Young MLK shootout schedule

Saturday, January 17

Court 1

Bogan vs. St. Joseph, 11 a.m.

Marshall vs. Joliet Central, 12:45

Riverside-Brookfield vs. Pius X (Texas), 3

Thornridge vs. Morse-Marshall (Wis.), 4:45

Curie vs. Michigan City (Ind.), 6:30

Court 2

East St. Louis vs. Lakeside (Calif.), 11 a.m.

Lindblom vs. Bremen, 12:45

Longwood vs. Roosevelt (Ind.), 3

Gary Westside (Ind.) vs. Capital Christian ( Md.), 4:45

Von Steuben vs. Dunes (Ind.), 6:30 p.m.

Sunday, January 18

Court 1

Brooks vs. Rockford Auburn, 10 a.m.

Riverside (Wis.) vs. Zion-Benton, 11:45

Roosevelt vs. St. Benedict, 1:30

Julian vs. Providence-St. Mel, 3:15

Farragut vs. T.F. North, 5

Marshall vs. East Troy (Wis.), 6:45

Court 2

Lanphier vs. East St. Louis, 10 a.m.

Marshall vs. Pace Academy (Fla.), 11:45

Corliss vs. Aurora Central, 1:30

King vs. Northside, 3:15

Phillips vs. Hope Academy, 5

Don Bosco vs. Indiana Elite Prep, 6:45

Monday, January 19

Court 1

Harlan vs. Pace Academy (Fla.), 10 a.m.

TEAM Englewood vs. Capital Christian (Md.), 11:45

Uplift vs. Orr, 1:30

Marshall vs. Morton East, 3:15

Court 2

Proviso West vs. Lakeside (Calif.), 10 a.m.

St. Ignatius vs. Pius X (Texas), 11:45

Proviso West vs. Lighthouse (Ind.), 1:30

Indiana Elite Prep vs. St. John’s (Wis.), 3:15

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