High School Sports

Thursday’s top high school sports performances

Highland’s Ellie Brown (right) tried to maneuver around O’Fallon’s Jayla Stubblefield in a game during the 2017-2018 season.
Highland’s Ellie Brown (right) tried to maneuver around O’Fallon’s Jayla Stubblefield in a game during the 2017-2018 season.

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Shaniah Nunn, Belleville West

Nunn’s 11 points helped the Lady Maroons best Freeburg in non-conference play 41-28.

Chamya Darough, East St. Louis

In the Flyers close 45-41 victory over Alton, Darough scored 16 points.

Sydney Harris, Edwardsville

Freshman standout Harris had a big night for the Tigers as they rolled to a 60-44 win over Collinsville. Harris scored 16 points and had six rebounds and one steal on the night.

Tiffani Siekmann, Althoff

Siekmann led the way for the Crusaders with 28 points in their 62-53 win over Cahokia.

Anna Hall, Civic Memorial

Hall was on fire in the Eagles’ dominating 71-14 win over Waterloo. The junior for Civic Memorial scored a team high 22 points, which also ties her season high, recorded eight rebounds and grabbed seven steals.

Ellie Brown, Highland

Brown scored a team-high 13 points as the Bulldogs topped conference rival Triad 41-28.

Emily Smith, Marissa

Smith’s 19 points was the top performance for Marissa, which landed a lopsided 60-27 win over Dupo.

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