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High School Highlights: Ramblers boys soccer claims CCL title; Boys volleyball, baseball and softball seasons are underway

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

Loyola 2, Mount Carmel 0

Dylan Gripman and Michael Sullivan scored a goal apiece to lead the Ramblers to a conference-clinching victory Saturday, April 17, in Chicago.

Loyola finished 11-1 overall and as champions of the Chicago Catholic League at 9-0.

Evanston 1, New Trier 0

The Trevs fell in the season finale Saturday, April 17, and finished the season 13-4-1.

Loyola 3, St. Ignatius 0

Tommy Zipprich scored twice and Dylan Gripman once to lead the Ramblers to the league win Thursday, April 17.

New Trier 2, Glenbrook South 0

Dante Mitchell and Jake Krueger tallied for the Trevs in the CSL South victory Thursday, April 15.

New Trier 5, Vernon Hills 0

Kate Dobsch scored two goals to lead the Trevs (3-0-1) to the CSL crossover win Wednesday, April 21.

New Trier 2, Prospect 0

Morgan Fagan and Kendall Sierens both scored in the first half of the Trevs’ nonconference win Monday, April 19, in Mount Prospect.

New Trier 0, Barrington 0

Wynne Hague got the shutout in goal for the Trevs, who battled to a draw in the nonconference bout Saturday, April 17.

New Trier 10, Fremd 0

Dalton Hastings struck out six while pitching a complete game for the victorious Trevians (3-2) on Wednesday, April 17, in Palatine.

A.J. Steinback added two hits and three RBI for New Trier.

St. Laurence 12, New Trier 6

Tarak Jha knocked in two runs, while Alex Calarco picked up two hits for the Trevians on Tuesday, April 20, in Chicago.

New Trier 2, Prospect 1

Dylan Huang threw a two-hit shutout, while striking out nine, to lead the Trevians to victory Saturday, April 17, in Winnetka.

Graham Mastros and Alex Calarco knocked in runs for New Trier.

Glenbrook North 11, Loyola 7

Noah Klein had two hits and two RBI, while Ed Mahoney added two RBI for the Ramblers (2-2) in the nonconference loss Saturday, April 17, in Northbrook.

Loyola 7, Evanston 5

Charley Radtke went 2-for-4 with 2 RBI to lead the Ramblers to victory Friday, April 16, in Glenview.

Max Sawyer picked up the win and Sean Baum the save for Loyola.

Loyola 5, Nazareth 4

Mackenzie Barry struck out 13 and picked up the win for the host Ramblers on Saturday, April 17, in Glenview.

Prospect 3, Loyola 1

Mackenzie Barry tallied 12 strikeouts in a quality outing for the host Ramblers in the loss Monday, April 19, in Glenview.

Loyola 25-25, Niles West 18-22

Roan Regnier tallied 20 assists and 4 kills to lead Loyola to the nonconference win Tuesday, April 20.

Ryan Merk led the offense with 8 kills, while Dawson Kimbell added 4 and Michael Tilmont 2.

Mike Hulett Spring Fling
Loyola advances to gold pool

Ryan Merk had 8 kills in each of the Ramblers’ wins Saturday, April 17, in pool play of the tournament in Wilmette.

Dawson Kimbell had 5 kills in Loyola’s 25-14, 25-17 win over Payton and Sebastian Park added 7 kills in the 25-15, 25-18 win over Lake Forest.

Loyola 25-25, Notre Dame 8-14

Ryan Merk finished with 7 kills, while Sebastian Park had 5 aces in the Ramblers’ victory Friday, April 16.

Ron Regnier (13 assists) and Casey McMenamin (6 digs) also chipped in for Loyola.

New Trier 22, Highland Park 0

The Trevs took care of the Giants on Tuesday, April 20, in Northfield.

New Trier 13, Glenbrook South 7

The Trevians came back from a 6-4 halftime deficit to claim victory Monday, April 19.

Loyola 16, York 3

Ellie Lazzaretto scored five times to lead the Ramblers on Monday, April 19.

Maley Starr and Sloan Trapp added a pair of goals each for Loyola (3-0)

Loyola 12, New Trier 7

Ellie Lazzaretto tallied four goals and Adirenne Leone had three for the visiting Ramblers on Saturday, April 17, in Northfield.

Compiled from reported and published scores by the teams listed. To report a score and highlight, send a message to

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