Wednesday’s scores

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WEDNESDAY’S RESULTS

BOYS BASKETBALL

RED-NORTH

Lane 60, Taft 52

Lane (1-6, 1-1): Admir Suljic 20 pts; Terreyl Martinez 18 pts

Lincoln Park 71, Von Steuben 56

Lincoln Park (3-4, 1-1): Samuel Mack 14 pts; Toby Ewuosho 11 pts

Uplift 73, Foreman 66

RED-WEST

Marshall 64, Farragut 58

North Lawndale 64, Westinghouse 62

North Lawndale (4-3, 2-0): Fred Sims 19 pts, 5 rebs; Keith Mack 14 pts, 10 rebs; Deandre Watson G-W shot

WHITE-CENTRAL

Lindblom 47, Harper 37

Lindblom: Mike Charles 22 pts

TEAM Englewood 61, Dyett 60

TEAM Englewood (2-3, 1-0): Shargond Moore 25 pts, 11 rebs; Ashten Hilliard 23 pts

WHITE-NORTH

Northside 77, Lake View 61

Northside (6-0, 1-0): Spencer Foley 32 pts; Tony Tran 26 pts; Ari Perlmutter 11 pts, 15 rebs, 5 steals

Prosser 65, Mather 48

Prosser (4-3, 1-0): Darnell Latham 22 pts, 5 rebs, 6 assists, 6 steals; Markiece Linzy 8 pts, 9 rebs

Schurz 79, Amundsen 47

Schurz (7-1, 1-0): Tavaris Sanders 14 pts, 10 rebs; Deven Weathers 11 pts, 5 assists, 6 steals

WHITE-SOUTH

Carver 58, Perspectives-Calumet 55

Carver (2-1,1-0): Charles Johnson 21 pts, 10 assists; Chris Evans 11 pts, 15 rebs

Fenger 88, Corliss 83

Fenger (4-3, 1-0): Elontae Davis 26 pts, 3 steals; Tyshawn Hubbard 14 pts, 12 rebs

Julian 70, Hawkins 28

Julian (2-4, 1-0): Rasheed Grant 21 pts, 10 rebs; Deanta West 14 pts; Eric Spencer 13 pts

WHITE-WEST

Collins 92, Crane 71

Raby 65, Douglass 35

Raby (2-1, 1-0): Ahmad Brown, Talma Anderson 15 pts each

Urban Prep-West 66, Perspectives-MSA 47

BLUE-CENTRAL

Hope 65, Hubbard 37

Hope (3-4, 1-0): Sterling Dillard 18 pts; Shawn Wheeler 16 pts, 11 rebs

Solorio 79, Little Village 78, OT

Solorio (5-2, 1-0): Andre Woods 21 pts, 13 rebs; Kejuan Thornton 17 pts

Tilden 78, Chicago Richards 74

BLUE-NORTH

Alcott 67, Steinmetz 27

Alcott (3-4, 1-0): Kenny Haymer 19 pts; Alan Loggins 17 pts, 10 rebs

Payton 36, Roosevelt 35

BLUE-SOUTH

Ag. Science 2, Longwood 0, forfeit

South Shore 58, Bowen 54

BLUE-WEST

Clark 64, Manley 25

Clark (3-2): Dion’te Washington 14 pts

Clemente 56, Austin 39

Clemente (2-1, 1-0): Arsenio Arrington 15 pts, 8 rebs

Kelvyn Park 66, Juarez 65

GREEN-CENTRAL

Bronzeville 2, Gage Park 0, forfeit

Kelly 70, Hancock 47

Kelly (3-2, 2-0): Mike Nungaray 21 pts; Jaime Rodriguez 13 pts

GREEN-NORTH

Sullivan 73, Chicago Math & Science 48

Sullivan (2-7, 1-1): Taj Ellis 23 pts, 8 rebs; Corshad Ross 11 pts, 17 rebs

GREEN-SOUTH

EPIC 64, ACE Tech 63

EPIC (3-1, 2-0): Carl Mangrum 19 pts, 10 rebs; Dennis McKinney 11 pts, 12 rebs

Hirsch 44, Woodlawn 40

South Shore International 88, Spry 7

CHICAGO PREP

Chicagoland Jewish 61, Ellison 59

Hope Academy 61, Christ the King 43

INDEPENDENT

Parker 87, Elgin Academy 37

Parker (6-0, 2-0): Zack Kupferberg 19 pts, 10 rebs; Marc Taylor, Charley Dennis 10 pts, 4 rebs each

U-High 65, Morgan Park Academy 36

U-High (6-0, 2-0): Max Rothschild 17 pts, 7 rebs

NORTH SUBURBAN LAKE

Lake Forest 65, Lake Zurich 62

Lake Forest: Evan Boudreaux 28 pts; Mike Travlos 26 pts

Stevenson 77, Libertyville 48

Zion-Benton 46, Warren 43

NORTH SUBURBAN PRAIRIE

Grant 64, Round Lake 60

Grant (4-1, 1-0): Steve Dunning 29 pts, 7 rebs

North Chicago 114, Antioch 62

Vernon Hills 46, Lakes 42

Vernon Hills: Robby Nardini 27 pts

NONCONFERENCE

Lincoln-Way Central 52, Illiana Christian 41

Lincoln-Way Central (4-1): Alex Parks, Kevin Mampe 17 pts each; Brad Bass 12 pts

Northridge 55, Holy Trinity 25

Northridge (5-2): Mike Kane 14 pts; Patrick Hunt 12 pts

Rickover 73, Instituto 43

Rickover (6-2): Mike Jasarveic 20 pts; Malcolm Scott 17 pts, 15 rebs

Timothy Christian 72, Aurora Christian 67

Roycemore at Yeshiva, 8:15

ADDISON TRAIL

Stagg 52, Wheaton North 43

Stagg (7-0): Max Strus 19 pts

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Aurora Christian 45, Chicago Christian 33

Aurora Christian (6-3, 2-0 Suburban Christian Gold): Alyssa Andersen 18 pts, 6 rebs; Natasha Brown 10 pts, 18 rebs, 4 steals

Bishop McNamara 63, Nazareth 42

Bishop McNamara (6-1): Khadiazha Sanders 26 pts; Kyisha Hunt 9 pts; Hannah Mitchell 8 pts

Cary-Grove 64, McHenry 44

Cary-Grove (7-4, 2-2 Fox Valley Valley): Katie Baker 34 pts

De La Salle 42, St. Benedict 26

De La Salle (7-1, 1-0 GCAC White): Alesia Stewart 13 pts; Kelsey Herrera 12 pts

Marian Catholic 70, St. Viator 35

Marian Catholic (5-1, 2-0 East Suburban Catholic ): Teniya Page 19 pts, 4 steals; Ashton Millender 16 pts

Somonauk 35, Genoa-Kingston 34

Somonauk (2-8, 1-1): Amanda Bentley 11 pts, 6 rebs

Universal 61, Islamic Foundation 7

Universal (8-3, 8-0 Metro Prep): Lana Abedrabbo 14 pts; Danya Alzein 15 pts

BOYS BOWLING

Andrew 2,161, T.F. North 1,893

High game: Nick Guziak, Andrew, 267; High series: Guziak, 481

Lake Zurich 3,086, Vernon Hills 2,861

High game: Justin Becker, Vernon Hills, 240; High series: Becker, 682

Plainfield North 3,258, Hinsdale South 2,599

High game: Eric Maybach, Plainfield North, 245; High series: Maybach, 661

GIRLS BOWLING

Reavis 1,584, Tinley Park 1,569

High game: Ashley Kouba, Reavis, 268; High series: Kouba, 510

Stevenson 2,548, Round Lake 1,895

WRESTLING

Bowen 48, Corliss 35

Bowen 1, Brooks 0, forfeit

Corliss 1, Brooks 0, forfeit

Lincoln-Way Central 66, Neuqua Valley 12

Morris 36, Wilmington 36 (Morris wins on criteria)

Plano 57, Amboy 15

Solorio 52, Harlan 24

GIRLS GYMNASTICS

Fremd 145, Schaumburg 136

Hersey 141, Elk Grove 112.6

Lyons 152.1, Downers North 128.4

Mundelein 131.55, Lake Forest, 126.4

BOYS SWIMMING

Lake View 52, Mather 33

TOURNAMENT NEEDED

Raby’s varsity boys basketball team is seeking a Christmas tournament. For more information, contact coach Mortez Smith at (312) 671-1202 or mortez_smith@yahoo.com.

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