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Peoria Central and West Aurora Highlight Richwoods Shootout Field

Chicago Hoops
June 11, 2003

A solid field of 24 teams headlined by defending state champion Peoria Central and West Aurora will play this Saturday and Sunday in the Peoria Richwoods Shootout. Shaun Livingston (Peoria Central), Shaun Pruitt (West Aurora), DeAaron Williams (Limestone) the three top-ranked Class of 2004 prospects, are expected to compete.

The field of teams includes Peoria Central, Peoria Woodruff, Peoria Manual, Peoria Notre Dame, Peoria Richwoods, West Aurora, Dunlap, Morton, Limestone, Springfield, Springfield Southeast, Rockford Boylan, Hoffman Estates, Schaumburg, Jacksonville, Normal, Normal West, Lincoln, Bloomington, Decatur Eisenhower, Champaign Centennial, Danville, Mount Zion and Farmington.

Some of the top players expected for the tournament are Livingston, Pruitt, Williams, Justin Cerasoli (West Aurora), Trent Meacham (Champaign Centennial), Steve Holdren (Champaign Centennial), Alphonso Dillard (Peoria Manual), Bryan Mead (Hoffman Estates), Johnny Reibel (Hoffman Estates), Craig Reichel (Schaumburg), Zach Pancratz (Schaumburg), Matt Reynolds (Limestone), Dodie Dunson (Bloomington), Brandon Holtz (Bloomington) and Mick Yelovich (Mount Zion).