Taking part in the first girls high school lacrosse match at Wrigley Field, Glenbard West defeated Maine South 9-2 Sunday.
The Hilltoppers led 3-1 at intermission before pulling away in the second half.
The Raiders captured the championship at their own Raider invite Friday with 131 points.
They placed first in six individual events with Jack Curtis winning three of them. Curtis was first in the high jump (6 feet, 4 inches), 100-meter dash (11.17) and the 200 (23.17).
Brandon Blankenship came in first in the long jump (21-5.75), Neven Telalovic won the discus (133-3) and Andre Steiger was first in the shot put (48-1).
Placing second was Joe Singleton (3,200).
The 4x200 relay team of Gabe Williams, Connor Willis, Ryan Hoffman and Curtis won in 1:31.11.
The Hilltoppers took part in Friday’s Red Grange invitational at Wheaton Warrenville South high school.
The 4x800-meter relay team of Chris Buechner, Ben Hecht, Nathan Crail and Jake Jaskowiak placed first in 8:08.70.
Jack Billings was the runner-up in the 3,200 and Hecht was third in the 800. Will Demos finished fourth in the discus and Ben Marcus added a fifth place showing in the triple jump.
Hosting the 15-team Sue Pariseau invitational Saturday, the Hilltoppers finished in fifth place with 51 points.
Lindsay Graham pulled off the double, winning both the 1,600-meter run (5:11.39) and the 3,200 (10:54.07).
Emma Gambol added a third-place finish in the triple jump.
The Raiders competed in Friday’s Glenbard East invitational.
Katelyn Hill won the 100-meter hurdles with a time of 15.24 and also placed first in the 300 hurdles (48.33).
The 4x100 relay was also victorious in 50.31 and the 4x400 relay won in a time of 4:07.72.
The Hilltoppers finished in fourth place at the Brother Rice Smack Attack during the weekend after falling to Lincoln-Way North 25-12, 20-25, 25-15 in their final match.
Alec Garwood was selected to the all-tournament team.
Glenbard West lost for the first time in 2014 with a 25-22, 26-24 defeat against Addison Trail April 24.
The Hilltoppers scored a 143.20 to place first at their own Steve Kafka invitational Saturday.
Max Diab was the runner-up in the all-around competition with a 50.80. He placed first on the pommel horse (8.9) and vault (9.0) and was second on the floor (9.1), still rings (8.5) and parallel bars (8.60).
Joey Mandarino placed first on the still rings with an 8.80 while Perry Zumbrook tied for second on the vault (8.70) and tied for third on the parallel bars (8.20).
Competing at Saturday’s Steve Kafka invitational, the Raiders came in fourth place with a 128.90.
Eugene Boguslavsky was third in the all-around with a 49.0. He finished second on the pommel horse (8.50), third on the floor (8.50) and horizontal bar (8.0), and tied for third on the parallel bars (8.2).
In a triangular meet with Fenton and Andrew on April 24, the Raiders scored a 136.1 to finish in first place.