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Scenes from Roundball Classic Game 4: Reavis vs Heritage

Final score: 24–8, Reavis


LANSING, Ill. (February 7, 2020) – Friday night’s second game—and the fourth of the Roundball Classic—featured a face-off between Reavis Elementary School and Heritage Middle School. Reavis is located at 17121 Roy Street and Heritage is located at 19250 Burnham Avenue.

Before the game starts, Marquelle Smith (10) waves to a familiar face in the crowd. (Photo: Melanie Jongsma)
Shane Cade (13) drives into the paint during the first quarter.
Van Mansker waits to inbound the ball while Nathan Weathers (32) defends and Shane Cade (13) breaks free on the court.
Valentin Becerra (33) maneuvers along the baseline while Nathan Weathers (32) and Miles Parker (44) defend.
Jordan Davis (50) makes use of Nathan Weathers’ perfect screen and drives toward the basket.
Aiden Musgrove (43) fires a short-range jumper.
Maurice King (14), Nathan Weathers (32), Van Mansker (34), and Evan Krueger (20) vie for the best rebounding position.
Arvel Mosely (1) waits downcourt for the outcome of his teammate’s free-throw. (Photo: Melanie Jongsma)
Markell Morris attempts to lose his defender, Maurice King (14).
Reavis fans show their support. (Photo: Melanie Jongsma)
William Boyd drives into the paint for a layup attempt.
Tristen Brown (55) was first thought the “good game” line after the final buzzer. (Photo: Melanie Jongsma)
Lansing Village Administrator Dan Podgorski presented Travel Williams (left) and Shane Cade (right) with the Most Valuable Player awards.

The tournament continues on Saturday, and the championship game and award ceremony will take place on Monday, February 10.

Saturday, February 8

  • G6 11:00 Heritage v. Lansing Christian
  • G7 12:00 Reavis v. Oak Glen
  • G8 1:00 Lansing Christian v. Coolidge
  • G9 2:00 Heritage v. Oak Glen
  • G10 3:00 Coolidge v. Reavis

Monday, February 10

  • 6:30 Award ceremony for all participants

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Josh Bootsma
Josh Bootsma
Josh is Managing Editor at The Lansing Journal and believes in the power and purpose of community news. He covers any local topics—from village government to theatre, from business openings to migratory birds.