Highland Park, Sports

High School Highlights: Ramblers girls get victory in ‘Hoosiers’ gym, LA boys move to 7-1, four HPHS wrestlers win tourney titles

A summary of preps sports competition from area schools over the past weekScores and highlights can be sent to joe@therecordns.org.

Grayslake North 56, Highland Park 39

The Giants (3-5) dropped the nonconference road game on Wednesday, Dec. 7.

New Trier 74, Zion-Benton 47

The Trevs (6-1) took care of the visiting Zee-Bees on Monday, Dec. 5, in Northfield.

Loyola 53, Bulls Prep 31

Oliver Bishop tallied 14 points, while Andrew Hollerich had 8 points and 4 steals for the victorious Ramblers (7-1) on Monday, Dec. 5, in Wilmette.

Loyola 50, Von Steuben 30

Miles Boland and Jimmy Tarjan had 9 points apiece for the host Ramblers on Saturday, Dec. 3, in Wilmette.

Wheaton North 56, Highland Park 48

The Giants drop a tight tournament matchup on Saturday, Dec. 3, at Wheaton-Warrenville South.

New Trier 52, Maine South 27

The Trevians rolled the host Hawks in a conference showdown on Friday, Dec. 2, in Park Ridge.

Loyola 43, Marmion 28

Alex Engro had 8 points, 8 rebounds and 4 assists to lead the Ramblers to the league win on the road Friday, Dec. 2.

Oliver Bishop scored a team-high 9 points for Loyola.

Highland Park 48, Maine West 35

The visiting Giants earned a league win on Friday, Dec. 2.

Regina 44, Morgan Park 19

Olivia Fraterrigo had 12 points to lead nine Panthers who scored in the win on Thursday, Dec. 8.

Payton Olszewski and Maddie Witchger added 6 points apiece for Regina.

Loyola 41, Montini 37

The Ramblers moved to 6-1 with the big conference road win on Wednesday, Dec. 7, in Lombard.

Glenbrook North 54, New Trier 40

KJ Sacarro finished with 11 points and Rachael Zacks 9 in the Trevians’ loss Tuesday, Dec. 6, in Northbrook.

Joelle Greif and Erin Floyd added 8 points apiece for New Trier.

Highland Park 64, Niles North 36

Maddie Chabot dropped 26 points to go with 14 rebounds in the Giants’ league win on Tuesday, Dec. 6, in Highland Park.

McKenzie Reitmayer added 20 points and 6 rebounds for Highland Park (5-4.)

Loyola 59, De la Salle 18

The Ramblers claimed victory in a special road game Saturday, Dec. 3, at the famous Hoosier Gym in Knightstown, Indiana.

Round Lake 38, Highland Park 35

McKenzie Reitmayer scored 14 points, while Maddie Reitmayer added 8 rebounds for the Giants on Saturday, Dec. 3.

Regina 28, Westlake Christian 27

Natalia Cerrado led the Panthers with 7 points in the tight win Saturday, Dec. 3.

Kendall Williams added 6 points, 9 rebounds, 4 blocks and 5 steals for Regina.

Maine South 58, New Trier 48

Rachael Zacks had 12 points and 8 rebounds for the Trevs on Friday, Dec. 2, in Northfield.

Maine West 63, Highland Park 57 (2OT)

Maddie Chalbot went for 22 points and 14 rebounds in the Giants’ heartbreaking league loss on Friday, Dec. 2, in Skokie.

Loyola Tri-Meet

The Ramblers defeated Lane Tech and Taft while celebrating their seniors on Tuesday, Dec. 6, in Wilmette.

Neuqua Valley Tournament

Massey Odiotti and Kai Calcutt earned individual titles for the Ramblers on Saturday, Dec. 3.

Hinsdale South Invite

Nate Ferrari, Mark Martinez, Dmitry Derbedyenyev and Jacques Munkhjargal all won their divisions to lead Highland Park to a second place team finish on Saturday, Dec. 3.

Ian Buduan and Emmet Pulte added second-place finishes for the Giants.

New Trier 3,609, Glenbrook North 3,853

Andy Fallon had a team-high-game 258 and Charlie Hayden had a team-high-series of 679 for the Trevians on Thursday, Dec. 8.

New Trier 3,541, Evanston 3,496

Charlie Hayden (702 three-game series) and Ford Denham (678) led the Trevs to the league victory on Tuesday, Dec. 6.

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