Glencoe, Sports

High School Highlights: Trevs boys move into co-lead of CSL South; Soccer starts out with win

A summary of preps sports competition from area schools over the past week

Fenwick 52, Loyola 49

Scotty Dean (19 points) and Vaughn Pemberton (13) were in double digits for the Ramblers, who lost on a buzzer-beater Wednesday, March 10, in Oak Park.

New Trier 57, Deerfield 41

Will Geis and Jackson Munro recorded 12 points apiece as the Trevs picked up their 10th win in 11 tries Tuesday, March 9.

Finn Cohan added 11 points and Jake Fiegen 10 for New Trier.

Loyola 42, Marian Central Catholic 35

Scotty Dean finished with 15 points and Connor Casper with 9 rebounds in the Ramblers’ road win Tuesday, March 9, in Woodstock.

New Trier 64, Glenbrook South 63

Jackson Murno’s 19 points led the Trevs’ comeback effort Monday, March 8, that moved them into a tie atop the Central Suburban South.

Jake Fiegen, Josh Kirkpatrick and Karlo Colak chipped in 9 points each for New Trier.

New Trier 35, Evanston 34

Josh Kirkpatrick scored the game-winner en route to 9 points in the Trevs’ big league win Saturday, March 6.

Jackson Munro had a team-high 10 points for New Trier.

Notre Dame 38, Loyola 26

Vaughn Pemberton had a team-high 9 points and 4 rebounds as the visiting Ramblers fell to the highly ranked Dons on Saturday, March 6.

New Trier 47, Deerfield 30

The visiting Trevs topped the Warriors in the CSL crossover battle Tuesday, March 9.

Loyola 51, Glenbrook South 31

The visiting Ramblers (17-2) topped their nonconference opponent Monday, March 8, in Glenview.

Stevenson 67, New Trier 55

The Trevians were bested in the nonconference matchup Monday, March 8, in Winnetka.

New Trier 6, Highland Park 2

Will Frazen scored two goals to lead the Trevs to their season-opening win Tuesday, March 9.

Nate Tanner got the win in goal while saving a penalty kick for New Trier.

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