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High School Highlights: New Trier’s Beanblossom goes 3-under par; Trevs soccer remains unbeaten

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

Regina 167, Wheeling 180

Madison Maloney won medalist honors with a 40 to lead the Panthers on Wednesday, Sept. 15, at the Glenview Golf Club.

New Trier 165, Evanston 195

Peyton Sichol fired a 39 and Siara Patel a 40 to lead the Trevs past the ‘Kits in the conference match Tuesday, Sept. 14.

New Trier 152, Deerfield 178

Amy Beanblossom went one under par (35) to medal in the conference-crossover match Monday, Sept. 13.

Carter and Peyton Sichol shot a 38 each to chip in for New Trier.

Waukegan Invite

Amy Beanblossom shot a three-under-par 69 to earn medalist honors at the tournament and lead the Trevs to the team championship over Hinsdale Central on Saturday, Sept. 11.

New Trier defeats Niles West

Myles Cunningham and Alex Creamean each carded a 35 in the Trevians’ conference win Tuesday, Sept. 14.

Deerfield Invite

James Pryor shot a 71 and Gage Johnson a 72 to lead New Trier (292) to the title of the Deerfield Invite on Saturday, Sept. 11, at Twin Orchard.

Ryan Banas carded a 71 to finish second overall for ninth-place Loyola Academy.

New Trier 4, Niles West 0

Matthew Perchik netted two goals and added an assist in the Trevians conference win Tuesday, Sept. 14, in Skokie.

Ronan O’Neill and Kevin Farina added goals, while Aidan Nicholson and Ely Wilson notched assists for New Trier (7-0-1).

Loyola 10, St. Francis de Sales 0

After scoring five goals in the first five minutes, the Ramblers cruised to the road-match win Tuesday, Sept. 14, in Chicago

North Shore Country Day 3, Northridge Prep 2 (2OT)

Evan Fortier tallied two goals and Walter Luglio one in the Raiders league win Tuesday, Sept. 14.

New Trier 2, Vernon Hills 0

Ronan O’Neill scored off a Matthew Perchik assist to lead the Trevs to victory Saturday, Sept. 11.

Aidan Crawford recorded his fourth shutout of the season for New Trier.

North Shore Country Day 7, Beacon Academy 0

The Raiders earned the victory on Friday, Sept. 10.

Loyola 8, Providence 1

The Ramblers topped the Celtics in a conference crossover bout on Thursday, Sept. 9, in Glenview.

Wheaton Classic

Mia McGrath racked up 21 kills as Loyola Academy (16-1) defeated Geneva and Homewood-Flossmoor in straight sets to win their tournament pool on Wednesday, Sept. 15.

Ava Bogan totaled eight kills and Gabby Charlier 19 assists in the two Ramblers wins.

DePaul College Prep 25-25, Regina Dominican 22-19

Maya Kozik finished with four kills for the Panthers in the loss Wednesday, Sept. 15.

Vanesa Hoxha added 10 assists and seven digs for Regina.

Loyola 25-26, St. Ignatius 10-24

Mia McGrath totaled seven kills, three aces and seven digs to guide the Ramblers to their 14th win on Tuesday, Sept. 14.

Catherine Burke added three blocks and three aces for Loyola (14-1, 1-0) in its conference opener.

Regina 25-25, Lake Forest Academy 19-18

Lia Waltz and Haneefa Adam notched five kills apiece in the Panthers’ win Thursday, Sept. 9.

New Trier 7, Glenbrook North 1

Keri Rotherberg hung on for a 6-4, 4-6 (10-7) victory at No. 2 singles to help the Trevs to the conference win Tuesday, Sept. 14, in Winnetka.

Coco Zabel and Luciana Parrilli won 6-3, 6-2 at top doubles, while Madison Liu won 6-0, 6-1 at top singles for New Trier.

Fenwick Quad

Behind two third-place relay finishes, Regina Dominican took third as a team in the four-team meet Tuesday, Sept. 14.

DePaul Prep Invite

Nora McCabe took 12th overall (20 minutes 8 seconds) to guide Regina Dominican to seventh out of 15 teams at the invite Saturday, Sept. 11.

On the boys side, Robert Hansell took 24th overall for North Shore Country Day.

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