Tuesday’s high school basketball scores

All the scores from Tuesday, March 16, 2021.

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Curie’s Nick Owens (3) drives the ball past St. Ignatius’ A.J. Redd (2).

Curie’s Nick Owens (3) drives the ball past St. Ignatius’ A.J. Redd (2).

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Tuesday, March 16, 2021

PUBLIC LEAGUE RED SOUTH-CENTRAL

Bogan 53, Hyde Park 47 (OT)

Curie 69, Corliss 62

Morgan Park 63, Phillips 60

Simeon 61, Brooks 56

PUBLIC LEAGUE WHITE CENTRAL

Catalyst-Maria 56, Tilden 48

Dunbar 52, Kennedy 38

King 77, Chicago Richards 47

Lindblom 62, Hubbard 46

Solorio 51, UP-Englewood 50

PUBLIC LEAGUE WHITE NORTH

Senn 56, Prosser 49

PUBLIC LEAGUE WHITE SOUTH

Dyett 42, Ag. Science 40

Fenger 67, UP-Bronzeville 48

Carver at Perspectives-LT

PUBLIC LEAGUE WHITE WEST

Perspectives-MSA 46, Jones 43

PUBLIC LEAGUE BLUE CENTRAL

Horizon-SW 73, Kelly 46

Englewood STEM at Back of the Yards

Harper at Hancock

PUBLIC LEAGUE BLUE SOUTH

Julian 47, Goode 11

NONCONFERENCE

Bowen 58, Vocational 52

Kenwood 87, Lincoln Park 64

Ogden 59, Crane 37

NOBLE LEAGUE TOURNAMENT

First Round

Noble Academy 61, UIC Prep 53

Rowe-Clark 48, Golder 37

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