Warrnambool student George Stevens starring for Victoria at Pacific School Games

ON FIRE: Warrnambool's George Stevens, in action during the Warrnambool Seaside Junior Basketball Classic, is dominating for Victoria at the Pacific School Games in Adelaide. Picture: Christine Ansorge
ON FIRE: Warrnambool's George Stevens, in action during the Warrnambool Seaside Junior Basketball Classic, is dominating for Victoria at the Pacific School Games in Adelaide. Picture: Christine Ansorge

A Warrnambool student is playing a pivotal role for the unbeaten Victorian under 12 basketball team at the Pacific School Games.

St Joseph’s Primary School student George Stevens is averaging 21 points for the powerhouse roster which has won its first four games in Adelaide by an average of 66 points.

George, who also represented his state in football this year, scored 20 points in Victoria’s 96-17 thumping of First Nations, 23 in its 104-16 rout of ACT, 25 in its 101-31 victory over South Australia and 17 in its 82-52 triumph over Western Australia.

Victoria, which had a rest day on Tuesday, will play Queensland and Phillipines on Wednesday.

The Pacific School Games are run every four years and feature primary and secondary school students from 14 countries.