Adan Pedraza competes in the Breaststroke at LTHS on Saturday (1-28-2023). | Ian McLeod

The Oak Park and River Forest High School boys swimming and diving team won the Lyons Township Invitational on Jan. 28 with 251.5 points, seven points ahead of runner-up Marmion Academy.

Adan Pedraza and Lars Rauch had impressive days for the Huskies with each winning an individual event and competing in all three winning relays. Rauch won the 100-yard freestyle in 48.74 seconds while Adan Pedraza took the 100 breaststroke in 1:00.27.

The 200 medley relay of Pablo Pareja, Pedraza, Emmett Harmon and Rauch won in 1:37.60. The 200 freestyle relay of Rauch, Harmon, Will Keyes and Pedraza was victorious in 1:28.69, while the 400 freestyle relay of Keyes, Harmon, Pedraza and Rauch finished with a winning time of 3:13.78.

Keyes placed second in the 50 freestyle (22.61) and third in the 200 freestyle (1:49.60) while Harmon was second in the 100 butterfly (53.43).

Other notable individual performances for OPRF were turned in by Pareja in the 100 backstroke (4th, 55.10) and 100 butterfly (55.03), and Ian Glossa in the 50 freestyle (5th, 23.37).

The Huskies will compete in the West Suburban Conference Silver Division meet Feb. 3 at Hinsdale Central.

Girls bowling

Fenwick High School sophomore Olivia Cameron continued her solid season for the girls bowling team during the Girls Catholic Athletic Conference championship Jan. 28 at Arena Lanes in Oak Lawn.

Cameron had a series total of 1,169 pins to finish first among individuals and receive all-conference honors. She posted a 195 average for her six games.

The Friars finished 9th in the team standings with a total of 3,609 pins. Alyssa Pucillo (37th, 629 pins), Elinor Arato (40th, 612), and Katlyn Halfpenny (42nd, 599) rounded out the lineup.

Trinity High School came in 10th with 3,579 pins. Maisy Keith posted the Blazers’ highest score with a series total of 638 pins (106 average).

Abby Justak (44th, 590), Hailey Walsh (46th, 557), Arabella Carrion (52nd, 401), Julia Casillas (64th, 229), and Jasia Smith (65th, 210) also competed for Trinity.

Girls basketball

Trinity High School junior basketball player Lauren Miller reached the 1,000-point career mark Jan. 27 in a game at Wheaton-St. Francis.

Miller scored 19 points and added 11 rebounds as the Blazers (17-10) rolled past the Spartans 57-39. She has amassed 1,037 points and 557 rebounds in 67 career games.

Ciarra Richardson had 18 points and five rebounds while Sophia Rodriguez added 14 points and four rebounds for Trinity.

In the opening round of the GCAC tournament Jan. 30, Miller had 16 points, nine rebounds, four assists and four steals as the Blazers routed visiting Rosary 56-18. Rodriguez scored 13 points, Chloe Santos had 11 points and eight rebounds, and Richardson added eight points, six assists, and seven steals.

Also in GCAC tournament play on Jan. 30, Fenwick (13-14) beat visiting St. Laurence 47-24. Allie Heyer scored 12 points and Cam Brusca added 10 for the Friars.

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