Tuesday’s scores

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TUESDAY’S RESULTS

BOYS BASKETBALL

CLASS 4A SUPERSECTIONALS

CHICAGO STATE

Young 58, Loyola 32

NORTHERN ILLINOIS

Stevenson 63, Rockford Auburn 49

ILLINOIS STATE

Edwardsville 65, Marian Catholic 60, OT

HINSDALE CENTRAL

Benet 62, Glenbard North 59

CLASS 3A SUPERSECTIONALS

NORTHERN ILLINOIS

Rockford Lutheran 71, Peoria Notre Dame 60

SPRINGFIELD

Lincoln 40, Cahokia 37

JOLIET CENTRAL

Morgan Park 68, Bogan 67

HOFFMAN ESTATES

Orr 71, North Chicago 68

BASEBALL

Elmwood Park 11, Immaculate Conception 6

COACH BOB INVITATIONAL

at Peoria, Ariz.

Marist 9, Bixby (Okla.) 5

Marist (1-1): Pat Meehan 2-for-4, RBI

GIRLS SOCCER

Batavia 5, Plainfield Central 0

Buffalo Grove 5, St. Viator 1

Buffalo Grove: Kelli Zickert 2 goals, assist; Sara Busse 2 goals

Deerfield 4, Niles West 0

Deerfield (1-0) Sydney Barber 2 goals; Erin Rosenzweig, Emily Kellow goal each

Dundee-Crown 5, Streamwood 4

Dundee-Crown (1-0): Ashley Raby 3 goals; Heily Ramirez 2 goals

Grayslake North 5, Antioch 0

Grayslake North (1-0): Chelsea Olson goal, assist

Jones 6, Hope Academy 0

Jones (1-0): Zoe Wright 3 goals, assist

Stagg 0, Andrew 0

Stagg (0-0-1): Claire Heneghan 4 saves; Grace Scarim 3 saves

Young 5, Parker 3

Young (1-0): Esme Kline 2 goals, assist; Margaret Zahrah goal, 2 assists

CARMEL

Hersey 2, Lake Forest 0

Hersey (1-0): Lauren Gierman goal, assist

RIDGEWOOD

Curie 2, Ridgewood 1

Von Steuben 3, Proviso East 2

WINDY CITY RAM CLASSIC

Addison Trail 7, Mount Assisi 2

Fenwick 1, Leyden 0

Fenwick (1-0): Meredith Green goal; Caroline Green assist

Glenbard East 3, Reavis 0

Homewood-Flossmoor 1, Marian Catholic 0

Homewood-Flossmoor (1-0): Kristy Spratt goal; Lauren Hurley assist

Immaculate Conception 3, Argo 1

Lincoln-Way West 5, Eisenhower 0

Lincoln-Way West (1-0): Brianna Heyer 4 goals, assist

Oak Forest 4, Thornwood Co-op 3, OT

Oak Forest (1-0): Rachel Valente 2 goals

Providence 3, Joliet Central 0

Providence (1-0): Regan Flaherty 2 goals; Mikayla Sanders goal

Queen of Peace 3, Oak Lawn 0

Queen of Peace (1-0): Nina Izzo 2 goals; Paola Hernandez goal; Mary Keenan 5 saves

Tinley Park 1, Lincoln-Way East 0, PK

Willowbrook 4, Romeoville 0

BOYS WATER POLO

Fenwick 20, De La Salle 9

Fenwick (4-0, 3-0 Metro Catholic): Danny Farmer 7 goals; Ryan Masi, Jack Mahoney 4 goals each

Stagg 13, Argo 4

Stagg (3-3): Filip Patrak 4 goals; Connor Kaufmann 3 goals; Peter Krivanec 14 saves

Waubonsie Valley 6, St. Charles North 5

GIRLS WATER POLO

Bremen Co-op 13, Lincoln-Way East 11

Oak Park-River Forest 14, Homewood-Flossmoor 4

Oak Park-River Forest (6-0): Katie Appell 5 goals; Jilly Cronin 2 goals

Stevenson 10, Loyola 7

Stevenson: Allison Travetto 5 goals, Melissa Gartenberg 2 goals

BADMINTON

Glenbard West 8, Reavis 7

Hinsdale Central 5, Lockport 3

Hinsdale Central 4, Lyons 4

Hinsdale Central 6, WW South 2

Oak Lawn 13, Lincoln-Way West 2

Riverside-Brookfield 15, Fenton 0

ST. CHARLES EAST

Teams: St. Charles East 12, Oswego East 6, Waubonsie Valley 6

BOYS TRACK

METRO SUBURBAN

Teams: Glenbard South 159, Riverside-Brookfield 94, Fenton 82, Illiana Christian 79, Elmwood Park 59, Ridgewood 45, Timothy Christian 2

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