A summary of preps sports competition from area schools over the past week. Send scores and highlights to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mt. Carmel 7, Loyola 6 (9 inn.)
The Ramblers dropped the Catholic League contest in extra innings on Wednesday, April 19.
Evanston 6, New Trier 0
Brendan Stressler recorded two hits for the visiting Trevians (11-2) in their league loss on Tuesday, April 18, in Evanston.
Loyola 11, DePaul Prep 9
The Ramblers outlasted visiting DePaul Tuesday, April 18, in Glenview.
New Trier 15, Maine East 0 (5 inn.)
Graham Mastros homered and Declan Spinner hit a bases-clearing triple in the Trevs’ win on Monday, April 17.
Quentin Erickson allowed three hits and struck out five over four innings pitched for New Trier.
New Trier 2, Prospect 1
Graham Mastros had two hits including a home run as the Trevians picked up the nonconference win Saturday, April 15.
Noah Shapo, Trevor Byrnes and Jack Wilson combined for a 1-run pitching performance for New Trier.
Glenbrook North 10, New Trier 9
The visiting Trevians (3-7) lost in heartbreaking fashion on Tuesday, April 18, as the Spartans were walk-off winners with a run in the bottom of the seventh.
Fenwick 6, Loyola 5 (9 inn.)
Morgan Kinsella and Mercedes Delgado (2B) had three hits and two RBI apiece in the Ramblers’ extra-inning loss on Tuesday, April 18.
Regina 17, Woodlands 1 (5 inn.)
Izzy Christensen hurled a no-hitter with 9 strikeouts and also scored three runs for the Panthers on Tuesday, April 18.
Lily Grillo and Ella Grillo notched three hits apiece for Regina.
Resurrection 11, New Trier 10
The host Trevs dropped the nonconference matchup on Monday, April 17, in Winnetka.
New Trier 12, Zion-Benton 3
The Trevians earned a road win on Saturday, April 15.
Metamora 11, Loyola 3
Metamora 7, Loyola 2
The Ramblers dropped a pair on Saturday, April 15, on a trip to Metamora in central Illinois.
Regina 12, Amundsen 10
Regina 9, Amundsen 9
Stella Ozenbaugh recorded 5 RBI, and Ella Grillos three hits and three runs in the Panthers’ Game 1 tie on Saturday, April 15.
Izzie Christensen notched 5 hits and 3 RBI to lead the Panthers in the Game 2 victory.
New Trier 1, Hinsdale Central 0 (Penalty kicks: 4-3)
Honor Dold converted the match-winning penalty kick for the Trevians after a 0-0 draw in regulation time Thursday, April 21.
Loyola 2, Bolingbrook 0
Emmy Christopher and Claire Brady found the net for the Ramblers in their opening game of the Naperville Invite on Thursday, April 21.
Regina 8, Morgan Park 0
Mary Storino scored twice for the Panthers in the conference victory on Wednesday, April 20.
New Trier 3, Maine South 0
Nora Westol, Lida Dodge and Josie Noble provided the goals in the Trevians’ league victory on Tuesday, April 18.
Loyola 2, Mother McAuley 0
The Ramblers picked up the conference victory on Tuesday, April 18, in Wilmette.
Woodlands 9, Regina 3
Mary Storino, Muriel Reese and Marijana Tomasicyk each tallied a goal for the Panthers on Tuesday, April 19.
Loyola 25-25, St. Rita 23-18
Jake Balata (2 kills) and Ben Trapp racked up 6 kills apiece and Nathan Chi dished out 18 assists for the Ramblers (14-3) on Thursday, April 20.
Loyola 25-25, Fenwick 11-13
Nathan Chi tallied 5 aces and Stef Kins had 4 aces in the Ramblers’ victory on Tuesday, April 18.
Ryan Toomey chipped in a team-high 6 kills for Loyola.
GIRLS TRACK AND FIELD
Clare Finnigan (11 minutes, 17.01 seconds) and Josie Cahill (11:18.36) placed first and second, respectively, in the 3,200-meter run as New Trier placed third out of 12 teams on Friday, April 14, in Barrington.
Katie Sarnoff, Anna Rivera, Carly McConnell ad Gaby Manzano crossed first in the 4-by-400 relay and Mackenzie Gable won the triple jump for the Trevians.
BOYS TRACK AND FIELD
New Trier Invite
Caden Pfister won the 400-meter run in a time of 52.37 seconds to pace New Trier Tuesday, April 18, in the four-team meet in Northfield. John McGurk and Francesco Youkhana placed second in the shot put and discus respectively.
Devion Johnson and Nicholas Arogundade finished 1-2 in the 100 dash for Loyola Academy, and James Lombardo, William Simon and Ben Howland placed 1-2-3 in the 800. Enoch Appiah-Kubi and Credo Mlope went 1-2 in the long jump for the Ramblers.
Tucker Anglemyer won the 400-meter run with a time of 50.72 seconds to help New Trier to a second-place finish in the seven-team meet on Saturday, April 15, in Buffalo Grove.
William Landwer added a win in the 110 hurdles and Oscar Dueno-Alda, Jordan Kreiner, Andrew Hepner and Kyle Fix joined forces for a first-place finish in the 4-by-800 relay.
Cincinnati Invitational Regatta
New Trier boys placed first with three level of its varsity eight boats on Saturday, April 15. Its first varsity eight boat placed second, and first varsity four finished third
In the girls races, New Trier’s novice eight took first.