Thursday’s high school basketball scores

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Larkin’s Andre Blakely (0) keeps East Aurora’s Nathaniel Robinson (5) from scoring on his drive to the basket.

Larkin’s Andre Blakely (0) keeps East Aurora’s Nathaniel Robinson (5) from scoring on his drive to the basket.

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Thursday, January 6, 2022

WHITE SOUTH

Perspectives-LA 106, Amandla 17

DUKANE

Geneva 54, St. Charles East 51

Glenbard North 47, Wheaton North 31

Lake Park 51, St. Charles North 49

Wheaton-Warrenville South 67, Batavia 36

LITTLE TEN

Serena 89, DePue 49

METRO PREP

CPSA at Lycee

NOBLE GOLD

Butler 65, Bulls Prep 53

DRW Prep at Speer

Johnson at Rowe-Clark

SOUTH SUBURBAN CROSSOVER

Tinley Park 75, Richards 68

NONCONFERENCE

Chesterton 47, Kankakee Trinity 41

Hammond Central, Ind. 82, St. Francis de Sales 24

Christian Heritage at Beacon

LAKE ZURICH

Libertyville 58, Round Lake 23

RED SOUTH-CENTRAL

Corliss at Bogan, ppd.

Curie at Simeon, ppd.

Hyde Park at Phillips, ppd.

Kenwood at Morgan Park, ppd.

Longwood at Brooks, ppd.

WHITE CENTRAL

Catalyst-Maria at Hubbard, ppd.

Kennedy at Solorio, ppd.

King at Dunbar, ppd.

Lindblom at Chicago Richards, ppd.

Tilden at UP-Bronzeville, ppd.

WHITE NORTH

Von Steuben at Senn, ppd.

WHITE SOUTH

Carver at Ag. Science, ppd.

Fenger at South Shore, ppd.

UP-Bronzeville at Dyett, ppd.

Vocational at Harlan, ppd.

BLUE CENTRAL

Excel-Englewood at DuSable, ppd.

Garcia at Gage Park, ppd.

Horizon-SW at Soto, ppd.

Instituto at Englewood STEM, ppd.

Kelly at Hancock, ppd.

BLUE SOUTH

Bowen at Julian, ppd.

EPIC at Chicago Military, ppd.

Washington at Air Force, ppd.

Woodlawn at Goode, ppd.

BLUE WEST

Phoenix at Chicago Collegiate, ppd.

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