A summary of preps sports competition from area schools over the past week
New Trier IHSA Regional
Maria Morabito won the floor exercise (9.3) and vault (9.475) and finished second in the all-around (36.05) to lead New Trier to a regional championship Wednesday, Feb. 2, in Northfield.
Ryann Segall added a fourth-place all-around finish (35.25), winning the uneven parallel bars (9.275) to help the Trevians (140.325), who move on the sectional round on Tuesday, Feb. 8, at Mundelein High School.
New Trier 54, Niles West 35
The Trevians picked up their 24th win (24-2) on the season on senior night Tuesday, Feb. 1, in Northfield.
Brother Rice 46, Loyola 39
Alex Engro tallied 19 points and Johnny Daguinsin 12 in the Ramblers’ league loss Tuesday, Feb. 1, in Chicago.
North Shore Country Day 57, Elgin Academy 23
The host Raiders picked up the conference win on Tuesday, Feb. 1, in Winnetka.
New Trier 67, University of Chicago Lab School 46
Jackson Munro racked up 35 points on 17-of-21 shooting (81%) for the Trevians on Monday, Jan. 31, in Northfield.
DePaul Prep 42, Loyola 29
Alex Engro (10 points) and Connor Casper (7 points, 7 rebounds) led the Ramblers in the road loss Friday, Jan. 28.
Loyola 52, Providence 42
The Ramblers (25-2) open the Girls Catholic Athletic Conference tournament with a victory Tuesday, Feb. 1, in Wilmette.
Trinity 49, Regina 30
Reganne French scored 17 points and Tamia Quach added 6 in the Panthers’ loss Monday, Jan. 31, in the opening round of the GCAC tournament.
Waunakee (Wisc.) 56, New Trier 49
The Trevians fell short in a road-trip contest on Saturday, Jan. 29, at Waunakee High.
Loyola 62, Prospect 34
The host Ramblers earned the nonconference victory on Saturday, Jan. 29, in Wilmette.
New Trier Green 3, Loyola Gold 2
Green took the rubber match in the season series between the rivals on Thursday, Jan. 27.
Rolling Meadows Sectional
New Trier finished third with an 86.43 in the coed division on Saturday, Jan. 29, to qualify for the state championships.
Loyola Academy’s Ramblerettes earned a score of 89.72 on Saturday, Jan. 29, to finish eighth in IHSA Class 3A.
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