A summary of preps sports competition from area schools over the past week. Send scores and highlights to email@example.com.
Central Suburban League South Championships
Gaby Manzano had a four-time conference champion in one evening by winning the 200- and 400-meter runs as well as the long jump and triple jump, pacing New Trier to a team victory as well on Thursday, May 5, at Maine South.
The Trevians also got wins from Phoebe Pastor (high jump), Sophie Garou (pole vault), and the 4-by-100 (Katie Sarnoff, Phoebe Kim, Marley Meyers, Calli Chiarelli) and 4-by-200 (Meyers, Kim, Carly McConnell,
St. Viator 7, Loyola 1
The host Ramblers fell on Wednesday, May 3, in Glenview.
Lane Tech 17, Highland Park 5
Casey Pieper drove in two runs and Jake Berliant had two hits in the Giants’ loss on Wednesday, May 3.
New Trier 3, Glenbrook South 2
Brendan Stressler drove in the game-winning run to give the Trevians a walk-off victory on Tuesday, May 2, in Winnetka.
Max Kaplan struck out seven in seven innings of work for New Trier (18-3).
St. Rita 8, Loyola 4
The Ramblers dropped the conference tilt on Tuesday, May 2, in Glenview.
Highland Park 11, Maine East 1
Griffin Kelly was 3-for-3 with an RBI and two runs scored for the Giants on Tuesday, May 2,
Luke Weber earned the win by striking out seven through four innings pitched for Highland Park.
New Trier 11, Highland Park 0 (5 inn.)
Noah Shapo pitched a no-hitter while picking up his fourth win for the Trevians on Saturday, April 29.
Graham Mastros hit a grand slam and Dylan Mayer homered for New Trier.
Loyola 5, Glenbrook South 3
The visiting Ramblers earned a nonconference win on Friday, April 28, in Glenview.
New Trier 10, Libertyville 9 (8 inn.)
Aidan Nolan singled to drive in Trey Meyers for the winning run in the bottom of the eighth on Friday, April 28, in Winnetka.
Maine South 8, New Trier 0
The Trevians lost in the conference showdown Wednesday, May 3, in Winnetka.
Loyola 7, Montini 6
Loyola 12, Resurrection 5
Mercedes Delgado socked a home run and notched three RBI in the Ramblers’ win over the Broncos on Wednesday, May 3. Sophie Wilhelm and Maureen Kinsella added two hits apiece for Loyola.
The Ramblers also picked up a victory over Resurrection in the doubleheader.
Glenbrook South 6, New Trier 3
The Trevians couldn’t climb out of an early hole in the league matchup Tuesday, May 2, in Glenview.
Regina 13, Francis W. Parker 5
Maggy Shaw drove in three runs to lead the Panthers to a league win on Tuesday, May 2.
Clodoagh Gallagher (run, RBI), Nora Grillo and Ella Grillo had two hits apiece for Regina.
Montini 9, Loyola 3
Gwen Coleman drilled a three-run home run but it wasn’t enough in the Ramblers’ conference loss on Saturday, April 29.
Latin 3, Regina 1
Sophia Watson scored for the Panthers in the loss on Wednesday, May 3.
New Trier 1, Glenbrook South 0
Charlotte Dellin buried a pass from Lauren Caldwell in the back of the net to give the Trevians the conference victory on Tuesday, May 2, in Northfield.
Goalkeeper Caroline Hague earned the shutout for New Trier (15-3-3).
New Trier 2, Loyola 1
Lida Dodge provided the game-winning tally for the Trevians on Friday, April 28, in a consolation game of the Naperville Invite.
New Trier 25-25, Evanston 19-15
The Trevians picked up a revenge win against the rival Wildkits on Thursday, May 4, in Winnetka.
Loyola 25-25, St. Laurence 11-14
Stef Kins’ 7 digs and 3 aces helped the Ramblers (20-5, 6-0 in Catholic League) sweep St. Laurence on Thursday, May 4.
Loyola 28-30-25, Oak Park-River Forest 30-28-19
Ben Trapp racked up 18 kills and Jack Lopez 14 as the Ramblers came back to win the nonconference match on Wednesday, May 3, in Wilmette.
Nathan Chi delivered 41 assists for Loyola.
Loyola 22-25-25, Brother Rice 25-17-21
Jake Balata and Jack Lopez led the Ramblers in the three-set league win on Tuesday, May 2, in Wilmette.
New Trier 25-20-25, Loyola 20-25-21
The Trevians earned the rivalry win on the road Friday, April 28, in Wilmette.
Jack Lopez finished with 16 kills for the Ramblers.
New Trier had 201 points to runnerup Maine South’s 122 and Evanston’s 85.
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