MASSILLON, OHIO > Wrestling
Luke, a freshman wrestler at Michigan, won the 157-pound championship at the Cliff Keen Invitational in Las Vegas, and his six victories there helped the Wolverines win their second consecutive team title. He defeated Illinois's No.1--ranked Alex Tirapelle in the championship match.
WATERFORD, CONN. > Soccer
Katie, a senior forward at Waterford High, became the first girls' soccer player from the Eastern Connecticut Conference to earn All-America honors. This season she broke her own conference record by scoring 40 goals and led the Lancers to their seventh-straight ECC division title.
GOODRICH, TEXAS > Basketball
Adrian, a senior guard at Goodrich High, scored 41 points in a 55-49 win over Chireno to reach 4,542 points and set a national girls' basketball career scoring record. She holds the national single-season free throw record (409 of 594), averages 37.0 points for the Lady Hornets and at week's end had 5,035 career points. She will attend Texas A&M next fall.
LEXINGTON, ILL. > Football
Tanney, a senior quarterback at Monmouth (Ill.) College, set a NCAA Division III regular-season record with a 73.6 completion percentage. He threw for 2,587 yards with 33 touchdown passes and only three interceptions and was named Midwest Conference offensive player of the year.
UPLAND, CALIF. > Volleyball
Weamer, a freshman outside hitter at Cal State-- San Bernardino, was named the American Volleyball Coaches Association NCAA Division II freshman of the year. She led the 21-8 Coyotes in kills (316), was second in digs (284), and had 22 service aces and a team-high 12 double doubles.