Winnetka, Sports

High School Highlights: Trevs baseball bounces back in Nashville, New Trier runners set outdoor records

A summary of preps sports competition from area schools over the past week

New Trier 13, Buffalo Grove 1 (5 inn.)

Graham Mastros hit a home run and tallied four RBI to lead the Trevians to the nonconference victory on Thursday, April 7.

Oliver Barcal struck out eight over five innings to collect the win for New Trier (2-6).

DePaul Prep 13, Loyola 7

Michael Southard homered twice for the host Ramblers (6-1) in the loss on Thursday, April 7, in Glenview.

Loyola 9, Leo 0 (5 inn.)

Gael Urbieta singled and doubled in the Ramblers’ darkness-shortened victory on Tuesday, April 5.

Loyola 5, Vernon Hills 3

Connor Lasch racked up three hits to lead the Ramblers to a nonconference victory Monday, April 4.

New Trier 13, Coffee County (Tenn.) 4

Dylan Mayer socked a grand slam as the Trevians picked up their first win of the season Friday, April 1.

Loyola 10, De la Salle 6

Connor Lasch and Gael Urbieta hit a home run each while Michael Clarkson had two doubles for the Ramblers in the league win Friday, April 1.

New Trier 12, Highland Park 12

The Trevians and Giants battled to a tie on a cold day Thursday, April 7, in Winnetka.

Lane Tech 18, Loyola 7

The Ramblers were outslugged by visiting Lane Tech on Thursday, April 7, in Glenview.

Buffalo Grove 14, New Trier 3

The Trevians fell to the visiting Bison on Wednesday, April 6, in Winnetka.

Regina 16, Trinity 5

Ella Grillo racked up 6 RBI with her two hits to lead the Pantehrs to the league win Wednesday, April 6.

McKenzie Johnson earned the victory on the mound while adding a double and triple at the plate for Regina.

Providence 1, Loyola 0 (11 inn.)

The Ramblers fell in dramatic fashion on the road Tuesday, April 5, in New Lenox.

Deerfield 4, New Trier 1

The visiting Warriors scored four unanswered goals to topple the Trevians in a league crossover matchup on Thursday, April 7, in Northfield.

Loyola 10, Mother McAuley 0

The Ramblers picked up a league win Wednesday, April 6, in Wilmette.

New Trier 1, Maine South 1

Liz Marquardt found the net off a pass from Josie Noble as the Trevians (3-1-2) picked up a draw in conference action Tuesday, April 5.

Regina 10, Morgan Park 1

Muriel Reese, Ciara Mason and Eve Nathaus netted two goals apiece in the Panthers’ victory Monday, April 4.

New Trier 3, Belleville West 2

Charlotte Dellin scored late in the second half to lead the Trevians to victory Saturday, April 2, in the final game of a road trip to St. Louis.

Josie Noble and Lida Dodge added tallies in New Trier’s comeback effort.

Loyola 3, St. Ignatius 0

The host Ramblers earned a conference victory Saturday, April 2, in Glenview.

Mundelein 2, Regina 1

Payton Olszewski scored for the Panthers in the nonconference loss Saturday, April 2.

St. Rita 25-29, Loyola 18-27

Colin Murray (9 kills) and Ben Trapp (8 kills) led the Ramblers’ offense in a dramatic conference battle Thursday, April 7.

Casey McMenamin passed out 22 assists and Ethan Hogg tallied 6 blocks for Loyola (8-5, 1-1), in Wilmette.

Loyola 25-25, Fenwick 21-10

Ben Trapp racked up 11 kills, while Andrew Sheedy and Eddie Gleason added 2 aces apiece in the Ramblers’ league win Tuesday, April 5, in Wilmette.

Loyola 25-25, Niles North 11-23

Mark Gonzalez finished with 5 kills and 3 blocks to help the visiting Ramblers to a nonconference victory on Monday, April 4, in Skokie.

Glenbrook North 25-21-25, Loyola 16-25-21

Colin Murray (16 kills), Casey McMenamin (17 assists) and Stef Kins (12 digs) led the Ramblers in the three-set, nonconference loss Saturday, April 2, in Wilmette.

New Trier 20, Deerfield 1

The host Trevians (3-0) earned the local win Wednesday, April 6, in Northfield.

Loyola 19, Lake Forest 7

The host Ramblers moved to 4-0 with the victory Tuesday, April 5, in Glenview.

New Trier 16, Evanston 5

The Trevians downed their Central Suburban South opponent Thursday, April 7, to remain unbeaten in conference.

Loyola 14, Brother Rice 4

The Ramblers picked up a Catholic League victory Wednesday, April 6.

New Trier 15, Maine South 5

The Trevs earned a conference victory Monday, April 4.

Fenwick 13, Loyola 12

The Ramblers were edged by the Friars Monday, April 4.

Evanston 10, New Trier 8

The Wildkits upended the Trevians in a rivalry tilt Thursday, April 7.

New Trier 19, Glenbrook North 1

The Trevians won the league matchup in convincing fashion Tuesday, April 5.

New Trier 19, Maine South 3

The Trevs topped the Hawks in Central Suburban South action Monday, April 4.

Outdoor Season

Nick Falk set two of six program records for New Trier during its outdoor season. Falk’s 1,600- (4 minutes, 14.26 seconds) and 3,200-meter (8:54.98) marks are now the fastest in school history.

Patrick Jamieson (800, 1:57.04), Jack Brewer (200, 23.26) and Sean Vibhatasilpin (60, 7.25) also set new records for the Trevians.

Regina versus Resurrection

Sara Byrne won the 100-meter dash (13.2) and helped the Panthers to wins in the sprint, 400 and 800 relays in the unscored league meet on Wednesday, April 7.

Tamia Quach won the 200 (31.7) and was also part of the three winning relays for Regina.

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