BRADY BECKNER, Waynesboro football: Becker was a dual-threat for the Indians in a victory over Kennard-Dale. He had 100 yards on the ground on just nine carries to go along with three catches for 67 yards.
MYLES BRAXTON, Chambersburg football: Braxton was the Trojans' defensive leader in an overtime loss to Greencastle-Antrim. He totaled eight tackles, all of which were unassisted. He also had a pair of pressures on the quarterback.
HALEY BRICKER, Shalom Christian girls volleyball: Bricker led the Flames' offense in both matches this week. In a 3-1 win over Clavary, she racked up 14 kills and five blocks. Against Broadfording, she had seven kills.
DEMETRIUS BURTON, Greencastle-Antrim football: Burton was strong on the ground and through the air in a victory over Chambersburg. He led the Blue Devils in rushing yards (56) and tied for the leader in receiving yards (64).
SETH CARBAUGH, James Buchanan football: Carbaugh accounted for nearly all of the Rockets' offense against Hanover. He rushed for 117 yards, while the Rockets had a total of 136 yards of offense. Carbaugh also led the team with 8.5 tackles.
CODY GUSTAFSON, Shippensburg football: Gustafson had quite the game to start the season, despite the Greyhounds suffering a loss. He brought down nine catches and totaled 138 receiving yards.
ALEX HAYDEN, Chambersburg boys cross country: Hayden had a dominating victory in a tri-meet with State College and Cumberland Valley, which the Trojans swept. He finished in 16:34 to win by 26 seconds, and he also placed sixth at the Enos Yeager Invitational.
GABRIELLA LECUONA, Chambersburg girls soccer: Lecuona had a big impact on Chambersburg's offense this week. She scored a goal in a 2-1 win over Gettysburg and had an assist vs. Waynesboro at the Trojans' tournament. She also set up Claire Jacobs for the game-winner against Central Dauphin.
MACKENZIE OBERHOLZER, Greencastle-Antrim field hockey: The Blue Devils suffered a pair of losses this week, but it could've been much worse if it weren't for Oberholzer. She finished with 12 saves in a 3-1 loss to Chambersburg and stopped 20 shots against Forbes Road.
ALYSSA TAYLOR, Waynesboro girls volleyball: Taylor was a defensive force for the Maidens in a pair of matches this week. She racked up 20 digs against Boiling Springs and had 16 versus West Perry. She also smacked nine aces against the Mustangs.
ERIC WOO, Cumberland Valley Christian boys soccer: Woo racked up four goals in two games this week. He posted two goals in a loss to Grace and netted another two goals, including the game-winner, in a 5-3 victory over Heritage.
ABBY YOURKAVITCH, Chambersburg girls cross country: Yourkavitch helped the Trojans sweep State College and Cumberland Valley by winning the race with a time of 19:19. She also won the Enos Yeager Invitational in 14:38.