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, Evanston 1 (2OT)
Aidan O’Neill tied the game late in regulation and added the first overtime goal to lead the Trevians to the dramatic playoff win on Tuesday, Oct 24, in Evanston.
Calyx Hoover added the third tally for New Trier, which advanced to the sectional championship.
New Trier 2, Taft 1 (4-2 PK’s)
The Trevians bested Taft in penalty kicks to eke out the regional-championship victory on Friday, Oct. 20.
New Trier 25-25, Niles North 12-16
The Trevians swept the Vikings in the regional championship affair on Wednesday, Oct. 26, in Winnetka.
Loyola 25-23-25, Glenbrook North 17-25-21
Ellen Gundlach recorded 14 kills and Madeline Thomas 37 digs as the Ramblers outlasted the Spartans to take home the regional championship on Wednesday, Oct. 26, in Northbrook.
Reilly Garrity chipped in 24 assists and Kenzie Boylen 6 blocks for Loyola.
Aurora Christian 25-25, Regina 13-20
Ella Grillo finished with 4 kills and Peyton Bertsch 3 as the Panthers (12-10) dropped the playoff match on Wednesday, Oct. 25.
New Trier 25-25, Highland Park 7-7
The Trevians dropped the Giants in a regional semifinal on Tuesday, Oct. 24, in Winnetka.
Loyola 25-25, Senn 10-9
The Ramblers picked up the playoff-opening victory on Oct. 24 in Northbrook.
Loyola Academy Regional
Hannah Falk placed eighth and Josie Cahill 10th to lead New Trier to a second place team finish on Saturday, Oct. 21. Sadie Abbott added a 16th-place finish for the Trevs.
Jane Lynch placed seventh, Kate Mueller 19th and Ana Kimball 22nd for third-place Loyola Academy.
Annie Issaccson finished 21st, Bella Oviedo 28th and Maggie Mariano 29th as Highland Park advanced with a fifth-place finish.
Loyola Academy Regional
Ben Crane won the race in 15 minutes 13.6 seconds for New Trier, which also won the team title on Saturday, Oct. 21. Felix Hekster (6th), Atticus Miller (7th) and Walter Zimmerman (10th) all finished in the top 10 for the Trevians.
Nate Wehner and Brian Hatoum finished 2-3 for Highland Park, which placed second overall.
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