High School Highlights: Regional soccer champs New Trier, Loyola to face off on Tuesday; Highland Park baseball earns share of league title
A summary of preps sports competition from area schools over the past week. Send scores and highlights to firstname.lastname@example.org.
New Trier 3, Oak Park-River Forest 1
Josie Noble, Lauren Caldwell and Lida Dodge all found the back of the net as the Trevians won their 21st straight regional championship on Friday, May 19, at Maine South High School.
No. 2 New Trier advances to the sectional semifinals on Tuesday, May 23, at Evanston High School, where it will take on No. 3 Loyola Academy.
Loyola 3, Niles West 0
Lilianna Ciesla, Ellie Vehovsky and Mim Fritzsche each scored a goal in the Ramblers’ regional-championship win on Friday, May 19.
New Trier 4, St. Patrick 1
Beau McBride struck out 11 through six innings pitched to lead the Trevians on Friday, May 19.
Graham Mastros notched two hits and an RBI for New Trier (24-6).
Maine South 6, New Trier 4
Dylan Mayer notched two hits and an RBI for the Trevians on Wednesday, May 17, in Park Ridge.
With the win, the Hawks (12-3) earned at least a share of the Central Suburban South title, while the Trevians (12-4) fell into second place.
Highland Park 3, Vernon Hills 0 (9 inn.)
Luke Weber struck out 14 batters and allowed just two hits for the Giants, who with the win Wednesday, May 17, in Vernon Hills earned a share of the Central Suburban North crown.
Dylan Lew knocked in two runs and added two walks for Highland Park.
New Trier 4, Maine South 1
Max Kaplan pitched all seven innings for the Trevians, striking out four, in their big league win on Monday, May 15.
Brendan Stressler doubled twice, while Aidan Nolan had a fifth-inning RBI single for New Trier (23-4).
Highland Park 4, Vernon Hills 0
Michael Pasquesi struck out seven through seven innings to earn the shutout win for the Giants on Monday, May 15.
JT Killeen doubled and had an RBI while Dustin Gussis had two hits for Highland Park.
New Trier 14, Maine West 1
Graham Mastros, Trey Meyers and Charles Wanzenberg knocked in two runs apiece in the Trevs’ win Saturday, May 13.
Regina 10, Latin 8
Stella Ozenbaugh had three RBI and Ella Grillo two hits and two runs on Friday, May 12, as the Panthers wrapped up Independent School League play with an unbeaten record.
Loyola 25-25, St. Viator 11-18
Jake Balata and Jack Lopez notched five kills apiece in the Ramblers’ victory on Wednesday, May 17.
Nathan Chi dished out 21 assists for Loyola (29-5, 8-0).
Maine South 25-25, New Trier 21-20
The Trevians dropped the conference affair on Tuesday, May 16, to fall to 5-5 in the CSL South.
Loyola 25-25, Providence 12-18
Nathan Chi finished with 18 assists and 3 aces and Stef Kins added 10 digs for the visiting Ramblers on Monday, May 15, in New Lenox.
Mike Hulett Spring Fling
Ben Trapp (11 kills) and Jack Lopez (9 kills) led Loyola Academy to a 25-20, 25-19 championship victory against Marion Catholic on Saturday, May 13.
The Ramblers went 5-0 in the tournament, also taking down Jones (25-16, 25-17), Grayslake North (25-15, 25-22), Deerfield (25-16, 25-16) and St. Charles North (25-17, 25-13).
GIRLS TRACK AND FIELD
Chicago Hope Academy Sectional
Danielle Isasi won the 1,600 run and placed second in the 3,200 and Emi Comeau won the shot put (9.32 meters) to lead North Shore Country Day to a second-place team finish on Thursday, May 11, in Chicago.
Reese Meyers (400), Ella Capozzi (100 hurdles) and the 4-by-400 relay team (Danielle Savin, Comeau, Isasi and Capozzi) earned second-place finishes for the Raiders to qualify for the state finals.
Regina Dominican 9, Highland Park 8 (OT)
Carrie Hines scored four times for the Panthers in the win Tuesday, May 16, in Highland Park.
Maggie Bramblet and Lexie Tingle scored the overtime goals for Regina.
Regina 16, Jones 13
Carrie Hines (6 goals) and Lexie Tingle (5) led the Panthers to victory on Monday, May 15.
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