Friday’s girls basketball scores

All the scores from around the state

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Butler’s Camille Jackson (0) shoots a free throw last season.

Butler’s Camille Jackson (0) shoots a free throw last season.

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Aurora Central 55, Newark 44

Bluford Webber 42, Red Hill 11

Clemente 35, Foreman 15

Effingham 53, Dieterich 43

Fenwick 40, Phillips 36

Galesburg 69, Freeport 29

Geneva 50, Lake Zurich 43

Huntley 52, Hononegah 35

Hyde Park 83, Comer 11

Joliet West 58, Moline 30

Lake View 48, Francis Parker 35

Latin 55, Hope Academy 47

LeRoy 53, Roanoke-Benson 44

Lincoln 76, Mattoon 47

Benet 70, Rockford Guilford 34

Lyons 64, Wheaton North 31

Mt. Zion 45, Jacksonville 30

Nokomis 55, Vandalia 41

Normal West 69, Bloomington 56

Peoria Notre Dame 65, East Peoria 14

Pontiac 64, Fairbury Prairie Central 59

Prospect 68, Downers South 54

Rochester 44, Bethalto Civic Memorial 32

Rockford East 41, Earlville 32

Sandwich 39, Somonauk 22

Stevenson 59, New Trier 54, OT

Stillman Valley 44, Stockton 12

United 51, Yorkville Christian 21

Valmeyer 29, Lebanon 28

West Chicago 57, Elgin 44

Westmont 69, Islamic Foundation 28

Wheaton Academy 43, Harvest Christian Academy 26

Willows 37, North Chicago 12

Woodlawn 63, Cairo 24

Dundee Crown Tournament

St. Viator 63, Streamwood 33

Mundelein Tournament

Highland Park 65, Grayslake North 58

Taylorville Tournament

Taylorville 64, Hillsboro 40

Warren Tournament

Galena 52, Morrison 48

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