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High School Highlights: Loyola soccer wins tourney; Ramblers Barry excels on mound, at plate

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

St. Rita 10, Loyola 6

Max Sawyer drove in two runs and had two hits for the Ramblers (7-6), who fell short again to the Mustangs Tuesday, May 4, in Glenview.

St. Rita 11, Loyola 1

The Ramblers dropped their league opener Monday, May 3, on Chicago’s South Side.

New Trier 14, Maine East 0

Andy Pekar pitched the complete game for the Trevians (7-6) on Saturday, May 1.

St. Rita 10, New Trier 7

The Trevians fell in the nonconference matchup and half of a doubleheader on Saturday, May 1.

Loyola 15, Fenwick 0

Noah Klein banged a three-run home run and got the win after three scoreless innings on the mound for the Ramblers Saturday, May 1, in Glenview.

New Trier 14, Libertyville 2

Leo Miller socked a home run and had two RBI, while AJ Steinback added 3 RBI to lead the Trevians to the nonconference win Friday, April 30.

Glenbrook South 3, Loyola 0

Max Sawyer went five innings on the mound for the visiting Ramblers (6-4) during the nonconference loss Friday, April 30, in Glenview.

Loyola 13, Leo 0

Charley Radtke scored four runs to spark Loyola’s offensive outburst on the road Thursday, April 29, in Chicago.

Loyola 6, Providence 1

Mackenzie Barry drove in four runs and KK Raymond had three hits to pace the Ramblers’ offense in the victory Tuesday, May 4, in Glenview.

Barry also picked up the win with 13 strikeouts in 7 innings on the mound.

Ridgewood 6, Loyola 5

Bella Mulvaney recorded three hits for the Ramblers, who fell short on Monday, May 3, in Glenview.

Loyola 5, Lane Tech 0

Mackenzie struck out 13 while pitching a two-hit shutout for the Ramblers on Saturday, May 1.

KK Raymond had three hits and Hope Balourdos knocked in two runs for Loyola.

Loyola 9, New Trier 0

Mackenzie Barry had three hits and five RBI, while also pitching a three-hit shutout for the Ramblers in the rivalry win Friday, April 30, at New Trier.

New Trier 2, Evanston 0

Caroline Finnigan scored both goals for the Trevians (6-1-3) in the big conference win Wednesday, May 5.

Morgan Fagan added an assist for New Trier.

Libertyville 2, New Trier 1

Annie Paden tallied for the Trevs, but two second-half Wildcats’ goals were the difference on Saturday, May 1, during New Trier’s first loss.

Glenbrook South Quad Invite

Eva Pattison, Grace Ehlert and Ellie Bradley all made the All-Tournament team for Loyola Academy, which went 2-0-1 to win the two-day invite April 30-May 1.

The Ramblers tied Warren 0-0, beat Glenbrook South 2-0 and topped Buffalo Grove 2-0.

New Trier 3, Lane Tech 1

Caroline Finnigan, Kate Dobsch and Josie Noble scored a goal apiece as the Trevians picked up the nonconference win Friday, April 30, in Northfield.

New Trier 25-25, Evanston 15-20

The Trevians (2-4) picked up their second straight win over Evanston with the sweep on Wednesday, May 5.

Loyola 25-25, St. Rita 16-19

Ryan Merk (6 kills), Dawson Kimball (5 kills) and Michael Tilmont (4 kills) led the Ramblers’ attack in the conference sweep Tuesday, May 4.

Sebastian Park added 2 aces and Mark Gonzalez 4 blocks for Loyola (14-2, 3-0).

Libertyville Quad

Ryan Merk racked up 30 kills in three matches as the Ramblers finished 2-1 in the event on Saturday, May 1.

Loyola lost to Stevenson 15-25, 25-18, 25-20 and best Libertyville 25-16, 25-20 and St. Viator 25-16, 25-11.

Casey McMenamin had 17 digs in the match with Stevenson and 13 more in the win over St. Viator.

Loyola 20, Fenwick 2

Will Maheras and Sean Cronin tallied four goals apiece to lead the Ramblers on Tuesday, May 4.

New Trier 14, St. Viator 8

The Trevians hang on for the win Saturday, May 1, in Northfield.

New Trier 19, Vernon Hills 3

The Trevs remained unbeaten with the victory on Friday, April 30.

Loyola 16, St. Rita 6

The Ramblers opened their 2021 season with a victory on Thursday, April 29.

Loyola 18, St. Ignatius 4

Maley Starr scored six goals as the Ramblers took care of Ignatius on Thursday, May 5, to move to 6-0.

Loyola 13, Jones Prep 8

Seniors David Kolssak, Jack Walberer, Nate Mendes and Tony Cardenas were celebrated before the Ramblers grabbed a home win on senior night Monday, May 3.

Loyola 9, Evanston 7

Jack Walberer scored five goals, while goalie Jonas Brock recorded 12 saves for the Ramblers on Saturday, May 1.

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

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