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High School Highlights: Trevs best Arizona competition for second straight year; Ramblers girls move to 12-2

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New Trier 42, Evanston 36

Jake Fiegen tallied 12 points and Ian Brown 11 as the Trevians outlasted their rivals Thursday, Dec. 22, at Northwestern’s Welsh-Ryan Arena in Evanston.

Loyola 44, Notre Dame 36

Oliver Bishop had a team-high 14 points while Alex Engro had 13 points, 5 assists and 3 steals for the Ramblers (9-4) on Thursday, Dec. 22, in Niles.

North Shore Country Day 60, Beacon Academy 35

The Raiders picked up a nonconference victory on Wednesday, Dec. 21, in Evanston.

Mt. Carmel 56, Loyola 34

Miles Boland scored 7 points to lead the Ramblers (8-4, 2-1) in a Catholic League road tilt on Tuesday, Dec. 20, in Chicago.

North Shore Country Day 69, Northtown 44

Johnny Pappas scored 14 points and Robbie Black had 10 as the Raiders earned the nonconference home win on Monday, Dec. 19, in Winnetka.

New Trier 69, Verrado (Arizona) 27

The Trevians bested the hosts in convincing fashion in the championship game of the Saguaro Holiday Classic on Saturday, Dec. 17, in Arizona.

Jake Fiegen was named tournament MVP ad Logan Feller and Evan Kanellos also were named to the All-Tournament team after New Trier also beat Horizon (71-42) and Carl Hayden (71-44). New Trier won the tournament for the second straight year.

Prospect 61, Highland Park 25

The Giants fell in a nonconference road test on Saturday, Dec. 17.

Evanston 54, Loyola 52 (OT)

Miles Boland scored 16 points and Jimmy Tarjan had 10 in the Ramblers’ heartbreaking loss on Thursday, Dec. 16, in Wilmette.

Deerfield 51, Highland Park 34

The visiting Giants came up short against their rivals on Friday, Dec. 16, in Deerfield.

New Trier 52, Evanston 31

Erin Floyd dropped 12 points, and Rachel Zacks and Haley Thompson chipped in 11 and 10, respectively, in the Trevians’ rivalry win Thursday, Dec. 22, at Welsh-Ryan Arena in Evanston.

Libertyville 36, Loyola 30

The Ramblers (12-2) lost in the third game of the Libertyville Winter Classic on Thursday, Dec. 22, and move on to the third-place game.

Loyola 84, Hope 26

The Ramblers (12-1) sank 19 three-pointers in their rout of host Hope Academy on Wednesday, Dec. 21, in Chicago.

New Trier 38, Lane Tech 28

The Trevians made it two straight victories with the road win on Tuesday, Dec. 20, in Chicago.

Regina 42, Waukegan 35

Olivia Fraterrigo scored 12 points while Jillian DeFranza and Kendall Williams added 10 apiece for the Panthers on Tuesday, Dec. 20, in Waukegan.

Loyola 75, Vernon Hills 41

The Ramblers picked up on Monday, Dec. 19, a second victory in the Libertyville Winter Classic.

Regina 48, Holy Trinity 35

Olivia Fraterrigo scored 14 points for the visiting Panthers on Monday, Dec. 19.

New Trier 57, Elk Grove 24

Rachael Zacks recorded a double-double (12 points, 11 rebounds) to help the Trevians snap their losing streak on Saturday, Dec. 17, in Elk Grove.

Erin Floyd chipped in 9 points and 7 rebounds and Charlotte Dellin 8 points for New Trier.

Loyola 57, Cary-Grove 18

The Ramblers won a first-round matchup of the Libertyville holiday tournament on Saturday, Dec. 17.

Taft 43, Regina 41

Jillian DeFranza was 3-of-3 from three-point range and finished with 13 points for the Panthers on Saturday, Dec. 17.

Olivia Fraterrigo also had 13 points for Regina.

Deerfield 69, Highland Park 44

Maddie Chabot racked up 22 points and 14 rebounds in the Giants’ (6-6) rivalry loss to the highly touted Warriors (11-2) on Friday, Dec. 16.

Loyola 55, Evanston 33

The Ramblers beat the rival Wildkits at home Thursday, Dec. 16, in Wilmette.

New Trier Holiday Invite

Ryann Segall recorded a second-place finish on the uneven bars (9.25) and sixth-place on vault (9.2) to lead the Trevians to third place out of 10 teams at the annual invite Saturday, Dec. 17, in Northfield.

Clara Crossgrove was fourth with her floor routine (9.225) and finished sixth in the all-around (35.425) for New Trier, who was behind Geneva (142.425) and Carmel (141.025).

New Trier 117, Highland Park 69

Aiden Musick (200-yard freestyle, 100 butterfly) and Stuart Timmerman (200 individual medley and 100 breaststroke) won two individual events each in the Trevians’ dual victory on Friday, Dec. 16.

Kevin Obochi led the way for the Giants with wins in the 50 free and 100 free, while Danny Castle picked up a win in the 100 backstroke.

Vernon Hills 3,735, New Trier 3,640

Andy Fallon rolled a 720 series, which included a high-game 259, but it wasn’t enough to top the Cougars on Tuesday, Dec. 20.

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