A summary of preps sports competition from area schools over the past week
Loyola 46, Chicago Bulls Prep 31
Miles Boland dropped 14 points and grabbed 5 rebounds to lead the way for the victorious Ramblers (8-2) on Monday, Dec. 13, in Wilmette.
New Trier 69, Hinsdale Central 66
Jake Fiegen scored a game-high 25 points in the Trevians’ win Saturday, Dec. 11, in the South Elgin Shootout.
Jackson Munro (13 points) and Josh Kirkpatrick (11) chipped in for New Trier (6-1).
Loyola 46, Lincoln Park 41
Miles Boland had a team-high 17 points, while Connor Casper had 11 points and 8 rebounds in the final game of the CCL/ESCC Challenge on Saturday, Dec. 11, in Wilmette.
New Trier 49, Lane Tech 18
The host Trevians earned the nonconference victory Monday, Dec. 13, in Winnetka.
Loyola 70, Bulls College Prep 15
The Ramblers picked up their 11th win and stayed unbeaten with the home win Monday, Dec. 13, in Wilmette.
Hersey 61, New Trier 50
The Trevs fell on the road to the perennial power on Saturday, Dec. 11.
Regina 38, Christian Liberty 29
Reganne French scored 14 points, while Kendall Williams grabbed 11 rebounds and 3 steals for the visiting Panthers in a nonconference victory Saturday, Dec. 11, in Arlington Heights.
Glenbrook South 56, New Trier 54
The visiting Trevians lost a heartbreaker to their conference foe on Friday, Dec. 10, in Glenview.
Massey Odiotti (126 pounds) picked up another bracket victory, while Mike Williams (195) finished second after a 4-3 decision for the Ramblers.
BOYS SWIM AND DIVE
New Trier 294, Hinsdale Central 199
Bennet Lindberg (200 and 500-yard frees) and Owen Pelzek (200 individual medley, 100 butterfly) won two individual events apiece in the Trevs’ dual-meet win Saturday, Dec. 11, in Hinsdale.
Loyola Gold 3, New Trier Green 1
Loyola took down New Trier in the rivalry bout on Saturday, Dec. 11.
New Trier tops Resurrection
Ella Kastelic rolled a 269 to help her reach a 635 three-game series for the Trevians (6-) in the team win Tuesday, Dec. 14.
Regina 1,931, St. Ignatius 1,705
Ella Grillo (443 pins) and Erin Collins (441) led the Panthers to victory on Monday, Dec. 11, at Arena Bowl.
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