High school basketball schedule: Feb. 1 to Feb. 7, 2021

The area’s complete basketball schedule.

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Marian Catholic’s Elijah Jones (4) keeps his eye on the rim as he gets ready to shoot as the Spartans play Bloom.

Marian Catholic’s Elijah Jones (4) keeps his eye on the rim as he gets ready to shoot as the Spartans play Bloom.

Allen Cunningham/For the Sun-Times

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Monday, February 1, 2021

No games

Tuesday, February 2, 2021


Herscher at Dwight, 7:30

Roanoke-Benson at Flanagan-Cornell, 6:30

Wednesday, February 3, 2021


Donovan at Milford, 7:00

Dwight at Gardner-So. Wilmington, 7:00

Hersey at Glenbrook South, 7:15

Hinckley-Big Rock at Indian Creek, 6:45

Winnebago at Sterling, 7:00

Thursday, February 4, 2021


DeKalb at Rockford Christian, 7:00

Prospect at Notre Dame, 6:30

Somonauk at Serena, 7:00

Friday, February 5, 2021


Mendota at North Boone, 7:00


St. Francis at Aurora Christian, 7:30


Marquette at Henry-Senachwine, 7:00

Midland at Roanoke-Benson, 7:00

Putnam County at Woodland, 7:00

Seneca at Lowpoint-Washburn, 5:30


Donovan at Gardner-So. Wilmington, 7:00

Dwight at Morris, 7:00

Guilford at DeKalb, 7:00

Indian Creek at Genoa-Kingston, 7:00

Iroquois West at St. Thomas More, 7:00

LaSalle-Peru at Hall, 7:00

Maine South at Loyola, 7:00

Mendota at North Boone, 7:00

Naperville North at Wheaton-Warr. South, 8:00

Rochelle at Stillman Valley, 7:00

Rockford Christian at Rockford Lutheran, 7:00

Sandwich at Yorkville Christian, 7:00

Schaumburg Christian at Northridge, 6:15

St. Bede at Ottawa, 7:00

Sterling at Jefferson, 7:15

Streator at Pontiac, 6:45

Saturday, February 6, 2021


Maine West at New Trier, 3:00

Vernon Hills at Evanston, 2:00

Deerfield at Maine South, 2:00

Highland Park at Niles West, CNL

Niles North at Glenbrook North, 2:00

Maine East at Glenbrook South, 2:00


Buffalo Grove at Rolling Meadows, 7:30

Prospect at Elk Grove, 7:30

Wheeling at Hersey, 7:30


Barrington at Schaumburg, 7:30

Fremd at Hoffman Estates, 7:30

Palatine at Conant, 7:30


Midland at Woodland, 2:30

Putnam County at Lowpoint-Washburn, 1:00

Roanoke-Benson at Henry-Senachwine, 7:00

Seneca at Marquette, 2:30


Aurora Central at Naperville North, 2:30

Belvidere North at Oregon, 1:00

DeKalb at Jefferson, 3:00

DeKalb at Rockford Christian, 11:30

Fieldcrest at Dwight, 12:15

Geneva at St. Francis, 7:00

Genoa-Kingston at Sycamore, 6:00

Hinckley-Big Rock at Amboy, 2:30

Loyola at Northridge, 5:15

Mendota at North Boone, 7:00

Morris at Streator, 4:00

Mundelein at Lake Forest, 5:30

Neuqua Valley at Timothy Christian, 6:00

Notre Dame (Peoria) at Plano, 1:00

Oak Lawn at Chicago Christian, 5:00

Paxton-Buckley-Loda at Monticello, 4:30

Reed-Custer at Herscher, 4:30

Serena at Ottawa, 1:00

South Elgin at Waubonsie Valley, 3:30

St. Joseph at Wheaton-Warrenville South, 3:00

Sterling at Dixon, 4:00

Stevenson at Streamwood, 1:00

Watseka at Milford, 6:00

Winnebago at Pecatonica, 2:30

York at Glenbard West, 6:00

Sunday, February 7, 2021


Benet at Wheaton-Warrenville South, 2:00

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