Monday, October 1, 2012
New Trier beat Glenbrook South 31 to 21 during Friday Night's game at Northfield, the "Sun-Times" reports.
Monday, October 1, 2012
The New Trier Trevians were behind 21-14 in the third quarter of Friday night's game against the Glenbrook South Titans, until Michael Thomas scored a tieing 3-yard touchdown just before the fourth, the Sun-Times reports. "It was a little frustrating earlier in the game when they kept completing passes for big gains on third down like that," New Trier linebacker Graham King told CSL Insider. "We just had to keep fighting. Good defenses can overcome things like that." After that, the Trevians just kept scoring — landing a 22-yard field goal with 7:37 on the clock and another two yard touch down with 1:33 remaining, according to the Sun-Times. "All night, we couldn't run the ball inside," GBS coach Mike Noll told CSL Insider. "Down the …
Monday, March 26, 2012
The New Trier High School Trevians girls ice hockey team shut out the Lake Forest High School Scouts, 1-0, Friday afternoon in the Illinois high school girls state championship held at the United Center.
Avenging state semifinal losses to Lake Forest the past two seasons, the Trevians rode a second-period goal by freshman Morgan Crane to a 1-0 victory in the Blackhawk Cup State championship battle on Friday afternoon at the United Center.
Monday, February 13, 2012
Nominees for Athlete of the Week: Maine South's Jacqui Grant, New Trier's M.J. Pritchard, Evanston's Terrell Farmby, Deerfield's Christine Stitcher and Niles North's Karol Mlynarski
More than 48,000 ballots were received last week and North Shore Country Day's Austin Curren came out on top, winning Athlete of the Week. The nominees for North Shore Patch Athlete of the Week, Feb. 6 - Feb. 12: Christine Stitcher, junior, girls gymnastics, Deerfield – Stitcher qualified for the state meet for the second year in a row. The Deerfield junior recorded a 36.825 in the all-around and also qualified in floor and uneven bars at the Niles North Sectional. The state meet will be held next week at Palatine High School. M.J. Pritchard, junior, wrestling, New Trier – Pritchard qualified for the wrestling state championships by taking third place in the 113-pound division of the Class 3A Barrington Sectional. Pritchard defeated …
Monday, January 23, 2012
The nominees for Athlete of the Week: New Trier's Maggie Lyon, Deerfield's Zach Cole, Niles West's Ryan Miller, Niles North's Billy Voitik and Highland Park's Jake Zuckerman.
More than 300 votes were cast last week and Glenbrook South's Molly McDonagh claimed the title of Athlete of the Week. The nominees for Patch Athlete of the Week, Jan. 16 - Jan. 22: Zach Cole, senior, boys bowling, Deerfield – Cole took third place at the sectional championships with a 1332 in his six-game series. The senior led Deerfield to a third-place team finish and qualified as an individual for the state championship. Cole averaged a score of 228.36 in the Northern Illinois Boys Bowling Conference this year. (Watch a video of Cole, perfect game, here.) Maggie Lyon, senior, girls basketball, New Trier – Lyon scored 29 points in New Trier’s 56-43 victory over Niles West last week. Lyon, a Northwestern University recruit, helped the …
Monday, January 9, 2012
Vote for one of these nominees as the Athlete of the Week: Niles North's Mychael Henley, Deerfield's Alex Sacks, New Trier's Jack Mangan, Glenbrook South's Justin Busiel, Glenbrook North's Adam Chick.
More than 1,500 votes were cast in last week's contest and Maine South's Nina Duric was proclaimed the winner. The following nominees for Patch Athlete of the Week, Jan. 2 - Jan. 8, are: Mychael Henley, senior, basketball guard, Niles North – Henley scored 23 points and collected five rebounds in the Vikings’ 67-52 win over Uplift last week. The senior guard had missed much of the early season with a wrist injury. Alex Sacks, senior, basketball, Deerfield – Sacks scored a game-high 19 points in the Warriors’ 67-52 non-conference victory over Wheeling. The senior had four points in the fourth quarter to lead Deerfield in a late-game comeback. Jack Mangan, junior, swimming, New Trier – Mangan was part of two meet records at the Evanston …
Monday, December 26, 2011
Patch's latest basketball power rankings.
Patch sports reporter Ross Jacobson ranks the North Shore’s basketball teams. Niles West, Loyola and Glenbrook North made waves at early holiday tournaments, but a number of girls teams struggled. All of the area’s boys teams were off, resting and preparing for a full slate of games between Christmas and New Years. New Trier and Glenbrook North will go to the always-tough Proviso West tournament while Glenbrook South and Highland Park will try out the first annual Hinsdale South tournament. For all teams, this is the last batch of non-conference games before the meat of their conference schedules get under way in 2012. Last week’s ranking is in parentheses. WEEK 6 RANKINGS 1. New Trier (1) – Both of New Trier’s basketball teams were off …
Wednesday, December 21, 2011
Check out Patch Basketball Rankings for the week.
Patch sports reporter Ross Jacobson ranks the North Shore’s basketball teams. Basketball teams squeezed their last games in before participating in holiday tournaments during the next two weeks. New Trier and Maine South have separated themselves so far as the two schools with above-average boys and girls teams, but the next four aren’t too far off. Glenbrook North, Evanston, Niles North and Deerfield all jumped two spots from last week while Highland Park had the biggest drop, going from seventh to 11th. Last week’s ranking is in parentheses. WEEK 5 RANKINGS 1. New Trier (1) – New Trier’s 54-53 win over Waukegan showed they have the ability to win tough games on the road. Yet Waukegan’s effort also means New Trier is anything but …
Saturday, December 17, 2011
The latest news, notes and results from New Trier sports.
Boys Basketball: New Trier has rebounded well from its lone loss of the season to No. 2 Warren. The Trevians won back-to-back games over Central Suburban League South opponents, defeating Niles West and Glenbrook South convincingly. New Trier will play in the ultra-competitive Proviso West Holiday Tournament after Christmas Day. The Trevians are slotted to take on Fenwick in the opening round on Dec. 27. EARLIER: New Trier Holds Top Spot at No. 1; Loyola Jumps to No. 6 Girls Basketball: After back-to-back losses in the CSL South, New Trier righted the ship with a 55-33 victory against Deerfield in a conference crossover game. Brigit Ieuter had 11 points to lead New Trier while Maggie Lyon chipped in 10. Emma Rossi returned from an injury …
Tuesday, December 13, 2011
Check out Patch Basketball Rankings for the week.
Patch sports reporter Ross Jacobson ranks the North Shore’s basketball teams. All the talk at the start of the girls season was about the three-team race for the CSL South title between Niles West, Maine South and New Trier. Yet in mid-December, the last remaining undefeated team is Glenbrook South. New Trier still seems to be the class of the CSL on the boys side, especially after Glenbrook North fell to Deerfield last week. Maine South jumped up to No. 2 and is our biggest riser this week. Meanwhile Glenbrook North fell down to No. 5. Last week’s ranking is in parentheses. WEEK 3 RANKINGS 1. New Trier (1) – The boys took care of their first two CSL South games by easily dispatching of Niles West and Glenbrook South last week. But the …
Tuesday, December 6, 2011
New Trier remained at No. 1 while Loyola Academy moved up two spots in this week's rankings.
Patch sports reporter Ross Jacobson ranks the North Shore’s basketball teams. December brings holiday music, the real threat of snow flurries and, of course, conference games for high school basketball. New Trier remains on top after the girls team beat Maine South for their first victory in the CSL South, but the Trevians are far from invincible with the boys team losing to Warren. On the boys side, Evanston edged Maine South on a last-minute layup while Niles North and Niles West had another couple of entertaining games in their annual early-season rivalry series. Last week’s ranking is in parentheses. WEEK 3 RANKINGS 1. New Trier (1) – The boys lost their first game of the season against Warren, which is ranked No. 2 in the state. …