Monday’s high school basketball scores

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Wheaton Warrenville South’s Braylen Meredith (25) shoots a free throw against Batavia.

Wheaton Warrenville South’s Braylen Meredith (25) shoots a free throw against Batavia.

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Monday, January 10, 2022

RED NORTH-WEST

Young 72, Lincoln Park 54

WHITE CENTRAL

Lindblom 72, Chicago Richards 35

WHITE WEST

Collins 56, Clemente 44

Perspectives-MSA 66, Austin 62 (OT)

BLUE SOUTH

Hirsch at EPIC

ILLINOIS CENTRAL EIGHT

Manteno 35, Coal City 30

INTERSTATE EIGHT

Plano 66, Sandwich 39

LITTLE TEN

Somonauk 75, Leland 17

METRO PREP

Universal 54, CPSA 53

Islamic Foundation at Chesterton

NOBLE BLUE

Muchin 53, Pritzker 46

Rauner 64, Mansueto 30

Baker at Golder

NORTHERN LAKE COUNTY

North Chicago 69, Round Lake 56

SOUTHWEST PRAIRIE EAST

Romeoville 61, Plainfield East 48

SOUTHWEST SUBURBAN RED

Bradley-Bourbonnais 81, Lincoln-Way Central 72

NONCONFERENCE

Chicago Academy 67, Lake View 44

Christ the King 81, Hansberry 53

Cristo Rey 62, Juarez 54

Hoffman Estates 72, Maine East 51

Hope Academy 54, Jones 41

Momence 67, Reed-Custer 65 (OT)

St. Francis de Sales 39, Holy Trinity 37

Stagg 68, Shepard 40

Vernon Hills 67, Buffalo Grove 60

Wells 54, Intrinsic 34

Westlake Christian 55, Westminster Christian 53

Beacon at Intrinsic-Downtown

DuSable at Raby

Northtown at Steinmetz, ppd.

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