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JAKE BOEHME, McConnellsburg boys soccer: Boehme had a productive week to help the Spartans to a pair of victories. He had an assist in a 2-1 win over Southern Fulton and scored once and had two helpers in a 3-0 defeat of Fannett-Metal.

LIZA ERNST, Chambersburg field hockey: Ernst scored the game-winning goal for the Trojans in a 2-1 victory over Carlisle. She also had a pair of goals and an assist in 5-0 defeat of Central Dauphin East.

STEVEN GLODEK, Fannett-Metal boys cross country: Glodek had a dominating individual victory at a meet at Southern Fulton. He finished in 19:24, which was 1:18 faster than anyone else in the field.

MICKEY HEINBAUGH, James Buchanan girls soccer: The Rockets had a pair of big victories this week, and Heinbaugh notched a pair of goals in each.

JAMES HINES, Greencastle-Antrim football: Hines was one of several productive Blue Devils in a defeat of Littlestown. Hines finished with 97 rushing yards and two touchdowns on 17 carries.

LAYTON HOFFMANN, Fannett-Metal boys soccer: Hoffman had a pair of goals in both of the Tigers' big wins this week – a 6-1 defeat of Ridge and a 9-2 win over Forbes Road.

SARAH LYMAN, Mercersburg Academy girls soccer: Lyman netted all three goals for the Blue Storm in an overtime loss to St. Maria Goretti.

ALEXIS MELLOTT, McConnellsburg girls soccer: Mellott scored both goals in both 2-0 victories for the Spartans this week. All four of her scores were assisted by Michaela Kendall.

FORREST RHYNE, Waynesboro football: Rhyne had a fine defensive day for the Indians in a win over Biglerville. He finished with 17 tackles, including five solo and 4.5 for a loss. He had one sack for six yards.

BRYSON ROBINSON, Greencastle-Antrim boys soccer: Robinson helped the Blue Devils preserve three consecutive 1-0 shutouts. He had five saves against West Perry, two versus Shippensburg and one against Big Spring.

ALLY RUDY, Greencastle-Antrim girls soccer: Rudy was a scoring machine for the Blue Devils this week. She had three goals against Big Spring and four versus Shippensburg.

KARSEN RUSH, Chambersburg golf: Rush had a fine week to help the Trojans continue on their winning streak. He started it off with a 2-under par 70 at Whitetail to capture medalist honors, then he tied with teammate Jordan Shaffer with a 74 at Waynesboro.

JONAH STAINS, Shalom Christian boys soccer: Stains had a hand in all three goals in a 3-0 win over Grace. He scored once and added two assists, then recorded a pair of assists in a narrow loss to Shenandoah Valley.

ZION WARE, Shippensburg football: Ware put on a display in his first game of the season, a 26-21 win over Chambersburg. He racked up 181 yards on 20 carries and scored a touchdown.

ISABELLA WEIGEL, Chambersburg girls soccer: Weigel poured in five goals to lead the Trojans to a 7-0 victory over Mifflin County. She also scored once in a 2-2 tie with Greencastle-Antrim.

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