Winnetka, Sports

High School Highlights: Trevs tennis sweeps league championships, pitcher Ollie Barkal shuts down Maine South

A summary of preps sports competition from area schools over the past week (May 13-20)

BASEBALL
Maine South 12, Loyola 4

Max Oliveira smacked a home run but the Ramblers fell to the Hawks Thursday, May 19, in Park Ridge.

New Trier 4, Maine South

Ollie Barkal threw a two-hit shutout, striking out six, for the Trevians in the league victory Wednesday, May 18, in Winnetka.

Graham Mastros and James Novakovic provided RBI, while Alex Mendes stole three bases and scored two runs for New Trier.

Fremd 5, New Trier 4

The Trevians dropped the nonconference contest on Tuesday, May 17, in Winnetka.

Loyola 8, Deerfield 4

Max Oliveira and Max Sawyer each smacked home runs in the Ramblers’ nonconference win Tuesday, May 17.

Steve Lombardo struck out 11 hitters through six innings for Loyola.

Maine South 6, New Trier 5

The Hawks scored a run in the bottom of the seventh to escape the Trevians on Monday, May 16, in Park Ridge.

Notre Dame 9, Loyola 7

Haden Kriston, Max Sawyer and Roger Simon all contributed RBI for the Ramblers on Monday, May 16.

Maine West 7, New Trier 6

Louis Florida and Henry Wolfe hit a double in the losing effort for the Trevians on Saturday, May 14, in Winnetka.

Alex Mendes notched two hits for New Trier.

Brother Rice 4, Loyola 2

Max Oliveira had two hits included a home run in the Ramblers’ league loss Saturday, May 14, in Chicago.

Liam Zadar was on the mound for Loyola.

New Trier 13, Niles North 4

Brenden Stressler homered and knocked in five runs to propel the Trevians to victory on Friday, May 13.

Aidan Nolan and Dylan Mayer chipped in two hits apiece for New Trier.

SOFTBALL
New Trier 12, Zion-Benton 2

The Trevians earned the senior-day victory on Saturday, May 14, in Winnetka.

GIRLS SOCCER
New Trier 2, Jones 0

Josie Noble and Annie Paden tallied for the Trevians while Caroline Hague earned the shutout in goal Wednesday, May 18, in the playoff opener at Oak Park-River Forest.

Loyola 6, De la Salle 0

The Ramblers open their playoff schedule with a regional victory Tuesday, May 17, at West Leyden High School in Northlake.

New Trier 0, Fremd 0

The Trevians (10-7-5) play to a scoreless draw Friday, May 13, in their final regular-season match.

BOYS VOLLEYBALL
New Trier 25-25, Libertyville 20-22

The Trevs take down the host Wildcats to finish the regular season with a victory on Thursday, May 19.

Glenbrook North 25-25, New Trier 21-22

The Trevians fall just short of a league title with the loss to the Spartans on Wednesday, May 18, in Northfield.

Mike Hulett Spring Fling

Colin Murray had seven kills and Ethan Hogg five blocks in Loyola Academy’s championship-game loss to Evanston, 22-25, 25-18, 15-11, on Saturday, May 14, at Evanston High School.

The Ramblers finished the tournament 5-1 with two-set victories over Palatine, Grayslake North, Boylan Catholic and Jones.

BOYS TENNIS
Central Suburban League South Championships

New Trier won all seven divisions (three at singles, four at douhbles) at the conference championships on Saturday, May 14, in Winnetka to earn the overall team title.

BOYS WATER POLO
New Trier 21, Palatine 11

The Trevians outscored their opponents 8-2 in the third quarter and 14-6 in the second half on Thursday, May 19, to advance to the state semifinals.

GIRLS LACROSSE
Regina 13, Lincoln Park 10

The Panthers won their playoff opener on Wednesday, May 18, in Wilmette, and advance to play top-seeded New Trier Monday, May 23.

BOYS TRACK AND FIELD
Chicago Hope Academy Sectional

Two North Shore Country relays are off to the state finals thanks to second-place finishes at their IHSA Class 1A sectional on Wednesday, May 18.

The 4-by-100-meter team of Cole Connolly, David Jackson, Andrew Xing and Brian Smith crossed with a time of 45.6 seconds, while the 4-by-800 unit of Robert Hansell, Owen Keyt, Aramais Thai-Garcia and Nicholas Olvera did so in 8 minutes 56.33 seconds.


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