Chicago high school basketball scores: Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2019

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Simeon’s Sincere Callwood (4) dunks the ball against Lindblom.

Simeon’s Sincere Callwood (4) dunks the ball against Lindblom.

Kirsten Stickney/For the Sun-Times

There’s a very fun Catholic League crossover tonight. An experienced and currently undefeated Loyola (4-0) is on the road at Leo (1-2). The Lions will pose a real threat to the Ramblers, thanks to big man Kendale Anderson, guard Kevin Drumgoole and Orr transfer Terrance Ford.

Mike Clark will be there covering it for the Sun-Times.

William Nelson’s young Farragut team, which lost to Young on Monday, has another major test tonight at Orr. The Spartans picked up a win down in Danville last night and Demarius Splunge had 17 points, 15 rebounds and four steals. No word on how many of Orr’s transfers have been ruled eligible yet. Reggie Strong (St. Joseph), Bryce Hall (Orr) and Norvell Meadows (Prosser) are all expected to be major contributors for the Spartans.

The Battle of Tinley Park has a little extra juice this season thanks to AJ Casey’s transfer. The Titans are 3-1 to start the season and Andrew is (3-2). The other big game in the south suburbs tonight is Oak Forest (4-0) at Rich East (2-2). The Bengals are just outside the Super 25 but their schedule so far has not been challenging.

-Michael O’Brien

Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2019

CATHOLIC - CROSSOVER

Loyola 49, Leo 39

CHICAGO PREP

Christ the King 61, Rochelle Zell 37

FOX VALLEY

Cary-Grove 53, Burlington Central 38

Crystal Lake South 60, Prairie Ridge 37

Hampshire 72, McHenry 51

Jacobs 64, Crystal Lake Central 40

INDEPENDENT SCHOOL

Northridge 48, Parker 45

LAKE SHORE ATHLETIC

Little Black Pearl 47, Lycee Francais 36

METRO PREP

CPSA at Chesterton

NOBLE LEAGUE GOLD

Speer 68, Golder 44

PUBLIC LEAGUE RED-NORTH/WEST

Lincoln Park 63, Uplift 44

North Lawndale 65, Lane 59

Orr 73, Farragut 67 (OT)

Westinghouse 59, Payton 45

Young 72, Marshall 64

PUBLIC LEAGUE WHITE-NORTH

Northside 72, Marine 30

Schurz 70, Mather 54

Sullivan 59, Foreman 42

Taft 70, Lake View 59

Von Steuben 50, Prosser 32

PUBLIC LEAGUE WHITE-WEST

Clark 79, Raby 55

Jones 50, Legal Prep 49

Wells 68, Clemente 59

PUBLIC LEAGUE BLUE-NORTH

ASPIRA 67, Alcott 61

Chicago Academy 63, Amundsen 52

Disney 65, Chicago Math & Science 40

North Grand 42, Rickover 20

Quest 73, Roosevelt 17

Senn 64, Steinmetz 52

PUBLIC LEAGUE BLUE-WEST

Austin 102, Chicago Tech 33

Douglass 61, Kelvyn Park 43

Little Village 46, Juarez 45

Manley 97, Spry 32

NONCONFERENCE

Andrew 42, Tinley Park 40

Eisenhower 74, Southland 54

Elgin 62, Addison Trail 50

Ellison 40, Harper 25

Elmwood Park 61, Round Lake 59

Genoa-Kingston 63, Harvard 46

Glenbard West 58, Metea Valley 56 (OT)

Grayslake North 63, Badger, Wis. 41

IC Catholic 57, Guerin 32

Lake Forest 45, Grayslake Central 42

Marengo 64, North Boone 26

Mooseheart 61, Earlville 56

Mundelein 66, North Chicago 32

Newark 62, Dwight 52

Rauner 48, Excel-Englewood 45

Rich East 53, Oak Forest 49

St. Charles North 47, DeKalb 40

Thornridge 63, DuSable 34

TF North 49, Longwood 45

Vernon Hills 64, Grant 43

Wauconda 73, Woodstock 44

AURORA CHRISTIAN

Aurora Christian 59, Parkview Christian 25

St. Edward 46, Schaumburg Christian 38

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