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Saturday, April 25 (Update #2)

By Aaron Brown

Saturday, April 25, 2009 8:00pm

 

GIRLS RECAPS

Naperville Central 8 Sandburg 2

Tori Davis scored 3 goals and Emily Wooten added 2 scores to lead Naperville Central to an 8-2 victory over Sandburg on Saturday morning. Lori Dasher and Kelsey Flynn each recorded goals in the loss for the Eagles.

 

Evanston 7 Jenison (MI) 6

Meg Schroeder scored 3 times and Rosy Capron and Ellis O'Connor both tallied 2 scores as Evanston held off a stiff challenge from Jenison (MI) to win 7-6 at the NC Tournament on Saturday morning. Trisha Armstrong scored 3 goals for Jenison in the loss.

 

Sandburg 7 Jenison (MI) 4

Alyssa Turza scored 3 goals and Lori Dasher added 2 scores as Sandburg beat Jenison (MI) 4 on Saturday. Dena Visser scored 3 goals in the loss for Jenison.

 

Naperville Central 9 Evanston 3

Emily Wooten scored 4 goals and Haley Nelson added 2 scores as Naperville Central finished the weekend with a 3-0 record after beating Evanston 9-3 on Saturday.

 

St Ignatius 7 Lyons 1

Celeste Almarez recorded 4 goals to lead the Wolfpack to a convincing 7-1 win over Lyons on Saturday. Kirby Kaptur scored the lone goal for LT, while Emily Bornhoff made 8 saves in the losing effort.

 

Riverside-Brookfield 26 Richards 9; Riverside-Brookfield 15 Argo 1; Riverside-Brookfield 19 Shepard 3

Katherine Pike scored 16 goals in three wins for R-B, as they claimed the Independent Conference Tournament with wins over Richards, Argo, and Shepard on Saturday. Clare Walsh and JoJo Tabor also added 10 goals apiece, while Lisa Thomas totaled 21 steals and 20 assists over the weekend.

 

Saturday, April 25 (Update #1)

By Aaron Brown

Saturday, April 25, 2009 12:00am

 

WEEKEND PREVIEW #2

Things to look for on Saturday:

 

BOYS

- GBS and Evanston advanced to the championship round of the GBS Tournament; they await one more finalist, which looks like it could be Oak Park if they beat Libertyville on Saturday morning.

- Brother Rice and Sandburg went 2-0 on Friday and play at 10:30am for the chance to advance to the championship game of the Brother Rice Tournament. St Patrick and Naperville North were the other two winners on the evening,

  with both teams getting a leg up on St Rita and Hinsdale Central on the other side of the bracket.

 

GIRLS

- It was a good night of games for Illinois teams facing opposition from Michigan; Naperville Central beat Jenison (MI), while Stevenson, Mundelein, Fenwick, and McAuley combined to go 5-0 against three other Michigan teams

  (EGR, Huron, Pioneer, Rockford). Sandburg and Evanston get a shot at Jenison on Saturday, while the Stevenson Tournament consists of 11 more games against the Michigan teams.

- Naperville Central takes on Sandburg at 8:50am in a battle of Top 10 teams at the NC Tournament.

- Latin plays host to Top 25 teams Neuqua Valley, Prospect, and Young beginning at 8:00am in Chicago.

- Riverside-Brookfield and Richards face off in the Independent Conference Tournament

- The added game between St Ignatius and Lyons in LaGrange (11:00am) was a late addition to the schedule but could be a matchup of potential state qualifiers if things fall right for both teams in three weeks.

 

Check the site throughout the day for scores and updates.

 

 

Friday, April 24 (Update #2)

By Aaron Brown

Friday, April 24, 2009 10:10pm

 

BOYS RECAPS

Sandburg 10 Lockport 8

Cody Siemeck and Joe Kamper both scored 4 goals to lead Sandburg to a 10-8 victory over Lockport in the opening round of the Brother Rice Tournament on Friday afternoon. The game also counted as a SWSC contest, giving the Eagles a 9-1 record atop the division.

 

Morgan 14 Northside 6

Zach Wenner recorded 5 goals and 4 steals to lead Morgan Park past Northside 14-6 in the Public League contest on Friday night.

 

GIRLS RECAPS

Naperville Central 11 Jenison (MI) 4

The Redhawks improved to 19-1 on the season with an 11-4 win over visiting Jenison (MI) in the first game of the NC Tournament on Friday. Haley Nelson scored 3 goals to lead the way for the Redhawks, while Emily Wooten added 2 scores in the winning effort. Courtney Harlett, Deena Visser, Kelly Garringer, and Kylee Brook each recorded scores in the loss for Jenison.

 

Sandburg 9 Evanston 3

Alyssa Turza recorded 5 goals and Alex Bielski added 2 scores to lead Sandburg to a 9-3 win over Evanston on Friday in the second game of the NC Tournament. Meg Schroeder, Ellis O'Connell, and Rosy Capron each tallied goals for the Wildkits in the loss.

 

New Trier 11 Naperville North 4

Ryanne O'Donnell and Ward McNulty both scored 3 times in New Trier's 11-4 victory over Naperville North on Friday night.

 

York 13 Hersey 10

Amanda Hewson totaled 6 goals and Therese O'Toole scored 4 times as York defeated Hersey 13-10 on Friday.

 

Mundelein 6 East Grand Rapids (MI) 4

Alice Denny scored with one second left in the opening period and the Mustangs led the rest of the way en route to a 6-4 win over East Grand Rapids (MI) in their first game of the Stevenson Tournament on Friday. Denny totaled 4 goals, while Alexis Jones and Dani Caldwell also added one score apiece in the win for Mundelein. Kacy Swieter, Kori Swieter, Mallory Malaney, and Sarah Allaben each tallied goals in the loss for EGR.

 

Riverside-Brookfield 11 Northside 3

Katherine Pike recorded 4 goals and goalie Natalie Benoy stopped 18 shots and added 4 steals as Riverside-Brookfield knocked off Northside 11-3.

 

Friday, April 24 (Update #1)

By Aaron Brown

Friday, April 24, 2009 1:50am

 

Weekend Preview

The postseason is right around the corner as we enter one of the final weekend's of the regular season in Illinois water polo. Four tournaments get underway on Friday night, with a total of eight events and sixteen other individual games taking place over the weekend. Here is a preview of the Friday/Saturday tournaments:

 

BOYS

Glenbrook South Tournament

The GBS Tournament that normally falls on the first weekend of the season was shifted to Week 7 while the hosts' pool was being finished. Oak Park joins the event for the first time in hopes of snagging their second tournament title of the season after claiming the Lyons Tournament title last weekend. The Huskies' two main challengers will be Central Suburban League contenders Evanston and the hosts, Glenbrook South. Oak Park comes off an overtime victory over Waubonsie Valley on Thursday night, while the other two teams won conference games heading into this weekend's games. Also participating at the event are regular participants Hersey, Lake Forest, Palatine, Prospect, and St Viator. Six first-round games take place on Friday night, followed by two more on Saturday morning before the championship round.

 

Brother Rice Tournament

One of the top annual tournaments in the state gets started on Friday night, as eight teams will be vying for the Brother Rice Tournament title. The hosts battle Loyola in the first game of the night at 4:00pm, followed by a duel between SWSC foes Sandburg and Lockport. Hinsdale Central, Naperville North, St Patrick, and St Rita are also in action at the eight-team tourney on Friday night.

 

Saturday-only tournaments: Latin

 

GIRLS

Naperville Central Tournament

The Redhawks roll out the red carpet for Evanston, Sandburg, and Michigan's Jenison High School beginning on Friday night. The round-robin event has just two games on Friday night (NC vs Jenison, Sandburg vs Evanston) and four more contests on Saturday morning.

 

Stevenson Tournament

Three other Michigan teams make the trip to Illinois over the weekend, as Stevenson hosts East Grand Rapids, Huron, and Ann Arbor Pioneer. The three Michigan teams will face only opposition from Illinois, which includes the Patriots, Fenwick, Mother McAuley, and Mundelein.

 

Saturday-only tournaments: Glenbrook North, Latin, and R-B

 

 

Thursday, April 23 (Update #2)

By Aaron Brown

Thursday, April 23, 2009 5:20pm

 

The IHSA announced the seeds for the upcoming sectional playoff competition in May. Check out the following links to view the seeds for 2009:

 

Boys Sectional Seeds

Girls Sectional Seeds

 

Thursday, April 23 (Update #1)

By Aaron Brown

Thursday, April 23, 2009 11:56pm

 

BOYS RECAPS

Buffalo Grove 11 Rolling Meadows 10

Matt Cooney scored 4 times, Brad Lotzer had 3 goals, and Glen Bernard and Matt Block both added 2 scores in Buffalo Grove's 11-10 win over Rolling Meadows. Dan Schmitz also recorded 15 saves in the victory for the Bison.

 

Lincoln-Way Central 17 Lincoln-Way North 11

Eric Hosty scored 6 goals and Petar Jackovich added 5 scores to help lift Lincoln-Way Central past Lincoln-Way North 17-11 on Tuesday evening. Goalie Jim Wingfield recorded 13 saves in the win for the Knights.

 

Curie 15 Northside 6

Eduardo Chavez scored 4 times and Robert Hernandez, Victor Mendez, and Victor Estrada each recorded 2 scores in Curie's 15-6 win over Northside. Mike Figura scored 5 times in the loss for Northside.

 

Oak Park 20 Waubonsie Valley 19 (OT)

Tommy Poulos scored 6 goals, Armando Lee added 5 scores, and Dylan O'Connell, Luke O'Connell, and Troy Williams each scored 3 times in Oak Park's 20-19 overtime win over Waubonsie Valley. Edi Boldor scored 7 goals and Jim Zuponeck scored 5 times in the loss for the Warriors.

 

Evanston 14 Highland Park 7

Matt Wich and Robert Bansberg both scored 5 goals in Evanston's 14-7 victory over Highland Park on Thursday night.

 

Stevenson 11 Lake Forest 5

Ali Khan recorded 4 goals, Andrew Block scored 3 times, and Grant Stevens added 2 goals to lift Stevenson past Lake Forest 11-5 on Thursday.

 

Mundelein 11 Libertyville 8

Will Davidson scored 5 goals and Brandon Horsch, Pal Falconer, and Pat Helliwell each added 2 scores for Mundelein in an 11-8 victory over Libertyville. Zach Leboza totaled 5 scores in the loss for the Wildcats.

 

New Trier 18 Glenbrook North 6

Bill Farmer and JR Guitart each recorded 5 goals to lead New Trier past Glenbrook North 18-6 on Thursday evening.

 

Barrington 17 Palatine 11

Mike Reindl scored 5 times and Andy Gust and Mike Byron each recorded 4 goals in Barrington's 17-11 victory over Palatine.

 

Schaumburg 15 Fremd 4

Chris Corbett scored 5 goals and Aaron Johnson and Mike Kehoe each added 2 scores as Schaumburg defeated Fremd 15-4 and remained undefeated atop the MSL West conference in 2009.

 

GIRLS RECAPS

Sandburg 14 Lockport 2

Lori Dasher recorded 4 goals to lead Sandburg past Lockport 14-2. Ashley Eborek and Jackie Bart each scored once in the loss for the Porters.

 

Barrington 18 Palatine 5

Megan Clampitt scored 3 goals and Andrea Scardino, Emily Fogle, Jill Nagle, and Julie Rometty each scored 2 times as Barrington knocked off Palatine 18-5 on Thursday night.

 

Fremd 24 Schaumburg 4

Erika Lauraitis scored 8 goals and Allison McCarthy added 6 scores to lead Fremd to a 24-4 win over Schaumburg in the MSL West matchup. Nicole Mundie scored all 4 goals for the Saxons in the loss.

 

Naperville North 8 Hinsdale Central 7 (OT)

Lindsay Jansen scored 3 times and Audrey Chen and Kayla Westman each scored 2 times in Naperville North's 8-7 overtime win over Hinsdale Central. Caitlin Connor recorded 6 goals in the loss for the Red Devils.

 

Northside 14 Curie 7

Monica Pinkus, Mary Jean Potamites, and Kelly Buchanan each scored 3 goals to lead Northside to a 14-7 victory over Curie. Nancy Patron scored 6 goals in the loss for Curie.

 

New Trier 14 Glenbrook North 4

Anna Horstkotte, Ryanne O'Donnell, and Sophia Palmer each recorded 3 goals in New Trier's 14-4 win over Glenbrook North. Catie Barr scored 3 times in the losing effort for GBN.

 

Mundelein 16 Libertyville 4

Alice Denny tallied 5 goals, Evelyn Kuczack added 4 scores, and Alexis Jones scored 3 times to give Mundelein a 16-4 win over Libertyville.

 

Wheeling 9 Hersey 6

Amy Wilson scored 4 goals and Christa Khatcherian scored 3 times, all in the second half, to help Wheeling pull away from Hersey and earn a 9-6 win in the MSL East contest.

 

Buffalo Grove 10 Rolling Meadows 5

Jessica Lundin recorded 12 saves to help Buffalo Grove hold off Rolling Meadows 10-5 on Thursday evening.

 

 

Wednesday, April 22 (Update #1)

By Aaron Brown

Wednesday, April 22, 2009 9:55pm

 

BOYS RECAPS

Sandburg 8 Lincoln-Way East 5

Cody Siemeck scored 4 goals to lead Sandburg to an 8-5 win over Lincoln-Way East on Wednesday; the Eagles claimed the lead in the SouthWest Suburban Conference with the victory.

 

Loyola 10 Latin 8

Charlie Shaw contributed 6 goals and Sean Hulseman scored 2 times as Loyola held off Latin 10-8 on Wednesday night.

 

Homewood-Flossmoor 14 Lincoln-Way North 9

Aleck Wojack scored 5 times to lead the Vikings to a 14-9 win over Lincoln-Way North.

 

Curie 14 Von Steuben 7

Robert Hernandez scored 5 goals to lead Curie to a 14-7 victory over Von Steuben. Jacob Dorn scored 7 times in the loss for VS.

 

GIRLS RECAPS

Homewood-Flossmoor 13 Lincoln-Way North 5

Katie McHugh tallied 5 goals and Michelle Mayer added 3 scores to lift H-F to a 13-5 victory over LWN on Wednesday. Taylor Nelson scored 4 goals in the loss for the Phoenix.

 

Glenbrook South 7 Vernon Hills 6 (OT)

Molly Dragman and Sarah Dunk both scored 2 goals to help Glenbrook South beat Vernon Hills 7-6 in overtime on Wednesday evening. The Cougars trailed 4-2 at halftime, but used a 5-3 second half run to send the game to overtime. Trailing 6-5 in the final minute, Kelly Steininger (2 goals) made a steal and scored an unassisted goal to tie the game at the end of regulation, but GBS scored the only goal in the extra period to earn the win.

 

Andrew 12 Lockport 9

Ashley Stromberg scored 4 goals and Katie Fischer and Leah McCarthy both scored 2 times in Andrew's 12-9 win over Lockport. Maggie Knowles scored 5 goals in the loss for the Porters.

 

Sandburg 9 Lincoln-Way East 4

Alyssa Turza scored 4 goals and Stephanie Pouder recorded 17 saves to lead Sandburg to a 9-4 victory over Lincoln-Way East in the SWSC matchup. Maude Kingsbury made 14 saves in the loss for the Griffins.

 

 

Tuesday, April 21 (Update #2)

By Aaron Brown

Tuesday, April 21, 2009 11:07pm

 

Special Game Recap (#1 vs #2)

Fenwick 17 Naperville Central 6

By Adam Brown

 

It was a battle of the top-ranked teams as #1 ranked Fenwick and #2 Naperville Central squared off on Tuesday night in Oak Park. The Friars were looking to continue their dominance over the state of Illinois after an undefeated trip to Florida, while the Redhawks were finally playing at full strength.

The Friars took control in the first period, taking a 3-0 lead with two goals by Chris Wendt and a goal Brian Barron; after three straight tallies from Brian Barron in the second quarter, the Friars took a 6-0 lead late in the second period. The Redhawks got on the board after Max Saltzman drew a 5-meter penalty and scored on the following shot to make the score 6-1. Fenwick continued to control the pace, however, with a strong set offense and a quick counterattack, ended the half with a 10-1 lead.

Central made noticeable adjustments at the half, as Ben Reasons scored twice and Ryan Stanley and Max Saltzman each recorded goals to cut the lead to 10-6 at the end of the third quarter. That was as close as the Redhawks would get, as foul trouble and a relentless counterattack by the Friars put the game away in the fourth quarter. The Friars used a remarkable 7-1 run in the final period to beat Naperville Central 17-6.

Chris Wendt scored 6 goals and Brian Barron added 4 scores in the win for Fenwick. Ben Reasons, Ryan Stanley, and Max Saltzman all scored 2 goals apiece for the Redhawks in the loss. Meanwhile, Tyler Kelley had 11 saves for the Redhawks and Chris Napleton had 4 saves for the Friars.

 

Tuesday, April 21 (Update #1)

By Aaron Brown

Tuesday, April 21, 2009 10:52pm

 

BOYS RECAPS

Fenwick 17 Naperville Central 6

Chris Wendt scored 6 goals and Brian Barron added 4 scores to lead Fenwick to a 17-6 victory over Naperville Central on Tuesday.

 

Evanston 12 New Trier 8

Sam Rosen scored 5 goals, Jake Roth added 4 scores, and Matt Wich added 2 scores as Evanston used an 8-0 run to pull away from New Trier and win 12-8 on Tuesday.

 

Lockport 12 Lincoln-Way East 10

Lockport broke a 10-10 with two straight goals in the fourth quarter to earn a 12-10 victory over Lincoln-Way East in the SouthWest Suburban Conference matchup on Tuesday night. Josh Libman scored 5 goals, Pat Cavanaugh added 3 scores, and Larry Formosa added 2 goals in the win for the Porters. Goalie Drew Duckett recorded 11 saves in the victory.

 

Oak Park 10 Latin 8

Dylan O'Connell scored 4 goals and Armando Lee, Luke O'Connell, and Tommy Poulos each added 2 scores in Oak Park's 10-8 victory over Latin. Jacob Himmel totaled 5 goals and AJ Galainena scored 3 times in the loss for the Romans. Meanwhile, Latin's JV team battled back from a 6-1 deficit to tie the game at 7-7 at the end of regulation. After both teams scored once in the first overtime period, Parker Wilkie scored the game-winner to give Latin a 9-8 win over Oak Park on Tuesday night.

 

Glenbrook South 18 Glenbrook North 5

Ben Hengels and Chris DeLetto each scored 5 goals to lead Glenbrook South to an 18-5 win over Glenbrook South on Tuesday night.

 

Lincoln-Way Central 13 Stagg 3

Petar Jackovich scored 9 goals and Joe Caffarini added 2 scores to lift LWC past Stagg 13-3. Knights' goalie Jim Wingfield made 19 saves in the win.

 

Buffalo Grove 9 Prospect 7 (OT)

Glen Bernard scored 3 times, Matt Block added 2 goals, and goalie Dan Schmitz recorded 13 saves to help Buffalo Grove beat Prospect 9-7 in overtime in the MSL East matchup on Tuesday.

 

St Ignatius 19 Lane 9

Brendan Moore and Garrett Mulchrone each scored 5 times in the Wolfpack's 19-9 win over Lane.

 

Stevenson 9 Libertyville 7

Ali Khan scored 4 goals, Andrew Block added 3 scores, and Doug Malfar had 2 goals in Stevenson's 9-7 win over Libertyville.

 

Mundelein 17 Vernon Hills 5

Will Davidson scored 6 goals and Pat Helliwell added 3 scores as Mundelein beat Vernon Hills 17-5 on Tuesday.

 

Hersey 10 Elk Grove 4

Brian McKee scored 6 goals and Pat Chamberlain recorded 23 saves in Hersey's 10-4 win over Elk Grove.

 

GIRLS RECAPS

Fenwick 10 Naperville Central 4

Morgan Bonk scored 4 goals, Lisett Calderon added 2 scores, and Emma McKernin, Jeanette Vecchio, Katie Tynan, and Welle Huening each scored one goal as Fenwick defeated Naperville Central 10-4 on Tuesday night. Haley Nelson scored 2 times for the Redhawks, while Claire Fleming and Tori Davis each added one score in the loss.

 

Oak Park 12 Hinsdale Central 6

Audrey Reardon scored 7 goals and Jenna Kirk and Joanna Evans both scored 2 times in Oak Park's 12-6 win over Hinsdale Central. Vicki Maslowski recorded 10 saves in the victory for the Huskies. Caitlin Connor tallied 5 scores in the loss for the Red Devils.

 

St Ignatius 8 Sandburg 7

Kate Stelnicki recorded 3 goals and Celeste Almarez added 2 scores to help St Ignatius beat Sandburg 8-7 on Tuesday night. Alyssa Turza scored 4 times in the loss for the Eagles.

 

Fremd 15 Conant 6

Erika Lauraitis scored 3 goals and Allison McCarthy, Amy Ruiz, Katie French, and Megan Kennedy each scored 2 times as Fremd beat Conant 15-6 in the MSL West contest.

 

New Trier 12 Evanston 6

Anna Stern and Ryanne O'Donnell each scored 3 goals and Caroline Hoff added 2 scores as New Trier defeated Evanston 12-6 in the Central Suburban League game on Tuesday. Meg Schroeder scored 3 times in the loss for the Wildkits.

 

Neuqua Valley 22 Hinsdale South 10

Jeanette Nolte recorded 8 goals to lead Neuqua Valley to a 22-10 victory over Hinsdale South. Jessica Zimmerman and Tricia Bannister both scored 3 times in the win for the Wildcats.

 

Loyola 12 Marian 3

Maeve O'Connor scored 7 goals to lead Loyola to a 12-3 win over Marian on Tuesday night.

 

Highland Park 13 Maine East 3

Leah Holtzman scored 3 goals and Anna Silberstein, Rachel Greenberg, and Sara Mocogni all scored 3 times in Highland Park's 13-3 win over Maine East in the CSL game on Tuesday.

 

 

Monday, April 20 (Update #1)

By Aaron Brown

Monday, April 20, 2009 11:06pm

 

BOYS RECAPS

York 10 Hinsdale South 8

Marc Krolikiewicz scored 3 goals and Mark Olalde added 2 scores to help York defeat Hinsdale South 10-8 in West Suburban Conference play on Monday. John Onstwedder recorded 14 saves in the win for the Dukes.

 

Loyola 13 Glenbrook South 11

Loyola outscored GBS 5-0 in the fourth quarter to come from behind to beat Glenbrook South 14-11 on Monday night. Charlie Shaw and Liam Byrne each scored 4 times in the win for the Ramblers. Nick Kerndt led GBS with 4 goals in the loss.

 

Morgan Park 12 Von Steuben 11 (OT)

Denzell Blackmon scored 5 goals to lead Morgan Park to a 12-11 overtime win over Von Steuben on Monday.

 

Lincoln-Way North 18 Richards 5

Kyler VanSwol totaled 7 goals to lead LWN past Richards 18-5 on Monday evening.

 

Homewood-Flossmoor 12 Stagg 8

Russell Maanum and Shay Banton both tallied 4 scores in H-F's 12-8 victory over Stagg.

 

Rolling Meadows 13 Wheeling 8

Pat Lebuhn scored 5 goals, Dan Vockeroth scored 4 times, and Damian Fitzsimmons and Dan Briggs both scored 2 goals as Rolling Meadows beat Wheeling 13-8.

 

McHenry 25 St Viator 9

Jon Lesniak scored 9 goals, Reilly Shanahan added 5 scores and 5 assists, and Graham Olson scored 4 times in McHenry's 25-9 win over St Viator.

 

GIRLS RECAPS

Sandburg 9 Lincoln-Way Central 2

Alyssa Turza scored 6 goals and Stephanie Pouder recorded 20 saves to lead Sandburg to a 9-2 win over Lincoln-Way Central. Sarah Hanly and Stacy Wymer each scored once in the loss for the Knights.

 

Hinsdale Central 9 Maine South 4

Ariel Rickelman scored 3 goals and Maddy Morrison added 2 scores to lead Hinsdale Central to a 9-4 nonconference win over Maine South. Anne Kunze, Maggie Alberts, Mallory Smith, and Sara Shaner each added goals for the Red Devils. Ashley Arzola scored 2 times to lead Maine South, while Molly Machala and Shannon Tworek each added one goal apiece in the loss.

 

Andrew 11 Bradley 7

Gina Cavato scored 3 times and Katie Fischer added 2 goals to lead Andrew past Bradley 11-7 on Monday evening.

 

Fremd 21 St Charles North 3

Erika Lauraitis scored 9 goals, Allison McCarthy added 4 scores, and Katie French totaled 3 goals and 5 assists to help lift Fremd past St Charles North 21-3.

 

Homewood-Flossmoor 11 Stagg 5

Katie McHugh and Rebecca Matthews scored 3 goals apiece to lead H-F to an 11-5 victory over Stagg.

 

Lincoln-Way North 13 Richards 11

Taylor Nelson recorded 6 goals to lead Lincoln-Way North to a 13-11 victory over Richards.

 

Lincoln-Way East 8 Lockport 7

Kara Nowakowski scored 3 times and Maude Kingsbury recorded 14 saves in the Griffins' 8-7 win over Lockport. Maggie Knowles scored 3 goals and Jill Rothgery added 2 scores in the loss for the Porters.

 

Loyola 15 Glenbrook South 2

Maeve O'Connor led the Ramblers with 5 goals in their 15-2 victory over GBS on Monday.

 

Wheeling 12 Rolling Meadows 2

Amy Wilson and Liseli Baich each scored 3 goals and Christa Khatcherian added 2 scores to lead Wheeling to a 12-2 win over Rolling Meadows.

 

Bremen 11 Shepard 0

Sam Martinus recorded 4 goals to lead Bremen to an 11-0 win over Shepard.

 

 

Sunday, April 19 (Update #2)

By Aaron Brown

Sunday, April 19, 2009 11:00pm

 

Recent updates:

The Illpolo Report - Summary of the sixth week of the season

The Starting VII - Preview of the seventh week of the season

Week 6 Updates - Game recaps and news from Week 6 of the 2009 season

Super Ballers - Find out which players were named Super Ballers after Week 6

Ballers of the Week - Check out which players earned 'Baller status' for Week 6

 

Sunday, April 19 (Update #1)

By Aaron Brown

Sunday, April 19, 2009 3:00am

 

The rankings after the sixth week of the season have been updated:

 

Top 25 Rankings

Boys

Girls

 

 

Week 6 Updates

 

Check out the complete Week 6 Updates from the 2009 water polo season.

 

 

 

Week 5 Updates

 

Check out the complete Week 5 Updates from the 2009 water polo season.

 

 

 

Week 4 Updates

 

Check out the complete Week 4 Updates from the 2009 water polo season.

 

 

 

Week 3 Updates

 

Check out the complete Week 3 Updates from the 2009 water polo season.

 

 

 

Week 2 Updates

 

Check out the complete Week 2 Updates from the 2009 water polo season.

 

 

 

Week 1 Updates

 

Check out the complete Week 1 Updates from the 2009 water polo season.

 

 

 

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By Aaron Brown

Sunday, February 21, 2009 9:55am

 

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