Monday’s high school basketball scores

All the scores from March 8, 2021.

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Westinghouse’s Martell Webb (32) knocks the ball away from Lincoln Park’s Sincere Malone (15).

Westinghouse’s Martell Webb (32) knocks the ball away from Lincoln Park’s Sincere Malone (15).

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Monday, March 8, 2021

CATHOLIC BLUE

DePaul Prep 50, Brother Rice 38

St. Rita 77, Leo 53

Fenwick at St. Laurence, ppd.

Loyola at Mount Carmel, ppd.

CATHOLIC WHITE

Marmion 73, Montini 58

St. Joseph 54, Providence-St. Mel 45

De La Salle at St. Ignatius, ppd.

CENTRAL SUBURBAN SOUTH

New Trier 64, Glenbrook South 63

DUPAGE VALLEY

DeKalb 69, Neuqua Valley 48

EAST SUBURBAN CATHOLIC

St. Viator 62, Marian Central 54

ILLINOIS CENTRAL EIGHT

Reed-Custer 68, Peotone 57

INTERSTATE EIGHT

Ottawa 60, Morris 49

Sycamore 57, Sandwich 40

LaSalle-Peru at Kaneland, ppd.

LITTLE TEN

DePue 31, LaMoille-Ohio 27

MID-SUBURBAN EAST

Wheeling 67, Elk Grove 34

NORTHEASTERN ATHLETIC

Schaumburg Christian 48, Christian Liberty 39

PUBLIC LEAGUE WHITE CENTRAL

Lindblom 76, Tilden 23

PUBLIC LEAGUE WHITE WEST

Collins 78, Austin 66

PUBLIC LEAGUE BLUE WEST

Juarez 43, Chicago Tech 42

RIVER VALLEY

Grant Park at Beecher, ppd.

SOUTH SUBURBAN BLUE

Lemont 69, Bremen 50

SOUTH SUBURBAN CROSSOVER

Tinley Park 101, Evergreen Park 85

SOUTHLAND

Crete-Monee 58, Thornwood 57

Kankakee 60, Thornridge 33

Thornton 52, Rich Township 46

SOUTHWEST SUBURBAN CROSSOVER

Lockport 66, Lincoln-Way West 39

NONCONFERENCE

Bishop McNamara 64, Herscher 44

Buffalo Grove 75, South Elgin 40

Corliss 76, Perspectives-MSA 35

Horizon-McKinley 26, Goode 25

Jones 47, Latin 39

Lincoln Park 73, Mather 48

Marist 48, Providence 44

North Shore 61, Lake Forest Academy 58

Northridge 58, St. Charles East 49

Notre Dame 53, Maine South 37

Plano 47, Hinckley-Big Rock 35

Putnam County 74, Serena 52

St. Ignatius 56, U-High 53

Somonauk 56, Amboy 54

South Beloit 69, Ashton-Franklin Center 45

Taft 56, Lane 55

Westinghouse 75, Ogden 40

Wheaton Academy 65, Harvest Christian 47

Comer at Kennedy

Dwight at Seneca, ppd.

Midland at Stark County

BIG NORTHERN TOURNAMENT

Semifinals

Rockford Christian 45, Genoa-Kingston 44 (OT)

Rockford Lutheran 66, Byron 44

Consolation

Dixon 37, Winnebago 36

Oregon 64, North Boone 58 (2OT)

Stillman Valley 57, Rock Falls 44

SOUTHWEST PRAIRIE TOURNAMENT

First Round

Minooka 63, Plainfield Central 53

Romeoville 46, Joliet Central 43

West Aurora 50, Plainfield East 37

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