Nate Navigato picks up pace, Geneva routs Huntley

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Geneva’s Nate Navigato didn’t pick up the pace as much as he picked things up for Pace — as in injured point guard Trent Pace.

With his team struggling early offensively in its season opener at the Crystal Lake Central Thanksgiving Tournament, Navigato, the 6-7 senior swing man who has committed to Buffalo, started driving to the basket and making passes.

It paved the way for his 31-point night in a 63-26 rout of rebuilding Huntley in the game played at Prairie Ridge.


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