Winnetka, Sports

High School Highlights: Three relay wins key Trevs’ track-and-field conference title, New Trier baseball wins two nail-biters

A summary of preps sports competition from area schools over the past week (April 29-May 6)

New Trier 6, Highland Park 4

P.J. Nylk had two hits, one of which drove in the game-winning run in the Trevians’ comeback win Wednesday, May 4

St. Laurence 8, Loyola 2

Haden Kriston finished 1-for-1 with two walks in the Ramblers’ league loss Monday, May 2, in Burbank.

New Trier 6, Libertyville 5

Graham Mastros recorded two hits and two RBI to lead the Trevians to victory Friday, April 29.

Will Hayes struck out three while earning the save for New Trier.

Loyola 6, Glenbrook South 4

Michael Clarkson struck out nine through five innings pitched for the Ramblers on Friday, April 29.

New Trier 11, Glenbrook North 8

The Trevians picked up a league win Wednesday, May 4, in Northbrook.

Trinity 11, Regina 1 (6 inn.)

Lily Grillo doubled and scored a run for the Panthers on Wednesday, May 4, in Wilmette.

Regina 13, Francis Parker 3 (5 inn.)

Hailey Swanson struck out seven in the complete-game victory for the Panthers on Monday, May 2.

Swanson added a double and RBI at the dish and Nora Grillo pitched in two hits and four RBI for Regina Dominican.

Loyola 5, Niles West 0

The Ramblers earned a nonconference win Saturday, April 29, in Glenview.

Evanston 3, New Trier 1

Lauren Caldwell scored the lone goal for the Trevians in the league loss on Thursday, May 5. The Wildkits finish unbeaten in conference play.

Willows 4, Regina 1

Sophie Goby found the net for the Panthers in the loss Thursday, May 5.

New Trier 3, Niles West 0

Sybil Evans, Josei Noble and Kendall Sierens scored a goal apiece as the Trevs topped the Wolves on Tuesday, May 3.

North Shore Country Day 2, Woodlands 1

The Raiders earned the league win on senior day Monday, May 2, in Winnetka.

New Trier 1, St. Charles East 1

Charlotte Dellin scored for the Trevians as they finished the Naperville Invite in a draw on Friday, April 29.

Loyola 1, Geneva 0

Grace Ehlert found the net for the Ramblers who collected a win in their final game of the Naperville Invite on Friday, April 29.

St. Rita 25-25, Loyola 13-22

Colin Murray racked up 10 kills and Niko Zlatkovic had 5 blocks, but the Ramblers fell in the Catholic League affair Thursday, May 5, in Chicago.

Glenbrook South 19-26-26, New Trier 25-24-24

The Trevians (17-5, 5-2) dropped a heartbreaker on the road Wednesday, May 4, in Glenview.

Maine South 25-25, New Trier 22-23

The Trevs fell in the league matchup in Monday, May 2, in Northfield.

New Trier 29-25, Loyola 27-19

The Trevians outlasted their local rival Friday, April 29, in Northfield.

Ben Trapp (8 kills) and Colin Murray (7 kills) led the way for the Ramblers.

Loyola 8, Wheaton Academy 5

The host Ramblers earned the victory Tuesday, May 3, in Glenview.

New Trier 11, Hinsdale Central 5

Addie Shevitz scored four times and Grace Curry three in the Trevians’ victory on Thursday, May 5.

Audrey Rudloph added a pair of goals for New Trier (12-2), which overcame an early 4-3 deficit and scored the final six goals of the game.

Loyola 19, St. Ignatius 2

Maeve Dwyer racks up five goals and two assists to lead the Ramblers on Wednesday, May 4, in Glenview.

Adrienne Leone added four goals and Catherine Holcomb four assists for Loyola.

Loyola 14, Glenbrook South 3

The Ramblers topped their visiting local rival Tuesday, May 3, in Glenview.

Regina 8, Taft 6

Maggie Bramblet and Abbey Schurr scored three goals apiece to lead the Panthers to victory on Saturday, April 30, in Chicago.

Central Suburban League South Championships

Josie Cahill, a freshman, won a thrilling 1,600-meter race by 3 hundredths of a second to claim the conference title for New Trier on Thursday, May 5, in Evanston, where the Trevians (177 points) also picked up a team title over Glenbrook South (133) and Maine South (126).

Maeve Kelly won the shot put (12.43 meters) and discus (35.28) for the Trevs, who also got wins in three relays: the 4-by-200 (Emily Walton, Abby Ryan, Gabby Manzano and Emma Love), 4-by-400 (Eva Scarborough, Anna Rivera, Manzano and Love) and 4-by-800 (Ana Mathy, Kate Forbes, Samantha Fellman and Scarborough).

Other top finishes for New Trier were Fellman in the 800 and Sophie Garrou in pole vault. Manzano nabbed second in both the long and triple jumps.


Haneefa Adam won the triple jump (33 feet 9 inches) to lead Regina Dominican to the team title on Saturday, April 30. The Panthers also claimed victories in the 4-by-200 and 4-x-100 relays (Sara Byrne, Adam, Tamia Quach, Kendall Williams).

Emilise Comeau picked up two firsts (discus, high jump) and a second (shot put) for North Shore Country Day, which placed second as a team. Ella Capozzi and Danielle Savin finished 1-2 in the 100-meter hurdles, and 2-1 in the 300 hurdles for the Raiders.

David Jackson and Cole Connolly finished 2-3 in the 200 dash for the Raiders, who placed fifth on the boys side.

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