Monday’s high school basketball scores

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Oak Park coach Phil Gary talks to his players during a timeout as the Huskies host Lake Forest.

Oak Park coach Phil Gary talks to his players during a timeout as the Huskies host Lake Forest.

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Monday, December 20, 2021


Rochelle Zell 55, Walther Christian 53


Noble Academy at Hansberry


Aurora Christian 63, Ridgewood 33

Austin 67, Ogden 38

Downers Grove North 61, Montini 51 (4OT)

Earlville 54, Woodland 45

Herscher 47, Clifton Central 40

Rockford Lutheran 64, Northridge 39

Wheaton-Warrenville South 75, Little Village 38

Fenger at Marist, ppd.

Jones at Niles West, ppd.

Leo at Bremen, ppd.

St. Francis de Sales at Shepard, ppd.

Taft at Loyola, ppd.

Waukegan at North Chicago, ppd.


Sacramento Sheldon, Calif. 72, De La Salle 61


First Round

Genoa-Kingston 43, Crystal Lake Central 38

Sycamore 37, Richmond-Burton 32

Rockford Christian 70, Woodstock 53

Woodstock North 46, Fenton 38

Freeport 66, Stillman Valley 53

Marengo 64, Grayslake North 62

Rochelle 85, Harvest Christian 57

Wauconda 83, Harvard 15


Steinmetz 50, Intrinsic-Belmont 43

Holy Trinity at Chicago Academy


Cissna Park 44, La Salette 41

Donovan 66, Illinois Lutheran 56

Westville 64, Tri-Point 50

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