Trinity High School basketball players Lauren Miller, Cierra Richardson, and Sophia Rodriguez were named to the Girls Catholic Athletic Conference All-Red Division Team Jan. 22.
Miller is averaging 14 points and 7.8 rebounds per game for the Blazers. Richardson is averaging 9.8 points, 5 rebounds and 3.2 assists per game while Rodriguez averages 9.2 PPG and 3 RPG.
On the court, Trinity (15-10) rolled past visiting Northside Prep 51-22 on Jan. 21. Miller posted another double-double with 22 points and 14 rebounds, while Richardson had nine points, five rebounds and three assists and Rodriguez eight points, six rebounds, three assists, and two steals.
On Jan. 19, the Blazers fell to visiting Montini 56-45. Rodriguez had 18 points, five rebounds and three assists while Miller added 12 points and five points.
Fenwick girls basketball
Fenwick High School had two players make the All-GCAC Red team in seniors Cam Brusca and Allie Heyer.
Against visiting Willowbrook on Jan. 23, Brusca had 14 points and eight rebounds and Heyer 11 points. But it wasn’t enough as the Warriors rallied from a seven-point halftime deficit for a 42-40 victory over the Friars (12-13), who scored just 11 points in the second half.
Brusca fouled out with 3:17 to play. That along with 29 turnovers hurt Fenwick, which lost a chance to tie or win the game when Grace Kapsch committed an offensive foul with 1.9 remaining.
On Jan. 19, Heyer scored 13 points and Brusca had 10 points, five rebounds, and three assists in the Friars’ 47-36 loss to visiting Loyola Academy.
Freshman Zev Koransky continued his strong debut season for the Oak Park and River Forest High School wrestling team, winning the 113-pound title Jan. 21 at the Huskie Invitational. The Huskies came in eighth as a team with 111 points.
Koransky won three matches and improved his record to 28-7. It took just 44 seconds for him to pin Dylan Ramsey of Crystal Lake Central in the final.
Cooper Lacey and David Ogunsanya also had nice days for the Huskies. Lacey finished second at 138 pounds, losing 8-4 in the final to Jason Bowers of downstate Dakota, while Ogunsanya came in third at 126.
The Huskies have their final West Suburban Silver dual meet of the season Jan. 26 at York.
Fenwick finished in 10th place with 50 points at the Chicago Catholic League Championships on Jan. 21 at Mount Carmel.
Finn McGee had a strong showing for the Friars. Although he lost the 170-pound title match to Mount Carmel’s Colin Kelly via pin (2:35), he garnered three victories on the day to improve his season record to 31-4.
Other Fenwick place-winners were Vincent Fioravanti at 160 (6th) and Conor Stetz at 220 (3rd).
The Friars will now prepare for the IHSA Class 2A regional at Ridgewood on Feb. 4.