Congratulations to our student-athletes! The winter sports season ended on Saturday, March 13, and the Ramblers had outstanding showings in the pool, on the court, and more.
The boys’ swimming and diving team concluded their season by hosting the Catholic League Championship at the John D. Norcross Aquatic Center. The JV team earned 1st place honors and the frosh/soph and varsity teams finished in second place. LA finished in first place in the 200 medley relay (Andy Kelly, Jimmy Dukes, Lachlan Andrew and Step Flanagan) and set a new team record with a time of 134.03. In the 100 back, junior Andy Kelly earned 1st place with a time of 49.85 and broke the conference record and the LA pool record. The 400 free relay (Andy Kelly, Lachlan Andrew, PJ Spagnolo, and Step Flanagan) finished in 1st place with a time of 3.03.81, breaking the conference record and pool record. Congrats to senior Mack Smith on his 2nd place finish in the Catholic League Diving Championship.
The varsity girls’ basketball team concluded their season on Saturday, March 13, with a victory over St. Ignatius. The team had an incredible season: A 19–2 record, Jesuit Cup winners, and GCAC Champions. Congrats to the entire team, especially all nine seniors, Coach Schoenecker, Coach McGovern and Coach Wolfe.
The varsity boys’ basketball team concluded their season on Saturday, March 13, with a 56–50 double-overtime win over St. Joe's. The team finished 14-7 , 8-4 in the CCL. Congrats to all the entire team, especially the twelve seniors, Coach Livatino and his staff.
Congratulations to the Loyola Academy competitive cheer team for their fifth place finish at the IHSA sectional and for qualifying for the IHSA virtual state finals. Many thanks to the entire team and especially Coach Michelle Denic for their hard work and commitment.
Congratulations to the Ramblerettes, Loyola’s competitive dance team, for their fifth place finish at IHSA sectional and for the IHSA virtual state finals. Many thanks to the team and Coach Dubay for their hard work and commitment.
Phoebe Rosa '21 won GCAC player of the year award for girls' bowling—congratulations!