Thursday’s high school basketball scores

All the scores from around the area.

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Kenwood’s Trey Pettigrew (3) drives the ball past Thornton’s Brandon Botley (1).

Kenwood’s Trey Pettigrew (3) drives the ball past Thornton’s Brandon Botley (1).

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Thursday, February 17, 2022


Hampshire 46, Prairie Ridge 43


Marengo 54, Woodstock North 44


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


CPSA at Universal (title), ppd. 2/21

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