Wednesday’s Illinois high school basketball scores

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BOYS BASKETBALL

Calhoun 67, Staunton 52

Chicago (Soto) High School 34, Spry Community 27

Granite City 64, Waterloo 58

Hope Academy 56, Deerfield (Zell Jewish) 34

Maine South 74, Taft 38

Northridge Prep 63, Lake View 29

Proviso East 64, Downers South 55

Rock Falls 81, Freeport 59

St. Edward 59, Westmont 52

W. Vigo, Ind. 50, Marshall 48

Westminster Christian 61, Metro-East Lutheran 45

Winnebago 74, Harvest Christian Academy 48

CIC (Central Illinois Conference) Tournament

Moweaqua Central A&M 87, Sullivan 50

Consolation Final

Warrensburg-Latham 43, Shelbyville 39

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Alton Marquette 51, Bunker Hill 34

Amboy 57, Orangeville 34

Annawan 74, Galva 35

Aurora Christian 35, Lisle 32

Brimfield 47, Knoxville 36

Burlington Central 51, Rosary 34

Canton 60, Peoria Manual 54

Chicago Resurrection 57, Glenbrook North 51

Christian Liberty Academy 51, North Shore Country Day 35

Dundee-Crown 50, Crystal Lake Central 24

Elverado 37, Shawnee 11

Farmington 39, Rockridge 19

Goreville 49, Christopher 48

Grant 63, Grayslake North 34

Grayslake Central 72, North Chicago 29

Hamilton County 32, Woodlawn 22

Hampshire 39, Crystal Lake South 23

Jacksonville Routt 55, Beardstown 37

Lake Forest 44, Libertyville 39

Lakes Community 43, Antioch 35

Marengo 53, Johnsburg 41

Marist 61, Woodstock Marian 41

McHenry 55, Huntley 34

Nazareth 45, Carmel 20

New Athens 46, Steeleville 43

Ottawa Marquette 51, Indian Creek 42

Prairie Ridge 58, Algonquin (Jacobs) 44

Princeville 66, Biggsville West Central 40

Prospect 55, Glenbrook South 48

Reed-Custer 56, Momence 38

Serena 63, LaMoille 54

St. Viator 61, Joliet Catholic 33

Stark County 47, Oneida (ROWVA) 29

Sterling Newman 70, Oregon 54

Streamwood 56, West Chicago 48

Tri-County 67, Chrisman 13

Wauconda 46, Round Lake 39

Wethersfield 61, Aledo (Mercer County) 49

York 63, Oak Park River Forest 42

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