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Runner-up finish for Central Valley
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Central Valley High School's varsity boys basketball team won two of three games en route to a second-place finish at the 66th Gustine Rotary Tournament last week.

"We're still a little shaky as far as us all being on the same page," Hawks standout guard Trevor Mew said. "We'll get there. I'm not worried about that."

Mew and Deangelo Williams made the all-tourney team. Trevor tallied 25 points and five treys. Williams had 29 points.

Central Valley suffered a 63-55 loss to Orestimba in the final of the eight-team event Saturday night.

The Warriors held a decisive 22-7 advantage in free-throw attempts.

"We should have won," Mew said. "But I don't want to make any excuses."

Williams led the Hawks with 21 points.

Mew had 10 points.

Keymonte Wooten and Chris Beleele both scored seven points.

Robert Morgan contributed four points.

Brian Blunt, Martin Gomez and Paul Sidhu finished with two points each.

Central Valley trailed 36-33 at halftime.

The Warriors outscored the Hawks in every quarter.

Central Valley defeated Mesa Verde via forfeit on Friday.

The Hawks edged Livingston 54-50 in the opening round on Thursday.

Trevor Mew made four treys on his way to tallying a team-high 15 points.

Wooten totaled 13 points.

Williams and Blunt had eight points apiece.

Morgan and Beleele both collected five points.

Central Valley shot 67 percent (8 of 12) from the foul line.

The Hawks outscored the Wolves 35-24 in the final 16 minutes to rally from a seven-point, halftime deficit.

"We had guys out there hustling," Mew said. "Everyone played hard."