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Top performers in high school sports for Nov. 19

Ray’Sean Taylor drives to the basket against East St. Louis’ Shamon Jefferson during the Prairie Farms Holiday Classic quarterfinals at Collinsville high school in 2017.
Ray’Sean Taylor drives to the basket against East St. Louis’ Shamon Jefferson during the Prairie Farms Holiday Classic quarterfinals at Collinsville high school in 2017. For the News-Democrat

BOYS BASKETBALL

Ray’Sean Taylor, Collinsville

Taylor, a junior for the Kahoks, scored a team-high 18 points as Collinsville opened the season with a 64-33 win over Marion at the Pyramid Plus Tournament played at Herrin High School.

Gavin Huffman, Roxana

Despite Huffman’s 19-point effort, the Shells fell to St. Louis College Prep 57-44 at the Metro-East Lutheran Turkey Tip-off.

Shaun Riley II, O’Fallon

Riley led the charge for the Panthers with 12 points as they moved past Riverview Gardens 46-42.

Isaiah May and Khalifah Muhammad, Belleville East

May scored a team-high 10 points and also had four rebounds in the Lancers’ 53-41 loss to De Smet. Muhammad led the way on defense with 10 rebounds and also contributed nine points.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Abigail Reinneck, Lebanon

Reinneck’s 18 points were just enough to give the Lady Greyhounds the boost they needed to push past conference foe New Athens 41-35. Lebanon stands at an even 2-2 record.

SWIMMING

Chloe Brede, Swimming

Over the weekend, Brede placed eighth in the 200-yard individual medley at the IHSA state swim meet with a time of 2:05.82.

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