Wednesday’s high school basketball scores

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DeKalb’s Davon Grant (23) hangs in the air as he shoots and hits a short jumper against Neuqua Valley.

DeKalb’s Davon Grant (23) hangs in the air as he shoots and hits a short jumper against Neuqua Valley.

Allen Cunningham/For the Sun-Times

Wednesday, February 15, 2023

Boys Basketball

CENTRAL SUBURBAN CHAMPIONSHIP

New Trier 52, Niles North 31

DUKANE

Batavia 62, St. Charles North 41

Lake Park 40, Geneva 28

St. Charles East 65, Wheaton North 53

Wheaton-Warrenville South 46, Glenbard North 28

INDEPENDENT

U-High 61, Latin 52

KISHWAUKEE RIVER

Harvard 86, Marengo 73

Johnsburg 59, Richmond-Burton 46

MID-SUBURBAN CHAMPIONSHIP

Palatine 54, Rolling Meadows 52

NORTH SUBURBAN

Lake Forest 57, Zion-Benton 37

Warren 51, Lake Zurich 38

NORTHEASTERN

Alden-Hebron 72, Mooseheart 38

SOUTHWEST SUBURBAN BLUE

Bolingbrook 70, Sandburg 51

NONCONFERENCE

Argo 72, Phoenix 45

Cristo Rey 63, Lycee 62

Eisenhower 65, Hansberry 63

Evergreen Park 63, Providence 35

Genoa-Kingston 70, Sycamore 63

Harlan 57, EPIC 46

Johnson 62, Vocational 58

Kennedy 74, Juarez 56

Lane 66, Von Steuben 46

Legal Prep 77, Noble Academy 67

Marmion 84, Bartlett 64

Morgan Park 72, Gary Lighthouse, Ind. 67

Morgan Park Academy 63, Cruz 36

Noble Street 56, Speer 51

North Shore 52, Amundsen 41

Ogden 65, Prosser 60

Payton 62, Oak Forest 57

St. Laurence 72, St. Francis de Sales 60

Schurz 59, Clemente 46

Shepard 59, Southland 26

Woodstock North 52, Harvest Christian 47

Yeshiva 65, Beacon 46

Alcott at Senn

Catalyst-Maria at Brooks

CHICAGO PREP TOURNAMENT

Championship Round

Christ the King 68, Ida Crown 42 (title)

Hope Academy 71, Walther Christian 65

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