Lily Cantabene, Dallastown field hockey: Scored the lone goal of the match on Tuesday as the Wildcats escaped with the victory at Susquehannock. Canatbene scored with 33 seconds left in regulation.
Nyah Hood, York Suburban soccer: Scored two second-half goals to force overtime at Gettysburg on Tuesday. The Trojans then won with eight seconds remaining in OT on a goal by Katie Heiner.
Alexa Shorts, Central York volleyball: Finished with a match-high 16 kills on Thursday as the Panthers swept Spring Grove. Shorts also had three digs and three blocks in the win.
Emily Schuler, Dallastown cross country: Placed first overall in 19:33 during Tuesday's meet with York Suburban, Eastern York and South Western. Schuler finished 34 seconds ahead of the rest of the girls' field.
Carly Stoner, Biglerville soccer: Scored three goals on Thursday to lift the Canners to a win at York Catholic. Stoner scored two of her goals in the final 15:38 of the first half as Biglerville took a 3-0 halftime lead. Stoner also scored two goals during Tuesday's win over Bermudian Springs.
Emma Sieling, Susquehannock volleyball: Finished with a match-high 19 kills as the Warriors defeated Gettysburg in four games on Thursday. Sieling added 22 digs during the win.
Kamdyn Balko, New Oxford tennis: Downed defending YAIAA Class 2A singles champ Elle Neudecker of Delone Catholic 6-3, 6-7 (4), 6-3 on Thursday at No. 1 singles to help the Colonials to the team victory. Balko also earned a straight-set wins at No. 1 on Tuesday versus Susquehannock and Wednesday against Spring Grove.