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Thursday, February 17, 2022
Hampshire 46, Prairie Ridge 43
Marengo 54, Woodstock North 44
SOUTHWEST SUBURBAN BLUE
Lincoln-Way East 56, Sandburg 46
Ag. Science 50, Jones 40
Amundsen 74, Parker 50
Chicago Academy 43, Intrinsic-Belmont 38
Goode 56, Mansueto 24
Harlan 79, EPIC 33
Harvest Christian 67, Johnsburg 63
Kennedy 83, Intrinsic-Downtown 46
Morgan Park 66, King 45
Niles West 70, North Shore 52
North-Grand 63, Schurz 61
Northridge 65, Northtown 28
Northside 48, Noble Street 45
Perspectives-MSA 67, Catalyst-Maria 41
Newark at Mooseheart
Peotone at Grace Christian
Westlake Christian vs. Kankakee Trinity, ppd. 2/18
METRO PREP TOURNAMENT
CPSA at Universal (title), ppd. 2/21
High school football notebook: Malik Elzy quickly catches on, Aidan Gray picks Northwestern, Illini start hot
High school football notebook: Brooks Bahr picks Michigan, Frank Covey heads to Northwestern, Ken Leonard prepares to retire
Cereal makes up only 7% of the U.S. population’s added sugar intake, fifth on the list of the top sources of added sugars.
Widowed man’s children have reason to be afraid of the dark.
The most important element in this recipe is the egg and cheese mixture, which coats the hot noodles and creates the slick sauce that binds the dish. Sweet peas and bacon add flare.
If public health infrastructure isn’t strengthened, experts say the risk of more TB cases and deaths will increase worldwide, a Yale University physician writes. The U.S. should build on the momentum developed during COVID-19 to address TB.
Chicago can’t change what happened 10 years ago, when City Hall closed dozens of schools despite warnings that it was a terrible idea. But CPS is at a make-or-break moment now. The mistakes of the past should be motivation to do better for students moving forward.