Winnetka, Sports

High School Highlights: New Trier baseball splits with Evanston; Loyola soccer moves on to tourney title game

A summary of preps sports competition from area schools over the past week (April 15-21)

New Trier 8, Evanston 5

Alex Mendes collected three hits and three RBI and Louis Florida homered for the Trevians on Thursday, April 21.

St. Ignatius 3, Loyola 2

Roger Simon struck out 11 batters for visiting Loyola in the loss on Thursday, April 21, in Chicago.

Haden Kriston knocked in both runs for the Ramblers (9-4).

New Trier 13, Maine East 2

Jimmy Ertmann struck out eight batters through five-plus innings to earn the win for the Trevians on Wednesday, April 20.

Loyola 7, Lake Forest 2

Connor Lasch and Max Oliviera had two hits and RBI each to back the pitching of Macro Arroyo in the Ramblers’ win Wednesday, April 20, in Lake Forest.

Dylan Mayer, Sam Gossard and Phil Nylk notched two hits apiece for New Trier.

Evanston 2, New Trier 1

Dalton Hastings struck out seven and gave up just four hits in a complete-game loss for the Trevians on Tuesday, April 19.

New Trier 11, Prospect 6

Henry Wolfe notches two hits and two RBI to lead the Trevs, who scored five runnings in the seventh to get the win Saturday, April 16, in Mount Prospect.

New Trier 11, Evanston 10

The Trevs outslugged the visiting Wildkits Thursday, April 21, in Winnetka.

Loyola 1, Resurrection 0 (8 inn.)

MacKenzie Barry hit a walk-off sacrifice fly in the bottom of the eighth to hand the Ramblers the league win on Wednesday, April 20, in Glenview.

Maine South 9, New Trier 5

The Trevs could not keep pace with the host Hawks on Tuesday, April 19.

New Trier 1, Bartlett 0

Kiley Urban tallied the lone goal in the Trevs’ victory on Thursday, April 21, in the first round of the Naperville Invitational.

New Trier 3, Glenbrook South 2

Grace Westol, Josie Noble and Lida Dodge scored a goal apiece in the Trevs’ conference win Tuesday, April 19, in Northfield.

Libertyville 2, New Trier 0

The Trevs fell in a consolation matchup of the Malnati’s Deep Dish Classic on Saturday, April 16.

Loyola 1, Stevenson 0

The Ramblers earned the victory Saturday, April 16, in the semifinals of the Malnati’s Deep Dish Classic.

New Trier 25-25, Evanston 15-18

The Trevs (11-2, 4-0) downed their conference foe on Thursday, April 21, in Evanston.

New Trier 25-25, Niles West 21-20

The Trevians picked up the conference victory at home on Tuesday, April 19, in Northfield.

New Trier 25-25, Grant 20-22

The host Trevians earned the nonconference win Monday, April 18, in Northfield.

New Trier 7, Evanston 0; New Trier 6, Benet Academy 2

The Trevians picked up two victories on Thursday, April 21, in Winnetka.

New Trier 6, Deerfield 2

The Trevians bested their CSL-crossover opponent on Tuesday, April 19.

Prospect Invite

Matthew Plunkett earned the title at top singles to headline a New Trier tournament victory on Saturday, April 16.

The Trevians swept all four doubles divisions en route to 68 points, ahead of Barrington (40 points) and Highland Park (38).

Loyola 8, Springside Chestnut Hill 6

The Ramblers picked up a tough victory over the Philadelphia foe on Wednesday, April 20.

Loyola 9, Montini 3

The Ramblers took down their conference rival on Tuesday, April 19.

New Trier 10, Lane Tech 8

The Trevs won the nonconference matchup on Tuesday, April 19.

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