JOSH BOOTH, McConnellsburg boys soccer: Booth netted the Spartans’ golden goal in the second overtime period against Chestnut Ridge, lifting McConnellsburg to a 2-1 Sideling Hill League Victory in the season opener.
HALEY BRICKER, Shalom Christian girls volleyball: Bricker led the Flames with eight kills and eight digs in Shalom’s MDCC sweep of Faith. She also had three aces and a block.
DEREK BUHRMAN, Waynesboro boys soccer: Buhrman netted a pair of goals in Waynesboro’s 2-1 overtime Mid Penn Colonial thriller over James Buchanan.
OLIVIA CHURCHMAN, Waynesboro girls soccer: Churchman scored the overtime game-winner in the opening game of the Trojan Cup, propelling the Maidens to a 1-0 victory over Chambersburg.
JACOB COX, Shippensburg boys soccer: Cox had two goals during the Reading tournament, including the game-winning goal in the consolation game against Lebanon, and eliminated a shutout in the opening round game against Reading.
COURTNEY COY, Shippensburg field hockey: Coy netted a hat trick in the Lady Hounds’ 7-1 victory over Waynesboro in the season opener.
RACHEL DUSMAN, Chambersburg field hockey: Dusman scored the game-winning goal in a 2-1 upset over State College, and had a goal and an assist in the Trojans' 7-0 non-league victory over Waynesboro.
LIZA ERNST, Chambersburg field hockey: Ernst had the opening goal against State College, and netted a goal and an assist against Waynesboro.
CADEN FICKS, James Buchanan football: Ficks had 12.5 tackles in the Rockets' loss to Hanover on Friday, including three solo tackles. He also two receptions for 10 yards.
OLIVIA FOGELSONGER, Waynesboro girls volleyball: Fogelsonger had 13 kills in the Maidens' straight-set victory over James Buchanan.
ABI FULLER, Waynesboro field hockey: Fuller had a combined 38 saves in the Maidens’ first three games of the season, averaging more than 12 saves per game in Waynesboro’s 0-3 start.
OLIVIA GARDENHOUR, Waynesboro golf: Gardenhour placed second at the Mid Penn Colonial Division match at Penn National Founders, scoring 77. She had six bogeys and one birdie.
LAUREN HIRNEISEN, Greencastle-Antrim cross country: Hirneisen snuck into second place at the Enos Yeager Invitational, beating Chambersburg’s Kaylee Mowery by one second with a finishing time of 14:25.
CAMERON KECK, Waynesboro football: Keck may have had only four receptions in the Indians’ loss to Red Lion, but he racked up 104 receiving yards on those catches.
RACHEL MARTIN, James Buchanan girls tennis: Martin allowed just two points to be scored against her in a pair of No.1 singles victories.
TARYN PARKS, Greencastle-Antrim cross country: Parks, a freshman, came out strong in her first high school meet, winning the Enos Yeager Invitational with a finishing time of 14:24.
KARSEN RUSH, Chamberbsurg golf: Rush led the Trojans to a win with a 3-over par 75 performance at the Mid Penn Colonial Division match at Penn National Founders. He had four bogeys and one birdie.
OWEN STONER, James Buchanan football: Stoner rushed for 30 yards on four carries including a touchdown in the Rockets' 55-36 loss to Hanover. He also had a 10-yard reception, 183 return yards, and 5.5 tackles.
CARLY SWOPE, McConnellsburg girls volleyball: Swope led the Spartans across the board in a season-opening sweep of St. Maria Goretti. She had nine kills, eight digs, three blocks and five aces.
PHILLIP TORRES, Shippensburg football: Torres led the Greyhounds' running game with 108 yards on 15 carries in Shippensburg’s 42-6 win over Dover.
SEAN VESSAH, Chambersburg football: Vessah scored Chambersburg’s first touchdown Friday against Greencastle by running in a 60-yard fumble recovery after a Chambersburg punt.