Myles Grey knows that the separation is in the preparation. The 5’11 senior went 8-of-10 from beyond the arc in the opening round of the state playoffs. Reading took care of Haverford 74-43 at the Geigle Complex on Saturday afternoon. “It’s all repetition and practice. I’m here every day after practice shooting as many shots as I can,” said Grey. He matched his career-high with 30 points while pulling down seven rebounds and grabbing six steals. The all-county selection hit four triples in the third quarter as the Red Knights expanded their lead to 66-30. They finished an incredible 12-19 from long range. Grey is averaging 13.5 points with 43 treys this season. Reading has won 19 games in a row including its 24th District 3 championship. The (28-1) Red Knights are putting up 70 points a night. SV Sports’ Paul Roberts asked Grey if anyone can slow them down. He replied, “That’s a great question. Someone has to figure that out. I don’t know if they will though.” Reading features five seniors in its starting lineup. “We’ve been playing together since third grade. The chemistry is unreal,” noted Grey. The Red Knights battle Upper Darby on Wednesday at Coatesville in the second round of the PIAA-6A tournament. Grey’s favorite subject in school is math. He’s taking AP Calculus this year which is taught by Twin Valley girls basketball coach Doug Myer. The senior shooting guard is excelling on and off the court.