Chicago high school basketball scores: Friday, Jan. 3, 2020

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Bolingbrook’s Kai Evans (23) gets fouled as he shoots.

Bolingbrook’s Kai Evans (23) gets fouled as he shoots.

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Friday, Jan. 3, 2020

EAST SUBURBAN CATHOLIC

Benet 69, Marian Central 38

FOX VALLEY

Huntley 61, Burlington Central 40

INTERSTATE EIGHT

Plano 74, Rochelle 65

METRO SUBURBAN BLUE

Chicago Christian 57, Aurora Central 43

IC Catholic 57, St. Francis 49

METRO SUBURBAN RED

Elmwood Park 52, Ridgewood 49

St. Edward 57, Guerin 53

SOUTH SUBURBAN CROSSOVER

Hillcrest 71, Reavis 31

Lemont 61, Shepard 52

Oak Forest 71, Argo 46

Oak Lawn 79, Tinley Park 47

Richards 87, Bremen 54

TF North 73, Evergreen Park 40

TF South 82, Eisenhower 67

SOUTHLAND

Rich Central 61, Thornwood 57

Rich East 60, Thornridge 48

SOUTHWEST PRAIRIE CROSSOVER

Joliet Central 56, Yorkville 35

Joliet West 67, Minooka 49

Oswego East 62, Romeoville 55

Plainfield North 54, Plainfield East 53

West Aurora 55, Plainfield South 49

UPSTATE EIGHT

Elgin 58, West Chicago 39

Fenton 52, South Elgin 29

Glenbard East 62, Bartlett 57

Glenbard South 76, East Aurora 74 (OT)

Streamwood 73, Larkin 69

NONCONFERENCE

Foreman 48, Raby 46

Harlan 67, Catalyst-Maria 59

Harvest Christian 60, Woodstock 48

Herscher 49, Clifton Central 47

Hinckley-Big Rock 49, Amboy 32

Hope Academy 54, Nazareth 46

Joliet Catholic 56, Manteno 53

Lake View 37, Ogden 32

Metea Valley 57, Downers Grove South 43

Notre Dame 76, Bulls Prep 22

ARTHUR CHRISTIAN

Westlake Christian 69, St. Louis Tower Grove, Mo. 64

MOLINE

Marian Catholic 68, Carmel 49 (ESCC game)

Moline 55, Clark 50

Rock Island 88, Zion-Benton 76

Waubonsie Valley 55, East Moline 38

NEW ORLEANS, LA.

Quarterfinal

Bloom 84, Walker, La. 60

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