Winnetka, Sports

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Highland Park 5, Hersey 2

Josh Midanek and Louise Kasdin each drove in a run for the Giants in the nonconference win Wednesday, March 13.

Highland Park 9, Stevenson 3

David Finfer smacked two home runs including a grand slam, finishing with 6 RBI in the Giants’ season-opening win on Tuesday, March 12.

Luke Weber earned the win with 5 innings of two-hit, two-run ball while striking out 10.

Highland Park-Deerfield 4, Regina 4

Clare Levar’s grand slam helped the Panthers tie the game before it was called because of darkness on Tuesday, March 12, in Deerfield.

Loyola 1, Glenbrook South 0

Hunter Lewis, a sophomore, struck out 14 and walked just one while throwing a no-hitter for the Ramblers on Monday, March 11.

Bella Giannos knocked in the lone run in the ballgame.

New Trier 5, Prospect 0

Charlotte Dellin netted two goals to lead the Trevians (2-0) to the home win on Thursday, March 14, in Winnetka.

Glenbrook North 2, Loyola 0

The Ramblers were shut out in the nonconference matchup on Thursday, March 14.

Highland Park 2, Warren 1

The Giants picked up a nonconference victory on Thursday, March 14.

New Trier 3, Warren 0

Josie Noble scored two goals and Cybil Evans one as the Trevians opened their season with a shutout win on Tuesday, March 12.

Highland Park 3, Buffalo Grove 0

The Giants shut out the Bison in their season opener on Tuesday, March 12.

Regina 6, Lycee Francais 0

Kate Ludden and Evie Koereger scored two goals apiece for the Panthers on Tuesday, March 12.

Regina 3, Rochelle Zell 2

Mae O’Regan scored twice and Kate Ludden once in the Panthers’ win Monday, March 11.

Highland Park 8, Regina 1

The Giants earned the nonconference win on Thursday, March 14, in Highland Park.

Maggie Bramblet scored the lone goal for the Panthers.

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