Wednesday, November 14, 2012
The Trevians had a mediocre season, but some players excelled.
Seven New Trier Trevian football players were recently named to the Central Suburban League All-Conference Team. The Trevians finished second in the Central Suburban League South division with a 6-3 regular season record before bowing out in the first fournd of the state playoffs to Conant High School. Trevian players named to the all-conference team include: According to MaxPreps.com: For complete Trevian season stats, head to MaxPreps.com Stay up to date on the latest news in Wilmette and Kenilworth! Sign up for our newsletterand "like" us on Facebook! Want to follow similar articles? Sign up for Winnetka-Glencoe Patch's newsletter or "like us" on Facebook.
Thursday, November 17, 2011
New Trier is the top school in our preseason rankings while Loyola Academy falls in the middle of the pack.
Patch sports reporter Ross Jacobson ranks the North Shore’s basketball teams. We’re putting a new twist on our basketball rankings this season. Instead of ranking the boys and girls teams separately, Patch will be putting out an overall “School Basketball Ranking” that takes into consideration the results and news from both teams. With more games each week, there is the chance for greater movement up and down the rankings. We start the season with New Trier on top as both Trevian teams should be conference title contenders. PATCH PRESEASON RANKINGS 1. New Trier – The Trevians start as the preseason favorite and brings back load of talent from last year’s teams. Connor Boehm and Austin Angel will lead the boys while Northwestern recruit …
Monday, November 14, 2011
New Trier's boys basketball squad may be the team to beat in the North Shore this season.
As the season shifts from football to basketball, we take a look at the high school season ahead. Earlier: VIDEO: Loyola Shuts Out Dunbar, Advances to Football Quarterfinals The first games for high school girls basketball teams start on Monday, Nov. 14 while the boys get going a week later on Nov. 21, so there’s no better time to quickly recap all the action from an exciting 2010-2011 season in the North Shore and preview the upcoming year in hoops. In addition, our preseason power rankings will debut with a unique format. We will be combining the results and scores from both the boys and girls teams to provide a “school basketball ranking.” 2010-11 SEASON RECAP Parody defined the year on both the boys and girls sides. While a couple …
Wednesday, January 19, 2011
The Ramblers rallied in the second half without two key players for a confidence-boosting road victory.
Without two of their bigger (and better) players, Loyola proved Tuesday that toughness is as much a mental attribute, as it is a physical characteristic. Down seven points early in the third quarter, Loyola rallied for a big road win against Evanston, 44 to 39. “We talk every day about taking charges; we talk every day about 50-50 balls,” Loyola coach Tom Livatino said. “We talk every day about boxing out and that was an important piece of the puzzle. We had some kids really step up and that was sort of our theme.” Despite missing forward Michael Lang, who's out due to a concussion, and limited playing from starting center Jared Prince, Loyola hung in against one of the Central Suburban League’s top teams. The Ramblers struggled to find …