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CVHS grad stars in another all-star contest
Playing in his second all-star high-school football contest in less than a week, recent Central Valley graduate Trevor Mew didn't disappoint.

The 6-foot-2, 190-pound quarterback improved to 2-0 as a starter after completing 7 of 13 passes for 177 yards and two touchdowns in the North's 36-14 win over the South on Friday, June 26 in the 24th Chowchilla Rotary All-Star Game.

"I'm going to remember this for the rest of my life," Mew said. "It was a great experience. I had a lot of fun."

Trevor had a productive night in front of a packed stadium despite facing constant pressure and quarters pass coverage.

Mew threw a 23-yard TD pass to Golden Valley's Adrian Abaraca in the first quarter and combined with Chowchilla's Kyle Espinosa for a 55-yard scoring play in the third quarter.

The North defense also intercepted five passes.

"Our coaches put us in position to win," Mew said.

Trevor played for head coach Dennis Stubbs of Los Banos and his staff for the second straight week.

Mew threw for 179 yards and three scores in the South's 19-3 rout of the North in the 36th Lions All-Star Football Game on June 20 at the University of the Pacific.

"Last week's experience got us ready for this game," Trevor said. "We knew they were going to be more physical. It came down to who wanted to win more. We just got the job done."

Mew will continue his football career at Modesto Junior College.

Trevor will either redshirt or backup returning quarterback Greg Panelli. The Orestimba graduate led the Pirates to the Golden Gate Conference, Central Division and Graffiti Bowl championships in 2008.

"I hate not playing, but if that's what's best for the team, that's what I'll do," Mew said.

Ceres High's Justin Hidahl (DE/OL) also played for the North in the Chowchilla All-Star game.