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#10 Glenbrook North (Northbrook) holds serve at home against #6 Evanston Township!!!!!

News and notes along with top performances from December 8th, 2022.

Josh Fridman Show carries Glenbrook North tonight against Evanston Township

Braeden Carlson big time performance for Wauconda tonight against North (Woodstock)

Simeon Career Academy (Chicago) wins big on the road at Prespectives Leadership (Chicago)

Evergreen Park upsets Oak Lawn at home.

#10 Glenbrook North (Northbrook) 71 #6 Evanston Township 59. The Josh Fridman Show. That's really all that needs to be said but I'll say some more. The 5'9" junior point guard controlled this Central Suburban South matchup from start to finish. Made great decisions in the half court, on the fast break, and against Evanston's pressure in the fourth quarter. He made a 25 foot three point shot at second quarter buzzer. He cramped up in the middle of the third quarter, had to go in and out to get stretched out by the trainer. Still he look very comfortable controlling this game on his home court. Missed a lot of the travel season with Fundamental U because of a shoulder injury, he's making up for lost time. Fridman had 21 points and 3 assists as he had a lot of hockey assists. This means he made the pass, then a teammate made another pass for a basket. Meanwhile 6'6" junior forward Patrick Schaller who's also a football player did enough inside to keep Evanston at bay. Schaller ended up with 16 points 7 rebounds and 5 assists. He also contributed to getting Evanston's senior forward Prince Adams in foul trouble. Adams has had a sensational start to the season, but was still productive in the little time he played. Adams had 10 points 5 rebounds 2 steals and 2 blocks. Evanston had an unofficial 18 turnovers in this game as they looked like a team with 5 transfers playing their eighth game of the season. Look for a better cohesive squad when these teams get together a second time. They also could play a possible third time in the Class 4A State Playoffs. In the meantime Evanston was led by senior guard Hunter Duncan 24 points 10 rebounds (double/double) 6 assists and 2 steals. Evanston sharpshooter senior guard Jonah Ross was limited to one three pointer and 9 points. Glenbrook North senior guard Ryan Cohen hit 6 of 7 free throws down the stretch to keep Evanston at bay. Cohen had 15 points hitting 12 free throws 5 rebounds and 3 steals. Glenbrook South goes to 7-0, 2-0 in conference. Evanston Township drops to 7-1, 1-1 in conference.

Top performances:

Braeden Carlson, Wauconda 34 points

Cesar Ortiz, North (Woodstock) 19 points.

Sam Lewis, Simeon Career Academy (Chicago) 22 points 6 rebounds

Miles Rubin, Simeon Career Academy (Chicago) 20 points 14 rebounds (double/double) 6 blocks

Rashard McKinnie, Simeon Career Academy (Chicago) 20 points

David Douglas Jr, Christian (Yorkville) 37 points

Ulises Cardenas, Evergreen Park 19 points

Jurrell Baldwin, Hyde Park (Chicago) 16 points 12 rebounds (double/double) 4 assists

Connor Murray, Lemont 22 points

Matas Castillo, Lemont 19 points

Nolan Sexton, Evergreen Park 18 points

Deshawn Nolan, Oak Forest 23 points

Jimmy Chancellor, Longwood 11 rebounds

Brett Gomez, Kennedy (Chicago) 22 points 9 assists

Damian Munoz, Argo (Summit) 24 points

Gianni Cobb, Perspectives Leadership (Chicago) 22 points 7 assists

KJ Cobb, Perspectives Leadership (Chicago) 22 points 6 rebounds

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