Hale, a senior at Annapolis High, lapped the field at the Anne Arundel County indoor championships to win the 3,200 meters in 9:18.01, breaking by 22.79 seconds the meet record of Olympian and former Broadneck High star Matthew Centrowitz Jr. Hale, who also won the the 2012 Maryland 3A cross-country title, was named the All-Metro cross-country runner of the year by The Baltimore Sun. He will run for Navy.
Shadyside, Ohio > Basketball
Karli, a 5-foot-7 senior guard at Shadyside High, scored 28 points with seven three-pointers in a 52-49 Ohio Valley Athletic Conference semifinal win over Bridgeport High, breaking the state record for career treys, boys or girls, with 330. Through Sunday she was averaging 19.1 points on 41.3% shooting from behind the arc for the Lady Tigers. Karli will play at the University of Findlay (Ohio).
Port. St. Lucie, Fla. > Gymnastics
Caesar, a fifth-year senior and co-captain at Michigan, won the parallel bars in the team's home opener with an NCAA-record 15.90 points, helping the No. 3 Wolverines upset Stanford to claim the Cardinal's No. 2 rank, 439.75-429.35. A week later he matched that score in a 439.35-413.40 win over Cal. (The previous record of 15.85 was set in 2008.) Caesar competed for Bangladesh at the 2012 London Games.
Fullerton, Calif. > Basketball
Briana, a 5-foot-7 1/2 senior guard at Troy High, scored a game-high 20 points and had seven rebounds and four steals in a 52-30 defeat of Brea Olinda High, the Warriors' first victory over their rivals in seven years. A McDonald's All-America nominee, Briana returned this year from a right ACL tear that caused her to miss last season. Averaging 13.5 points and 5.5 assists, she will play for Stanford next year.
Dover, Pa. > Wrestling
Brooks, a senior at top-ranked Blair Academy (Blairstown, N.J.), won his 285-pound match 4-0 over Ralph Nichols to help the Bucs beat second-ranked St. Edward High (Lakewood, Ohio) 32-20. He also won the heavyweight titles at the prestigious Ironman, Beast of the East and Powerade tournaments this season. InterMat's national No. 2-ranked heavyweight, Brooks will wrestle for Illinois.
University Place, Wash. > Track and Field
Geubelle, a senior at Kansas, won the long jump at the Armory Collegiate Invitational in New York City, breaking meet and school records with a leap of 21 feet and 11.5 inches. It was the farthest jump in the nation this season. Andrea, who was named to the Bowerman Award watch list, also has the country's second-best triple jump this year (45 feet, 7 3/4 inches). She placed third in that event in the Olympic trials.
Photo credits: Ray K. Saunders/Courtesy of The Washington Post (Bullen); Paul Krajnyak (Bonar); Michigan Photo Services (Caesar); Todd Anderson (Roberson); Courtesy of Blair Academy (Black); Jeff Jacobsen/Kansas Athletics (Geubelle)