Wednesday’s scores

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WEDNESDAY’S RESULTS

BOYS BASKETBALL

INDEPENDENT SCHOOL LEAGUE

Northridge 72, Elgin Academy 44

Northridge (16-6, 10-1): Steve Leazer 18 pts

SOUTHWEST SUBURBAN RED

Bradley-Bourbonnais 68, Lincoln-Way North 40

Bradley-Bourbonnais (16-3, 8-2): Lavester Harris 16 pts; Micah Bradford 13 pts, 8 assists

NORTH SUBURBAN LAKE

Stevenson 75, Lake Zurich 52

NONCONFERENCE

Carmel 61, Wauconda 42

Crystal Lake Central 46, Marengo 42

South Elgin 69, Hampshire 62

Westminster Christian 57, Somonauk 43

Westminster Christian (15-10): Sam Carani 17 pts; Rob Kleczyanski 16 pts

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Bloom 62, Kankakee 34

Bloom: Sam Realford 13 pts, 10 rebs

Carmel 61, Wauconda 42

Fenwick 72, Nazareth 66

Fenwick (10-16, 4-4 East Suburban Catholic): Jade Owens 25 pts; Kelly Canoy, Jenny Mackowiak 12 pts each

Glenbard West 40, Leyden 27

Hillcrest 65, T.F. South 52

Hillcrest (21-5, 13-0 South Suburban Blue): Joshulyn Shepard 21 pts; Tanzania Sherrill 12 pts; Tierra Sanders 10 pts

Latin 46, Jones 37

Latin (18-6): Lizzie Marks 19 points, 6 rebounds, 3 assists

Lyons 47, Morton 32

Lyons (17-8): Stacey Demes 6 pts

Marian Catholic 69, Joliet Catholic 46

Montini 66, Wheaton Academy 22

Montini (27-2): Kateri Stone 14 pts; Sara Ross

Niles North 43, Gordon Tech 38

Providence 40, Carmel 39

Proviso East 50, Proviso West 43

Proviso East (18-11): Bryanna Myras 16 pts, 10 rebs; DaTasia Almon 14 pts, 9 assists

Riverside-Brookfield 64, Elmwood Park 48

Riverside-Brookfield (24-6, 10-2 Metro Suburban): Dana Rettke 20 pts; Samantha Bloom 19 pts

T.F. North 55, Bremen 49

T.F. North (8-13, 5-8 South Suburban Blue): Tyra Johnson 11 pts, 11 rebs; Chanel Howard 11 pts

WW South 71, Naperville Central 51

WW South: Meghan Waldron 25 pts

Westminster 57, Somonauk 43

WEDNESDAY’S RESULTS

CLASS 2A REGIONAL SEMIFINALS

OTTAWA MARQUETTE

Seneca 63, Reed-Custer 35

Aurora Christian 62, Ottawa Marquette 39

Aurora Christian (13-14): Alyssa Andersen 21 pts, 6 assists; Kirsten Madsen 20 pts; Natasha Brown 16 rebs

CRISTO REY

Tilden 46, Perspectives-MSA 32

Westmont 52, Cristo Rey 43

IMMACULATE CONCEPTION

Immaculate Conception 52, Walther Christian 26

Westminster Christian 86, Douglass 23

NORTH SHORE

Willows 54, Chicago Math & Science 22

North Shore 45, Woodlands 32

PARKER

Ogden 45, Marine 37

Parker 43, Josephinum 24

Parker: Paris Rosenthal 14 pts

CLASS 1A REGIONAL SEMIFINALS

ST. BENEDICT

St. Benedict 50, Providence-St. Mel 40

St. Benedict: Jada Shelby 19 pts

Luther North 44, Chicago Academy 29

CHRISTIAN LIBERTY

Christian Liberty 58, Waldorf 32

Chicagoland Jewish 40, St. Martin de Porres 26

DWIGHT

Newark 46, Gardner-South Wilmington 17

Serena 63, Dwight 29

EARLVILLE

Indian Creek 46, Earlville Co-op 23

LaMoille Co-op 47, Somonauk 44

GIRLS GYMNASTICS SECTIONALS

HINSDALE CENTRAL

Teams: Lyons 149.875, Naperville North 140.325, Naperville Central 138.250, Downers South 137.725, Neuqua Valley 134.40

All-Around: Kelsy Kurfirst, Lyons, 38.30, Katie Carling, Lyons, 37.70; Michaela Robert, Naperville North, 37.05; Skylor Hilger, Shepard, 36.05; Annell Kawaoka, Naperville North, 35.975; Vault: Kurfirst, 9.625; Michelle Cozza, lyons, 9.45; Robert, 9.350; Jackie Fuller, Lyons, 9.35; Kawaoka, 9.325; Bars: Kurfirst, 9.475; Carling, 9.375; Fuller, 9.225; Olivia McGann, Lyons, 9.150; Robert, 9.150; Beam: Kawaoka, 9.725; Robert, 9.65; Kurfirst, 9.525; Inna Dzyuma, Downers South, 9.50; Erika Climo, Naperville North, 9.4; Floor: Kurfirst, 9.675; Carling, 9.65; Hilger, 9.45; Cozza, 9.35; Jill Schuberth, 9.275

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