High school basketball scores: IHSA state playoffs

All the scores from Tuesday, March 10, 2020.

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Farragut’s Mikqwon Jones (12) shoots the ball over DePaul.

Farragut’s Mikqwon Jones (12) shoots the ball over DePaul.

Kirsten Stickney/For the Sun-Times

Tuesday, March 10, 2020

CLASS 4A SECTIONALS

Lockport

Joliet West 50, Neuqua Valley 40

Pekin

Collinsville 62, O’Fallon 38

Normal West 62, Normal 47

Addison Trail

Lake Park 54, Geneva 45

McHenry

Cary-Grove 49, Huntley 46 (2OT)

Elk Grove (Robert Morris University)

Loyola 48, Niles North 24

Evanston 62, Glenbrook South 57

Prospect

Stevenson 61, Zion-Benton 52

Mundelein 46, Prospect 42

Bloom

Marian Catholic 47, Bloom 45

Lyons

Curie 65, Morton 52

CLASS 3A SECTIONALS

Hinsdale South

Bogan 71, Riverside-Brookfield 44

Thornridge

Morgan Park 73, Hillcrest 69

Lincoln

Springfield Lanphier 46, Urbana 44

Mount Vernon

East St. Louis 70, Marion 53

St. Ignatius

Fenwick 94, Westinghouse 71

Grayslake North

Notre Dame 48, Deerfield 32

Peoria (Bradley University)

Peoria Notre Dame 46, Geneseo 33

Rockford Boylan

Wauconda 70, St. Francis 66

CLASS 2A SUPERSECTIONALS

Joliet Central

Orr 49, Corliss 48

Carbondale (SIU)

Breese Mater Dei 46, Murphysboro 26

DeKalb (NIU)

Timothy Christian 59, Fieldcrest 43

Springfield (UIS)

Sacred Heart-Griffin 59, Bismarck-Henning 56

CLASS 1A SUPERSECTIONALS

Jacksonville

Madison 68, Athens 43

DeKalb (NIU)

Aurora Christian 70, Indian Creek 43

Carbondale (SIU)

Goreville 71, Central A&M 64

Normal (ISU)

Roanoke-Benson 45, Fenger 43

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