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Illpolo.com Ballers of the Week

    Week 6

 

BOYS

Kyler VanSwol (Lincoln-Way North)

Van Swol scored 10 goals in Lincoln-Way North's 22-6 victory over Bradley, finishing the week with 26 goals and 8 assists as LWN went 3-0.

 

Eric Primdahl (St Viator)

Recorded 8 goals and added 7 steals to lead St Viator to a 16-11 win over St Charles North on Monday night.

 

Cody Siemeck (Sandburg)

Siemeck recorded 8 goals to lead Sandburg past H-F 15-8 on Thursday night.

 

Brian Barron (Fenwick)

Barron scored 5 goals to lead Fenwick past Gulliver Prep 11-4 on Friday and led the team with 4 scores and 4 assists in a win over St Andrews on Saturday.

 

Jim Zuponeck (Waubonsie Valley)

Zuponeck scored 4 goals as Waubonsie Valley beat York 13-7.

 

Chris Corbett (Schaumburg)

Corbett scored 7 goals to lead the Saxons to a 19-3 victory over Conant on Tuesday night.

 

Nate Moyer (Highland Park)

Moyer scored 5 goals in the Giants' 11-10 overtime win over Libertyville.

 

Mike Byron (Barrington)

Byron scored 4 goals to lead the Broncos to an 11-8 win over Fremd on Tuesday night.

 

David Auclair (Hinsdale South)

Auclair scored 5 goals to lead the Hornets to a 14-9 win over St Charles East on Tuesday night.

 

Adam Weisberger (Stevenson)

Recorded 13 saves (including a penalty shot block) to lead Stevenson past St Patrick 11-10.

 

Chris Scanlon (Maine East)

Scored 4 goals to lead Maine East to a 9-7 victory over Von Steuben on Tuesday night.

 

Kyle DeGroot (Lincoln-Way East)

DeGroot scored 6 goals to lead the Griffins to a 14-5 win over Sandburg on Wednesday night.

 

Nate Kelley (Highland Park)

Kelley scored the game-winning goal in sudden death overtime to propel Highland Park to an 11-10 win over Libertyville.

 

Charlie Shaw/Conor Murphy (Loyola)

Shaw and Murphy each scored 4 goals to lead Loyola to a 15-2 victory over Conant.

 

Pat Lebuhn (Meadows)

Lebuhn scored 8 goals to lead Rolling Meadows to a 12-4 victory over Hersey on Wednesday.

 

Brent Caras (Fremd)

Caras scored 6 goals to lead Fremd to a 16-12 win over St Viator.

 

Richard Leigh (Morgan Park)

Scored 6 goals to lead Morgan Park past Mt Carmel 20-6.

 

Chris DeLetto/Ben Hengels (GBS)

DeLetto scored 5 goals and added 5 steals and Hengels totaled 4 scores and 5 assists as GBS beat New Trier.

 

Chris Depew/Mark Menis/Ryan Stanley (NC)

Depew, Menis, and Stanley each scored 4 goals to lead Naperville Central to a 17-12 win over Neuqua Valley.

 

Kevin Moran/Pat Cavanaugh (Lockport)

Moran and Cavanaugh each scored 4 goals to lead Lockport to a 14-8 win over Lincoln-Way Central.

 

Zach Vandelogt (Fremd)

Recorded 9 goals and 8 steals to lead Fremd past Palatine 14-12.

 

Dan Schmitz (Buffalo Grove)

Recorded 13 saves and 4 assists in Buffalo Grove's 18-3 win over Elk Grove.

 

Chris Asta (Barrington)

Recorded 25 saves help the Broncos beat Latin, Palatine, and St Viator over the weekend.

 

Mike Begrowicz (Mundelein)

Begrowicz led the Mustangs with 3 goals in a 10-8 OT win over GBS.

 

 

 

GIRLS

Melissa Pantone (Richards)

Pantone scored 7 goals to lead the Bulldogs to a 13-11 win over Stagg on Monday.

 

Kirby Kaptur (Lyons)

Kaptur scored 4 goals to lead the Lions to a 12-5 road victory over Homewood-Flossmoor.

 

Nora Plank (Bremen)

Plank recorded 4 goals to lead Bremen to a 13-3 victory over Argo on Monday afternoon.

 

Maude Kingsbury (Lincoln-Way East)

Recorded 13 saves to help Lincoln-Way East beat rival Lincoln-Way Central 10-9 on Tuesday night.

 

Gail Wilcoxen (Young)

Scored 5 goals in Young's 11-9 victory over Oak Park.

 

Karen Lowry (Stevenson)

Scored 4 goals to help lift the Patriots to a 10-4 victory over Lincoln-Way East on Saturday afternoon.

 

Carolyn Chen (Hinsdale Central)

Recorded 16 saves to lead the Red Devils to a 12-5 victory over St Charles North.

 

Erika Lauraitis (Fremd)

Lauraitis scored 7 goals to lead Fremd to a 12-9 victory over Barrington.

 

Haley Nelson/Sam Virella (Naperville Central)

Nelson scored 4 times and Virella recorded 11 saves in the 8-7 win for the Redhawks.

 

Emma Martinus (Bremen)

Martinus tallied 6 goals in Bremen's 18-4 win over Richards on Tuesday.

 

Mariana Irwin (Highland Park)

Irwin recorded 17 saves, including the game-saving block with three seconds remaining to help Highland Park hold off Libertyville 4-3.

 

Danielle Kappel/Nicole Mundie (Schaumburg)

Both players scored 7 times to lead Schaumburg past Vernon Hills 21-13.

 

Alyssa Turza (Sandburg)

Turza scored 4 goals to lead Sandburg to a 13-4 win over Naperville North on Wednesday afternoon.

 

Katherine Pike (R-B)

Scored 6 goals in R-B's 15-9 victory over Stagg

 

Stephanie Pouder (Sandburg)

Recorded 17 saves as Sandburg outlasted Homewood-Flossmoor 9-8 on Thursday night.

 

Katie Paul/Laura Cempel (Lincoln-Way East)

Paul and Cempel both scored 3 times to lead Lincoln-Way East to a 12-5 win over Andrew on Thursday.

 

Brittany Wallace (Latin)

Scored 3 goals to lead Latin to a 5-4 victory over Young.

 

Kathryn Emerson (Buffalo Grove)

Emerson scored 5 goals to lead Buffalo Grove to a 9-4 victory over Elk Grove.

 

Meg Dix (Prospect)

Dix scored 5 goals to lead the Knights past Lockport 10-7 at the St Viator Tournament.

 

Grace Nelson (York)

Scored 4 times to lead York to a 9-8 win over Barrington in the opening game of the York Tournament on Friday night.

 

Katie Sharp (Andrew)

Made 26 saves, including 3 penalty shots, to help Andrew finish the weekend with a 2-1 record at the York Tourney.

 

 

 

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