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Gymnasts from NT High School Shine During Holiday Break; Trevs Basketball Team Dominates in Arizona

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Gymnasts from NT High School Shine During Holiday Break; Trevs Basketball Team Dominates in Arizona

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

BOYS BASKETBALL
Latest Trier 66, Sagouro (Arizona) 34

Chris Kirkpatrick went for 27 points within the championship victory for the Trevians on Saturday, Dec. 16, in Arizona.

Ian Brown was named the tournament MVP after Latest Trier went 3-0, and Kirkpatrick and Logan Feller were named to the All-Tournament team.

Loyola 64, Taft 39

Miles Boland scored 19 points with 5 rebounds and three steals to steer the Ramblers on Saturday, Dec. 16.

Andrew Hollerich chipped in 12 points and Jimmy Tarjan 11 for Loyola (9-3).

DePaul Prep 40, Loyola 18

Nick Patton scored 5 points and Brendan Loftus grabbed 6 rebounds for the Ramblers on Friday, Dec. 15, in Chicago.

GIRLS BASKETBALL
Yorkville 43, Latest Trier 41

The Trevians dropped the nonconference contest on Saturday, Dec. 16

Loyola 60, Rockford Auburn 18

The Ramblers (13-0) picked up a win on the road on Saturday, Dec. 16.

Regina 42, Niles West 29

Natalia Cerrado scored 14 points and Jillian DeFranza 13 within the Panthers’ victory on Saturday, Dec. 16, in Skokie.

Olivia Fraterrigo added 5 steals for Regina (8-5).

Glenbrook South 45, Latest Trier 40

The Trevs fell wanting the Titans in a league matchup on Friday, Dec. 15

GIRLS GYMNASTICS
Latest Trier Holiday Invite

Taylor Kim (35.85) and Clara Crossgrove (35.675) finished 2-3 in all-around scoring to steer Latest Trier to a first-place team finish with a rating of 142.3 on Saturday, Dec. 16.

Anabel Sturgis won the uneven bars (9.425) and Crossgrove placed second in the ground exercise (9.425) for the Trevians.

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