Bellevlle West junior Keith Randoph had 30 rebounds in four games at the Centralia Holiday Tournament. He shared the tournament lead with teammate EJ Liddell.
Bellevlle West junior Keith Randoph had 30 rebounds in four games at the Centralia Holiday Tournament. He shared the tournament lead with teammate EJ Liddell. Todd Eschman teschman@bnd.com
Bellevlle West junior Keith Randoph had 30 rebounds in four games at the Centralia Holiday Tournament. He shared the tournament lead with teammate EJ Liddell. Todd Eschman teschman@bnd.com

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