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Michael O’Brien and Joe Henricksen discuss Chicago area high school basketball. We answer some listener questions to start the show (latest recruiting classes, Catholic League vs. Chicago Public League). We look back at the past week (rave about Evanston’s Nojel Eastern), give our stock report (buy, sell or hold) on several area teams and preview St. Rita vs. Hales.

Teams discussed: St. Rita, Hales, De La Salle, St. Ignatius, St. Joseph, Libertyville, Zion-Benton, Mundelein, Warren, Hinsdale Central, Evanston, Riverside-Brookfield, Crete-Monee, Plainfield East, Oak Park-River Forest, New Trier, Stevenson, Lake Forest, Simeon, Bogan, Kenwood, St. Charles East, St. Charles North, Geneva, Bolingbrook, Lincoln-Way West, Fenwick, Young, Proviso East, Curie, Lindblom, Lincoln Park, Von Steuben, Thornton, Plainfield North, Neuqua Valley, Morton, Uplift, Marshall, Orr, Urban Prep-West, Farragut, North Lawndale, Westinghouse.Have a question about high school hoops? Send it to mobrien@suntimes.com and we will answer it on next week’s episode.

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