Faces in the Crowd

Oct. 24, 2005
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Faces in the Crowd

Danesha Adams

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Adams, a sophomore midfielder at UCLA, scored two second-half goals to lead the No. 4--ranked Bruins to a 2-1 come-from-behind victory over 10th-ranked Pepperdine. She had six points for the week and leads the 13-1 team with 12 goals and 25 points for the season.

Travis Benson

HUMBLE, TEXAS > Water Polo

Travis, a senior at Humble High, helped his team go 4-0 and, for the first time, win the championship at the 23rd annual Cy-Creek Jamboree in Houston. The Wildcats' captain led the team with 14 goals and 10 steals over the two-day tournament, and USA Water Polo named him athlete of the week.

Sloane Kern

GREAT BEND, KANS. > Cross-country

Sloane, a junior at Great Bend High, ran a school-record time of 15:36 over the 5K course to win the boys' individual championship and lead the Panthers to the team title at the Western Athletic Conference championships in Liberal, Kans. It is his second conference tournament title and fifth individual win this season.

Kara Liefer

RED BUD, ILL. > Volleyball

Liefer, a senior setter at Washington University in St. Louis, helped her team win the Bears Classic, its fourth tournament title of the season, and was named to the all-tournament team for the fourth time. She had 36 assists, six digs and four blocks in the two-game event for the undefeated, Division III Bears.

Camila Infante

SANTIAGO, CHILE > Field Hockey

Infante, a junior midfielder at American, was named Patriot League offensive player of the week for the second time this season after she scored a total of seven points in two Eagles victories. She leads the undefeated team with 10 goals and 30 points and is a member of Chile's junior World Cup team.

Jacob and Jared Bruce

AURELIA, IOWA > Football

Jacob and Jared, a junior receiver and sophomore quarterback on the eight-man team at Aurelia High, were instrumental in scoring three touchdowns in 26 seconds against Elk Horn--Kimballton. Aurelia, which had been down by 31 points, won 52-49.

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