Less than two months ago, New Trier were coming off their worst stretch of the season, losing four of six games which included a double digit loss to Trinity. Since that point of the season, the Trevians have gone on a tear, rattling off 10 straight wins capped off by 67-42 win over Trinity to claim another regional title.
Another week, another releasing of seeds. Since everyone seemed to enjoy our predictions for the girls seeding, we though we would try our luck with the boys side.
While the night celebrated the 50th anniversary of one of the greatest high school basketball teams in state history, Evanston celebrated a 81-66 win over Oak Park-River Forest to win their second game against ranked opponents on back to back nights.
New Trier earned a comfortable 51-35 win, holding GBS to just 11 second half points to improve to 6-1 in the CSL South.
With seeds being released tomorrow, we take a crack at picking the top-4 seeds for the class 4A sectionals.
Prospect came out of the gate by scoring 19 points in the first quarter and never looked back as they cruised to a 62-36 win to improve to 14-4 on the season.
Despite playing without one of their leading scorers in Milos Dugalic due to injury, Maine West knocked off Highland Park 48-45 to pull level with Highland Park atop the CSL North.
After playing their worst game of the season in a loss to Geneva last Saturday, No. 2 Maine West dialed up their most complete performance thus far to roll through No. 3 Benet 55-37 and earn their 20th win on the season.
Fans from both teams filled Gates Gymnasium in Winnetka to the rafters to watch the Evanston boys and girls basketball teams topple New Trier in a Friday night doubleheader.
Led by Clyde Singleton, Niles West erased a 19 point deficit en routh to a 64-62 double-OT win
Though Geneva led by as many as 18 points in the second half, they required a Madison Mallory last second jumper to hold off a furious Maine West comeback attempt, to give the Vikings the 55-53 win.
Matt Hall led Evanston in their 62-42 win over Zion-Benton with seven points, 13 rebounds, two assists and three blocks.
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It’s not too often that a regular season non-conference game can tell you a whole lot about a team’s state title chances.
But Maine West’s 60-51 win over Beaver Dam (WI) during the Fremd Chicagoland Invitational Showcase did just that.
Evanston fed the post early and often en route to a 53-45 win over New Trier to open up the CSL South season.