Winnetka, Sports

High School Highlights: Trevs soccer begins 2-0, while NT boys golf tops field in three meets

A summary of preps sports competition from area schools over the past week

New Trier 2, Glenbard East 0

The visiting Trevians picked up the nonconference victory on Thursday, Aug. 25, in Lombard to move to 2-0.

Loyola 0, Whitney Young 0

The Ramblers earned the draw against the visiting Dolphins Wednesday, Aug. 24, in Glenview.

New Trier 4, Hersey 1

Karsten Segall notched a hat trick (3 goals) in the Trevs’ season opener Monday, Aug. 22, in Northfield.

Evan Kanellos added a goal and an assist for New Trier.

Loyola 2, Notre Dame

Guillermo Echevarria-Robinson and Olivier Szorc tallied for the host Ramblers in the season-opening victory Monday, Aug. 22, in Glenview.

Loyola 25-26, Lane Tech 17-24

Ava Bogan racked up 8 kills and 4 blocks while Gabby Charlier dished out 17 assists for the Ramblers on Wednesday, Aug. 24, in Wilmette.

Evanston 25-25, Highland Park 9-19

The Giants dropped their home opener in the league crossover battle on Wednesday, Aug. 24, in Highland Park.

Ridgewood 25-25, Regina 21-21

Peyton Bertsch finished with 7 kills while Maya Kozik had 5 in the Panthers’ loss Tuesday, Aug. 23, in Wilmette.

Hoffman Estates 25-25, Highland Park 19-12

The visiting Giants fell to their nonconference opponent on Tuesday, Aug. 12, in Hoffman Estates.

Amundsen 25-15-25, Regina 19-25-16

Haneefa Adam had 5 kills and 2 aces and Grace Leahy added 5 kills to lead the Panthers on Monday, Aug. 22, in Chicago.

Stevenson 153, New Trier 158

Alexa Green carded a 36 ad Amy Beanblossom a 38 in the battle of state powers on Wednesday, Aug. 24.

Grace Leber chipped in a 40 for New Trier.

New Trier 176, Deerfield 182

Alexa Green finished with a 40 to lead the Trevians to victory Friday, Aug. 19, in Winnetka.

Montini 192, Regina 208, Resurrection 216

Maggy Shaw shot a 47 as the Panthers took second in the three-team meet on Tuesday, Aug. 23, at Billy Caldwell Golf Course.

Central Suburban Quad

Noah Zyung (32) and Johnny Creamean (33) were the low scorers for New Trier, which placed first in the four-team meet Wednesday, Aug. 24, at White Deer Run in Vernon Hills.

Fremd Invite

Noah Zyung and Alex Creamean shot 73s to pace New Trier to a first-place finish in the 12-team meet on Monday, Aug. 22, at Inverness Golf Club.

Johnny Creamean chipped in a 75 for the Trevs (299), who finished two strokes ahead of Prospect and six ahead of Glenbrook North.

Lake County Invite

Alex Finger shot a 72 and Aiden Landes a 77 to help Highland Park to a fourth-place finish on Monday, Aug. 22.

Central Suburban League Showcase

Oliver Barr’s 73 guided New Trier to the team title at the league meet on Saturday, Aug. 20.

Will Leber and Logan Keeter each shot a 79 to help the Trevians.

Warren Invite

Ryan Banas shot a 5-over 77 to lead Loyola Academy to sixth place at the 13-team invitational Saturday, Aug. 20, at Bittersweet Golf Club in Gurnee.

Regina 4, Trinity 1

Kat Schuenzel won 6-1, 6-4 at top singles for the Panthers, who earned the league win Wednesday, Aug. 24.

Emma and Maeve Kostyk, Margaret Clancy and Lexie Tingle, and Emily McDermott and Kylie Hammer were all straight-set winners in the doubles for Regina.

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