A summary of preps sports competition from area schools over the past week (April 22-28)
New Trier 10, Glenbrook North 1
Ollie Barkal pitched six innings and struck out eight Spartans for the Trevians in the conference victory on Thursday, April 28.
Louis Florida, James Novakovic and Henry Wolfe had two RBI apiece for New Trier.
Loyola 14, Montini 4
Connor Lasch (4 RBI) and Gael Urbieta (3 RBI) led the Ramblers’ offense while Roger Simon struck out nine to get the win Wednesday, April 27, in Lombard.
New Trier 8, Glenbrook North 0
Dalton Hastings spun a complete-game striking out five and giving up just three hits in the Trevs’ league win on Tuesday, April 26.
Henry Wolfe knocked in four runs and had two hits for New Trier.
Loyola 11, Marmion 2
Michael Clarkson and Brendan Cohn were among the six Ramblers to notch extra-base hits in the victory Tuesday, April 26, in Aurora.
Loyola 12, Marmion 5
Roger Simon had three hits including a home run and Connor Lasch had four knocks for the Ramblers on Monday, April 25, in Glenview.
Loyola 12, Lane Tech 11 (8 inn.)
Michael Clarkson recorded three hits, including the walk-off winner, in the Ramblers’ nonconference, road win Saturday, April 23, in Glenview.
Max Sawyer and Gael Urbieta hit home runs for host Loyola.
Glenbrook South 4, New Trier 3
The Trevians lost another nailbiter on Thursday, April 28, in Winnetka.
Woodlands 2, Regina 1
Hailey Swanson struck out five over four innings for the Panthers on Wednesday, April 27.
Niles West 5, New Trier 4
The visiting Trevs dropped the conference tilt on Tuesday, April 26, in Skokie.
Providence 6, Loyola 5
The host Ramblers fell to their conference foe on Tuesday, April 26, in Glenview.
Regina 11, DePaul Prep 1 (5 inn.)
Nora Grillo hit an inside-the-park home run and scored twice to lead the visiting Panthers on Tuesday, April 26, in Chicago.
McKenzie Johnson earned the win on the mount by striking out five and allowing just two hits for Regina.
New Trier 13, Niles North 3
The Trevs picked up the conference crossover win on Saturday, April 23.
Loyola 8, 13, Mother McAuley 7, 20
The Ramblers split the doubleheader on Saturday, April 23, in Glenview.
Naperville Central 2, New Trier 0
Caroline Hague stopped a penalty kick as the Trevs’ goalkeeper but the Redhawks came out on top Thursday, April 28, in the quarterfinals of the Naperville Invite.
Loyola 3, Warren 1
Ella Couri, Lauren Couri and Eva Pattison scored a goal apiece Thursday, April 28, when the Ramblers won a consolation game in the Naperville Invite.
Resurrection 3, Regina 1
Muriel Reese tallied a second-half goal for the Panthers in their loss on Wednesday, April 27.
North Shore Country Day 3, Lycee Francais 3
Suraiyya Omar scored a goal for the Raiders who finished with the draw on Wednesday, April 27.
New Trier 2, Glenbrook North 2
Grace Westol and Charlotte Dellin tallied a goal apiece for the Trevs in the league draw on Tuesday, April 26.
New Trier 4, Downers Grove South 1
Sybil Evans, Josie Noble, Grace Westol and Charlotte Dellin each found the back of the net on Saturday, April 23, as the host Trevians won their second game of the Naperville Invite.
Loyola 4, York 0
Eva Pattison, Tess O’Bryan, Isabella Guzman and Emmy Christopher recorded the goals for the Ramblers in the Naperville Invite win on Friday, April 22.
Clare Rose Sanders and Ellie Bradley split the shutout in goal for Loyola.
Loyola 25-25, Brother Rice 19-22
Ben Trapp racked up 9 kills and 3 aces in the Ramblers’ Catholic League victory on Thursday, April 28, in Chicago.
Casey McMenamin finished with 14 assists and 4 kills for Loyola (15-7, 4-1).
New Trier 25-25, Glenbrook North 23-17
The Trevians took down the host Spartans in a battle atop the Central Suburban South on Wednesday, April 27.
Loyola 25-25, Providence 4-20
Mark Gonzalez finished with 5 blocks and 4 kills to lead the visiting Ramblers to the conference win Tuesday, April 26, in New Lenox.
Downers Grove South Invite
New Trier finished first in the silver bracket on Saturday, April 23, losing to Maine South in pool play before ending the tournament with four straight wins: Willowbrook, Lake Park, Glenbrook South and Downers Grove North.
Loyola 18, Mount Carmel 5
The Ramblers bested the visiting Caravan on Wednesday, April 27.
Loyola 15, Hinsdale Central 9
The Ramblers picked up the victory at home on Thursday, April 28.
TRACK AND FIELD
Lake Forest Academy Invitational
Haneefa Adam set the Regina Dominican school record (10.68 meters) while winning the triple jump as the Panthers claimed the championship of the nine-team invite on Tuesday, April 26.
Nora McCabe added a first-place finish in the 800-meter run, while Sara Bryne took second in the 100 and triple jump for Regina.
David Jackson took second in the 100 dash and third in the 200 for North Shore Country Day. The Raiders won the 4-by-200 relay.
Danielle Savin claimed first in the 300 hurdles (52.20) and second in the 100 hurdles (19.41) for the Raiders, while teammate Emilise Comeau took second in the shot put (8.64 meters) and third in the discus (19.32 meters).
George Cahill finished third in the 3,200 meter run (9 minutes, 11.13 seconds), while Nick Falk finished sixth in the 1,600-meter run (4:09.12) for New Trier on Saturday, April 23.
Patrick Jamieson finished 12th in the 800 (1:59.24) or the Trevs.
Morgan Mackie, a Loyola sophomore, placed 14th with a 1,600 run of 5:09.07.
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