TREVAUNTE' WILLIAMS Garfield boys basketball Williams, a 6-foot-5 senior wing, came alive for a career-high 35 points — more than...
Garfield boys basketball
Williams, a 6-foot-5 senior wing, came alive for a career-high 35 points — more than twice his average — to keep the top-ranked Bulldogs’ season going in a 74-65 overtime victory over South Kitsap. He scored nine of Garfield’s 11 points in overtime and also contributed 11 rebounds, two assists and two blocks.
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