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Reavis (12-13, 5-7) Richards Reavis was led by Brantrell Seymore (29 points) and Sami Hajjar (16 points) Richards was led by Jaylon Catledge (18 points). Seymore made two free throws with under 30 seconds remaining to seal the game.
Reavis (11-12, 4-6) defeated Oak Lawn 61-58! Reavis was led by Brantrell Seymore (27 points) and Sami Hajjar (14 points). The Rams took a three point lead with 2.6 seconds left with Peter Sedlacek making a free throw.
Reavis (8-12,1-6) defeated Southland Prep 68-38. Reavis was led by Brantrell Seymore (18 points) and Sami Hajjar (18 points) Reavis held the lead the entire game, pulling away in the second half. The Rams will host Eisenhower at 7PM Friday night.
Reavis (7-11, 1-5) fell to St. Laurence 60-44. Reavis was led by Brantrell Seymore (16 points) and Peter Sedlacek (12 points). St. Laurence was led by Justin Wierzgac (18 points). The Rams traveled down 77th street to take on St.
January 18, 2017 - The Reavis athletic department would like to congratulate senior Andrew Padilla who recently signed to play baseball next fall for Webster University.
Reavis (7-10, 1-5). Defeated Tinley Park 49-47 Reavis was led by Brantrell Seymore ( 26 points) and Isiah Dumas (11 points) Tinley Park was led by Josiah Bickhem (16 points). Sami Hajjar made a free throw with 6.6 seconds left to seal the game. The Rams will play at St.
Reavis (6-10,0-5) fell to T.F. North 71-40. . Reavis was led by Sami Hajjar (18 points) and Peter Sedlacek (14 points). T.F. North was led by Joel Deere (12 points). Despite a strong second half, the Rams were unable to comeback after falling behind early
Reavis (6-9,0-4) fell to T.F. South 48-70. Reavis was led by Brantrell Seymore (25 points) Sami Hajjar (9 points). T.F. South was led by Nate Sanders (20 points). The Rebels got ahead early and the Rams were not able to make a run to come back.
(December 27-30, 2016) Reavis (6-8, 0-3) finished their holiday tournament at Luther North High School 2-2. The Rams played four games in four nights, and ended the week falling to Oak Forest in the Consolation Championship with a score of 54-47.