Tuesday’s high school basketball scores

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Longwood’s Da’Qwon Hargrove (11) works around the defense of Perspective-MSA’s Keshan Ramsey.

Longwood’s Da’Qwon Hargrove (11) works around the defense of Perspective-MSA’s Keshan Ramsey.

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Tuesday, February 8, 2022

PUBLIC LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP

Quarterfinals

Young 68, Hyde Park 60

Kenwood 68, Orr 57

Simeon 66, Morgan Park 37

Curie 90, Clark 80 (2OT)

CHICAGO CATHOLIC BLUE

DePaul Prep 49, Brother Rice 39

Fenwick 49, St. Laurence 43

Leo 59, St. Rita 57

Loyola 43, Mount Carmel 40

CHICAGO CATHOLIC WHITE

Montini 66, Marmion 58

Providence 70, St. Francis de Sales 41

St. Ignatius 51, De La Salle 47

DUKANE

Geneva 59, St. Charles East 56

St. Charles North 39, Lake Park 36

FOX VALLEY

Burlington Central 62, Jacobs 18

Crystal Lake South 56, Cary-Grove 26

Dundee-Crown 58, Prairie Ridge 36

Hampshire 66, Crystal Lake Central 46

Huntley 48, McHenry 36

ILLINOIS CENTRAL EIGHT

Streator 54, Manteno 39

INDEPENDENT

Latin 51, North Shore 43

Northridge 69, Morgan Park Academy 19

Parker 60, Lake Forest Academy 28

INTERSTATE EIGHT

Kaneland 68, LaSalle-Peru 39

KISHWAUKEE RIVER

Richmond-Burton 51, Marengo 40

Woodstock 53, Harvard 37

Woodstock North 68, Johnsburg 55

LAKE SHORE

British School 59, Roycemore 22

Lycee 57, Wolcott 51

METRO SUBURBAN BLUE

Riverside-Brookfield 86, Wheaton Academy 67

St. Francis 65, Timothy Christian 53

NORTH SUBURBAN

Libertyville 59, Warren 42

Stevenson 51, Lake Zurich 41

Zion-Benton at Waukegan

NORTHERN LAKE COUNTY

Antioch 46, Round Lake 24

Grant 62, North Chicago 42

Grayslake Central 57, Lakes 56 (OT)

Wauconda 75, Grayslake North 58

SOUTH SUBURBAN BLUE

Tinley Park 60, TF South 52

SOUTH SUBURBAN CROSSOVER

Richards 76, TF North 66

SOUTHWEST SUBURBAN BLUE

Homewood-Flossmoor 56, Sandburg 39

Lockport 64, Lincoln-Way East 57

SOUTHWEST SUBURBAN RED

Bradley-Bourbonnais 79, Lincoln-Way Central 69

Stagg 55, Andrew 35

UPSTATE EIGHT

Bartlett 82, East Aurora 57

Fenton 58, Glenbard East 43

Larkin 72, Glenbard South 42

South Elgin 78, Elgin 28

West Chicago 76, Streamwood 58

NONCONFERENCE

Bolingbrook 67, Neuqua Valley 61

Cristo Rey 60, Intrinsic-Downtown 54

Elgin Academy 57, Christian Heritage 35

Elk Grove 38, Maine West 31

Glenbrook North 49, Prospect 42

Glenbrook South 89, Rolling Meadows 82

Highland Park 42, Lake Forest Academy 41

Hinckley-Big Rock 80, Westminster Christian 60

Hoffman Estates 56, Hersey 50

Jones 59, Holy Trinity 29

Lemont 81, Hinsdale South 49

Leyden 69, Argo 60

Lisle 56, Westmont 40

Longwood 69, Thornwood 61

Minooka 75, Shepard 42

Mooseheart 65, Hiawatha 34

Naperville Central 66, Oswego 59

Niles West 49, Addison Trail 19

Oak Forest 61, Plainfield South 44

Oak Lawn 54, Hansberry 29

Oswego East 59, Waubonsie Valley 43

Ottawa Marquette 87, Serena 76

Palatine 52, Buffalo Grove 31

Peotone 58, Dwight 37

Perspectives-MSA 61, Mather 57

Plainfield North 59, Nazareth 39

Plano 59, Indian Creek 29

Reed-Custer 64, Beecher 50

Rochelle Zell 46, Elmwood Park 33

Seneca 65, Earlville 53

U-High 75, Intrinsic-Belmont 38

Westlake Christian 60, Christian Life 58

Wheeling 55, Ridgewood 34

Wilmington 64, Gardner-South Wilmington 40

Yorkville 54, Evergreen Park 53

Bremen at Ag. Science

Maine South at Proviso West, ppd. 2/9

NOBLE LEAGUE TOURNAMENT

Quarterfinals

Butler 64, Muchin 55

Johnson 56, Rauner 41

Comer 60, Noble Street 48

UIC Prep 48, Bulls Prep 40

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