A summary of preps sports competition from area schools over the past week
New Trier 3, Maine South 1
The Trevians collected the conference victory on Wednesday, Sept. 13.
North Shore Country Day 0, Lake Forest Academy 0 (2OT)
The Independent School League rivals battle to a draw Wednesday, Sept. 13
New Trier 2, Hinsdale Central 1
Colin Gottshall’s late goal carried the Trevians to a thrilling victory on Saturday, Sept. 10, in Hinsdale.
Matthew Perchik also scored for New Trier off an assist from Evan Kanellos.
North Shore Country Day 2, Mendota 0; NSCD 2, Timothy Christian 1
Tae Won Lillig scored three goals across the two Raiders’ victories on Saturday, Sept. 10.
Lyons 2, New Trier 1
Evan Kanellos (5 goals) scored on a direct kick and Thomas Terry had six saves for the Trevians in the title game of the Northside College Showcase Saturday, Sept. 3, in Northfield.
New Trier 30, 25, Evanston 28-13
The Trevians put it together to bounce the Wildkits on Wednesday, Sept. 14, in Evanston.
Regina 25-25, Francis Parker 9-15
Payton Bertsch and Haneefa Adam racked up five kills apiece, while Grace Leahy added four in the Panthers’ win Wednesday, Sept. 14.
Loyola 25-25, St. Ignatius 18-16
Catherine Burke finished with six kills and five blocks to lead the Ramblers to victory on Tuesday, Sept. 13.
Gabby Charlier passed out 13 assists, while Maria Stevens tallied nine digs for Loyola (12-4).
Highland Park Invitational
Regina Dominican finished the tournament — held Friday-Saturday, Sept. 9-10 — 2-2 with wins against Highland Park and Lake Forest Academy.
New Trier 159, Glenbrook South 179
Amy Beanblossom’s 36 guided the Trevians to the league victory on Wednesday, Sept. 14, at Winnetka Golf Club.
Alexa Green and Grace Leber shot a 38 each for New Trier.
Amy Beanblossom shot a 74 to come in fourth and lead New Trier (324 strokes) to a fifth-place finish Saturday, Sept. 10, at the 43rd annual tournament.
Loyola Academy finished fourth with a 319 in the invitational won by Stevenson (303).
New Trier def. Carmel
Oliver Barr goes low with a 36 for the Trevs in the dual on Wednesday, Sept. 14, at Pine Meadow.
Logan Keeter, a freshman, carded a 37 and Will Leber, a senior, a 39 for New Trier.
New Trier def. Niles West
Logan Keeter shot a 31 to medal in the Central Suburban matchup on Tuesday, Sept. 13, at Willow Hill.
Myles Cunningham (34), Peter McNeely (35) and Millan Biggs (36) supported New Trier’s winning effort.
New Trier def. Deerfield
Alex Creamean and Logan Keeter each carded 36’s to pace the Trevs on Monday, Sept. 12.
Highland Park won the four-team meet on Saturday, Sept. 10.
Lake Forest Academy Invite
Owen Keyt took third and Aramis Thai-Garcia fourth to pace North Shore Country Day to a second-place finish on Wednesday, Sept. 13.
Nora McCabe’s first-place finish (20 minutes, 44 seconds) propelled Regina Dominican to second place on the girls side.
Regina 3, Morgan Park 2
Maeve Kostyk and Emma Bevenour led a sweep of the doubles courts for the Panthers on Monday, Sept. 12 in Wilmette.
Katie Ludden and Lexie Tingle and Emily McDermott and Kylie Hammer also picked up straight-set wins for Regina.
New Trier won the tournament championship by winning five of the six divisions on Saturday, Sept. 10.
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