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Homewood-Flossmoor’s Luis Acevvedo (1), Christian Meeks (24), Chakaris London II (11), Nashawn Holmes (2) and Lee Marks III (23) react from the bench during the final minute of the game against Oswego East.

Homewood-Flossmoor’s Luis Acevvedo (1), Christian Meeks (24), Chakaris London II (11), Nashawn Holmes (2) and Lee Marks III (23) react from the bench during the final minute of the game against Oswego East.

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Monday, January 3, 2022

WHITE WEST

Perspectives-MSA 76, Legal Prep 48

BLUE SOUTH

Goode 47, EPIC 45

LAKE SHORE

Waldorf at Beacon

LITTLE TEN

Newark 76, Earlville 59

NONCONFERENCE

Austin 81, Steinmetz 48

Lincoln-Way Central 59, Ag. Science 37

Phoenix 59, Bowen 58 (2OT)

Schurz 49, Lake View 36

Serena 71, Henry-Senachwine 49

Christian Life at Hiawatha

Kelly at Horizon-McKinley

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