High School Highlights: Loyola soccer starts with a victory, New Trier with a draw; Ramblers baseball walks it off
A summary of preps sports competition from area schools over the past week
New Trier 1, Warren 1
Lida Dodge’s second-half goal was the equalizer for the Trevs, who earned a season-opening draw Tuesday, March 15.
Loyola 6, Payton 0
Grace Ehlert and Kaitlyn Kurtz tallied two goals apiece in the Ramblers’ season-opening victory Monday, March 14.
Molly Sipe and Lauren Couri also scored for Loyola.
Regina Dominican 2, North Shore Country Day 0
Eve Nathaus scored a second-half goal for the Panthers in their victory Monday, March 14, in Wilmette.
Loyola 10, Fremd 9
Gael Urbita smacked a two-run single to cap a four-run seventh inning and hand the Ramblers a walk-off win Wednesday, March 16, in Wilmette.
Roger Simon led Loyola with a home run, single and three walks.
Loyola 16, Zion-Benton 0
Mackenzie Barry socked a home run and totaled 7 RBI to lead the Ramblers to the nonconference win Wednesday, March 16.
Barry also struck out five through three innings to earn the victory on the mound.
Loyola 19, York 7
Maeve Dwyer scored four times and Adrienne Leone and Maeve Dooley added three apiece for the Ramblers on Monday, March 14.
Catherine Holcomb racked up 8 assists and a goal for Loyola.
BOYS WATER POLO
New Trier outscored its opponents 68-11 en route to a 4-0 record at the season-opening invite Friday and Saturday, March 11-12.
The Trevians topped Loyola, 18-3, Homewood-Flossmoor, 15-2, St. Ignatius, 18-3 and St. Rita, 17-3, in the championship game.
Besides losing to New Trier, the Ramblers topped Mundelein, 14-5, and fell to Palatine, 9-7.
GIRLS WATER POLO
Naperville Central Tournament
Loyola Academy finished second after a 15-3 loss to host Naperville Central in the title game Saturday, March 12.
Previously in the tourney, the Ramblers beat Waubonsie Valley, 12-7, and Whitney Young, 13-8.
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