Saturday’s high school basketball scores

All the scores from the IHSA state playoff games.

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Burlington Central players are brought to their feat by Caden West’s (not pictured) ball as he drove to the basket against Huntley.

Burlington Central players are brought to their feat by Caden West’s (not pictured) ball as he drove to the basket against Huntley.

Allen Cunnningham/For the Sun-Times

Saturday, February 18, 2023

Boys Basketball

IHSA STATE PLAYOFFS

CLASS 4A REGIONAL QUARTERFINALS

WARREN

Zion-Benton 88, Round Lake 46

NILES NORTH

Elk Grove 76, Maine West 60

WEST CHICAGO

Glenbard East 65, West Chicago 44

STREAMWOOD

Streamwood 46, Elgin 45

RICH

Shepard 63, Reavis 57, OT

EISENHOWER

Eisenhower 70, Hubbard 30

OAK PARK-RIVER FOREST

Argo 85, Juarez 43

LANE

Proviso West 94, Kelly 15

JOLIET WEST

Joliet Central 78, Plainfield Central 46

CLASS 3A REGIONAL QUARTERFINALS

SCHURZ

Pritzker 53, Speer 42

LAKE FOREST

Senn 76, North Chicago 49

LAKES

Northside 76, Northtown 45

DEERFIELD

Amundsen 59, Mather 47

BROOKS

Crete-Monee 60, Washington 21

THORNTON

Thornridge 98, Vocational 44

BELVIDERE

Belvidere 73, Harvard 50

KANELAND

Plano 49, IMSA 31

WOODSTOCK

Crystal Lake Central 64, Woodstock 44

MORRIS

Morris 71, Rochelle 61

CLASS 2A REGIONAL QUARTERFINALS

NORTH LAWNDALE

Raby 73, Legal Prep 71

North Lawndale d. Cristo Rey (forfeit)

Orr 64, Rowe-Clark 48

CLEMENTE

Clemente 82, Golder 77

Ogden 71, Noble Street 47

DEPAUL PREP

Noble Academy 74, Marine 26

Holy Trinity 56, Disney 23

CRANE

Intrinsic-Downtown 42, Phoenix 38

Farragut 64, DRW Prep 33

Crane 79, Rauner 63

SOUTH SHORE

Harlan 62, EPIC 25

Longwood d. South Shore (forfeit)

Leo 57, Butler 30

DYETT

U-High d. Woodlawn (forfeit)

King 74, DuSable 23

DUNBAR

Chicago Military 63, Soto 33

UP-Bronzeville 125, Garcia 30

JOLIET CATHOLIC

Chicago Christian 60, Carver 48

Julian 52, Southland 41

GENOA-KINGSTON

Genoa-Kingston 50, Aurora Central 39

Sandwich 82, Marengo 53

NORTHRIDGE

St. Martin 57, Rickover 47

Chicago Academy 54, Sullivan 18

LISLE

Montini 46, Westmont 43

Timothy Christian 59, Intrinsic-Belmont 33

ROCKFORD LUTHERAN

Marian Central 62, North Boone 57

Johnsburg 50, Richmond-Burton 44

MOMENCE

Manteno 60, Momence 58

Peotone 57, Herscher 45

SENECA

McNamara 64, Wilmington 54

Reed-Custer 70, Coal City 61

CLASS 1A REGIONAL QUARTERFINALS

CORLISS

Bowen 54, Excel-South Shore 37

Ellison 99, Hirsch 46

DWIGHT

Serena 68, Morgan Park Academy 29

Dwight 73, Gardner-South Wilmington 56

Putnam County 61, Unity Christian 32

Yorkville Christian 75, Fenger 48

MIDLAND

Newark 60, Henry-Senachwine 31

HORIZON-SOUTHWEST

UP-Englewood 71, Excel-Englewood 38

Chicago Richards 70, Amandla 50

Tilden 56, Horizon-Southwest 46

WATSEKA

Cornerstone Christian 81, Grace Christian 28

Watseka 47, Donovan 43

Grant Park 70, Cissna Park 49

St. Anne 76, Illinois Lutheran 37

LYCEE

Wolcott 65, Lycee Francais 36

Austin 75, Cruz 15

Beacon 77, Waldorf 51

WALTHER CHRISTIAN

Harvest Christian 90, Morton Grove Academy 31

Walther Christian 60, Christian Heritage 53

Ida Crown 71, Islamic Foundation 29

North Shore 61, Yeshiva 31

HINCKLEY-BIG ROCK

Mooseheart 59, CPSA 47

Rochelle Zell 51, Schaumburg Christian 22

Elgin Academy 66, Westminster Christian 34

MARSHALL

Marshall 98, Spry 22

Collins 55, Chicago Tech 53

Manley 120, UP-West 16

Providence-St. Mel 64, Horizon-McKinley 52

ASHTON-FRANKLIN CENTER

Ashton-Franklin Center 72, Indian Creek 56

SOUTH BELOIT

Somonauk 53, Polo 42

Durand 61, Hiawatha 45

The Latest
The boy was crossing the street in the 100 block of North Menard Avenue about 7:10 p.m. Wednesday when a driver struck him.
A boy and woman were in the 12400 block of South Lowe Avenue about 4:30 p.m. when a male driver of an SUV struck them and fled. The boy suffered a leg injury and was hospitalized in critical condition. The woman, 20, was in fair condition with an abrasion to her face.
''A lot of things can be said and a lot of things can be done. So no reason to sit back and be OK with what’s going on.’'
The catcher, batting .083 through Tuesday, is wearing prescription glasses for the first time, and he said he’s “seeing the ball better.”