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Weekend Chit-chat with Mooseheart boys basketball’s Hameed Odunewu

Much has been written about the backgrounds of South Sudanese transfer students Akim Nyang, Makur Puou and Mangisto Deng for the Mooseheart boys basketball team, but another of the Ramblers’ key players, 6-foot-4 junior guard Hameed Odunewu, also was born in Africa. Odunewu, though, has been in the country much longer, moving from Nigeria at age 2 before growing up on the southwest side of Chicago. Odunewu, who has been at Mooseheart since 2005, spoke with Chronicle sports editor Jay Schwab for this week’s Weekend Chit-chat, in which he discussed today’s Batavia Night of Hoops matchup with Bartonville Limestone, an upcoming showdown against the state’s top-ranked team, Curie, and his goals going forward. The following is an edited transcrip

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