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New Trier gymnasts secure regional title, while local girls wrestlers advance to sectional round

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

BOYS BASKETBALL
Loyola 66, Immaculate Conception 46

Miles Boland dropped 24 points to go together with 6 assists and a pair of steals for the victorious Ramblers on Tuesday, Jan. 30.

Andrew Hollerich added 12 points and Brendan Loftus 10 rebounds for Loyola (22-5).

Lake Forest Academy 35, Highland Park 31

The Giants fell to the local foe on Tuesday, Jan. 30.

Recent Trier 58, North Chicago 30

The Trevians picked up a nonconference win on Monday, Jan. 29, in Winnetka.

Loyola 56, Montini 27

Miles Boland went for 15 points and seven assists while Brendan Loftus added 13 points and seven rebounds for the Ramblers on Monday, Jan. 29.

Highland Park 54, Buffalo Grove 43

The Giants earned a nonconference victory on Saturday, Jan. 27.

Recent Trier 62, Glenbrook South 48

The Trevians collected an enormous Central Suburban South victory on Friday, Jan. 26, in Glenview.

St. Patrick’s 69, Loyola 66 (OT)

David Patton had 18 points and Miles Boland 12 within the Ramblers’ loss on Friday, Jan. 26.

GIRLS BASKETBALL
Loyola 61, St. Ignatius

The Ramblers (30-0) took down the Wolfpack on Thursday, Feb. 1, to advance to the championship game within the GCAC tournament.

Loyola 60, Fenwick 30

The Ramblers opened the GCAC tournament with a victory on Tuesday, Jan. 30.

Lake Forest Academy 50, Regina 46

Olivia Fraterrigo was 7 of seven from the sphere and recorded 17 points for the Panthers on Tuesday, Jan. 30.

Jillian DeFranza added 12 points and Payton Olszewski 9 for Regina (18-8).

Highland Park 43, Grant 41

Maddie Reitmayer scored 16 points and Julia Leshtz 15 within the Giants’ nonconference victory on Monday, Jan. 29.

Lake Zurich 64, Recent Trier 61 (OT)

KJ Saccaro scored 23 points and dished out 13 assists because the Trevians got here up just short on Saturday, Jan. 27.

Erin Floyd added 8 points, 6 rebounds and 5 assists, while Sela Klein dropped 12 points for Recent Trier.

Highland Park 33, Regina 25

McKenzie Reitmayer scored 12 points to guide the Giants to a nonconference win on Saturday, Jan. 27.

Olivia Fraterrigo led the Panthers with 8 points.

Glenbrook South 32, Recent Trier 30

The Trevians dropped a conference heartbreaker in the ultimate seconds on Friday, Jan. 26.

GIRLS WRESTLING
Round Lake Regional

Jillian Giller (140 kilos) won her bracket for Recent Trier on Saturday, Jan. 27, and punched her ticket to the sectional round.

Nina Aceves (155, third), Zoe Lee (115, third) Sundus Aitzemkour (100, 4th) and Katelynn Parsawasdi (125, fifth) will even wrestle on the sectional for the Trevians.

Harlee Hiller, of Loyola Academy, won the 115-pound division and is attempting to win a second straight state championship.

Clara Ugaz (135), of Highland Park, placed third in her bracket to advance.

GIRLS GYMNASTICS
Recent Trier Regional

Clara Crossgrove scored a 9.5 on the uneven bars to assert the regional championship and help lead Recent Trier to the team title on Thursday, Feb. 1, in Winnetka.

Crossgrove (36.1) an Sammy Mills (35.275) placed second and third, respectively, in all-around scoring, because the Trevs (138.9) finished ahead of Glenbrook South (135.3).

Maddyn Cohen, of Highland Park, placed sixth within the vault and floor to guide the Giants. Cohen and Amelie Gerber, also of HPHS, finished 8-9 within the all-around because the Giants placed fourth.

BOYS SWIM AND DIVE
Recent Trier 126, Glenbrook South 59

Clay Perry won the 100-yard freestyle and was a part of the winning 400 free relay team within the Trevians’ win on senior night Friday, Jan. 26, in Winnetka.

Willhelm Chaplin earned a win the 50 free and Aiden Musick the 200 free and 100 butterfly for Recent Trier.

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