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HS highlight reel: Imani freshman nears 1,000 points |

HS highlight reel: Imani freshman nears 1,000 points

Bill Hartlep
| Wednesday, February 3, 2016 10:12 p.m

Cali Konek has scored at an unprecedented pace this season and could be headed for a milestone usually reserved for juniors or seniors.

The Imani Christian freshman is within striking distance of reaching 1,000 points during the regular season.

She has 978 points this season through 21 games, an average of 46.5. That included 58 points Wednesday in a win over Serra Catholic.

The Saints (14-7, 7-4 Section 4-A) play at Winchester Thurston on Thursday to wrap up the regular season. In their first meeting, Konek scored 48 against WT.

She has scored 50 or more points nine times this season.

If she doesn’t reach the milestone this week, Konek will have at least one playoff game to accomplish the feat, as the Saints have qualified as Section 4’s fourth-place team.

The WPIAL playoffs begin next week.

Stats of the day


Goals scored during Sunday’s four PIHL all-star games held at Brady’s Run Park Ice Arena in Beaver


WPIAL athletes who finished first in their events (out of 32) at the TSTCA indoor meet Saturday at Edinboro

Central team to be honored

The WPIAL and PIAA Class AAAA champion Central Catholic football team will be presented Friday with the Army National Guard national ranking trophy as part of the 11th annual MaxPreps Tour of Champions. The Vikings finished 60th in the final national rankings. The presentation will be made at halftime of Central’s boys basketball game against Lincoln Park.

— Bill Hartlep

Bill Hartlep is a Tribune-Review high school sports editor. You can contact Bill at 412-320-7934, or via Twitter .

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