Mike, a senior linebacker at Canon McMillan High, had eight tackles, an interception and a forced fumble for Team USA in a 17-0 win over The World in an all-star game that was part of the NFL Pro Bowl festivities; he was named his team's MVP. An all-state selection in 2008 and '09, Mike has signed with Penn State.
Ryen, a senior at Bullock Creek High, won the 200th match of his career in his school's 50-19 dual-meet win over Shepherd. A two-time state Division 3 champion, he increased his total to 222 by week's end, extended his current winning streak to 168 and was the nation's top-ranked wrestler at 135 pounds. Ryen, with a 52-0 record this season, has signed with Indiana.
DALLAS > Basketball
Riley, a senior guard at Oklahoma State, became the school's all-time leading scorer with her 31-point performance in a 77-63 loss to Texas. Through Sunday she had 2,541 career points and was third in NCAA Division I in scoring (25.6). Riley had also scored in double figures in 82 straight games, the second-longest active streak in Division I.
NEW YORK CITY > Diver
Garcia, a sophomore at Clark, swept the one- and three-meter events (295.95 and 324.60) in a dual-meet win over Worcester Polytechnic and was selected women's diver of the week in the New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference for the sixth time this season. A three-meter All-America as a freshman, she holds the school's one- and three-meter scoring records.
KHARKIV, UKRAINE > Hockey
Ryabkina, a junior forward at Harvard, scored the only goal as the No. 5 Crimson beat No. 9 Northeastern 1-0 for its 13th Beanpot championship. It was her fourth game-winner of the season. Ryabkina, who scored four goals in Harvard's 5-0 victory over Boston College in the opening round, was named MVP of the four-team tournament.
Brock and Tanner Weatherman
CAMBRIDGE, IOWA > Wrestling
Brock (pictured), a senior at Ballard High, and Tanner, a junior, won the 171- and 152-pound classes, respectively, to lead the Bombers to their sixth straight Class 2A regional title; Ballard will compete for its third consecutive state title. The cousins were a combined 79-1 through Sunday.
Photo Credit From Top: Mirisciotti's Photography; Lisa Brown; Oklahoma State; Richard Orr Photography; David Silverman Photography; Joe Randleman/Tri County Times.