Richeson scored a total of three goals in two games last week, helping top-ranked Countryside (20-0-1) win its second consecutive Class 4A, District 7 championship. He scored once in a 2-1 win over Largo and two in a 4-1 romp over Dunedin.
The 5-10 forward scored 30 points and collected 12 rebounds in a victory over the Academy of Holy Names Friday. For the season, the senior is averaging 18.3 points per game for SPC, ranked fourth in this week's Class A state poll.
Seymour, a sophomore in the Mustangs' second-year program, ran his season record to 17-1 and earned the 275-pound class championship at the Class 2A, District 5 tournament Saturday. Seymour won his title match with a 41-second pin.
The sophomore scored the game-winning goal in Lakewood's Region IV and Section II victories, helping the Spartans reach their first Class 3A state tournament. Schramek scored a total of three goals in the games. Lakewood is 20-3-2.
To nominate high school athletes for the weekly Area Standouts column, call the sports department (893-8819) on Mondays between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. The column is compiled by staff writer Tim Looney.