A summary of preps sports competition from area schools over the past week
Massey Odiotti claimed the title at 126 pounds to lead Loyola Academy to sixth place out of 24 teams on Saturday, Dec. 4, at Joliet Central High School.
Quinn Herbert (182 pounds) and Joey Herbert (195) both earned second-place finishes for the Ramblers.
Glenbrook South 48, New Trier 30
The Trevians dropped the league dual on Friday, Dec. 3, in Glenview.
Loyola 65, Providence St. Mel 38
Alex Engro filled the stat sheet with 17 points, five rebounds, five assists and four steals in the Ramblers’ road win Tuesday, Dec. 7, in Chicago
Miles Boland chipped in 15 points for Loyola (6-2).
Loyola 45, Lake View 16
Miles Boland tallied 11 points to go with four rebounds to lead the Ramblers to victory Monday, Dec. 6.
New Trier 53, Maine South 25
The Trevians (5-0) opened up their conference slate with a victory on Friday, Dec. 3, in Park Ridge.
Loyola 38, Providence 31
Garcia recorded 13 points and Alex Engro nine points in the Ramblers’ league opener Friday, Dec. 3, in Wilmette.
Regina 59, St. Francis De Sales
Reganne French scored 14 points to key the Panthers’ win on Tuesday, Dec. 7.
Loyola 64, Northside Prep 10
The Ramblers cruised to their ninth win of the season on Monday, Dec. 6, in Wilmette.
Dominican 50, Regina 33
Reganne French scored 18 points and grabbed four rebounds to lead the Panthers in the road loss Monday, Dec. 6, in Whitefish Bay, Wisc.
New Trier 58, Glenbrook North 45
The Trevs bounced back with the conference win Saturday, Dec. 4, in Winnetka.
Loyola 39, Williamston 29
The Ramblers traveled to the Kalamazoo Central Shootout and picked up their eighth win on Saturday, Dec. 4.
Maine South 60, New Trier 58
The Trevians dropped the home matchup on Friday, Dec. 3, in Winnetka.
Regina 53, North Shore Country Day 23
Kendall Williams had a game-high 14 points, while Maddie Witchger added 11 for the host Panthers in the rivalry win Friday, Dec. 3, in Wilmette.
Loyola 1,846, Regina 1,822
Sarah Degand knocked down 400 pins over three games to lead the Panthers on Tuesday, Dec. 7.
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