High School Highlights: Two late goals give Loyola Thanksgiving trophy; NT, LA open league slates with wins
The rest of the week in local prep sports action
Loyola Gold 3, St. Ignatius 2
Will Schreiber and Jack Gustafson scored a goal each in the third period on Sunday, Nov. 28, as Loyola earned a come-from-behind win to claim the 50th O’Grady Thanksgiving Tournament championship.
Nicholas Malaniuk also tallied for Loyola.
Loyola 4, Providence 0
Will Schreiber scored twice to lead Loyola to victory Sunday, Nov. 28, in the semifinals of the O’Grady Thanksgiving Tournament.
Regina 69, Woodlands 19
Reganne French dropped 12 points to lead the Panthers to the victory on Wednesday, Dec. 1.
Mia Krebs and Maddie Witchger pitched in eight points apiece for Regina.
New Trier 59, Niles West 22
The visiting Trevians picked up a victory in their conference opener on Tuesday, Nov. 30, in Skokie.
Loyola 38, Mother McAuley 33
The host Ramblers (7-0, 1-0) knocked off the Mighty Macs to open up conference play on Tuesday, Nov. 30, in Wilmette.
St. Laurence 66, Regina 40
Reganne French totaled 12 points and Maeve Gibbons had 11 points and 10 rebounds in the Panthers’ loss on Tuesday, Nov. 30, in Burbank.
North Shore Country Day 68, Schaumburg Christian 32
The Raiders picked up the victory at home on Tuesday, Nov. 30, in Winnetka.
North Shore Country Day 57, Lake Forest Academy 43
The Raiders opened their season with a road win Monday, Nov. 29, in Lake Forest.
Regina 2,208, DePaul Prep 1,545
Erin Collins recorded 493 pins in two games and Lily Grillo 444 pins to lead the Panthers to victory on Monday, Nov. 29.
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