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  • Little rest no problem for Maine West Jun 2, 2012 5:52 PM
    Three hours of sleep and extra innings didn't mean a thing to Maine West's Katie Fitzgerald and Ariel Valles.The duo got home at 4:30 a.m. Saturday after celebrating their senior prom Friday night. With some sleep still in their eyes, the pair then hit and pitched the Warriors to their first sectional title in school history with a 4-2 victory over New Trier in 10 innings at Niles West in Skokie.Maine West (27-10) will meet Bartlett in Monday's supersectional at Bandit Stadium in Rosemont at 4:30 p.m.

  • Images: Glenbard West vs. New Trier. girls sectional lacrosse May 22, 2012 12:33 AM
    The Glenbard West High School girls lacrosse team faced the New Trier High School girls in the sectional finals Monday evening at Fremd High School in Palatine.

  • Scouting Northwest sectional tennis May 17, 2012 4:52 PM
    A preview of boys tennis sectionals at Deerfield, Stevenson and Schaumburg this weekend.

  • Boys tennis: Scouting the Pitchford 32 Apr 25, 2012 7:21 PM
    New Trier defends its Pitchford 32 team title this weekend at Hersey as most of the state's top players gather. The tourament's result are both a predictor of success in the state tournament, and also a key to success there as the performances from this weekend help determine the state tournament draw.

  • Hinsdale Central steps forward Apr 7, 2012 6:41 PM
    No state titles are won in early April, but after Hinsdale Centrals stunning win over New Trier on Saturday afternoon, it appears the reigning boys tennis state champion and preseason favorite may have a serious contender come late May. The Red Devils won 2 of 3 flights at doubles and used a victory at No. 2 singles from Sam Bloom to edge the Trevians 3-2 and earn the team title at the annual Benet-Downers Grove South tournament played on Centrals home courts.

  • Northwest/Scouting boys tennis Mar 28, 2012 8:47 PM
    Can anyone break up the big two of Fremd and Barrington in Mid-Suburban League boys tennis? Mike Garofola takes a look at that as well as the statewide outlook and some of the big tournaments of the season in his preview.

  • St. Viator successfully caps busy weekend Jan 16, 2012 11:58 PM
    Ore Arogundade scored 19 points and Kevin Walsh added 12 as St. Viator allowed only 1 third-quarter point to cap a 3-0 weekend with a 63-41 win over Marian Central Catholic in Woodstock North's Martin Luther King Classic.

  • Images: Bartlett vs. New Trier girls basketball Dec 29, 2011 11:42 PM
    Bartlett against New Trier in the championship game of the Dundee-Crown Charger Classic Girls Basketball Tournament Thursday, Dec. 29, 2011, in Carpentersville.

  • Charger Classic title is all Bartlett’s; Conniff reaches 1,000 Dec 30, 2011 12:24 AM
    The Bartlett girls basketball program has achieved a lot since the school opened in 1998. The Hawks can now add their first Dundee-Crown Charger Classic championship as well as another 1,000 point scorer to the list. Senior Kristin Conniff scored 24 points, eclipsing 1,000 for her career, and the Hawks hit New Trier with a 26-10 blitz in the third quarter theld held on during a frenetic finish to beat the Trevians 76-66 in the 29th annual tournament’s championship game before a vocal crowd of about 800 Thursday night in Carpentersville.

  • Warren stands tall in victory Dec 3, 2011 11:26 PM
    Mitch Munda, a second-year varsity player and first-year starting guard, scored a career-high 18 points, including a 3-pointer, grabbed 5 rebounds (all on the offensive glass) and dished out 2 assists as Warren handled visiting New Treir 64-46 on Saturday. Munda had scored only 16 points in Warren’s first four games.

  • Images: Girls state swimming and diving preliminaries Nov 18, 2011 11:00 PM
    The preliminary round of the girls state swimming and diving finals took place at New Trier High School in Winnetka on Friday.

  • Images: Daily Herald prep photos of the week Nov 8, 2011 1:00 AM
    The Prep Photos of the Week gallery includes the best high school sports pictures taken by Daily Herald photographers featuring football, soccer, cross country and volleyball.

  • Fremd tops New Trier, makes Final Four Nov 1, 2011 10:38 PM
    The month of October captivated the Fremd faithful, especially the final two weeks. And Tuesday night in Park Ridge, the Vikings (16-5-2) extended the thought and made it a November to remember for their fans. Fremd’s postseason run continued at the Maine South boys soccer supersectional Tuesday, and the Vikings made light work of upset-minded New Trier with a 5-1 victory to book their spot in the Class 3A state tournament Final Four on Friday afternoon at Lincoln-Way North High School in Frankfort.

  • Boys soccer / Scouting northwest supersectionals Oct 31, 2011 11:09 PM
    A look at Tuesday's Class 3A boys soccer supersectionals, as Warren meet Schaumburg at Barrington and Fremd faces New Trier and Maine South.

  • Northwest/ Scouting the Class 3A boys golf state tournament Oct 13, 2011 5:38 PM
    A preview of Barrington and other competitors from the Northwest suburbs in this weekend's Class 3A boys golf state tournament in Bloomington.

  • Fremd schools young New Trier Oct 1, 2011 8:24 PM
    Fremd's boys soccer team took advantage of an uncharacteristically young New Trier squad on Saturday to claim a 2-0 victory in conference play in Palatine.

  • Prospect picks it up, places 3rd at Libertyville Sep 17, 2011 6:13 PM
    Prospect's Brooke Wolfe took top individual honors at the Libertyville girls cross country invitational, and the Knights placed third in the team race at Adler Park.

  • Trevs like Warren’s spread Sep 2, 2011 11:44 PM
    Warren has installed a spread offense this season, a radical shift from the I-formation of recent years, especially when it leads to as much passing as the Blue Devils did on Friday night. The new scheme was still a work in progress during a 21-7 loss to New Trier, which spoiled the debut of Warren’s new artificial turf field.

  • Images: New Trier vs. Warren football Sep 2, 2011 10:52 PM
    Warren Township High School hosts New Trier Friday, September 2 for football action. This is the first game held in Warren's newly renovated O'plaine Campus stadium in Gurnee. New Trier won the game 21-7.

  • Schaumburg survives a thriller at New Trier Aug 27, 2011 1:24 AM
    In the first week of nonconference Friday night lights, the Schaumburg Saxons and host New Trier Trevians didn’t hold back anything. Schaumburg registered the first 2011 victory in a nail-biting shootout with a 22-17 victory. Saxon junior quarterback Nick Anzelmo led the Saxons with 2 rushing touchdowns (7 attempts, 76 yards) and 1 passing (11-of-24, 199 yards). Senior wide out Mike Mallet pitched in 136 receiving yards and a touchdown. “We got the offense into pace,” Anzelmo said. “We were capable of doing it the whole game. The ‘O’ Line gives us a lot of looks and holes to get the job done.” Anzelmo and Mallet opened up the game on the third play by connecting on a 76-yard toss for a touchdown. Schaumburg seemed to be working on all cylinders with all phases after senior kicker/linebacker Marchok shot a 20-yard field goal through the uprights and junior defensive back Cole Reyes grabbed an interception. Even with Schaumburg’s stellar first-half defense, New Trier managed to sneak a field goal as time ran out to cut the deficit to 10-3. The Trevian score came after a 20-yard field goal block on the Saxons by New Trier defensive back Matt Quinlan. “We’re still growing offensively,” said New Trier coach Dan Starkey. “Our defense played well, but not well enough. Schaumburg has some great looking kids out there. “The coaching staff and players were a lot more comfortable coming into the second half.” Still shaking off earlier game jitters, the Trevians threw a second pick into the hands of Reyes after a deflection by sophomore linebacker Ryan Woloszyk. The Saxons found themselves in good field position and got a 7-yard touchdown run from Anzelmo. After a failed PAT, the Saxons stretched their lead to 16-3. When New Trier regained possession, their running gained life as they drove down the field on two consecutive possessions to earn their first lead at 17-16. Both rushing touchdowns for the Trevians were by senior quarterback Jack Nykaza ( on 3- and 8-yard runs, respectively). Schaumburg, which had major success through the air in the first half, found itself falling into three straight three-and-out possessions. “The ‘O’ and ‘D’ line held us together,” said Schaumburg head coach Mark Stilling. “We’ve identified some of our problems, and we have some other things to improve. Nick (Anzelmo) held great composure through adversity and Mike (Mallet) used his experience to set the tone.” With three minutes remaining, Anzelmo and Mallet displayed their magic from the first half and connected on back-to-back 25-yard and 31-yard pass plays to pull within 8 yards of the end zone. Following the two large-yardage plays, the Saxons ran into penalties that pushed them back 25 yards back from the goal line. On a QB draw, Anzelmo busted through the line for the game winning 20-yard rushing touch down with 1:43 left. New Trier had a chance to retaliate on its final possession, but faltered with a turnover on downs. New Trier’s standout players were Nykaza (passing: 8 of 17 for 144 yards, 2 INT; 9 rushes for 44 yards and 2 TDs) and junior receiver Devin Boehm (7 rushes on 102 yards). “We take this momentum into practice,” Mallet said when asked about the emotional win. “We’ve been practicing at this pace all summer. We need to look at the film and see where we need to get better. We are never satisfied by just one win.”

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