2022 Public League boys basketball tournament scores and pairings

The city playoffs get started on Wednesday.

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Clark’s Cordy Johnson (3) moves the ball past Lincoln Park’s Richmond Ware (21).

Clark’s Cordy Johnson (3) moves the ball past Lincoln Park’s Richmond Ware (21).

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First round
(in bracket order)

Young 89, Mather 31

Phillips 57, Prosser 52

North Lawndale 63, Marshall 53

Hyde Park 64, Dyett 52

Kenwood 111, Hubbard 56

Lincoln Park 96, Lindblom 85

Brooks 79, Corliss 59

Orr 74, Austin 39

Simeon 67, Ag. Science 35

Perspectives-LA 69, Farragut 50

Morgan Park 67, Bogan 55

Westinghouse 53, Taft 52

Clark 75, Payton 36

Longwood 48, Perspectives-MSA 43

Lane 52, Schurz 38

Curie 69, Dunbar 49

Second round
Friday, Feb. 4

Young d. Phillips

Hyde Park 67, North Lawndale 47

Kenwood 81, Lincoln Park 50

Orr 73, Brooks 52

Simeon 80, Perspectives-Lead 57

Morgan Park 73, Westinghouse 63 3 OT

Clark 53, Longwood 39

Lane at Curie (Monday)

Quarterfinals
Tuesday, Feb. 8

Hyde Park at Young

Orr at Kenwood

Morgan Park at Simeon

Lane/Curie at Clark

Semifinals
Thursday, Feb. 10
at UIC

Championship
Saturday, Feb. 12
at UIC

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