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CV's Mew competes in all-star contest
Trevor Mew relished the opportunity to participate in the 14th annual Six-County Senior All-Star Boys Basketball Classic on May 8 at Modesto Junior College.

The Central Valley senior tallied eight points during the Blue team's 120-101 triumph over the Red squad in front of 900 fans.

"It was fun just being able to play with a bunch of good athletes like that," said Mew, who played alongside Valley Oak League rivals Brenden Evans of Sonora (20 points) and Nick Scheible of Manteca (16 points). "We played really well together. Nobody was being selfish. That's why we won."

The Blue All-Stars stormed to a 20-point lead in the first half.

"Usually at all-star games, there's a lot of showboating," Mew said. "We played hard because we wanted to win."

Mew logged time at point guard, guard and small forward. He buried two 3-pointers and converted one layup.

"I had a bunch of assists too," Trevor said.

Mew had a productive hoops career at Central Valley.

He was named to the Valley Oak League first team during his final season with the Hawks.

Trevor averaged 14 points and 3.5 rebounds per contest.

Mew scored in double figures in seven of 11 conference games.

He had 25 points and seven 3-pointers in an 86-75 road loss to VOL champion Manteca.

He totaled 21 of his 23 points and all seven of his 3-pointers in the second half of the Hawks' 76-73 overtime home loss to Weston Ranch.

Trevor received honorable-mention accolades as a junior. He averaged 11.6 points, 4.0 rebounds and 1.8 assists per game.

"I learned a lot," he said. "I got to be a leader. I enjoyed the experience. I would have loved to make playoffs but that didn't happen. You can't dwell on it."

Added Hawks head coach Darryl Dickson: "He (Trevor) gave us everything he had."