**Andrew**, **Brian**, **Calvin**, **Daniel** and **Eugene**, each take part in five events, namely **Algebra Challenge**, **Number Theory Challenge**, **Geometry Challenge**, **Calculus Challenge** and **Logic Challenge**.

In each challenge, scores of 5,4,3,2 and 1 are awarded for 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th, respectively. There are no ties. **Andrew** scores a total of $24$ points, **Calvin** scores the same in each of four challenges, **Daniel** scores $4$ in **Algebra Challenge**, and **Eugene** scores $5$ in **Number Theory Challenge** and $3$ in **Geometry Challenge**.

Surprisingly, their overall positions are in the alphabetical order of their names. There are no ties in the final standings.

Choose the correct option among the following:

$\large A)$ This information is not enough to find the scores of the members in each of the challenges.

$\large B)$ This information is enough to find the scores of the members in each of the challenges, and there is only one such solution.

$\large C)$ This information is enough to find the scores of the members in each of the challenges, and there is more than one solution.