[Mary Beth Nolan]
The Warriors were led by Skeete's 27 points, a season-high for the 6-foot-5 senior. Justin Starks had eight points and two rebounds while Smith had 10 points.
"This group of guys, they fight," Skeete said. "Everybody on the team fights; we wanted this win. You saw the heart at that last shot Malushi made...we wanted this championship really [badly] and we fought for it."
Johnson, who had games of 21, 42 and 33 points earlier in the week, capped off his tournament MVP performance with 19 points and three rebounds. Johnson finished the Windmill Classic with 115 total points scored over four games, smashing the tournament record of 80 set by former Batavia star Corey Williams in 1990 over three games.
Johnson also holds the tournament accolade for most points in a single game (42), a mark that was previously held by Aurora Christian's Matt Chionis's 34 points in 2002.