High School Highlights: McGrath, Ramblers win 32-team invite; Trevs golfers stay hot
A summary of preps sports competition from area schools over the past week
Loyola 25-27, Glenbrook North 20-25
Molly Power recorded 8 kills and 4 blocks as the Ramblers topped their nonconference foe on Tuesday, Aug. 31.
Gabby Charlier chipped in 13 assists, 4 aces and 3 digs for unbeaten Loyola (7-0).
Regina Dominican 25-25, North Shore Country Day 12-6
Gabi Kerrigan and Maggie Kevin recorded 5 kills apiece in the Panthers’ local win Tuesday, Aug. 31, in Wilmette.
Vanesa Hoxha added 6 aces for Regina Dominican.
Mia McGrath was named the tournament MVP after leading Loyola Academy to a championship on Saturday, Aug. 28.
Molly Power and Catherine Burke joined McGrath on the All-Tournament team of the 32-team invite that saw the Ramblers top Plainfield North (25-19, 21-25, 25-18), Wheaton-Warrenville South (25-20, 25-16) and then Nazareth (25-22, 25-15) to claim the title.
North Shore Country Day 5, Francis Parker 1
Mason Roberts-Jones scored three times and Walter Luglio twice as the Raiders picked up a league win Tuesday, Aug. 31 in Winnetka.
New Trier 2, Grayslake Central 0
Evan Kanellos and James Paden tallied in the Trevs’ first victory of the year Saturday, Aug. 28, during the Northside College Showcase in Northfield.
Aidan Crawford earned the shutout in goal for New Trier (1-0-1)
Loyola 1, Libertyville 0
Ryan Leider’s goal gave the Ramblers the victory Saturday, Aug. 28, in the Northside College Showcase hosted by New Trier.
Notre Dame 1, North Shore Country Day 0
The Raiders fell in the championship game of the Don-Raider Cup Saturday, Aug. 28, in Wilmette.
Nick Potter, Benji Leonetti and Tae Won Lillig were named to the All-Tournament team for NSCD.
New Trier 0, Glenbard East 0
Aiden Crawford picked up two saves in the shutout in the Trevians’ season-opening draw Aug. 26 in Northfield.
New Trier 12, Homewood-Flossmoor 0
The host Trevians rolled to victory on Tuesday, Aug. 31, in Northfield.
Loyola 1, Evanston 0 (OT)
Greta Kavanagh scored in overtime off a cross from Sophia Anthony to give the Ramblers the victory Tuesday, Aug. 31.
Lake Forest 3, New Trier 1
The visiting Trevians fell to their familiar foe on Monday, Aug. 30, in a battle of the state’s best in Lake Forest.
Loyola 3, Deerfield 0
Charlotte Burke, Greta Kavanaugh and Caroline Southwell scored for the Ramblers in their win Aug. 26.
North Shore Country Day 3, Naperville North 2
The Raiders outlasted the Huskies in a nonconference bout Aug. 26.
Regina 4, Wolcott 3
Emma Bevenour and Abbey Schurr picked up a tight 7-6, 6-4 win at top doubles for the Panthers, who swept the doubles matches to earn the win Tuesday, Aug. 31, at Locust Park in Wilmette.
New Trier tops Maine South
James Pryor is low man for the Trevs with a 35 and is followed closely by Gage Johnson (36), Will Leber (37) and Alex Felicione (37) in the conference win Tuesday, Aug. 31.
St. Viator Invitational
Dusty Karmin and Luke Madigan shot 74 each to lead North Shore Country Day (311 strokes) to third overall in the tournament on Saturday, Aug. 28.
Loyola Academy (314) tied for fourth.
New Trier edges Glenbrook North
Will Leber’s 33 led the way for the Trevs, who won with a fifth-score tiebreak using a 37 recorded by both Alex Creamean and Tyler Greenspan on Aug. 26.
New Trier 159, Glenbrook North 171
Carter Sichol was the meet medalist after carding a 36 to lead the Trevians to the win Wednesday, Sept. 1.
Regina 201, DePaul College Prep 221
Maggy Shaw and Lily Grill each shot a 49 to earn co-medalist honors and lead the Panthers to the win Tuesday, Aug. 31.
Conway Farms Invite
Peyton Sichol’s 75 was good enough to tie for second, while Amy Beanblossom’s 76 tied for fourth as New Trier (234) took second overall in the tournament Monday, Aug. 30, in Lake Forest.
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