Thursday’s high school basketball scores

All the scores from around the area.

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Lane’s Joseph Perona (3) looks to pass the ball against Oak Forest.

Lane’s Joseph Perona (3) looks to pass the ball against Oak Forest.

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Thursday, December 23, 2021


Timothy Christian 52, Aurora Christian 47


Fremd 62, Hoffman Estates 36


Dunbar 64, Brooks 53

Kankakee 65, Providence 34

Lake Park 52, Mundelein 51

Libertyville 51, Vernon Hills 38

Niles West 67, North Chicago 38

Oak Lawn 63, Stagg 55

Douglass at Austin

Manley at Wells

Prosser at Chicago Richards



Stevenson vs. Maine South (no contest)

Homewood-Flossmoor 61, St. Rita 59

Oswego East 54, Marian Catholic 49 (OT)

Hinsdale Central 45, DePaul Prep 44


Lincoln-Way Central 64, Willowbrook 62

Morton vs. Oak Forest (no contest)

Rockford Auburn 68, Richards 32

St. Charles East 66, Glenbard East 53


Barrington 73, South Elgin 55

Bartlett 70, Rockford Jefferson 42

Grant 76, Streamwood 55

Larkin 68, Crystal Lake South 59

Loyola 57, Cary-Grove 53 (3OT)

Marian Central 67, Jacobs 52

Prairie Ridge 41, Grayslake Central 36

Waubonsie Valley 62, Johnsburg 31


Wauconda 88, Genoa-Kingston 55 (title)

Marengo 58, Rockford Christian 49 (third)

Freeport 51, Sycamore 41 (fifth)

Woodstock North 58, Rochelle 56 (seventh)

Grayslake North 55, Fenton 52 (cons. title)

Harvest Christian 61, Crystal Lake Central 35

Richmond-Burton 44, Harvard 19

Woodstock 66, Stillman Valley 49

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