GRACE BANFE, Shalom Christian girls basketball: Banfe ignited the Flames in a 50-33 victory over Shenandoah Valley Christian with a career-high 22 points. She has racked up 44 points through four games this season.

COLE CHRISTIAN, Chambersburg boys basketball: Christian aided the Trojans to their third straight Franklin County Tip-Off win by scoring 21 points and grabbing 13 rebounds through two games. Christian was named to the All-Tournament team.

CHELSEA COVER, Waynesboro girls basketball: Cover racked up 27 points through two games on the way to leading Waynesboro to second place in the Franklin County Tip-Off. She was named to the All-Tournament team.

COLLIN DOLBIN, Shippensburg wrestling: Dolbin pinned Jacob Frank of Easton in 2:24 to claim third place at 220 pounds at the Cumberland Valley Kickoff Tournament.

JENAY FAULKNER, Greencastle-Antrim girls basketball: Faulkner claimed her second straight Franklin County Tip-Off MVP honor after putting up 39 points, leading the Lady Blue Devils to their fourth consecutive tip-off title. She put up a double-double in the championship game with 19 points and 10 rebounds.

DYLAN GORDON, Southern Fulton boys basketball: Gordon, the reigning P.O. Player of the Year, picked up right where he left off, leading the Indians with 48 points through two games, including a 30-point performance against Chestnut Ridge.

CODY GUSTAFSON, Shippensburg boys basketball: Gustafson kicked off the season by leading the Greyhounds to a consolation victory at the Gettysburg Tip-Off tournament, scoring 27 points through two games. Gustafson also added another 13 in the Hounds' first MPC win of the season.

EVAN HINE, Waynesboro boys basketball: Hine scored 27 points and pulled down 16 rebounds through the Franklin County Tip-Off tournament to be named to the All-Tournament team. He also paced the Indians against James Buchanan, putting up 16 points.

CASEY HOOVER, Greencastle-Antrim boys basketball: Hoover aided the Blue Devils to third place at the Franklin County Tip-Off Tournament by racking up 25 points through two games. He was named to the All-Tournament team.

PAIGE HOOVER, Shalom Christian girls basketball: Hoover had a good start to the year, putting up a combined 35 points in the Flames’ first four games of the season.

GABBY LECOUNA, Chambersburg girls basketball: Lecouna made her presence known in her debut for the Lady Trojans, scoring 31 points through two games of the Franklin County Tip-Off Tournament, including 26 in the consolation game alone.

LIZ LOGAN, Shippensburg girls basketball: Logan kicked off her senior season in a big way, leading the Lady Hounds to second place at the Mifflin County Tournament, scoring 30 points along the way, and was named the tournament offensive MVP. She added an additional 23 points on Tuesday against Northern York.

PHILLIPE LOZIUS, Chambersburg wrestling: Lozius went 3-0 at the Warwick Tournament, including 11-4 and 11-5 decisions at 285 to help the Trojans to a tournament title.

MARIAH MARTIN, Shippensburg girls basketball: Martin collected the defensive MVP honor at the Mifflin County Tournament by helping the Lady Hounds to second place. Through three games this season Martin has scored 38 points.

RACHEL MARTIN, James Buchanan girls basketball: Martin scored 21 points for the Lady Rockets through two games of the Franklin County Tip-Off Tournament and was named to the All-Tournament team.

MIKELL McGEE, Fannett-Metal boys basketball: McGee came out of the gate fast in the Tigers’ first game of the season, scoring 26 points and going a perfect 6-for-6 from the charity stripe.

BySHAWN MINCIE, Chambersburg boys basketball: Mincie earned Franklin County Tip-Off tournament MVP honors by putting up 25 points and grabbing 10 rebounds, leading the Trojans to their third consecutive tip-off championship.

SAM NONEMAKER, Shippensburg swimming: Nonemaker broke a 25-year-old school record in the 100 backstroke in the opening meet of the season, pacing the pool by more than seven seconds. He touched the wall in 56.90 to break the record by nearly a second.

CHANDLER OLSON, Shippensburg wrestling: Olson placed second at 132 pounds at the Cumberland Valley Kickoff Tournament, falling 6-3 to PIAA runner-up Austin DeSanto of Exeter in the final.

JARED PINE, James Buchanan boys basketball: Pine landed a spot on the Franklin County All-Tournament team after putting up 24 points for the Rockets during the annual tip-off tournament. Pine also led the Rockets against Waynesboro with 14 points.

JONAH STAINS, Shalom Christian boys basketball: Stains scored nearly half of Shalom’s points in an MDCC win over Faith, racking up 32 points. He paces the Flames on offense, averaging more than 22 points per game through four contests.

CHASE VARNER, Southern Fulton boys basketball: Varner kicked off the basketball season by scoring 30 points through two games, on the way to helping the Indians to a fast 2-0 start.

MORGAN WAGAMAN, Greencastle-Antrim girls basketball: Wagaman had 17 points for the Lady Blue Devils, aiding G-A in its fourth consecutive Franklin County Tip-Off championship. Wagaman was named to the All-Tournament team.

LUCAS WINGERT, Fannett-Metal boys basketball: Wingert helped the Tigers in a tight victory over Tussey Mountain, scoring 20 points for Fannett-Metal.

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