Tuesday’s high school basketball scores

All the scores from around the area.

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Proviso West’s Rajan Roberts (3) and Marvin Stephens (5) battle for the ball against Kelly’s Mario Martinez (5).

Proviso West’s Rajan Roberts (3) and Marvin Stephens (5) battle for the ball against Kelly’s Mario Martinez (5).

Kirsten Stickney/For the Sun-Times

Tuesday, February 21, 2023

Boys Basketball

IHSA STATE PLAYOFFS

CLASS 4A REGIONAL SEMIFINALS

GENEVA

Geneva 49, Naperville Central 38

Glenbard West 54, Glenbard North 41

CLASS 1A REGIONAL SEMIFINALS

WALTHER CHRISTIAN

Harvest Christian 65, Walther Christian 58

Ida Crown 58, North Shore 43

Girls Basketball

IHSA STATE PLAYOFFS

CLASS 4A SECTIONAL SEMIFINALS

HIGHLAND PARK

Fremd 48, Lake Zurich 23

Hersey 70, Libertyville 55

NEW TRIER

Maine South 61, Glenbrook South 41

Loyola 69, York 66, OT

ROMEOVILLE

Bolingbrook 46, Lincoln-Way West 38

Homewood-Flossmoor 47, Lincoln-Way Central 34

GLENBARD WEST

Geneva 78, Lake Park 40

Batavia 52, St. Charles North 50

HAMPSHIRE

Barrington 55, Harlem 39

Rockford Guilford 59, South Elgin 38

WEST AURORA

Benet 60, Neuqua Valley 43

Waubonsie Valley 75, Naperville Central 65

PROVISO EAST

Kenwood 69, Mother McAuley 48

Young 63, Lyons 47

CLASS 3A SECTIONAL SEMIFINALS

HILLCREST

Marian Catholic 38, Kankakee 22

Morgan Park 64, Hillcrest 20

GOODE

Nazareth 77, De La Salle 34

St. Ignatius 48, Hyde Park 46

TRINITY

Trinity 52, Westinghouse 28

Fenwick 57, Resurrection 42

DEERFIELD

Carmel 58, Vernon Hills 23

Deerfield 77, Lake Forest 47

GLENBARD SOUTH

Montini 44, Burlington Central 41

Providence 47, Sycamore 36

CLASS 2A SECTIONAL SEMIFINALS

DEPAUL PREP

DePaul Prep 75, Latin 53

Regina 63, Clark 48

WINNEBAGO

Byron 58, Aurora Central 33

Stillman Valley 59, Marian Central 47

COAL CITY

Fieldcrest 56, McNamara 33

Peotone 55, St. Joseph-Ogden 39

TIMOTHY CHRISTIAN

Butler 49, Timothy Christian 29

Phillips 45, Perspectives-LA 21

CLASS 1A SECTIONAL SEMIFINALS

FENGER

Hope Academy 41, Orr 40

Morgan Park Academy 55, Ida Crown 50

SERENA

Newark 56, Willows 42

Serena 48, Hinckley-Big Rock 33

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