Thursday’s high school basketball scores

All the scores from around the area.

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Palatine’s Sam Millstone (5) and Rolling Meadows’ Mark Nikolich-Wilson (30) and Foster Ogbonna (14) battle for the ball.

Palatine’s Sam Millstone (5) and Rolling Meadows’ Mark Nikolich-Wilson (30) and Foster Ogbonna (14) battle for the ball.

Kirsten Stickney/For the Sun-Times

Thursday, February 16, 2023

Boys Basketball

FOX VALLEY

Hampshire 67, Prairie Ridge 56

Jacobs 64, Crystal Lake Central 53

METRO SUBURBAN BLUE

Wheaton Academy 48, Aurora Christian 44

NORTHERN LAKE COUNTY

Wauconda at Grant, ppd. 2/17

SOUTHLAND

Kankakee 71, Bloom 39

WEST SUBURBAN SILVER

Downers Grove North 71, Oak Park-River Forest 44

NONCONFERENCE

Ag. Science 87, Hancock 29

Chicago Academy 37, Solorio 35

Hinsdale South 65, Lincoln-Way West 56

Horizon-Southwest 56, Horizon-McKinley 39

Joliet Catholic 72, Coal City 45

Jones 71, EPIC 41

Juarez 55, South Shore 48

Kankakee Trinity 50, Donovan 47

Marian Catholic 50, De La Salle 42

Northridge 73, Christian Liberty 33

Perspectives-LA 78, UP-Englewood 56

Ridgewood 57, Timothy Christian 52

Soto 33, Mansueto 19

UP-Bronzeville 75, Muchin 70

Willowbrook 70, Plainfield Central 62

Kelly at Goode

Longwood at Bogan

METRO PREP TOURNAMENT

Islamic Foundation 57, Hinsdale Adventist 48

Girls Basketball

IHSA STATE PLAYOFFS

CLASS 4A REGIONAL FINALS

JACOBS

Barrington 54, Dundee-Crown 20

HERSEY

Hersey 78, Prospect 55

YOUNG

Young 71, Oak Lawn 39

MAINE WEST

Maine South 59, Maine West 29

DOWNERS GROVE SOUTH

Neuqua Valley 41, Downers Grove North 27

HOMEWOOD-FLOSSMOOR

Homewood-Flossmoor 56, Sandburg 31

GLENBROOK SOUTH

Glenbrook South 51, New Trier 39

WARREN

Fremd 52, Warren 19

LAKE ZURICH

Lake Zurich 66, Stevenson 46

NAPERVILLE CENTRAL

Naperville Central 71, Plainfield East 63

NAPERVILLE NORTH

Waubonsie Valley 50, Naperville North 45

LINCOLN-WAY CENTRAL

Lincoln-Way Central 59, Lincoln-Way East 44

NORMAL

Normal 60, Minooka 52

STAGG

Lincoln-Way West 57, Thornwood 49

RIVERSIDE-BROOKFIELD

Lyons 56, Hinsdale Central 33

LAKE PARK

Lake Park 41, Wheaton-Warrenville South 29

SOUTH ELGIN

South Elgin 47, Larkin 43

ST. CHARLES NORTH

St. Charles North 60, Wheaton North 27

ARGO

Mother McAuley 50, Argo 34

ANDREW

Bolingbrook 65, Marist 54

WEST CHICAGO

Batavia 63, Glenbard West 50

LOYOLA

Loyola 43, Evanston 30

YORKVILLE

Benet 57, Yorkville 34

CLASS 3A REGIONAL FINALS

ST. LAURENCE

Nazareth 73, St. Laurence 27

AG. SCIENCE

Kankakee 40, Evergreen Park 28

DE LA SALLE

De La Salle 56, Englewood STEM 18

HYDE PARK

Hyde Park 68, Perspectives-MSA 36

PROSSER

Trinity 71, Elmwood Park 6

PROVIDENCE

Providence 68, Lemont 48

OAK FOREST

Oak Forest 26, Hillcrest 18

VERNON HILLS

Vernon Hills 57, St. Viator 48

WOODSTOCK NORTH

Carmel 60, Crystal Lake Central 37

CLASS 2A REGIONAL FINALS

ROSARY

Marian Central 44, Sandwich 39

PARKER

DePaul Prep 68, Parker 11

NORTH LAWNDALE

Clark 51, Crane 42

LISLE

Butler 60, Joliet Catholic 29

MOMENCE

McNamara 50, Oakwood 14

REGINA

Regina 53, CMSA 23

WILMINGTON

Fieldcrest 36, Seneca 25

CLASS 1A REGIONAL FINALS

LYCEE

Ida Crown 48, North Shore 41

MORGAN PARK ACADEMY A

Morgan Park Academy 66, Corliss 8

MORGAN PARK ACADEMY B

Hope Academy 61, Fenger 25

ORR

Orr 74, Austin 24

DWIGHT

Serena 41, Ottawa Marquette 37

GRANT PARK

Watseka 40, Grant Park 32

PUTNAM COUNTY

Newark 48, Putnam County 23

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