LEAH BLOUNT, Waynesboro girls basketball: Blount put up a career-high 12 points in the Maidens’ 64-26 victory over Biglerville in the Biglerville Tournament Championship game.
COLE CHRISTIAN, Chambersburg boys basketball: Through two games of the Gettysburg Holiday Tournament Christian led the Trojans with a combined 33 points on the way to securing a tournament tile.
JENAY FAULKNER, Greencastle-Antrim girls basketball: Faulkner scored a game-high 23 points in the first round of the Lower Dauphin tournament, scoring more than 65 percent of the team's’ total offense.
JACOB GREENWOOD, Chambersburg boys swimming: Greenwood broke pool and meet record in the 500 freestyle at the Big Spring Bulldog Bash, crushing the former record by more than three seconds. His record-breaking time was 4:46.95.
CODY GUSTAFSON, Shippensburg boys basketball: Gustafson scored a career-high 29 points in the first round of the Hound Invitational, leading Shippensburg to a 69-56 win over Delone.
ALLY HOFFMANN, Fannett-Metal girls basketball: Hoffmann led the Tigers with 18 points in a 63-33 win over Belleville Mennonite.
CASEY HOOVER, Greencastle-Antrim boys basketball: After being held to just two points against Northeastern in the East Pennsboro Tournament, Hoover came out in the consolation final on fire, tying his career high of 29 points in the win.
CAMERON KECK, Waynesboro boys basketball: Keck scored a season high 21 points in a tight loss to Hershey in the first round of the New Oxford Tournament and added an additional 11 points in a consolation win over Bermudian Springs.
BRANDEN LYNCH, Southern Fulton boys basketball: Lynch aided the Indians in a Tri-State Shootout victory putting up five points and grabbing nine rebounds in the tournament championship against Berkeley Springs.
MIKELL McGEE, Fannett-Metal boys basketball: McGee scored 26 points against Belleville Mennonite on the way to claiming the title as the boys basketball all-time leading scorer
SAM NONEMAKER, Shippenburg boys swimming: Nonemaker won the 100 freestyle and came in second in the 200 free at the Big Spring Bulldog Bash.
MAKAYLA O'DONEL, Fannett-Metal girls basketball: O'Donel padded the stat sheet with five points, five steals and six assists in a 63-33 win over Belleville Mennonite.
BRANDON STUHLER, Greencastle-Antrim boys basketball: Stuhler led the Blue Devils in the first round of the East Pennsboro Tournament with 13 points, and scored an additional 16 against Donegal in the consolation final to get himself named to the All-Tournament team.
CAT WEBER, Waynesboro girls basketball: In two games of the Biglerville tournament, Weber scored a combined 37 points, including a 22-point performance against York Country Day in which she single-handedly outscored York CD.