Photo by Andrew Ottoson
Grangeville freshman Trey Dreadfulwater downed Genesee with a last-second three-pointer on the road last Saturday night, Jan. 14.
Pictured, Dreadfulwater and senior Luke Stokes celebrated the shot, which was set up by Stokes’ dribble-drive off an inbounds set with less than nine seconds remaining.
As of Wednesday, January 18, 2017
GENESEE Freshman guard Trey Dreadfulwater snapped a 50-50 tie with a three-pointer as time expired last Saturday night, Jan. 14. The game-winner came out of an inbounds play GHS coach Kelcey Edwards designed around senior guard Luke Stokes’ flair for dribble-drives.
Grangeville inbounded the ball after a timeout with less than 9 seconds left in the contest, and the senior received the ball near the top of the arc. Stokes drove into the paint and, as the defense collapsed around him, zipped a pass out to Dreadfulwater, who ended the contest with accuracy from the right wing side.
It was Dreadfulwater’s third triple on a night the Grangeville freshman led all scoerers with 13 points.
Next, Grangeville (4-4) is set to host St. Maries at 3 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 21.