Wednesday’s Illinois high school basketball scores

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BOYS BASKETBALL

Alton Marquette 81, Illiana Christian 68

Benton 41, Murphysboro 37

Chicago (Clark) 54, Wells 47

Chicago (Crane Medical Prep) 56, Douglass 43

Chicago (Lane) 65, Schurz 50

Chicago (Legal Prep Charter) 73, Chicago (Austin) 68

Chicago (Ogden International) 50, Kelvyn Park 37

Chicago (Tech) 48, Spry Community 20

Chicago Phoenix Academy 86, Juarez 39

Chicago Sullivan 63, Rickover Naval 32

Chicago Uplift 88, North Lawndale 82

Edinburg (Coop) BK 67, Greenview 58

Foreman 60, Taft 45

Hinsdale Central 47, Niles Notre Dame 44

Hononegah 59, Belvidere North 43

Lake Forest 58, Waukegan 48

Lake View 55, Chicago (Marine Military Academy) 46

Lake Zurich 50, Mundelein 44

Libertyville 66, Zion Benton 63

Mather 76, Chicago Roosevelt 63

Michigan City Marquette, Ind. 81, Illiana Christian 68

Northridge Prep 80, Francis Parker 46

Orr 61, Chicago Marshall 50

Payson Seymour 75, Brussels 35

Payton 79, Chicago (Alcott) 54

River Ridge 62, Fulton 51

Rockford Auburn 71, Belvidere 50

Rockford Boylan 67, Machesney Park Harlem 40

Rockford Jefferson 78, Freeport 61

Senn 82, Chicago (Disney II) 62

St. Edward 53, Aurora Central Catholic 48

Steinmetz 52, Chicago Academy 43

Stevenson 45, Gurnee Warren 34

Sullivan 54, Macon Meridian 48

Whitney Young 66, Westinghouse 50

Woodstock North 65, Harvard 33

Auburn Tournament

Auburn 43, Franklin (South County) 33

North-Mac 62, Hartsburg-Emden 47

Springfield Calvary 55, Springfield Lutheran 25

Little Illini Conference Tourney

Newton 62, Lawrenceville 61

Third Place

Olney (Richland County) 56, Red Hill 39

National Trail Conference Tournament

Dieterich 59, Farina South Central 50

Windsor/ Stew-Stras co-op (BKB) 46, Brownstown – St. Elmo 30

Tri-County Tournament

DePue 46, Putnam County 25

Roanoke-Benson 55, Peoria Christian 40

POSTPONEMENTS AND CANCELLATIONS

Watseka (coop) vs. S. Newton, Ind., ppd. to Feb 10.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Aledo (Mercer County) 43, Oneida (ROWVA) 27

Algonquin (Jacobs) 41, Crystal Lake South 39

Annawan 63, Biggsville West Central 36

Chatham Glenwood 61, Jacksonville 25

Dundee-Crown 49, Prairie Ridge 37

Farmington 53, Bushnell (B.-Prairie City) 44

Glenbrook South 63, Vernon Hills 45

Grayslake North 33, Round Lake 28

Hall 44, Prophetstown 40

Harvard 57, South Beloit 38

Hononegah 85, Freeport 38

Huntley 42, Cary-Grove 29

McHenry 85, Crystal Lake Central 46

Milledgeville 53, Amboy 48

Nazareth 52, Marian Catholic (Chicago Heights) 34

Nokomis 44, Bunker Hill 33

Normal University 54, Decatur MacArthur 35

Plainfield Central 65, Thornton Fractional South 26

Pleasant Plains 51, Athens 23

Princeville 80, Woodhull-AlWood (Ridgewood) 30

Red Bud 48, Steeleville 40

Riverton 51, Mt. Pulaski 44

Rochester 51, Eisenhower 39

Sesser-Valier 75, Chester 29

St. Joseph-Ogden 53, Tolono Unity 25

St. Viator 63, Marist 37

Stark County 40, Galva 24

Waubonsie Valley 54, Naperville Neuqua Valley 46

Wauconda 54, North Chicago 24

Wethersfield 49, Monmouth United 32

Carrollton Tournament

Greenfield-Northwestern 62, Brussels 21

Metro-East Lutheran 38, Granite City 21

CIC (Central Illinois Conference) Tournament

Clinton 41, Warrensburg-Latham 33, OT

Interstate Eight Varsity Tournament

11th Place

Streator 37, Westmont 33

Ninth Place

Manteno 33, Wilmington 31

Seventh Place

Reed-Custer 36, Lisle 31

Fifth Place

Coal City 51, Seneca 38

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