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    Week 9



Colin Albue/Marc Krolikiewicz (York)

Both players scored 3 times as York beat St Viator 19-7 on Tuesday evening.


Marty Uzzardo (Richards)

Scored 8 goals as Richards held off Morton 13-10 on Tuesday.


Cody Siemeck (Sandburg)

Scored 7 goals to lead Sandburg to a 16-10 win over St Rita on Tuesday.


Pat Lebuhn (Rolling Meadows)

Lebuhn scored 6 goals as Meadows defeated STC North 13-6 on Tuesday.


Nick Vasdekas (Stagg)

Scored 4 times as Stagg held off Lincoln-Way North 11-10.


Kyle DeGroot (Lincoln-Way East)

Scored 6 goals as Lincoln-Way East beat Homewood-Flossmoor 14-9.


Mike Begrowicz/Pat Falconer (Mundelein)

Both players tallied 5 goals to lead Mundelein to a 15-10 win over New Trier on Wednesday.


Shay Banton (H-F)

Scored 3 goals as H-F defeated Lockport 8-7 on Friday afternoon.


Charlie Shaw (Loyola)

Scored 4 goals as Loyola edged St Ignatius 12-11 in the quarterfinals of the Catholic League Tournament, then added 5 goals in Loyola's 13-9 win over St Patrick.


Bill Farmer (New Trier)

Scored 5 goals as New Trier defeated Evanston 13-6 to advance to the CSL Tournament final on Saturday.


Ben Reasons (Naperville Central)

Scored 6 goals in Naperville Central's 16-9 win over Sandburg.


Tyler Kelley (Naperville Central)

Recorded 11 saves in the Redhawks' 16-9 victory over Sandburg.


Chris Corbett (Schaumburg)

Recorded 4 goals as Schaumburg claimed the MSL title with a 20-9 victory over Rolling Meadows on Thursday.


Russell Maanum/Shay Banton (H-F)

Both players scored 5 times as H-F held off LWC 13-12 on Monday.


Alex Rembialkowski (Stevenson)

Scored 4 times in Stevenson's 12-7 win over Waubonsie Valley.


JR Guitart/Matt McClone (New Trier)

Both players scored 3 times to lead New Trier to a 10-8 win over Glenbrook South.


Patrick Weigand/Peter Bruton (Lyons)

Both players scored 3 goals as Lyons outlasted Oak Park 9-8 in three overtimes on Saturday to claim the West Suburban Conference crown.


Craig Borkovec (Fenwick)

Scored 4 goals as Fenwick beat Brother Rice 15-8 in the MCAC title game on Saturday. Matt Napleton totaled 10 saves in the win for the Friars.


Ali Khan (Stevenson)

Scored 5 goals, including the game-winner in sudden-death overtime, as Stevenson defeated Neuqua Valley 12-11 on Saturday.





Caitlin Connor (Hinsdale Central)

Connor scored 4 times to lead Hinsdale Central past Hinsdale South 7-5.


Mia Bogusz/Steph Ter Bush (York)

Both players scored 3 goals as York defeated Morton 14-1 in the WSC Tournament on Saturday.


Allie Grimes (Lyons)

Scored 5 goals as Lyons defeated Oak Park 16-14 in the West Suburban Conference championship game.


Lizzy Kosin (Lyons)

Scored 4 goals, including the game-winner, as Lyons beat Oak Park 16-14 on Saturday in the WSC title game.


Alice Denny/Evelyn Kurzac (Mundelein)

Both Denny and Kurzac scored 7 goals as Mundelein went

3-0 at their Saturday-only tournament, beating Buffalo Grove, Latin, and Prospect in the process.


Brittany Wallace (Latin)

Scored 11 scores at the Mundelein tournament, helping the Romans earn wins over Buffalo Grove and Prospect


Amy Wilson/Liseli Baich (Wheeling)

Both players scored 2 times to help lift Wheeling to a 6-5 victory over Bremen.


Shay Bell (Young)

Bell allowed only 5 goals at the CPS Tournament this week, including an 11-1 win over Lane in the tournament championship game on Saturday.


Jessica Petrisko (Sandburg)

Scored 4 goals to lead Sandburg to a 15-1 win over Lincoln-Way North on Monday.


Maggie Knowles (Lockport)

Recorded 6 goals and added 4 steals to help lift Lockport to a 14-11 victory over Bradley.


Janet Skukas (York)

Scored 6 times to lead York to a 10-8 victory over Hinsdale Central.


Audrey Reardon (Oak Park)

Scored 4 goals and drew 7 ejections to lead Oak Park to a 7-4 win over Naperville North on Monday.


Ashley Stromberg/Jill Jesionowski (Andrew)

Both players recorded 3 goals as Andrew beat Stagg 12-5 on Monday.


Alyssa Turza/Stephanie Pouder (Sandburg)

Turza scored 5 goals and Pouder registered 23 saves in Sandburg's 11-7 win over Neuqua Valley.


Chelsea Simon (Barrington)

Scored 8 goals and Megan Clampitt as Barrington beat Vernon Hills 16-6.


Katie Doyle/Emily Bornhoff (Lyons)

Doyle scored 3 goals and Bornhoff stopped 9 shots in Lyons' 13-1 victory over Lincoln-Way Central on Tuesday.


Claire Fleming (Naperville Central)

Registered 4 goals to lead NC to a 15-4 victory over Buffalo Grove on Tuesday.


Jordan Yaakoby (Latin)

Scored 4 times as Latin defeated Marian 11-4.


Sophie Schloen (H-F)

Recorded 14 saves and limited LWE to just 2 goals as Homewood-Flossmoor defeated Lincoln-Way East 5-2 on Wednesday night.


Jessica Piry/Stacy Wymer (Lincoln-Way Central)

Both players scored 3 goals to lift Lincoln-Way Central past Andrew 9-8.


Katherine Pike (R-B)

Recorded 8 goals to lead R-B to a 21-8 victory over STC North.


Melanie Battaglia (St Viator)

Scored 3 times, including the game-winning goal in sudden- death overtime as St Viator beat Vernon Hills 8-7 on Wednesday.


Maddy Urban (New Trier)

Scored with 0:35 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter to give New Trier an 8-7 win over Mundelein. Urban scored 3 goals in the victory.


Erika Lauraitis (Fremd)

Scored 5 goals to help lead Fremd to a 10-4 victory over Wheeling in the MSL Championship game on Wednesday night.


Abbey Kerth/Claire Fleming (Naperville Central)

Both players scored 3 times to lead Naperville Central to a

9-4 victory over Sandburg on Thursday.


Catherine Vivado/Emma Martinus (Bremen)

Both players scored 4 goals apiece as Bremen defeated Hinsdale Central 10-7 on Thursday.


Maude Kingsbury (Lincoln-Way East)

Recorded 8 saves as Lincoln-Way East held off Lincoln-Way Central 4-3 in a defensive battle on Friday night.


Emily Caise (Bradley)

Caise tallied 3 goals to lead Bradley to a 6-5 victory over Stagg on Friday.


Katie Sharp (Andrew)

Sharp recorded 11 saves as Andrew beat Lincoln-Way North 16-4.





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