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High School Highlights: Giants boys hoops off to 2-1 start; Boland drops 26 as LA drops LZ

A summary of preps sports competition from area schools over the past weekSend scores and highlights to

Highland Park 42, Ridgewood 40

Simon Moschin scored a layup with four seconds to go to give the Giants the victory on Wednesday, Nov. 22.

New Trier 59, Lake Zurich 57

Colby Smith’s late 3-pointer delivered a victory for the Trevians in the competitive tournament matchup on Tuesday, Nov. 21.

Loyola 64, Butler Prep 39

Miles Boland (17 points) and Andrew Hollerich (15) led the Ramblers in the tournament victory on Tuesday, Nov. 21, in Wilmette.

Schaumburg 41, Highland Park 38

The Giants dropped their second game of the season on Tuesday, Nov. 21.

New Trier 62, Butler 29

The Trevians earned the season-opening victory on Monday, Nov. 20, in Winnetka.

Loyola 60, Lake Zurich 54

Miles Boland scored 26 points to go with 5 rebounds and 4 assists and a pair of steals for the Ramblers on Monday, Nov. 20, in Wilmette.

Andrew Hollerich chipped in 16 points, while Jimmy Tarjan had 7 rebounds for Loyola.

Highland Park 73, Mather 45

The Giants opened their campaign with a victory on Monday, Nov. 20, in Chicago.

New Trier 67, Phillips 55

KJ Saccaro filled the stat sheet with 16 points, 5 assists and 6 steals for the victorious Trevians on Monday, Nov. 20, in Winnetka.

Sela Klein had 19 points, and Marley Meyers and Erin Floyd 10 points apiece for New Trier (3-1).

Loyola 52, Stevenson 28

The host Ramblers post a big win against Stevenson on Saturday, Nov. 18, in Wilmette.

New Trier 47, Fenwick 44

Sela Klein scored 21 points, while Reese Leahy added 8 points and 6 rebounds in the Trevians’ tournament win on Saturday, Nov. 18.

Regina 44, Grayslake North 11

Jillian DeFranza dropped 18 points and added 5 rebounds on Saturday, Nov. 18, to lead the Panthers (3-2) to their third win in the Mundelein holiday tournament.

DeFranza and Natalia Cerrado were named to the All-Tournament team.

Regina 34, Grant 17

Payton Olszewski scored 9 points while Jillian DeFranza had 7 for the Panthers on Nov. 17.

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