Thursday’s high school basketball scores

All the scores from around the area.

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Hillcrest’s Darrion Baker (0) goes the basket against Wheaton Warrenville South’s Tyler Fawcestt (23) and Braylen Meredith (25).

Hillcrest’s Darrion Baker (0) goes the basket against Wheaton Warrenville South’s Tyler Fawcestt (23) and Braylen Meredith (25).

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Thursday, February 3, 2022

PUBLIC LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP

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

CENTRAL SUBURBAN SOUTH

Glenbrook South 58, Niles West 47

CHICAGO PREP

Rochelle Zell 50, Hope Academy 46

Walther Christian 60, Holy Trinity 50

METRO PREP

CPSA 69, Islamic Foundation 19

UPSTATE EIGHT

Glenbard South 57, Glenbard East 31

NONCONFERENCE

Bulls Prep 54, Ogden 49

Noble Street 66, Johnson 60

Schaumburg Christian 37, Alden-Hebron 35

Steinmetz 72, Muchin 56

Yorkville Christian 104, Westminster Christian 39

Cristo Rey at Garcia

Morgan Park Academy at Intrinsic-Downtown

ESCC TOURNAMENT

St. Viator 61, Marian Central 44

LITTLE TEN TOURNAMENT

Semifinals

Newark 51, Hinckley-Big Rock 34

Somonauk 56, Serena 43

PUBLIC LEAGUE BLUE

First Round

Goode 34, Washington 25

Bowen 77, Alcott 36

North-Grand 59, DuSable 43

Gage Park 48, Juarez 44

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