High School Highlights: Wrestlers nab league medals; NT boys, LA girls win streaks continue
A summary of preps sports competition from area schools over the past week
Central Suburban League Championships
Jack Cummings recorded three first-round pins for New Trier en route to an individual title in the 195-pound weight class and the tournament’s George Elias Most Outstanding Wrestler award on Saturday, Jan. 22, in Vernon Hills.
Ty Stringer (220 pounds) also earned a championship for the Trevians, who finished second as a team behind Deerfield.
Tagg Miller (145), Matthew Boyer (152) and Tyler Jackson (182) earned second-place finishes, while Walter Garret (106) and Wilson Writing (120) took third and Eli Polacek (138) fourth.
Chicago Catholic League Championships
Massey Odiotti, a Loyola Academy junior, won the 120-pound weight class with a pin in the championship bout on Saturday, Jan. 22, at Mount Carmel High School in Chicago.
Mike Williams (195 pounds) finished second for the Ramblers, who took fifth as a team, after a 3-2 decision in the final round. Quinn Herbert (182) claimed third place for Loyola.
Leo 51, Loyola 43
Miles Boland finished with 14 points and Shane Tarjan 11 for the Ramblers (16-7, 6-2) on Tuesday, Jan. 25, in Wilmette.
New Trier 59, Glenbrook North 56
Jackson Munro scored 30 points and grabbed 13 rebounds to lead the Trevians to the league win on Friday, Jan. 21, in Northbrook.
St. Ignatius 37, Loyola 24
Alex Engro and Max Garcia scored 8 points apiece in the Ramblers’ Jesuit Cup loss Friday, Jan. 21, at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Loyola 55, Chicago Hope 22
The Ramblers kept their winning streak alive at seven straight with the nonconference home win Wednesday, Jan. 26, in Wilmette.
Evanston 44, New Trier 37
The host Trevians (9-11) fell in another close contest against their rivals on Tuesday, Jan. 25, in Northfield.
Loyola 64, Moline 57
The Ramblers moved to 22-2 with the victory Saturday, Jan. 22, in the Geneso Shootout.
Glenbrook North 43, New Trier 40
The Trevs dropped the conference game on Friday, Jan. 21, in Northbrook.
Loyola 43, St. Ignatius 28
The Ramblers kept the Jesuit Cup thanks to the win over their Jesuit rival on Friday, Jan. 21, on the University of Illinois at Chicago campus.
Chicago Catholic League Championship
Loyola Academy’s Ramblerettes bested seven other teams to claim the top honor in the conference on Jan. 16 in Wilmette. Loyola also finished third (88.3) behind Glenbrook South (88.37) and Maine South (93.23) in the Class 3A Sectional to qualify for the state finals.
New Trier finished seventh with a score of 73.53.
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