Name : Ethan Chavez
School : San Dimas
Sport : Basketball
Grade : Senior
Position : Guard
Boys Athlete of the Week:
San Dimas began its own Gary Prestesater Classic on Monday with a 69-64 loss to Villa Park.
It’s the same VPHS team that finished second after Saturday’s 43-42 setback to Diamond Bar in the tournament title game.
The Saints, though, would brush it off, and won four consecutive games to earn the consolation championship on Saturday.
SDHS started its four-game win streak on Tuesday, with a 55-40 victory over Alta Loma.
In that game, Ethan Chavez led the way with 22 points, five rebounds, seven assists and three steals.
San Dimas would go on to beat Duarte (72-33), Don Lugo (45-41) and Patriot (67-32) in last night’s consolation championship game.
Chavez averaged 17 points per game this past week and earned himself all-tournament honors.
In the conso title game, Chavez scored 17 points, including three 3-pointers.
Up next: The Saints head will travel to Bonita tomorrow (Monday) at 7.
San Dimas Results, November 28-December 3
11/28: Villa Park 69, SDHS 64
11/29: SDHS 55, Alta Loma 40
11/20: SDHS 72, Duarte 33
12/1: SDHS 45, Don Lugo 41
12/3: SDHS 67, Patriot 32
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