A summary of preps sports competition from area schools over the past week
GIRLS WATER POLO
New Trier 10, York 8
New Trier advanced to the IHSA state semifinals with a close win over the York Dukes on Wednesday, May 26, in Oak Park.
New Trier 1, Glenbrook South 0
Charlotte Dellin finished off a pinpoint pass from Mia Sedgwick to give the Trevians the only goal they needed to beat the Titans on Tuesday, May 25, on senior night in Northfield.
Loyola 4, Mother McAuley 0
The Ramblers continued their winning ways by earning their ninth-straight victory over Mother McAuley on Tuesday, May 25.
North Shore Country Day 4, Francis Parker 3
Eun Hae Lillig scored a late penalty kick to help the Raiders earn a close win over Francis Parker on Tuesday, May 25.
Regina 4, Willows Academy 0
Laura Strenk had two goals, while Mary Storino and Maeve Gibbons also found the back of the net during Regina’s road win on Saturday, May 22.
New Trier 7, Niles West 0
Caroline Finnigan, Anna Marshall, Ceci Troglia and Sybil Evans all netted goals for New Trier as it blew by the Wolfpack on Friday, May 21.
Loyola 9, St. Laurence 8
Morgan Van Horn crushed two home runs while driving in four runs to lead the Ramblers past St. Laurence on Tuesday, May 25.
Regina 7, De La Salle 6
Emma Delaney’s walk-off double in the seventh allowed the Panthers to earn a comeback win against De La Salle on Wednesday, May 26.
Sophie Hoffman finished 2-for-4 with a single, a double and a run scored. Kenzie Johnson was 3-4 with two RBI and two runs scored
Evanston 13, New Trier 11
The Wildkits outlasted the Trevians in a high-scoring affair on Tuesday, May 25, in Winnetka.
Loyola 14, Fenwick 4
KK Raymond, Mackenzie Barry and Bella Mulvaney all delivered three-hit performances while Morgan Van Horn plated five runs during the Ramblers’ victory over the Friars on Monday, May 24.
Montini Catholic 4, Loyola 3
KK Raymond and Mackenzie Barry each smacked two hits by Loyola could not overcome a four-run fifth inning from Montini on Friday, May 20.
Loyola 16, Maine West 1
Connor Lasch belted hit his first home run of the year and Roger Simon earned the victory on the bump as the Ramblers rocked the Warriors on Tuesday, May 25.
Maine South 11, New Trier 1
The Hawks plated 11 runs to top New Trier in the first of two meaningful late-season CSL South matchups on Tuesday, May 25.
North Shore Country Day 10, Elgin Academy 0
The Raiders shut down Elgin while scoring 10 runs in a victory on Tuesday, May 25.
New Trier 11, St Viator 1
Dalton Hastings fired a complete game shutout, allowing just two hits as the Trevs earned the nonconference win Saturday, May 21.
New Trier 8, Notre Dame 5
Alex Calarco crushed a home run and drove in three runs and Brenden Stressler had two RBI to pace New Trier’s offense during its three-run win over the Dons on Friday, May 20.
New Trier 18, Maine South 2
The Trevians remained unbeaten with a dominant win over the Hawks on Wednesday, May 26, in Northfield.
Loyola 14, Grayslake 3
The Ramblers topped Grayslake with a well-rounded performance on Wednesday, May 26, in Glenview.
New Trier 18, Evanston 6
New Trier bested rival Evanston with a 12-goal win at home on Saturday, May 21.
Loyola 6, Warren 4
Loyola bounced back after a tough loss to rival New Trier to earn a win over the Blue Devils on Friday, May 20.
Loyola 12, Hinsdale 7
Caroline Smith made several key saves while Ellie Lazzaretto, Maley Starr, and Adrienne Leone netted key goals during Loyola’s win on Wednesday, May 26. The win pushed the Ramblers record to a perfect 16-0
Saint Laurence 9, Regina 8
The Panthers dropped a close game on the road on Wednesday, May 26.
New Trier 19, Oak Park and River Forest 2
The Huskies proved to be no match for the Trevians as New Trier scored early and often during their Tuesday, May 25, win.
Loyola 18, Lyons 1
Thirteen first-half goals helped pace the Ramblers on Tuesday, May 25.
Niles West 39-25, New Trier 37-20
The Wolfpack bested New Trier in two sets on Wednesday, May 26.
St. Rita 25-27, Loyola 25-22
The Ramblers fell short against the Mustangs but still earned a share of the CCL Blue Division on Tuesday, May 25.
The Record is a nonprofit, nonpartisan community newsroom that relies on reader support to fuel its independent local journalism.
Subscribe to The Record to fund responsible news coverage for your community.
Already a subscriber? You can make a tax-deductible donation at any time.
Martin Carlino is a co-founder and the senior editor who assigns and edits The Record stories, while also bylining articles every week. Martin is an experienced and award-winning education reporter who was the editor of The Northbrook Tower.