The two games sets up an all CSL sectional-final, the second meeting of this magnitude in the past three seasons.
Behind a 15-0 run stretching between two quarters, the Wildkits flipped an early deficit, into a comfortable 63-46 win over Maine South on Friday night.
Even with much lower expectations, the Vikings are quietly putting together a very nice season, with their latest triumph a 44-40 win over New Trier to move to 19-7 on the season.
Maine West utilized their speed and mix of defenses to defeat Marist 64-44 and finish their regular season with a flawless 28-0 record.
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The 14th ranked Trevians overcame a plethora of turnovers to defeat the #13 Wildkits 46-45 after Tinah Hong calmly sunk two free throws with just four seconds remaining in the contest.
When the dust had settled the Wildkits 54-46 victory behind an outstanding second half from Evanston senior guard Jaheim Holden.
But none of those previous minutes mattered, as all it took was a single second to get off a shot for her only points of the game. A three pointer at the buzzer to give Fenwick a 50-49 win over the Titans.
New Trier went into Wednesday’s night matchup versus Glenbrook South with a lot going against them. The Trevians only had one day of prep for an undefeated Titans team who … Continue Reading New Trier in control of CSL South with win over GBS
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But what may have been lost in fan support has been gained ten-fold in conference significance as Niles North controlled the game from start to finish to post a 61-48 win and start out the CSL South season with a win.
New Trier got the better of Loyola this time around, holding off a Rambler rally for 55-52 win in the New Trier/Loyola Thanksgiving tournament.
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Led by a swarming defense, timely passing, a solid ground game, and superb special teams play, the Warriors won their first state playoff game in school history by defeating the Benet Redwings 20-18 and avenging their loss from a year ago.
After fending off a stiff challenge from 10th seeded Prospect, the number two seeded Trevians captured their second straight regional title with a 23-25, 25-15, 25-17 win over the Knights.
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