CAIRO, EGYPT > SQUASH
Khalifa, a freshman at St. Lawrence University in Canton, N.Y., defeated top-seeded Todd Harrity, a Princeton senior, 3--0 at the College Squash Association championships in Hartford, to win the men's title. In the semifinals he came back from a two-game deficit to beat defending champion Ali Farag, a Harvard junior. A world junior champ in 2010, Khalifa finished his first collegiate season with a 15--0 record, helping the Saints to a No. 6 national ranking, the highest in program history.
IRMO, S.C. > BASKETBALL
Rose, a 5'5" senior guard at Dutch Fork High, made four consecutive free throws in the final 10 seconds of the Class 4A championship to seal a 46--43 victory over Dorman High (Roebuck, S.C.). Rose, who had not scored previously in the game, helped the Silver Foxes clinch their second straight state title and extend their winning streak to 40. Averaging 5.0 points and 4.2 assists, Rose was selected to play in the state North-South all-star game.
LUKE AND MARK SUNDE
CUYAHOGA FALLS, OHIO > ICE HOCKEY
Luke (left) and Mark, twin senior forwards at Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy, each broke national records in helping the Royals to the sectional finals. Luke scored 399 career points to surpass the previous record set by Doug Wood of Michigan's University Liggett School from 1987 to '90 (372), and Mark eclipsed Wood's career assists record (195) with 199. In Ohio history Luke's 243 goals are No. 1 and Mark's 350 points are No. 2.