Thursday’s high school basketball scores

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Lemont’s Nojus Indrusaitis (23) shoots Sandburg’s Martin Petraitis (4) and Ryan McPolin (2) defend.

Lemont’s Nojus Indrusaitis (23) shoots Sandburg’s Martin Petraitis (4) and Ryan McPolin (2) defend.

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Thursday, December 2, 2021


Bulls Prep 62, Speer 30

Butler 61, Johnson 34

Comer 75, DRW Prep 16


Evergreen Park 59, TF South 53


Plainfield South at Joliet Central, ppd.


Bartlett 65, West Chicago 28

Fenton 63, Elgin 32

Glenbard East 65, Streamwood 35

Larkin 78, South Elgin 56


Bowen 49, Hillcrest, Tenn. 46

Ellison 56, Hansberry 48

Excel-Englewood 64, Rauner 46

Fenger 58, Dunbar 55

Hancock 49, Back of the Yards 21

Indian Creek 45, Amboy 39

Lindblom 53, Perspectives-MSA 50

Perspectives-LA 91, Catalyst-Maria 37

Phillips 125, Harlan 63

Rochelle Zell 56, Westminster Christian 29

Stillman Valley 42, Harvard 37

Waldorf 63, Roycemore 32

Walther Christian 61, North Shore 56

Chesterton at Families of Faith

EPIC at Ag. Science

Payton at King


Harvest Christian 51, Crossroads 24

Joliet Catholic 68, Mooseheart 53

St. Edward 56, Aurora Central 47

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