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High School Highlights: Trevians start road trip with W, Loyola hoops sweep Jesuit Cup

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

New Trier 67, Gilbert Christian (Arizona) 51

Ian Brown racked up 24 points and snagged 12 rebounds on Thursday, Dec. 14, as the Trevians won their first game of the Saguaro Holiday Classic in Arizona.

Loyola 53, St. Francis de Sales 40

Miles Boland poured in 29 points to go with 9 rebounds in the Ramblers’ victory on Tuesday, Dec. 12.

Rochelle Zell 52, North Shore Country Day 46

The Raiders dropped the road tilt on Monday, Dec. 11, in Deerfield.

New Trier 54, Hampshire 32

The Trevians (7-1) won running away in a matchup in the Winter Storm Madness on Saturday, Dec. 9, at South Elgin High School.

Highland Park 48, Lake View 40

The host Giants outlasted the Wildcats on Saturday, Dec. 9, to move to 4-4 on the season.

New Trier 60, Deerfield 36

The Trevians picked up a Central Suburban South victory on Friday, Dec. 8, in Winnetka.

Loyola 40, St. Ignatius 37

Andrew Hollerich finished with 17 points while Brendan Loftus grabbed 9 rebounds for the Ramblers in their comeback, Jesuit Cup win on Friday, Dec. 8, at Loyola University in Chicago.

Highland Park 47, Vernon Hills 33

The Giants earned the conference win on the road Friday, Dec. 8, in Vernon Hills.

Loyola 51, DePaul Prep 35

The Ramblers extended their season-starting win streak to 11 games on Wednesday, Dec. 13, in Chicago.

New Trier 61, Waukegan 34

Sela Klein scored a team-high 13 points and added 5 steals, while Marley Meyers added 10 points and 3 steals for the Trevians on Tuesday, Dec. 12, in Winnetka.

Loyola 48, Fremd 46

The Ramblers edged the Vikings in this girls basketball power clash in the Exam Jamm on Tuesday, Dec. 12.

The victory was No. 356 for Loyola head coach Jeremy Schoenecker, setting a new record for program wins.

Regina 38, Oak Park-River Forest 29

Jillian DeFranza tallied 12 points to lead the visiting Panthers to victory on Tuesday, Dec. 12, in Oak Park.

Natalia Cerrado (7 points) and Olivia Fraterrigo (6) chipped in for Regina.

Glenbrook North 54, Highland Park 33

The Giant couldn’t keep up with the Spartans in the conference crossover contest on Monday, Dec. 11, in Northbrook.

New Trier 51, Lane Tech 29

Sela Klein (22 points) and KJ Sacarro (6 rebounds, 9 assists, 5 steals) led the charge for the Trevians on Saturday, Dec. 9, in Winnetka.

Erin Floyd chipped in 7 points and 8 rebounds.

Dominican 47, Regina Dominican 21

Jillian DeFranza scored 8 points but the Panthers could not keep up in the road tilt on Saturday, Dec. 9, in Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin.

Loyola 63, St. Ignatius 37

Aubrey Galvan scored 16 points in the Ramblers’ rout of the Wolfpack on Friday, Dec. 8, at Loyola University in Chicago.

Paige Engels, Kelsey Langston and Morgan Bruno added 11 points each as Loyola took back the Jesuit Cup.

Niles North 52, Highland Park 27

Dmitri Derbedyenyev and Alex Gudgeon pinned their opponents for Highland Park in the Central Suburban North dual on Thursday, Dec. 14.

New Trier 137.95, Deerfield 124.71

Clara Crossgrove won the balance beam (8.85), floor exercise (9.55) and all-around (36.35) titles in the Trevians’ dual win on Tuesday, Dec. 12.

Sammy Mills won the vault (8.9) and Annabel Strugis the uneven bars (9.35) for New Trier.

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Sammy Mills (34.35) and Taylor Kim (34.2) finished sixth and seventh, respectively, in the all-around to help New Trier (138.125) to a second-place team finish on Saturday, Dec. 9, at Hinsdale Central.

Annabel Strugis placed third in the uneven bars (9.3) and sixth in the vault (9.325) for the Trevs.

Hinsdale Central 94, New Trier 92

George Angelov won the 50- and 100-yard freestyles for the Trevians in the tight loss on Saturday, Dec. 9, in Hinsdale.

Knox Noble added a win in the diving competition and the Trevians won all three relays (200 medley and 200 and 400 free).

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