Faces in the Crowd: January 25, 2016

View the Faces in the Crowd for the week of January 25, 2016
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. Khalid Kareem

Farmington, Mich. > Football

Khalid, a 6' 4" 250-pound defensive end and a recent graduate of Harrison High in Farmington Hills, returned one fumble 78 yards and another for 14 yards and a score to help East beat the West 28–13 in the Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl; he was named MVP. Last season he had 56 tackles, 36 for loss and 16 sacks. Khalid will play for Notre Dame.

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. Cali Konek

North Huntingdon, Pa. > Basketball

Cali, a 5' 5" freshman guard at Imani Christian Academy, a Class A school in Pittsburgh, scored 54 points in an 80–74 win over Class 4A Woodland Hills High. It was the fifth time she had gone for 50 or more in the Lady Saints' first 14 games. Cali was averaging 45.4 points at week's end, second best in the nation, with 6.9 rebounds, 5.1 assists and 4.2 steals.

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. Will Scott

Coralville, Iowa > Swimming

Will, a senior at Iowa City West High, swept the 50- (20.79 seconds) and 100-yard freestyles (46.25) and had the field's best splits in the 200 and 400 free relays to lead the two-time defending state champions to the Linn-Mar Invite title. His 20.15 anchor leg in the 200 erased a 1.2-second deficit to beat the Wisconsin Division 2 state champs Monona Grove High.

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. Kanzy El Defrawy

Cairo, Egypt > Squash

El Defrawy, a senior co-captain at Trinity College, swept the clinching match—allowing just eight points—in a home-opening 7–2 victory over Dartmouth. A three-time New England Small College Athletic Conference player of the year, she was runner-up in the College Squash Association's A Division singles last season.

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. Tyler Rowe

East Hartford, Conn. > Basketball

Rowe, a 5' 10" freshman guard at Connecticut College, hit back-to-back game-winners to help the Camels extend their victory streak to five. He made a layup with 16.1 seconds left in an 82–81 win over Middlebury, then buried a buzzer-beating 20-footer to beat City College of New York 77–75. Rowe was averaging 13.5 points and 3.8 assists through Sunday.

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