Winnetka, Sports

High School Highlights: Falk, New Trier XC are league champs; so too is Trevians soccer; NSCD golf wins regional

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

Central Suburban South Meet

Nick Falk was the league champion for New Trier, finishing the two-mile race in 15 minutes 19.39 seconds on Tuesday, Sept. 28, in Winnetka.

George Cahill took second (15:39) to lead the Trevians to the league team title. Jack Moran (7th), Ben Crane (10th) and Oscar Dueno-Alda (11th) chipped in to New Trier’s score of 31.

Palatine Meet of Champions

Nick Falk finished second to lead New Trier to first in the team scoring in the 29-team, two-and-a-half-mile meet Saturday, Sept. 25.

George Cahill took 16th and Patrick Jamieson 22nd for the Trevians, while Aidan Simon took 12th for Loyola (20th overall).

In the girls race, Morgan Mackie was 19th and Ellie Grammas 29th to pace Loyola to a third-place finish. New Trier’s Beatrix Gilson placed 14th as her team finished in 20th.

Mother McAuley 26-31-25, Loyola 28-29-22

Mia McGrath recorded 17 kills and Gabby Charlier 38 assists for the Ramblers in the three-set, conference thriller on Tuesday, Sept. 28.

Molly Power chipped in 10 kills and five blocks and Lily Boland had 19 digs for Loyola (19-4, 2-1).

New Trier 25-25, Evanston 11-17

The Trevians (11-3 3-1), got back on track with a conference win on Tuesday, Sept. 28, in Evanston.

Regina 25-25, Beacon Academy 9-6

Maya Kozik recorded five kills and four aces and Maggie Kevin 4 kills to lead the Panthers to victory Tuesday, Sept. 28, in Wilmette.

Niles West 25-25, New Trier 20-22

The Trevians fell in straight sets to their league foe on Thursday, Sept. 23, in Winnetka.

New Trier 4, Maine South 1

Matthew Perchik registered a hat trick scoring his seventh, eighth and ninth goals of the season in a conference-clinching victory for the Trevians on Tuesday, Sept. 28.

Loyola 1, St. Laurence 1

The Ramblers (9-1-2, 2-0-2) tied their conference foe on Tuesday, Sept. 28

North Shore Country Day 2, University High 0

Tae Won Lillig and Mason Roberts-Jones scored as the Raiders picked up their 11th win on Tuesday, Sept. 28.

North Shore Country Day 3, Lisle 0

The Raiders (10-1-1) picked up another win, this one on the road on Saturday, Sept. 25.

New Trier 2, Glenbrook North 1

Evan Kanellos and Matthew Perchik tallied as the Trevians downed the Spartans on Sept. 23.

Loyola 3, Marmion 1

Liam Drehkoff, Frank Miedema and Oliver Szorc each found the back of the net in the Ramblers’ win Sept. 23.

IHSA Class 3A Glenbrook North Regional

New Trier finished second and just one stroke behind Glenbrook North (287) on Wednesday, Sept. 29, at Heritage Oaks in Northbrook. The Trevians advance to next week’s sectional.

Loyola Academy shot a collective 306, good enough for fourth place.

IHSA Class 1A Montini Regional

Hugo Hourhane shot a 78 and Robbie Black a 79 for North Shore Country Day on Wednesday, Sept. 29, at Village Links in Glen Ellyn, where the Raiders won the tournament by eight strokes.

Regina Dominican 181, Resurrection 213

Maggy Shaw’s 40 was the low score on the day as the Panthers topped their conference opponent on Tuesday, Sept. 29.

High School National Invitational

Honor Roberts was named All-Tournament Second Team and Lucy Smith recognized as an Additional Top Performer for New Trier after the prestigious tournament Sept. 24-26 at the Proving Grounds in Conshohocken, Penn. The Trevians were 0-3 in the tournament.

North Shore Country Day 4, Lakes 0

The Raiders picked up the victory on Tuesday, Sept. 29.

Loyola 1, St. Ignatius 0 (2OT)

Carson Pike scored the game-winning goal in the second overtime for the Ramblers on Saturday, Sept. 25.

Regina Dominican 3, Saint Laurence 2

Emma Bevenour and Abby Schurr’s 6-1, 6-1 win at first singles led the Panthers doubles sweep and team victory Monday, Sept. 28, in Wilmette.

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