Thursday’s high school basketball scores

All the scores from around the area.

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De La Salle coach Gary DeCesare talks to Michael Davis (5) during the game against Mount Carmel.

De La Salle coach Gary DeCesare talks to Michael Davis (5) during the game against Mount Carmel.

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Thursday, December 16, 2021

RED SOUTH-CENTRAL

Curie 65, Morgan Park 53

Kenwood 97, Phillips 58

Bogan at Simeon, ppd.

Brooks at Hyde Park, ppd.

Corliss at Longwood, ppd.

WHITE CENTRAL

Catalyst-Maria 64, Chicago Richards 61

Lindblom 66, UP-Englewood 39

Hubbard at Kennedy

Solorio at Dunbar, ppd.

Tilden at King

WHITE SOUTH

Harlan 44, South Shore 39

Perspectives-LA 90, Fenger 64

UP-Bronzeville 60, Carver 44

Ag. Science at Vocational, ppd.

Amandla at Dyett

WHITE WEST

Jones 43, Crane 42

Payton at Collins, ppd.

BLUE CENTRAL

DuSable 65, Soto 27

Gage Park 65, Hancock 55

Kelly d. Harper (forfeit)

Back of the Yards at Instituto

Englewood STEM at Excel-Englewood

Horizon-SW at Garcia

BLUE SOUTH

Air Force at Chicago Military

Goode at Excel-South Shore

Hirsch at EPIC

Julian at Woodlawn, ppd.

Washington at Bowen

BLUE WEST

Little Village 63, Juarez 37

CENTRAL SUBURBAN SOUTH

Evanston at New Trier, ppd.

INDEPENDENT

U-High 73, Parker 48

METRO PREP

Universal 72, Lycee 60

UPSTATE EIGHT

Bartlett 71, Fenton 53

NON CONFERENCE

Antioch 48, Legal Prep 44

Cary-Grove 49, Lakes 38

Harvard 51, Belvidere 33

New Trier 76, Lake Zurich 41

North Shore 57, Wolcott 25

Providence 60, Reavis 40

Rauner 61, Islamic Foundation 28

Alden-Hebron at Hiawatha

Beacon at Elgin Academy

Golder at Speer

Horizon-McKinley at Rickover

WATSEKA

Bishop McNamara 70, Cissna Park 29

Bishop McNamara 74, Donovan 25

Peotone 66, Illinois Lutheran 33

Watseka 42, Peotone 32

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