Wednesday’s Results

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Ag. Science 39, Carver 25

Ag. Science (1-0): Brittany Nash 12 pts

Aurora Central 62, Sandwich 35

Aurora Central (1-0): Kalie Soris 16 pts; Taylor Harazin 14 pts

Batavia 62, Christ the King 30

Batavia (1-1): Hannah Frazier 36 pts, 11 rebs, 5 blocks; Shea Bayram 12 pts, 6 rebs, 3 assists,1 block

Bowen 39, Julian 26

Bowen (1-0, 1-0 Chicago South): Angela Barnes 12 pts, 9 rebs, 6 assists, 6 steals; Jasmine Slaughter 11 pts

Burlington Central 54, Oak Forest 26

Cary-Grove 67, Johnsburg 31

Douglass 41, Chicago Academy 37

Douglass (2-0, 1-0 Chicago North): Denisha Allen 20 pts, 13 rebs; Sharyiah Carter 10 pts, 8 rebs, 4 steals

DuSable 55, Hope 50

DuSable (2-0): Anjelique Bradley 16 pts, 8 rebs; Sabaria Dean 16 pts, 5 rebs; Amenia Wynn 13 pts, 4 rebs

Dwight 47, Grant Park 32

Dwight (1-1): Brooke Bossert 12 pts, 8 rebs; Daly Galloway 8 pts, 4 steals; Rachel Dawson 7 pts, 6 rebs

Elmwood Park 40, St. Benedict 36

Elmwood Park (1-0): Ariana Kelley 17 pts, 3 assists, 3 steals

Fremd 65, Elk Grove 22

Fremd: Haley Gorecki 13 pts; Brianna Lewis 11 pts; Erin Lenahan 9 pts

Hyde Park 48, Vocational 18

Hyde Park (2-0): Teshawn Johnson 20 pts; Deja Miller 12 pts

Kenwood 74, De La Salle 36

Kenwood (1-0): Sharese Scott 18 pts, 5 steals; Alyssa Moore 13 pts, 4 assists; Hydeia Thomas 11 pts, 11 rebs

Lake View 54, Foreman 24

Lake View (1-0): Isaly Varela 17 pts; Jennifer Delgado 11 pts

Lincoln-Way East 60, Thornwood 32

Lincoln-Way East: Anna Rose 21 pts, 8 rebs; Claire McMahon 17 pts

Payton 40, Senn 8

Payton (1-0, 1-0 Chicago North): Gabi Castillo 10 pts; Elena Johnston 9 pts

Prairie Ridge 60, Marengo 21

Willows 56, Mooseheart 17

Willows (1-0): Maura Walsh 14 pts; Bridget Burch, Sarah Carter 10 pts each

ARGO

Evergreen Park 59, Argo 53

HUNTLEY

Hononegah 92, McHenry 62

LAKE ZURICH

Rolling Meadows 66, Deerfield 51

Rolling Meadows (1-0): Megan King, Katherine Nolan 14 pts each; Kyra Spiwak 12 pts; Hannah Mickey 10 pts

NORTH SHORE

North Shore 60, Northtown 26

SOMONAUK

Wheaton Academy 47, Serena 27

Wheaton Academy: Jamie Netzley 17 points

The Latest
The youngest homicide victim was a 16-year-old boy shot Saturday near “The Bean” in the Loop.
Mary J. Blige accepts Icon Award after a career filled with “a lot of heartache and pain.”
The teen exchanged gunfire with several occupants of a car at a Citgo parking lot in the 1000 block of Jackson Street on Sunday, police say.
After a chaotic night that ended with a 16-year-old dead, two men wounded and 30 people arrested, Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced minors won’t be allowed in the park after 6 p.m., Thursday through Sunday, unless they’re with a “responsible adult.”
The boy was arrested on Michigan Avenue moments after he allegedly shot a 16-year-old during a large unsanctioned gathering Saturday evening, according to Chicago police.