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2C Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2001 Continued From 1C Buflebn, Pro Rex Photo submitted A group of I4 people from Gr nvIIIo, I ludIIql its varsity and I atI I players, Is weI, upon In, lvII M the In Hawaii aml decorated In flower IMI Greenville's varsity team receives instructions during a tlmeout at the Big dies Holiday Prep Classic Tournament in Hawaii, Dec. 14-16. Photo submitted island Can- From 1C II school that eventually won the tournament, whose enrollment is 2100 students. The Indians were leading at halftime, 35-30, but ran out of steam and lost, 66-52. Waiakea was ranked sixth out of all the schools in the Hawaiian Islands, and im- proved to 9-0 after winning the tournament. Nathaniel Bond turned in a triple-double with 19 points, 13 rebounds and 12 steals. Chris Preston added 14 points, seven rebounds and three assists. Raymond Robinson con- tributed 10 points, three re- bounds and three assists. On Dec. 15, Greenville took on Kalani High School. The In- dians led the entire game, but got nipped in the end, 55-53. Preston, who led with 19 points, was 50 percent from three-point range, sinking five shots from behind the arc. Bond owned the boards by cap- turing 21 rebounds, and deliv- ered 18 points and seven steals. Junior varsity goes and the Indians ~vo~w~]-llbeb~l,= wa ~s "Our JV team ~JE'" talk of the town," try s ive players double digits. I?e .au.on and Tony CharN. ' ollda with 17 points a p leasea Bentz and RomaDI' mour nts tendent scored 12 poi Brandon l]lS IS a Jesse Kingdon added 10 points. The next day, Greenville faced Kauai, a school with an enrollment of 1350, and lost 55- 50. Bond led in scoring with 13 points, and recorded 15 re- bounds and five steals. Robin- son earned 11 points, six re- bounds and six steals. Kingdon totaled 10 points, two rebounds and two steals. Greenville's final game was against Assets High School, a small Division VI school with an enrollment of 190. After taking a first-quarter lead of 22-6, the Indians fin- ished the game with a 55-28 vic- tory. Bond made 10 points, seven assists and five rebounds, and Preston contributed 9 points, three steals and two rebounds. Greenville's first game in the Junior Varsity Holiday Tournament, Dec. 14, was against host Hilo High School, points. The next night, beat Pahoa High semifinals, 65-55. out with four ing in the game, players stepped uP the victory. In the cham Dec. 16, the iakea High 42. "The kids ran outd said Holland. "They of time in the waterJ very, very hot." Charbonnier with 14 points added 11 points. A Greenville JV Trevor Bentz, is the Most Award, which to an MVP. Photo submitted WILLITS MOTORS QUINCY - NEW & USED CAR Devin Wilcox, a Greenville JV player, puts a good arc on his shot from the free- throw line. Greenville's JV team took second place at a tournament in Hawaii. Photo submitted www. pl u masn ews. corn ORIVE AWAY Over 75 in @ YOU CHOOSE:, Up to s500 of clothing or accessories credit Up to s300 off of our OlSCOUNT price No Down - No Payments - No Interest Until June 2001 14 models in stock, including "The King of the Hill" 800 RMK 23 III Crescent St. Quincy " ere [m.ily val es are l es" I II II III IN