Reavis Athletics News
Reavis (4-6, 0-3) lost to Bremen 56-51 Reavis was led by Brantrell Seymore (32 points) and Sami Hajjar (8 points). The Rams led for a majority of the game but couldn't hold off a fourth quarter run by the Braves.
(December 13, 2016) Reavis (4-5, 0-2) defeated Morgan Park Academy 67-42. Reavis was led by Sami Hajjar (14 points) and Brantrell Seymore (14 points). Morgan Park Academy was led by Robert Russ (14 points). The Rams continute conference play this Friday at Bremen.
Burbank, IL (December 9, 2016) Reavis (3-5, 0-2) lost to Hillcrest 55-36. Reavis was led by Sami Hajjar (18 points) and Brantrell Seymore (10 points). The Rams battled to keep the game close in the first half but were unable to keep up with Hillcrest.
The Rams improved to 8-2 (5-1) after defeating Richards 39-27, Bremen 46-12, & TFS 54-15. Three match winners included Jack McDonald 106, Gerardo Gonzalez 113, Anthony Bitner 132, Dan Palka 138, Jimmy McAuliffe 145, & Julio Rodriguez!
Oak Forest, IL (December 6, 2016) The Rams (3-4, 0-1) came back from a 28-18 halftime deficit to tie the game at 40-40. Oak Forest scored two game winning free throws with 5 seconds left to dfeated Reavis 42-40. The Ram continue conference play this Friday vs Hillcrest at home.
Burbank, IL (December 2, 2016)- The Rams were outscored by Kirkwood (Missouri) 32-17 in the first half Friday and were unable to come back. Kirkwood defeated Reavis 63-52 Brantrell Seymore scored 18 points for the 3-3 Rams. The Rams begin conference play this Tuesday at Oak Forest.
Bensenville, IL (November 29, 2016)- Reavis (3-2) lost to Fenton 49-64. After falling behind early, the Rams were unable to come back. Reavis was led by Sami Hajjar (15 points) and Peter Sedlacek (10 points).
The Pavilion is located at 9401 S. Oak Park Ave. in Oak Lawn. Bring shin guards, soccer socks, and water. Please arrive 15 minutes early to get dressed and stretch. Games start immediately at the scheduled time!
Burbank, IL (November 25, 2016)- The Rams bounced back in the Spartan/Ram Classic with a 59-50 third-place game win over Catalyst-Maria. Reavis (3-1) was led by All-Tournament selection Brantrell Seymore (31 points).