BRYCEN HOHMAN, Forbes Road boys basketball: Hohman scored a career-high 19 points for the Cardinals, thanks to a 9-for-15 shooting performance against Tussey Mountain.

TAYLOR COFFMAN, Fannett-Metal girls basketball: Coffman racked up 17 points for the Tigers in a solid 51-34 win over Mount Union.

LYDIA CRIST, Greencastle-Antrim girls basketball: Crist tied her career-high by scoring 13 points against Boiling Springs as the Lady Blue Devils remain unbeaten in Mid Penn Colonial division play.

COLE CHRISTIAN, Chambersburg boys basketball: Christian led the Trojans in a tight contest against Carlisle, scoring 21 points, including  five 3-pointers in the second half.

BROOKE EMGE, Shalom Christian girls basketball: Emge scored a career-high 23 points and had 10 steals on the way to a 47-35 win over Veritas Academy in the first round of the High Point Baptist Tournament.

DREW GORDON, Southern Fulton girls basketball: Gordon scored a career high of 22 points including a 10-for-15 performance from the foul line. On top of a career game, Gordon also completed a double-double with 13 rebounds.

DYLAN GORDON, Southern Fulton boys basketball: Gordon led the Indians in a SHL/ICC win over Tussey Mountain, racking up 21 points, adding 12 rebounds and six assists.

CHANCE HAWBAKER, McConnellsbrug boys basketball: Hawbaker led the Spartans to a win over Northern Bedford with 17 points.

RACHEL KIMMEL, James Buchanan girls swimming: Kimmel broke the girls school record in the 100 breaststroke, beating the field by nearly 20 seconds against East Pennsboro. She was also a part of the record-breaking 200 medley relay.

BRYAN LAYMAN, Waynesboro wrestling: Layman had the team’s fastest pin in a slew of falls in a Mid Penn Colonial win over West Perry with a pin over Ethan Weibley at 113 in 1:10.

ABBY MACKLING, James Buchanan girls basketball: Mackling scored a career-high 19 points to lead the Lady Rockets to their first win of the season, against Big Spring in a 54-40 win.

ANNABELLE McCULLOUGH, James Buchanan girls swimming: McCullough broke a school record in the 100 butterfly against East Pennsboro, finishing in 1:00.89. She also had a hand in the girls 200 medley relay, which broke the former school record by almost four seconds.

BRONWYNE MELLOTT, McConnellsburg girls basketball: Mellott scored nearly half of the Lady Spartans' points in a 62-44 win over Northern Bedford, putting up 29 points, then topped that season-high total against Tussey Mountain with 30 points.

JALEN MOATS, Cumberland Valley Christian girls basketball: Moats led the Flames in a pair of games this week, racking up 29 points through two games.

COLTON MUSSER, Shippensburg wrestling: Musser claimed a key pin at 182 against Boiling Springs to aid Shippensburg in locking in a 33-30 Mid Penn Colonial Division victory.

KELLYN PERRY, McConnellsburg girls basketball: Perry racked up a double-double for the Lady Spartans in a big win over Northern Bedford, putting up 14 points and 11 rebounds, on top of two blocks.

AARON RUMP, Chambersburg wrestling: Rump had a quick day at a Mid Penn Commonwealth dual meet against Mifflin County, pinning his opponent Gavin Sage in just 23 seconds for a win at 138.

JEFFREY RUSSELL, Shippensburg wrestling: Russell avenged a loss to Boiling Springs’ Mason Herrera two weeks ago by claiming a 7-5 decision, all the while helping the Greyhounds squeeze by the Bubblers with a 33-30 victory.

ALEX STOOPS, Waynesboro gymnastics: Stoops kicked off her high school gymnastics season with an all-around win at the Chambersburg Winter Invitational with a score of 35.325, and won three of four events with scores of 9.0 or above.

CARTER VAN SCYOC, Shippensburg boys basketball: Van Scyoc scored a career-high 24 points against Big Spring, thanks to a 7-for-10 performance at the foul line, to aid the Greyhounds in a Mid Penn Colonial Division win.

CAT WEBER, Waynesboro girls basketball: Weber scored 19 points in the Maidens’ Mid Penn Colonial Division win over Big Spring. Weber added another 14 points in a Colonial victory over Northern York.

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