A summary of preps sports competition from area schools over the past week. Send scores and highlights to email@example.com.
New Trier 64, Glenbrook South 51
Jake Fiegen racked up 30 points in the Trevians’ big CSL South victory Friday, Jan. 27, in Northfield.
With Evanston’s victory over Glenbrook North the same night, New Trier (20-4, 6-1) retook the lead in the conference-title race.
Loyola 39, DePaul 36
Andrew Hollerich scored 13 points and Brendan Loftus nabbed 10 rebounds for the Ramblers (20-6) on Friday, Jan. 27.
Vernon Hills 58, Highland Park 51 (OT)
Gabe Schamberg recorded 11 points for the host Giants who fell in a conference heartbreaker Friday, Jan. 27.
Loyola 57, Providence 38
Andrew Hollerich dropped 17 points while Miles Boland tallied 10 in the Rambers’ Catholic League victory on Tuesday, Jan. 24.
Alex Engro added 8 rebounds and 4 steals for Loyola.
New Trier 61, La Lumiere 37
The host Trevians picked up a nonconference win on Monday, Jan. 23, in Northfield
Glenbrook South 70, New Trier 55
The Trevians could not keep up with the host Titans on Friday, Jan. 27, in Glenview.
Loyola 51, La Lumiere 41
The host Ramblers (20-5) earn a nonconference victory Friday, Jan. 27, in Wilmette.
Vernon Hills 60, Highland Park 31
The Giants (10-11, 3-6) fell on the road to the Cougars (16-9, 7-2) on Friday, Jan. 27.
Regina 41, Willows 31
Payton Olszewski and Natalia Cerrado scored 11 points apiece for the Panthers on Friday, Jan. 27.
Kendall Williams added 10 points and 4 blocks for Regina (14-7).
Ridgewood 35, Regina 33
Kendall Williams finished with 12 points, 11 rebounds and 3 blocks for the visiting Panthers on Thursday, Jan. 26.
Highland Park 42, Niles West 40
MaKenzie Reitmayer scored 20 points on 7-of-10 shooting in the Giants’ league crossover win Tuesday, Jan. 24.
Maddie Chabot added 12 points and 10 rebounds for Highland Park.
Regina 46, Chicago U-High 42
Olivia Fraterrigo and Payton Olszewski had 11 points apiece in the Panthers’ win Tuesday, Jan. 24.
New Trier 52, Oak Park-River Forest 24
Sela Klein had 9 points and 4 steals in her return to the lineup for the visiting Trevians on Monday, Jan. 23, in Oak Park.
Rachael Zacks (12 points) and KJ Saccaro (10) led New Trier in scoring.
Loyola 58, Prospect 46
The Ramblers picked up a nonconference victory on Monday, Jan. 23.
New Trier 51, Lane Tech 27
The Trevians earned a dual-meet win on Tuesday, Jan. 26.
Central Suburban League Championships
Mark Martinez won first place in the 138-pound division for Highland Park, which placed sixth as a team on Saturday, Jan. 21, in Evanston.
Wilson Wright (145 pounds) and Tyler Jackson (182) took second place in their weight classes for New Trier, which also got a third-place finishes from Eli Polacek (152) and Tagg Miller (160) and a fourth-place from Dylan Jeppe (220).
Chicago Catholic League Championships
Massey Odiotti, James Hemmila, Quinn Herbert, Kai Calcutt and Joey Herbert all placed second in their respective divisions for Loyola Academy on Saturday, Jan. 21, at Marmion Academy.
Gavin Pardilla added a third-place finish and Pat Zimmer and Danny Herbert fourth for the Ramblers, who placed fourth as a team.
BOYS SWIM AND DIVE
Stevenson 104, New Trier 82
Aiden Musick, Brady Baxter, Augustus Noreuil and Max Lestina joined forces to win the 200-yard freestyle relay for the Trevians on Saturday, Jan. 21.
Lestina added a win in the 50 and 100 frees and Musick in the 100 butterfly for New Trier.
Buffalo Grove Invite
Noam Kulbak won the 1-meter dive by racking up 544.3 points as Highland Park placed third in the 17-team meet on Saturday, Jan. 21.
Danny Castle added a win in the 100-yard freestyle, while Kevin Obochi placed second in the 50 free and 100 butterfly for Highland Park.
Central Suburban League South Championships
Clara Crossgrove finished second in the all-around (36.525) after second-place finishes in the floor (9.45) and on the uneven bars (9.425), leading New Trier (141.425) to a first-place finish on Friday, Jan. 27.
Anabel Sturgis pitched in a fourth-place finish on vault and Ryan Segall third on bars and fifth on beam for the Trevians, who with the win earned a share of the overall conference title.
Central Suburban League North Championships
Amelie Gerber placed fifth in the floor exercise (8.475) Maddyn Cohen sixth in the vault (8.725) to help Highland Park to fourth place on Friday, Jan. 27.
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