Wednesday’s scores

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WEDNESDAY’S RESULTS

BOYS BASKETBALL

CLASS 4A SECTIONAL SEMIFINALS

MARIST

Young 72, Simeon 64

MAINE SOUTH

Maine South 74, Evanston 66, OT

Maine South (25-6): George Sargeant 22 points; Jon Arenas 17 pts; Andrew Palucki 13 pts

ELGIN

South Elgin 71, Jacobs 66

LAKE ZURICH

Fremd 47, Highland Park 26

Fremd (28-0): Ben Carlson 13 pts, 15 rebs

THORNTON

Homewood-Flossmoor 71, Thornwood 62

Homewood-Flossmoor (17-11): Malcolm Grady 25 pts, 6 rebs; Tai Odiase 20 pts, 14 rebs; Destin Barnes 19 pts, 6 rebs

EAST AURORA

Geneva 70, West Aurora 68

BARTLETT

Glenbard North 77, Proviso East 74

Glenbard North (23-5): Chip Flannigan 18 pts; Jeremiah Fleming 16 pts, G-W shot

CLASS 3A SECTIONALS

HAMPSHIRE

Sycamore 58, Marian Central 48

Sycamore (23-7): Ben Niemann 19 pts; Devin Mottet 16 pts, 9 rebs

VOCATIONAL

Hyde Park 80, Harlan 73

Hyde Park (24-7): Martin Oliver 22 pts

RICH EAST

Joliet Catholic 53, Pontiac 52, 2 OT

Joliet Catholic (12-20): Harold Davis 11 pts

ANTIOCH

Carmel 55, Uplift 46

Carmel (25-8): Jack George 16 pts, 10 rebs; Billy Kirby 16 pts

WESTINGHOUSE

Fenwick 73, St. Joseph 54

Fenwick (22-8): Scott Lindsey, Dan Dwyer 18 pts each

BOYS WATER POLO

Morton 12, Riverside-Brookfield 7

GIRLS WATER POLO

Fremd 10, St. Viator 8

Hinsdale Central 16, Stagg 1

Hinsdale Central (2-0): Nina Relias 5 goals; Heather DeBoer 3 goals

Lane 12, Young 1

Lane (2-0, 2-0 Public Division I): Ally Cortez, Natalie O’Connell 4 goals each

St. Ignatius 10, Northside 1

St. Ignatius (2-0): Tammy Stelnicki 4 goals; Maggie Maloney 3 goals

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