPHER ADUSEI-POKU, Mercersburg Academy baseball: Adusei-Poku helped the Blue Storm get off to a strong start. He had two doubles and six RBIs in a doubleheader sweep of Peddie and added another double in a win over St. Maria Goretti.
DREW BETZ, Chambersburg baseball: Betz carried much of the offensive load for the Trojans in a pair of wins this week. He was 3-for-4 with four RBIs in a win over Waynesboro and went 3-for-3 with two runs scored against Cumberland Valley.
ALLY BROWN, Greencastle-Antrim softball: Brown had a solid game to lead the Blue Devils to a 13-0 victory to start the season. She allowed just three hits and struck out nine in the six-inning shutout. She was also 3-for-3 at the plate.
AMANDA BROYLES, Mercersburg Academy girls lacrosse: Broyles had a hat trick or better in all three of the Blue Storm's games this week. She put up six goals against FCA and had three goals and two assists against Peddie.
TRISTAN DOUGLAS, Southern Fulton baseball: Douglas had a consistent bat this week for the Indians. He had a double and two RBIs against Forbes Road, went 2-for-2 with six RBIs vs. Chestnut Ridge and had a pair of hits against Tussey Mountain.
OWEN GILBERT, Forbes Road baseball: Gilbert had two fine games for the Cardinals this week. He was 3-for-4 with four RBIs in a narrow loss to McConnellsburg and was 2-for-4 and plated a pair of runs in a win over Fannett-Metal.
RYAN KOONTZ, McConnellsburg baseball: Koontz was solid this week for the Spartans. In a win over Fannett-Metal, he drove in a pair of runs, and he was on fire against Everett with two hits, three runs and three stolen bases.
DRISTIN MELLOTT, Southern Fulton boys track & field: Mellott picked up three victories (110 hurdles, long jump, pole vault) to lead Southern Fulton against Clear Spring and Hancock, then followed it up with a win the 110 hurdles and the pole vault in a meet vs. Hancock and Faith Christian.
CELINA MERCHANT, Southern Fulton girls track & field: Merchant was a triple winner of both of the Indians' tri-meets this week. She won both hurdle events and the long jump in each event; she jumped 14-10.75 in a meet against Hancock and Faith Christian.
HALEY LASHINSKY, Forbes Road softball: Lashinsky was 3-0 on the mound this week, including a narrow 4-3 victory over Hyndman. She also did her part at the plate. She was 2-for-3 against Fannett-Metal and had two hits against McConnellsburg.
JAY PADALIA, Chambersburg boys tennis: Padalia went 3-0 this week, helping the Trojans to a trio of victories. He lost only three games in the process.
SYDNEY REATH, Mercersburg Academy softball: Reath has been on fire to start the season. She already has five home runs, including a grand slam against St. Maria Goretti and a four-RBI effort vs. Maryland School for the Deaf.
ALEXIS SHEARER, Chambersburg softball: The Trojans suffered a pair of 3-2 losses this week, but Shearer did her part for the offense. She rocketed a two-run homer vs. Mifflin County and smacked a two-RBI double against Cumberland Valley.
CARLY SWOPE, McConnellsburg softball: Swope lifted the Spartans to a victory over Fannett-Metal that snapped a 23-game losing skid. She scattered nine hits over seven innings and hit a trio of singles.