High School Highlights: Loyola baseball picks up pair of dramatic wins, Trevs soccer edges Lane Tech
A summary of preps sports competition from area schools over the past week (April 8-14)
New Trier 15, Deerfield 4 (5 inn.)
Graham Mastros and Louis Florida both hit home runs and tallied 3 RBI each in the Trevs’ CSL crossover victory Thursday, April 14.
Loyola 11, Providence 10
Haden Kriston hit two home runs, including the game-winner in the sixth inning, for the visiting Ramblers on Thursday, April 14, in New Lenox.
Roger Simon picked up the win with two late innings on the mound for Loyola.
Loyola 18, Providence 8 (6 inn.)
Connor Lasch, Mikey Regan and Gael Urbieta collected three hits apiece for the host Ramblers (7-3), who racked up 10 runs in the sixth for the victory Tuesday, April 12, in Glenview.
Mount Carmel 11, Loyola 9
Haden Kriston, Michael Clarkson, Max Sawyer and Max Oliveira all homered in the Ramblers’ league loss Monday, April 11, in Chicago.
Mount Carmel 15, Loyola 5 (5 inn.)
Roger Simon and Max Oliveira notched two hits each as the host Ramblers took the Catholic League loss Sunday, April 10, in Glenview.
New Trier 7, Glenbrook South 2
The Trevians picked up their second straight win, this time a Central Suburban South road victory on Tuesday, April 12, in Glenview.
St. Laurence 11, Loyola 1
The Ramblers fell on the road Tuesday, April 12.
Regina 14, DePaul 2 (5 inn.)
McKenzie Johnson hit an inside-the-park home run and collected six RBI to lead the Panthers on Tuesday, April 12. She also struck out nine in the circle and earned the pitching win.
Nora Grillo and Ella Grillo added three hits apiece for Regina.
Lake Forest Academy 7, Regina 4
Stella Ozenbaugh hit a home run and Lily Grillo recorded two hits for the Panthers in the losing effort Monday, April 11.
New Trier 3, Lane Tech 2
Lila Dodge tallied twice for the Trevians who picked up the victory on Wednesday, April 13, in the Lou Malnati’s Deep Dish Classic.
Lyons 1, Loyola 0
The Ramblers (8-3-1) dropped the pool play of the Lou Malnati’s Deep Dish Classic on Wednesday, April 13.
Stevenson 1, New Trier 0
The Trevians dropped their second game of the Lou Malnati’s Deep Dish Classic on Tuesday, April 12.
Montini 4, Regina 0
The Panthers were shut out on the road Tuesday, April 12, in Lombard.
New Trier 25-25, Maine South 20-17
The Trevians earned the conference victory on Tuesday, April 12, in Park Ridge.
Loyola 25-25, Marmion 20-19
Ben Trapp led the way with 7 kills for the visiting Ramblers (10-5) on Tuesday, April 12, in Aurora.
Loyola 25-25, Notre Dame 21-20
Mark Gonzalez tallied 8 kills and Casey McMenamin passed out 23 assists on Monday, April 11, for the victorious Ramblers.
Stefan Gjaja and Nathan Zoloto were named to the All-Tournament team as New Trier finished second on Friday-Saturday, April 8-9.
The Trevians bested Grant, Palatine, Wheaton North and Glenbrook South before meeting and falling to Marist — 25-22, 25-14 — in the tournament championship.
New Trier 5, Stevenson 4
Alex Bengstsson won in a third-set tiebreak to give the Trevians the deciding tally in the high-level matchup on Tuesday, April 12.
Loyola 14, New Trier 6
The Ramblers overcame an early 3-0 to claim victory over their rivals on Tuesday, April 12.
New Trier 11, Loyola 10
The Trevians scored four straight times in the second half to turn around a 7-4 halftime deficit on Tuesday, April 12.
TRACK AND FIELD
Lake Forest Academy Invitational
Sara Byrne won the triple jump (9.45 meters) and 100-meter dash (13.86 seconds) to guide Regina Dominican to a first-place finish in the 11-team invite Tuesday, April 12.
Nora McCabe added a win in the 1,600, while Tamia Quach and Kendall Williams won the 200 and 400, respectively.
Chicago Hope Academy Invitational
Haneefa Adam jumped 17 feet 5 inches to claim the Regina Dominican school record in the long jump during the meet on Saturday, April 9.
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