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High School Highlights: New Trier, Loyola and NSCD golf teams earn league titles and plenty more

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

BOYS GOLF
Central Suburban League Tournament

Noah Zyung, a sophomore, was the conference medalist with a 71 to lead New Trier to second place in the tournament Wednesday, Sept. 22.

Alex Creamean, Charlie Colegrove and Gage Johnson all shot 77s, as the Trevians finished six strokes behind Glenbrook North. With New Trier as the regular-season champ, the Trevs and Spartans split the league title.

Chicago Catholic League Tournament

Ryan Banas’s 69 earned the Loyola golfer medalist honors and led the Ramblers to the leage championship on Wednesday, Sept. 22, at Cog Hill.

Independent School League

Luke Madigan (1st, 72), Dusty Karmin (2nd, 73), Hugo Hourihane (T5th, 78) and Robbie Black (7th, 79) all finished in the top 10 for North Shore Country, which set a program record by shooting a 302 en route to the league championship Monday, Sept. 20

Mundelein Invite

Alex Creamean carded a 73 to lead New Trier to first place at the invitational Saturday, Sept. 18.

GIRLS GOLF
Central Suburban League Tournament

Amy Beanblossom’s 72 was the low score and it led New Trier to a 16-stroke victory on Wednesday, Sept. 22.

Carter Sichol (2nd, 74), Peyton Sichol (5th, 78) and Amelia Morris (9th, 82) helped the Trevians to a 306 total and a league title.

Independent School League Tournament

Maggy Shaw shot an 88 to lead the Panthers to third in the league championships Monday, Sept. 20

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL
Loyola 23-25-25, Maine South 25-12-16

Mia McGrath powered the Ramblers with 13 kills, four blocks and 14 digs in the nonconference win Wednesday, Sept. 22.

Gabby Charlier recorded 25 assists and Catherine Burke five blocks for Loyola (19-3).

New Trier 24-25-25, Glenbrook South 26-21-21

The Trevians won the intense conference showdown Tuesday, Sept. 21, in Gates Gym.

Loyola 25-25, De la Salle 16-12

Mia McGrath (6 kills), Catherine Burke (5 kills) and Malina Gataric (4 kills) lead the Ramblers to the league win Tuesday, Sept. 21.

Glenbard West Invitational

Maggie Kevin had 10 kills and Maya Kozik 9 as Regina Dominican topped Glenbard West 27-25, 27-25 to finish 2-3 in the tournament Monday, Sept. 20, in Glen Ellyn.

Haneefa Adams’ six kills and Tiffany Noipasi’s 12 digs led the Panthers in their 25-19, 25-19 loss to Glenbard East, and Maya Kozik’s seven kills and Vanesa Koxha’s 18 assists paced Regina in a 25-18, 25-21 victory against Glenbard South.

BOYS SOCCER
New Trier 1, Glenbrook South 0

Matthew Perchik scored off an assist from Will Pasia as the Trevians picked up the league win Tuesday, Sept. 21.

Loyola 2, Brother Rice 0

Luke Ojala netted his first varsity goal, while Frank Miedama added a goal and an assist for the Ramblers on Tuesday, Sept. 21.

Evanston 2, New Trier 0

The Trevians fell to the undefeated Wildkits in league play on Saturday, Sept. 18, to suffer their first loss of the season.

Loyola 0, St. Ignatius 0

The conference foes dueled to a draw on Saturday, Sept. 18.

Loyola 0, Solorio 0

The Ramblers picked up a tie in nonconference competition Friday, Sept. 17.

North Shore Country Day 2, Lake Forest Academy 0

The Raiders shut out their local rival on Friday, Sept. 17.

New Trier’s tennis team gathers for a photo after a recent victory.

GIRLS TENNIS
New Trier 6, Whitney Young 1

Madison Liu and Julia Ross posted wins at first and second singles, respectively, to lead the Trevians on Wednesday, Sept. 22.

Regina Dominican 4, Montini 1

Maeve Kostyk and Margaret Clancy won in straight sets at top doubles to lead the Panthers to the league win Tuesday, Sept. 21, in Lombard.

Mimi Waddell earned a 6-2, 2-6, 10-5 victory at second singles for Regina.

New Trier 9, Evanston 2

The Trevians swept the singles matchups to earn the conference win Tuesday, Sept. 21.

Oak Park-River Forest 3, Regina Dominican 2

Kat Schuenzel won 8-6 at top singles and Maeve Gibbons and Margaret Clancy 8-6 at second doubles for the Panthers Saturday, Sept. 18

GIRLS SWIMMING
Hoffman Estates Invitational

Fiona McNeill won the 100-yard breaststroke for Regina Dominican, which placed seventh on Saturday, Sept. 28.

Eleanor Lorraine added a second-place finish in the 100 backstroke and Cate McNamara a third place in the 200 individual medley for the Panthers

FIELD HOCKEY
Loyola 6, Lakes 0

Carson Pike recorded three goals to lead the Ramblers to victory on Wednesday, Sept. 22, in Glenview.

Loyola 1, Oak Park-River Forest 0

The Ramblers shut out their opponent on Monday, Sept. 20, in Glenview.

North Shore Country Day 3, Homewood-Flossmoor 0

Ella Capozzi scored twice and Kendall Vallas once to lead the Raiders to victory on Monday, Sept. 20.

CROSS-COUNTRY
Evanston Quad

Gabe Nosek (15:59.38) and Jack Moran (16:00.50) finished second and third, respectively, to lead New Trier to first place overall Tuesday, Sept. 21.

Mather Invite

Robert Hansell took 13th overall at 10 minutes, 53 seconds to pace North Shore Country Day to eighth out of 22 teams on Tuesday, Sept. 21.

Libertyville Invite

Samantha Fellman took third and Clare Finnigan fourth as New Trier finished third as a team in the 10-team invite Saturday, Sept. 18.

Evan Veneziano raced to fourth and Ben Crane to sixth for the boys squad, which took second out of 11 teams.

Richard Spring Invitational

Morgan Mackie took 23rd and Jane Lynch 40th to pace Loyola Academy to a sixth-place finish out of 63 teams on Saturday, Sept. 18, at Detweiler Park in Peoria.

Aidan Simon (9th) and Spencer Werner (42nd) led the boys team to eighth out of 61 teams.


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