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High School Highlights: Trevs lacrosse raises funds, gets victory; NT soccer wins 3 in Malnati’s Classic

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New Tier 9, Deerfield 0

Max Kaplan struck out 11 while allowing just one hit in a shutout victory for the Trevians on Thursday, April 13.

Dylan Mayer and Ben Toft each hit a two-run homer for New Trier (9-1).

Stevenson 15, Highland Park 5

Darren Gussis notched two hits including a double and Dave Finfer drove in two runs for the Giants in the Wednesday, April 12 road loss.

Evanston 11, Highland Park 1

The Giants fell to the 13-2 Wildkits in the road tilt on Tuesday, April 11.

New Trier 9, Fremd 7

Aidan Nolan homered and had 4 RBI and 2 stolen bases to lead the Trevians on Saturday, April 8.

Henry Wolfe and Graham Mastros chipped in two hits apiece for New Trier.

Highland Park 11, Hoffman Estates 4

Danny Greenberg doubled twice, knocked in a pair of runs and scored three times for the Giants on Saturday, April 8.

Dylan Lew added a pair of doubles and scored twice or Highland Park.

Loyola Academy

The Ramblers first three games of their road trip to Florida were rained out April 11-13.

Loyola 15, Resurrection 3

Mercedes Delgado, Emily Bartholomew (4 hits), Leanna Keller and Gwen Coleman all hit home runs in the Ramblers’ league victory on Wednesday, April 12.

Paige Smith added three hits for Loyola.

Niles West 3, New Trier 0

The visiting Trevs fell to 2-4 with the conference loss on Tuesday, April 11.

St. Laurence 3, Loyola 0

The host Ramblers dropped the league matchup on Tuesday, April 11, in Glenview.

New Trier 6, Niles North 1

The Trevians picked up a CSL crossover victory on Saturday, April 8, in Winnetka.

Lyons 1, New Trier 0

The Trevians came up short on Thursday, April 13, in the semifinal match of the Lou Malnati’s Deep Dish Classic.

New Trier 3, Lane Tech 2

Sadie-Grace Richardson headed in a goal off a corner kick from Lida Dodge broke a 2-2 tie for the Trevians on Wednesday, April 12, in Chicago.

Dodge added a goal herself, as did Nora Westol, as New Trier won its third game in the Lou Malnati’s Deep Dish Classic.

Lyons 3, Loyola 0

The visiting Ramblers were blanked by unbeaten Lyons Township (8-0) on Wednesday, April 12.

New Trier 1, Stevenson 0

Lida Dodge scored and Caroline Hague earned the shutout in net for the Trevians in their second game of the Lou Malnati’s Deep Dish Classic on Monday, April 10, in Northfield.

Loyola 2, Glenbrook South 0

Emily Plovanich and Ellianna Seeley each tallied as the Ramblers won the Lou Malnati’s Deep Dish Classic match on Monday, April 10, in Wilmette.

New Trier 4, Greyslake Central 0

Lida Dodge and Josie Noble recorded two goals apiece as the Trevs started off the Lou Malnati’s Deep Dish Classic with a victory on Saturday, April 8.

Evanston 22-28-28, New Trier 25-24-24

The Trevians (7-3) were defeated in the dramatic rivalry showdown on Wednesday, April 12, in Evanston.

New Trier 25-25, Niles West 21-17

The visiting Trevs downed their conference foe on Monday, April 10, in Skokie.

Blue Devil Tournament

New Trier finished in third place Saturday, April 8, in the 24-team tournament at Warren Township High School.

New Trier 16, Benet Academy 10

The Trevians picked up a home win on Thursday, April 13, in Northfield.

New Trier 19, Glenbrook South 1

The Trevians raised more than $5,000 in the Fight Kids Cancer Game on Tuesday, April 11.

Lake Forest Academy Invitational

Haneefa Adam won the triple jump and the 100-meter dash to pace Regina Dominican to a first-place finish on Tuesday, April 12.

Kendall Williams added wins in the long jump and high jump for the Panthers, who also won the 4-by-100 and 4-by-200 relays.

Highland Park Triangular

Dmitry Derbedyenyev won the discus (36.3 meters) and Larry Jenkins the shot put (13.47) for the host Giants on Thursday, April 13, when Evanston and Loyola Academy visited.

Credo Mlope (triple jump, 12.26), Will Simon (1,600, 4 minutes, 36.46 seconds) and Miles Lyons (400, 54.28) picked up wins for the Ramblers.

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