Urbana girls' basketball squad falls at home to Mahomet-Seymour

Urbana's Zion Reid
Urbana's Zion Reid tries to dribble past Mahomet-Seymour's Kara Carney and Reese Gallier during second half action of their non-conference game. The Tigers' first-half offensive struggles led to a 45-15 loss on Monday. UHS returns to action looking for their first win of the season starting next Monday with a road game at Monticello and are back at home on November 30 against Charleston.
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