Wednesday’s high school basketball scores

All the scores from around the area.

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Mount Carmel players and coaches react after winning the game against De La Salle.

Mount Carmel players and coaches react after winning the game against De La Salle.

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Wednesday, December 8, 2021


Clark 66, Westinghouse 37

Lane 58, North Lawndale 53

Lincoln Park 77, Schurz 58

Orr d. Farragut (forfeit)

Young 78, Marshall 40


Mather 64, Uplift 25

Northside 61, Senn 39

Prosser 62, Von Steuben 49

Taft 71, Lake View 52

Sullivan at Foreman, ppd.


Jones 84, Legal Prep 49

Payton 38, Raby 36

Wells d. Clemente (forfeit)

Crane at Collins


Amundsen 70, Marine 30

Steinmetz 52, Chicago Academy 51

ASPIRA at Alcott

Disney at CMSA

North-Grand at Rickover


Kelvyn Park 47, Douglass 33

Ogden 59, Chicago Tech 58

Manley at Spry

Phoenix at Chicago Collegiate, ppd.


Hope Academy 67, Ida Crown 48


Glenbard North 71, St. Charles East 63

Lake Park 63, Batavia 52

St. Charles North 47, Wheaton North 34

Wheaton-Warrenville South 46, Geneva 30


Burlington Central 83, Crystal Lake Central 15

Crystal Lake South 51, Prairie Ridge 40

Dundee-Crown 61, Hampshire 47

Huntley 56, Cary-Grove 35

Jacobs 40, McHenry 36


Wolcott 54, Lycee 34


Universal 51, Horizon-McKinley 38

Chesterton at CPSA


Muchin 79, Mansueto 14

Rauner 53, Baker 11

UIC Prep 66, Pritzker 41

Hansberry at Noble Academy


Butler 58, Comer 53


Bolingbrook 47, Marian Catholic 45

Illiana Christian, Ind. 62, Crete-Monee 48

Joliet Catholic 56, Joliet Central 44

Libertyville 60, Grant 49

Parker 60, Walther Christian 36

Woodstock North 78, Harvest Christian 52

Yeshiva 61, Waldorf 20

Christian Heritage at St. Martin

Harvard at North Boone

Mooseheart at Somonauk

Proviso West at Morgan Park

Rantoul at Kankakee, ppd.

UP-West at Rowe-Clark

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