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High School Highlights: NT girls grab title at Sue Pariseau Invite; Trevians baseball’s win streak gets to 13

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New Trier 4, Glenbrook South 0

Trey Meyers tallied three hits including two doubles to help the Trevians to the league victory on Thursday, April 25, in Winnetka.

Noah Shapo induced 15 ground-ball outs in his complete-game win for New Trier (16-3), which won its 13th straight game.

Brother Rice 8, Loyola 0

The Ramblers dropped the league tilt on Thursday, April 25, moving to 11-11 on the season.

Niles North 1, Highland Park 0

Michael Pasquesi struck out 10 in six innings of work in the Giants’ tough-luck loss Thursday, April 25.

New Trier 11, Glenbrook South 2

Max Kaplan struck out 10 while he picked up the win on the mound for the Trevians on Tuesday, April 23, in Glenview.

Declan Spiller and Max Miller collected three hits apiece for New Trier.

Highland Park 8, Niles North 0

Shamar Wilson was on base three times, stole a base and scored twice for the Giants on Tuesday, April 23.

Luke Weber threw a three-hit shutout while striking out seven for Highland Park.

Brother Rice 3, Loyola 2 (8 inn.)

The Crusaders walked off the Ramblers on a sacrifice fly in a game that began on Tuesday, April 23, and concluded two days later.

St. Laurence 12, Loyola 2

The Ramblers couldn’t keep pace with their league foe on Monday, April 22.

New Trier 6, Barrington 4

Sam Nigro had two hits and three runs, while Evan Olesker had two hits and two RBI in the Trevs’ nonconference win Saturday, April 20, in Barrington.

Jack Wilson picked up the save after New Trier scored three runs in the seventh inning.

Loyola 3, St. Laurence 1

Matthew Woodward pitched well in his start to lead the Ramblers to the league win on Saturday, April 20.

Maine South 12, New Trier 1

The Trevians fell on the road Thursday, April 25.

Providence 4, Loyola 0

The Ramblers (8-9) took the league loss on Thursday, April 25.

Regina 24, Francis Parker 1

Clare Levar had three hits and 3 RBI in the Panthers’ rout on Thursday, April 25.

New Trier 9, Evanston 1

Trinity Andelin hit a three-run home run in the Trevians’ conference victory on Tuesday, April 23, in Evanston.

Loyola 2, Fenwick 1

Emilia Bartholomew doubled home the winning run in walk-off fashion for the Ramblers on Tuesday, April 23, in Glenview.

New Trier 17, Niles North 3

Campbell Bach doubled twice and singled for the Trevians on Monday, April 22, in Skokie.

Fenwick 13, Loyola 6

The Ramblers could not keep up with the Friars on Monday, April 22.

Loyola 8, Mother McAuley 7
Loyola 10, Mother McAuley 9

Sophie Wilhelm recorded three hits and 4 RBI to lead the Ramblers to Game 2 victory and doubleheaders sweep on Saturday, April 20.

New Trier 4, Waubonsie Valley 0

Jaime Elias recorded a goal and an assist in the Trevians’ win Thursday, April 25, as part of the Naperville Invitational.

Regina 4, Woodlands 0

Payton Olszewski, Kate Ludden, Briget Conway and Evie Kroeger had a goal apiece for the Panthers in the league win on Wednesday, April 24.

Delaney Kevin made 10 saves for Regina.

Loyola 3, St. Ignatius 1

The host Ramblers won the league match on Tuesday, April 23, in Glenview.

Loyola 25-25, St. Ignatius 8-17

Liam Uruba and Jack Lopez racked up 8 kills apiece for the Ramblers (22-1) on Thursday, April 25, in Chicago.

Loyola 25-25, Brother Rice 18-12

Nathan Chi passed out 25 assists in the Ramblers’ league win on Tuesday, April 23, in Wilmette.

Lake County Invit

Grace Welhouse finished third in the 100-meter hurdles and sixth in the 300 hurdles to lead Highland Park on Thursday, April 25.

Kimoria Oliver and Ollie Hall finished 4-5 in the long jump for the Giants

Sue Pariseau Invite

Sadie Abbott (3,200-meter run) and Gaby Manzano (long jump) earned second-place finishes to lead New Trier to a first-place team finish in the 16-team invite on Saturday, April 20, at Glenbard West.

The Trevians also got second-place results from their 4-by-400 (Carly McConnell, Marley Meyers, Katie Sarnoff, Anna Rivera) and 4-by-800 (Eva Scarborough, Josie Cahill, Maeve O’Brien, Anna Rivera) relays.

Minooka Clash

Charlie Hayes set a personal best (1.8 meters) en route to a high jump title for New Trier, which placed first out of eight teams at the invite on Friday, April 19.

William Landwer added a win in the 300 hurdles and Tucker Anglemyer (400) and Atticus Miller (1,600) nabbed second-place finishes for the Trevians.

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