Tuesday’s scores and highlights

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BOYS BASKETBALL

TUESDAY’S GAMES

CLASS 4A SUPERSECTIONALS

HINSDALE CENTRAL

Bolingbrook 50, West Aurora 49

CHICAGO STATE

Stevenson 62, Riverside-Brookfield 45

NORTHERN ILLINOIS

Geneva 57, Lake Park 52, 2 OT

NORMAL (ISU)

Normal 64, Simeon 50

CLASS 3A SUPERSECTIONALS

JOLIET CENTRAL

Morgan Park 64, Hillcrest 53

Morgan Park: Charlie Moore 22 pts

NORTHERN ILLINOIS

Rockford Lutheran 49, Peoria Manual 41

HOFFMAN ESTATES

St. Joseph 39, St. Patrick 38

BASEBALL

Ag. Science 13, Steinmetz 1

Ag. Science (1-0): WP Tom Gleason 3 IP, 7 K; Kevin Glynn 2 IP, 5 K; Hunter Gleason 2B, RBI

Chicago Christian 13, Rich South 0

Corliss 20, Robeson 2

Corliss (2-0): WP Jeremy Newborn 3 IP, 5 K; London Rainey 2-for-2, GS, 4 RBI

Perspectives-Calumet 7, Seton 4

Perspectives-Calumet (1-0): WP Deaireon Davis 3 IP, H, 8 K, 3 BB

Reavis 5, IC Prep 3

Reavis (1-0): WP Lael Robles 6 IP, 2 ER, 5 H, 12 K; Noah Montalto 2-for-4, 2B, 2 RBI; Anthony Wojciechowski 1-for-3, RBI

SOFTBALL

Marian Catholic 4, Bradley-Bourbonnais 0

Marian Catholic: WP Allison Spence CG, 3 H, 10 K; Susie Baranski 2-for-3, HR, RBI

McHenry 11, Richmond-Burton 5

Northside 14, Amundsen 0

Northside (1-0): WP Sarah Joseph 5 IP, 3 H, 10 K, 0 BB

Prairie Ridge 7, Antioch 6

BARRINGTON

Barrington 4, Zion-Benton 0

Deerfield 5, Glenbrook North 1

Hersey 16, Maine West 7

Warren 8, Lake Zurich 2

GIRLS SOCCER

Antioch 2, Grayslake North 2

DeKalb 1, Belvidere North 0

Lake Zurich 5, Prospect 1

Little Village 1, Cristo Rey 0

Maine South 3, Elk Grove 0

Maine South (1-0): Claire Vinopal 4 saves

Naperville Central 4, Young 0

Naperville Central (2-0): Kirsten Dorgan, Meredith Tunney, Isabel Reedy, Abby Flynn goal each; Meridith Hannan, Ryan Dudycha, Kyra Conroy assist each

St. Charles East 4, Fremd 1

Streamwood 6, Dundee-Crown 0

St. Viator 2, Buffalo Grove 1

St. Viator: Branley McVeigh, Michelle Travato goal each

Wheaton Academy 9, Montini 0

Wheaton Academy (1-0): Erin Teevans 4 goals; Jamie Netzley 2 goals, assist

WINDY CITY CLASSIC

De La Salle 3, Argo 0

De La Salle (1-0): Cat Nowacyzk goal

Lincoln-Way East 6, Leyden 1

Lincoln-Way East (1-0): Hanna Dawczak 3 goals; Jill Kilrea goal, assists; Lindsey Murphy, Jessica Rajca goal each; Stefani Cetera 4 assists

Lincoln-Way West 2, Morton 1

Lincoln-Way West: Natalie Tannura, Brianna Heyer goal each, Brittany Stover, Meghann Lange assist each

Providence 3, Bolingbrook 0

Providence (1-0): Cory Griffith 3 goals; Mikayla Sanders 2 assists; Katie Rasmussen assist

Shepard 3, Homewood-Flossmoor 0

Shepard: Rebecca McNichols 2 goals; Kelly Evancich goal, 2 assists

Stagg 6, T.F. United 0

Stagg (2-0): Paulina Stafira, Hannah Mussallem 2 goals each

Tinley Park 7, Addison Trail 0

BOYS WATER POLO

Hinsdale South 13, Shepard 6

Lincoln-Way Central 13, St. Rita 8

Lincoln-Way Central (2-0): Cody Torres 5 goals; Jake Burke 9 saves, 3 steals; Pat Burke 3 goals, 4 assists, 5 steals; Matt Klock 3 goals, 4 steals

St. Charles North 15, Waubonsie Valley 2

GIRLS WATER POLO

Lyons 10, New Trier 5

Lyons: Julia Cohen 3 goals, 4 assists, 3 steals; Caroline Walsh 3 goals, 3 assists; Kaysie Stuba 2 goals, 2 asists

Oak Park-River Forest 7, Homewood-Flossmoor 1

Oak Park-River Forest (6-0): Jilly Cronin 4 goals

BADMINTON

Riverside-Brookfield 14, Fenton 1

BOYS LACROSSE

Grayslake North 6, Glenbrook South 5

GIRLS LACROSSE

New Trier 17, Oak Park-River Forest 3

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