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High School Highlights: Ramblers best Trevs in baseball season opener; Trevs field hockey finishes unbeaten

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

New Trier 3, Maine South 3

Jake Krueger scored twice for the Trevians on senior night Tuesday, April 13, in Northfield.

Zack Moskowitz also scored a goal, while Dante Mitchell and Tommy Schindler recorded assists for New Trier.

Loyola 3, New Trier 0

Frank Miedema, Colin Redmond and Tommy Zipprich scored a goal each in the Ramblers’ revenge win over the Trevs on Saturday, April 10.

Loyola 25-25, Fenwick 19-15

Mia McGrath racked up 8 kills, while Jane Robertson added 4 blocks for the Ramblers on Wednesday, April 14.

Cate Howard chipped in 6 kills and Sarine Kalayijan 13 assists for Loyola.

Loyola 25-25, Lake Forest 23-19

The Ramblers picked up the nonconference sweep on senior night Monday, April 12, in Wilmette.

Loyola 12, Lane Tech 9

Jonas Brock recorded 9 saves for the Ramblers in the nonconference win Saturday, April 10.

New Trier 4, North Shore Country Day 0

The Trevs bested their local rivals Wednesday, April 14, to finish the 2021 season undefeated.

New Trier 2, Lake Forest 0

The Trevs topped the Scouts Monday, April 12, in a clash of perennial powers.

Loyola 7, New Trier 2

Max Sawyer knocked in three runs, while Haden Kriston and Mikey Regan had two hits apiece for the Ramblers in the season opener Tuesday, April 13.

Grahan Mastros socked a two-run home run for the Trevs.

New Trier 8, Hersey 7

The Trevians opened the season with a nonconference win Wednesday, April 13, in Winnetka.

Loyola 25-25, Warren 23-11

Ryan Merk (7 kills, 3 aces) and Sebastian Park (6 kills, 2 blocks) led the charge for the Ramblers in the season opener Tuesday, April 13, in Wilmette.

Roan Regnier had 16 assists and Casey McMenamin 7 digs for Loyola.

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