A summary of preps sports competition from area schools over the past week
New Trier 16, Glenbrook South 6
The Trevs used a 12-goal first-half run to top the Titans on Wednesday, May 12, in Glenview.
Loyola 15, Hinsdale 7
Ellie Lazzaretto scored 7 times as the Ramblers remained unbeaten on the year with a victory over the Red Devils on Monday, May 10.
New Trier 21, Glenbrook North 7
New Trier rolled past the Spartans with a strong offensive showing on Monday, May 10.
New Trier 10, Glenbrook North 4
The Trevs battled out a conference victory over the Spartans on Wednesday, May 12.
Loyola 15, Libertyville 6
The Ramblers remained unbeaten with the victory on Monday, May 10
Loyola 23, Stevenson 2
Will Maheras and Connor DiTomasso each netted four goals and multiple assists for the Ramblers during their resounding win over the Patriots on Thursday,May 7.
New Trier 3, Glenbrook South 0
Elizabeth Marquardt tallied two goals while Morgan Fagan also found the back of the net for the Trevians as they bested conference foe Glenbrook South on Tuesday, May 11.
Loyola 2, Fenwick 0
The Ramblers won their fifth straight match, knocking off GCAC rival Fenwick on Tuesday, May 11, in Glenview.
Montini 2, Regina 1
Maeve Gibbons scored a goal for the Panthers but they were unable to overcome Montini on Tuesday, May 11
Regina 6, Trinity 1
Five Panthers — Mae O’Regan, Mary Storino, Laura Strenk (2), Muriel Reese and Maeve Newton — tallied goals as they bested Trinity on Saturday, May 8.
New Trier 2, Stevenson 0
Caroline Finnigan scored a pair of goals off Morgan Fagan corner kicks to power the Trevs (8-1-3) to victory Saturday, May 8.
Loyola 25-25, Montini 19-16
Ryan Merk and Dawson Kimbell led the Ramblers with six kills each as they defeated Montini in a two-set CCL crossover on Tuesday, May 11.
Michael Tilmount (4 kills), Sabastian Park (3 kills, 1 ace) and Roan Regnier (21 assists) also delivered strong performances for Loyola.
Loyola 25-25, St. Ignatius 25-15
John Ebeling had 4 kills while Merk delivered 3 of his own alongside 3 aces to lead the Ramblers past the Wolfpack on Monday, May 10.
New Trier 25-25, Niles North 20-19
The Trevs swept Niles North in two sets to earn the win on Thursday, May 6
Ryan Merk (14 kills), Michael Tilmont (12 kills) and Sebastian Park (10 kills) led Loyola to a thrilling 22-25, 25-17, 34-32 victory over Deerfield to cap a 3-0 day for the Ramblers on Saturday, May 8.
Roan Regnier averaged 21 assists per match (64 total) in the quad, which included Loyola wins over Prospect (25-20, 25-14) and Lake Zurich (25-11, 25-17).
Mark Gonzalez tallied 4 blocks in the win over Lake Zurich and 3 kills and 3 blocks in the win over Prospect.
New Trier 8, Glenbrook South 7
Ryan Kaestle, Charlie Brodell and Louis Florida all had multiple hits for the Trevs as they completed a two-game sweep of the Titans on Wednesday, May 12.
Loyola 9, Brother Rice 2
Liam Zidar dominated on the bump for the Ramblers, allowing no runs over seven innings of work on Tuesday, May 11.
Noah Klein scored three runs while driving in two, and Eddy Mahoney plated three Ramblers.
New Trier 5, Glenbrook South 0
Dalton Hastings twirled a gem for the Trevs, firing six shutout innings with six strikeouts for the Trevs.
Brenden Stressler drove in two runs during New Trier’s May 11 win.
Brother Rice 9, Loyola 2
Mikey Regan smacked two hits for the Ramblers but they were unable to overcome the hot bats of the Crusaders.
New Trier 4, Highland Park 2
Andy Pekar did not allowed an earned run over six innings while allowing just four hits during the Trevs May 8 win over the Giants in Game 1 of a doubleheader.
New Trier 14, Highland Park 1
Jackson Rover led New Trier to its second win of the day with four innings of one-run ball. Brodell added two hits and drove in three runs.
Providence 9, Loyola 4
Zidar fired three scoreless innings but Providence plated nine runs to upend the Ramblers on May 8.
Evanston 9, New Trier 3
The Wildkits bested the Trevs with a strong offensive showing on May 11.
Loyola 2, St. Laurence 1
Mackenzie Barry struck out six batters over seven sharp innings to give the Ramblers a narrow win on May 11.
Saint Viator 10, Regina 0
Sophie Hoffman belted a double and Kenzie Johnson reached based twice but the Panthers could not overcome Saint Viator on Monday, May 10.
Loyola 3, Fenwick 0
Mackenzie Barry pitched seven shutout innings and KK Raymond drove in three Ramblers to lead Loyola past the Friars on Monday, May 10.
New Trier 12, Zion Benton 5
New Trier plated a dozen runs to get back on track with a victory on Friday, May 7.
Regina 16, Willows Academy 0
Liv Funk dominated on both sides of the field with three hits at the plate and six strikeouts on the mound on Friday, May 7.
Nora Grillo ripped two hits at the plate for Regina.
BOYS WATER POLO
Loyola 18, Mount Carmel 4
The Ramblers rolled by the Caravan with a strong showing on Wednesday, May 12.
GIRLS WATER POLO
Naperville Central 10, New Trier 6
The Redhawks edged New Trier in a close nonconference matchup on Monday, May 10.
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