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Lots to like from holiday tourneys
  • Purchase Photo | Brian Hill | Staff Photographer

  • Among the area all-tournament selections at last week's holiday tournaments were, from left to right: St. Charles North senior Quinten Payne, Geneva sophomore Nate Navigato and Batavia junior Micah Coffey. Payne scored 29 points in his final game, the best of anyone at the Pontiac Holiday Tournament, leading the North Stars to fifth place. Payne averaged 23.8 points as the North Stars went 3-1. Navigato made the all-tournament team at East Aurora where Geneva won its last two games to finish fifth. Coffey's 17.3 scoring average at Elgin led Batavia to a 3-1 record and third-place showing at Elgin's Holiday Tournament.

    Among the area all-tournament selections at last week's holiday tournaments were, from left to right: St. Charles North senior Quinten Payne, Geneva sophomore Nate Navigato and Batavia junior Micah Coffey. Payne scored 29 points in his final game, the best of anyone at the Pontiac Holiday Tournament, leading the North Stars to fifth place. Payne averaged 23.8 points as the North Stars went 3-1. Navigato made the all-tournament team at East Aurora where Geneva won its last two games to finish fifth. Coffey's 17.3 scoring average at Elgin led Batavia to a 3-1 record and third-place showing at Elgin's Holiday Tournament.

  • Purchase Photo | Laura Stoecker | Staff Photographer

  • Laura Stoecker/lstoecker@dailyherald.com  St. Charles North's Quinten Payne dunks a shot in the first quarter of regional game on Wednesday, February 29.

    Laura Stoecker/lstoecker@dailyherald.com St. Charles North's Quinten Payne dunks a shot in the first quarter of regional game on Wednesday, February 29.

 

New Year's Eve celebrations hopefully were enjoyed by all. Several local boys basketball teams and players also enjoyed solid if not stellar holiday tournaments.

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