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High School Highlights: Ace Luke Weber and the Giants no-hit rival Warriors; Ramblers volleyball remains unbeaten

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New Trier 7, Vernon Hills 5

James Novakovic and Declan Spinner had 2 RBI apiece on Thursday, April 11 — the Trevians’ fifth straight win.

Loyola 2, De la Salle 1

Dre Lazar hit a walk-off two-run single to give the Ramblers (9-4) a big win on Thursday, April 11, in Glenview.

New Trier 16, Maine East 0

James Novakovic and Alexander Clark socked home runs on Tuesday, April 9, to lead the Trevians to their fourth straight victory.

CJ Donnelly struck out six and earned the win on the mound for New Trier (7-3).

St. Francis 8, Loyola 7

Host St. Francis scored twice in the bottom of the seventh to walk it off on the Ramblers on Tuesday, April 9.

Highland Park 5, Deerfield 0

Luke Weber spun a no-hitter for the Giants, striking out seven and walking two in the rivalry win on Tuesday, April 9.

David Finfer and Nick Blumer had two hits apiece and JT Kileen had a hit, RBI and stolen base for Highland Park.

Loyola 15, Marmion 7

Gael Urbieta was 3-for-4 with a home run as the Ramblers erased a 6-1 deficit to pick up the home win on Monday, April 8, in Glenview.

Highland Park 15, North Shore Country Day 4

JT Killeen homered and had 3 RBI and David Finfer knocked in five runs to lead the Giants on Monday, April 8.

New Trier 6, Highland Park/Deerfield 1

The Trevians earned the victory on Thursday, April 11, in Winnetka.

St. Laurence 7, Loyola 3

The Ramblers (3-5) dropped the road game on Thursday, April 11.

East Leyden 4, Regina 1

Jane Quinn allowed just four hits in a complete game for the Panthers on Tuesday, April 9.

Naperville North 2, New Trier 1

Josie Noble found the net for the Trevians on Thursday, April 11, in a semifinal of the Lou Malnati’s Classic.

Regina Dominican 1, North Shore Country Day 1

Evie Kroeger scored a goal for the Panthers in the local draw on Thursday, April 11, at Skokie Playfields.

New Trier 2, Lane Tech 0

Sybil Evans scored off a cross from Jaime Elias just minutes into the match to help the Trevians on Monday, April 8.

Regina 10, Beacon Academy 0

Kylie hammer and Kate Leonard were two of the 10 goal-scorers for the Panthers on Tuesday, April 9.

Glenbrook South 17-25-25, New Trier 25-22-20

The Trevians dropped their first match of the season to their league rival on Thursday, April 11, in Northfield.

New Trier 25-18-25, Glenbrook North 18-25-23

The Trevians (8-0) survived the visiting Spartans on Tuesday, April 9, in Northfield to remain unbeaten.

Loyola 25-25, St. Laurence 16-6

Jack Lopez recorded 13 kills and 4 aces for the victorious Ramblers on Tuesday, April 9, in Wilmette.

Nathan Chi added 10 assists and Kyle Hortness 9 for Loyola Academy (12-0).

Lake Forest Academy Invitational

Sara Byrne won the 100- and 200-meter runs and the triple jump to lead Regina Dominican to first place on Wednesday, April 10.

Nora McCabe added a win in the 300 hurdles and Grace Byrne in the high jump for the Panthers.

Schaumburg Mikias Tibebu Invitational

New Trier claimed first place on Saturday, April 6, thanks to eight event wins: 100-meter dash (Jeram Salles), 400 run (Tucker Anglemyer), 1,600 (Ben Crane), Jordan Kreiner (3,200), 300 hurdles (William Landwer), the 4-by-800 relay (Crane, Joey Papanicholas, Evan Shu and Walter Garrett), and discus (Frank Youkhana).

Benet Academy 6, New Trier 5 (OT)

The Trevians took the loss on the road Thursday, April 11, in Lisle.

New Trier 17, Glenbrook South 0

The Trevians dominated the Titans on Monday, April 9.

Loyola 18, St. Ignatius 3

The Ramblers (7-3) downed Iggy on Monday, April 9, in Glenview.

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