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High School Highlights: One night, two game-winners for Loyola hoops; Regina Dominican improves to 18-6

A summary of preps sports competition from area schools over the past weekSend scores and highlights to joe@therecordns.org.

New Trier 67, Farragut 44

The host Trevians (20-4) picked up the nonconference victory Tuesday, Jan. 23, on senior night in Winnetka.

Seniors Ian Brown, Logan Feller, Will Leemaster, Eli Garber and Nick Hielscher were celebrated before the game.

Loyola 47, Evanston 44

Miles Boland’s three-point play in the final seconds gave the Ramblers the rivalry win on Tuesday, Jan. 23, in Evanston.

Boland finished with 14 points, 5 rebounds, 4 assists and 5 steals, while Andrew Hollerich added 9 points and Brendan Loftus 8 with 7 rebounds.

Barrington 57, New Trier 54

The Broncos topped the visiting Trevs thanks to a last-second 3-pointer on Saturday, Jan. 20, handing New Trier its fourth loss on the season.

Highland Park 45, Manley 38

The Giants (9-12) pick up the win in the Chopps Shootout Saturday, Jan. 20, at Whitney Young High School.

New Trier 49, Deerfield 37

The Trevians earned the conference victory on Friday, Jan. 19, in Deerfield.

Mount Carmel 47, Loyola 36

Miles Boland scored 19 points but the visiting Ramblers fell to the highly ranked Caravan on Friday, Jan. 19, in Chicago.

Loyola 63, Glenbrook South 37

The Ramblers (28-0) bested the Titans in a nonconference matchup on Thursday, Jan. 25.

Regina 46, Ridgewood 17

Olivia Fraterrigo and Jillian DeFranza notched 10 points apiece for the Panthers (18-6) on Thursday, Jan. 25.

Loyola 64, Evanston 62

Clare Weasler’s layup at the buzzer gave the Ramblers the rivalry win on Tuesday, Jan. 23, in Evanston.

Aubrey Galvan tallied 23 points for Loyola.

Regina 50, Willows 17

Jillian DeFranzia scored 14 points and Natalia Cerrado 13 in the Panthers’ league win on Tuesday, Jan. 23.

Regina 46, Chicago U High 6

Payton Olszewski grabbed 4 steals and dished out 3 assists in the Panthers’ victory on Monday, Jan. 22.

New Trier 64, Milwaukee Academy of Science 42

KJ Saccaro (22 points, 7 assists) and Anna Rivera (16 points, 5 rebounds, 5 assists) paced the Trevians to the nonconference victory on Sunday, Jan. 21.

Erin Floyd added 8 points, 7 rebounds and 5 assists for New Trier.

New Trier 52, Elk Grove 27

KJ Saccaro led the way with 10 points and 7 rebounds for the Trevians on Saturday, Jan. 20.

Anna Rivera, Marley Meyers, Lauren Baker and Erin Floyd added 6 points apiece for New Trier.

Regina 46, North Shore Country Day 10

Olivia Fraterrigo, Judy Fabianski and Jillian DeFranza scored 8 points apiece for the Panthers on Saturday, Jan. 20, in Winnetka.

Bridget Conway added 6 points and Gem Lucero 4 for Regina.

New Trier 66, Deerfield 40

Sela Klein racked up 24 points and KJ Saccaro had 11 assists and 6 steals for the victorious Trevians on Friday, Jan. 19.

Reese Leahy grabbed 10 rebounds and Charlotte Dellin chipped in 10 points for New Trier.

Vernon Hills 51, Highland Park 41

The visiting Giants (11-7, 5-2) dropped the conference matchup on Friday, Jan. 19, in Vernon Hills.

New Trier 107, Stevenson 79

Aiden Musick won the 200-yard freestyle and 100 butterfly to help the Trevians to the victory in the battle of state powers on Saturday, Jan. 20.

George Angelov (50 free), Clay Perry (100 free) and Charlie Bufton (100 back) added individual victories for New Trier, which also won two (200 medley and 200 free) of three relays.

New Trier 143.05, Maine South 137.1

Clara Crossgrove won the vault (9.45) and uneven bars (9.55) on her way to the all-around title (37.3) for the Trevians on Jan. 23.

Sammy Mills won the floor exercise (9.45) in the conference victory for New Trier.

Carmel 140.65, Deerfield 127.9, Highland Park 119.9

Maddyn Cohen finished second in the all-around (32.2) for Highland Park, while also placing second on vault (9.0) during the tri-meet on Tuesday, Jan. 23.

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