High school basketball scores

All of the scores from Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2020.

Simeon’s Jeremiah Williams (3) shoots the ball over Morgan Park’s Isiaiah Burrell (4).

Simeon’s Jeremiah Williams (3) shoots the ball over Morgan Park’s Isiaiah Burrell (4).

Kirsten Stickney/For the Sun-Times

Tuesday, February 18, 2020

CATHOLIC BLUE

Brother Rice 58, De La Salle 57

Fenwick 61, St. Joseph 47

Loyola 53, DePaul Prep 37

St. Laurence 91, St. Ignatius 84

CATHOLIC WHITE

Leo 85, Providence-St. Mel 43

Montini 67, Marmion 49

St. Rita 76, Mount Carmel 58

DUKANE

Lake Park 43, Wheaton-Warrenville South 33

St. Charles East 81, Batavia 78

St. Charles North 57, Glenbard North 26

Wheaton North 63, Geneva 61

FOX VALLEY

Huntley 58, Dundee-Crown 31

INDEPENDENT SCHOOL

U-High 61, Latin 58

INTERSTATE EIGHT

Kaneland 70, LaSalle-Peru 59

Ottawa 67, Sycamore 64

Plano 54, Sandwich 43

Rochelle 59, Morris 45

KISHWAUKEE RIVER

Johnsburg 54, Harvard 50 (OT)

Marengo 65, Woodstock 51

Woodstock North 49, Richmond-Burton 41

METRO SUBURBAN BLUE

Aurora Christian 70, IC Catholic 58

Chicago Christian 75, Bishop McNamara 46

METRO SUBURBAN RED

Ridgewood 62, Guerin 48

Timothy Christian 63, St. Edward 31

Westmont 48, Elmwood Park 45

NOBLE LEAGUE BLUE

Comer 80, Mansueto 31

Pritzker 62, Baker 40

NOBLE LEAGUE GOLD

Rowe-Clark 77, DRW 53

NORTH SUBURBAN

Mundelein 70, Libertyville 55

Stevenson 64, Waukegan 32

Zion-Benton 56, Lake Forest 54

NORTHEASTERN ATHLETIC

Mooseheart 66, South Beloit 36

NORTHERN LAKE COUNTY

Grant 50, Grayslake North 38

Lakes 36, Antioch 35

Round Lake 51, Grayslake Central 46

Wauconda 67, North Chicago 58

SOUTHLAND

Bloom 68, Rich East 48

Rich Central 33, Crete-Monee 32

Rich South 88, Thornwood 78

Thornton 81, Thornridge 59

SOUTHWEST PRAIRIE CROSSOVER

Plainfield Central 54, Oswego 53

Plainfield South 56, Yorkville 50

SOUTHWEST SUBURBAN BLUE

Bolingbrook 72, Lockport 54

Homewood-Flossmoor 54, Sandburg 49

SOUTHWEST SUBURBAN RED

Andrew 70, Bradley-Bourbonnais 60

Stagg 65, Lincoln-Way West 55

UPSTATE EIGHT

East Aurora 47, South Elgin 46

Fenton 45, Bartlett 43

Glenbard East 63, West Chicago 33

Glenbard South 61, Larkin 58

WEST SUBURBAN GOLD

Downers Grove South 46, Leyden 43

Morton 76, Addison Trail 64

Proviso East 92, Willowbrook 66

WEST SUBURBAN SILVER

Downers Grove North 47, Hinsdale Central 45

Lyons 56, Glenbard West 47

York 55, Proviso West 43

NONCONFERENCE

Barrington 62, Crystal Lake Central 51

Beecher 54, Momence 48

Cary-Grove 61, Schaumburg 50

Crystal Lake South 58, Marian Central 25

Eisenhower 83, Schurz 80

Families of Faith 65, Illinois Lutheran 45

Gardner-South Wilmington 51, Wilmington 49

Glenbrook South 78, Conant 55

Harlan 48, Johnson 41

Harvest Christian 52, Elgin Academy 41

Hillcrest 51, Romeoville 48

Hyde Park 74, DuSable 36

Joliet Catholic 55, Coal City 37

Kennedy 77, Perspectives-MSA 59

Kenwood 66, Evanston 64

King 88, Little Village 51

Lemont 72, Minooka 63

Maine West 51, Wheeling 36

Marist 73, Jones 64

Metea Valley 61, Nazareth 57

Naperville Central 68, Lincoln-Way East 54

Newark 61, Parkview Christian 26

Northridge 72, IMSA 26

Oak Forest 76, Manteno 46

Oak Park-River Forest 76, St. Patrick 67

Palatine 60, Niles West 37

Plainfield North 72, Neuqua Valley 61 (OT)

Rolling Meadows 67, Maine East 45

Shepard 78, Peotone 51

Solorio 68, Clemente 55

Somonauk 47, Ottawa Marquette 30

Taft 53, Lane 47

UP-Bronzeville 57, UP-West 55

Watseka 62, Donovan 32

Waubonsie Valley 49, Oswego East 45

Wheaton Academy 56, Lake Forest Academy 32

Yorkville Christian 83, Schaumburg Christian 51

CHICAGO PREP TOURNAMENT

Quarterfinals

Hope Academy 73, Northtown 35

Rochelle Zell 53, Ellison 41 (Monday)

Christ the King 60, Holy Trinity 45

Ida Crown 53, Walther Christian 44

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