A summary of preps sports competition from area schools over the past week
New Trier Green 3, Loyola Gold 2 (OT)
Butler Chessen scored his second goal in overtime to give Green the dramatic rivalry win Sunday, Jan. 9, at North Shore Ice Arena.
Gold’s Will Schreiber netted a goal — also his second — toward the end of regulation to form an overtime period, when Chessen took a pass from Blake Faulkner and tallied the game-winner.
Tyler Smith also scored for New Trier Green.
Loyola 49, Montini 41
Alex Engro racked up 22 points, while Miles Boland chipped in 14 points and 6 rebounds for the visiting Ramblers on Tuesday, Jan. 11, in Lombard.
Connor Casper added 13 points and 2 steals for Loyola (14-4, 4-0) in the conference win.
Francis Parker 53, North Shore Country Day 39
The Raiders fell in the rivalry tilt Tuesday, Jan. 11, in Chicago.
Loyola 55, St. Patrick 53
Miles Boland scored 21 points and grabbed 7 rebounds to lead the Ramblers to a win in the Pappas Shootout Saturday, Jan. 8, at DePaul Prep in Chicago.
Loyola 62, Marmion 43
Connor Casper finishes with 20 points and Alex Engro had 18 in the Ramblers’ Catholic League victory Friday, Jan. 7.
Shane Tarjan scored 8 points and nabbed 3 steals for Loyola Academy.
Trinity 51, New Trier 48
The host Trevs (9-7) fell in the nonconference clash on Tuesday, Jan. 11, in Northfield.
Rolling Meadows 64, New Trier 56 (2OT)
The Trevs dropped a heartbreaker in double overtime on Saturday, Jan. 8, in Northfield.
Loyola 35, Sandburg 33
Angelina Giordano’s two late free throws lifted the host Ramblers to the nonconference victory Saturday, Jan. 8, in Wilmette.
Regina 46, Northside Prep 37
Reganne French scored a game-high 17 points to lead the Panthers to the home win Saturday, Jan. 8, in Wilmette.
Kendall Williams chipped in 10 points for Regina Dominican.
New Trier 46, Niles West 27
The Trevians picked up a conference win on senior night Friday, Jan. 7, when the program honored its eight seniors: Caitlin Pedraja, Kaley Carpenter, Lillian Smith, Anika Roche, Zoe Lively, Casey Scharoff, Abby Ryan and Aimee Hong.
Loyola 46, Trinity 27
The Ramblers moved to 3-1 in conference play, and 17-2 overall, with the home win Friday, Jan. 7.
DePaul Prep 41, Regina 28
Kendall Williams tallied 11 points in the Panthers’ league loss Thursday, Jan. 6, in Wilmette.
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