High School Highlights: Trevs trotters ahead of the pack in Peoria; HP’s Kayla Newman swims to 2nd school record
A summary of preps sports competition from area schools over the past week
New Trier 4, Maine West 0
The Trevians picked up the league crossover victory on Monday, Oct. 3, in Des Plaines.
New Trier also picked up the top seed in the IHSA Class 3A Glenbrook South Sectional, ahead of Evanston, Oak Park-River Forest, Niles North and Taft in the top five. Loyola Academy is the tournament’s 11th seed. The Trevs begin postseason play on Tuesday, Oct. 18, in the Glenbrook North Regional, and Loyola will start with Lane Tech on Tuesday, Oct. 18, in Evanston.
Highland Park is No. 15 in the Buffalo Grove Sectional and opens regional play on Tuesday, Oct. 18, against No. 2 Warren in Round Lake.
North Shore Country Day 3, Francis Parker 0
The Raiders shutout their conference rivals on Monday, Oct. 3, in Winnetka.
NSCD (18-0-1) earned the top seed in an IHSA Class 1A Cristo Rey St. Martin sub-sectional and begin postseason play Tuesday, Oct. 11, at home.
Regina 25-25, Woodlands 23-11
Delaney Kevin had two aces to go with her four kills to guide the Panthers to victory on Tuesday, Oct. 4, in Wilmette.
Loyola 29-25, Montini 27-21
Ava Bogan (5 blocks) and Grace Kreutz (9 digs) racked up six kills apiece as the Ramblers bested their league foe on Monday, Oct. 3, in Lombard.
Bella Donato added 14 digs and Catherine Burke five blocks and three aces for Loyola (18-8, 3-1).
Regina 18-25-25, Latin 25-23-16
Delaney Kevin racked up nine kills, while Haneefa Adam and Grace Leahy chipped in eight apiece in the Panthers’ come-from-behind win on senior night Monday, Oct. 3, in Wilmette.
BOYS AND GIRLS GOLF
GIRLS SWIM AND DIVE
St. Charles Classic
Tierney Lenahan won the 100-yard freestyle and 100 backstroke to lead New Trier to the championship of the nine-team meet on Saturday, Oct. 1.
Charlize Escasa (100 breaststroke) and Olivia Safarikova (200 free) added individual wins for the Trevians, who also picked up two relay victories (200 medley, 200 free).
Maine West Swim For a Cure
Kayla Newman (100-yard butterfly, 200 freestyle) and Sydney Lewis (50 freestyle, 500 freestyle) won two individual events apiece as Highland Park topped the six-team field on Saturday, Oct. 1.
The Giants added victories in all three relay events: 200 medley, 200 free and 400 free.
Highland Park 93, Deerfield 93
Kayla Newman won the 100-yard freestyle and set a new school record (52.54 seconds) in the process, as the Giants tied their rivals on Friday, Sept. 30. It is Newman’s second school record, already holding the top mark in the 200 free (1:51.28).
Marisa Miller won the 200 individual medley for Highland Park, which also got a victory in the 200 free relay.
Latin Prep Classic
Owen Keyt placed third and Aramis Thai-Garcia 13th out of more than 100 runners, leading North Shore Country Day to seventh as a team on Thursday, Oct. 6, in Chicago.
Oscar Dueno-Alda took third with a time of 14 minutes, 45.6 seconds to pace New Trier to first overall in the 36-team field on Saturday, Oct. 1, at Detweiler Park in Peoria.
Atticus Miller (9th), Samuel Teppo (17th) and Gabe Nosek (34th) also contributed for the Trevians.
GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
Latin Prep Classic
Danielle Isasi, of North Shore Country Day, took fifth out of more than 70 runners on Thursday, Oct. 6.
Wheaton North Flight Classic
Maeve Norman, Ellie Grammas and Ana Kimball all took second in their respective flights to lead Loyola Academy to third in the team scoring on Saturday, Oct. 1, in Wheaton. Jane Lynch was fourth in the top flight for the Ramblers.
Josie Cahill placed sixth in the championship flight, while Mia Burton was seventh in her flight to pace the Trevians’ 10th-place finish.
Regina 4, Resurrection 3
Mimi Waddel, Kat Schuenzel and Millie Kadjan led the Panthers to a singles sweep on Monday, Oct. 3, in Wilmette.
New Trier 4, Glenbrook South 0
The Trevians continued their winning ways with a shutout of the Titans on Monday, Oct. 1, in Northfield.
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