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Week 4 Summary   

By Aaron Brown

 

The following is a summary of what took place during the fourth week of the season. This is not a complete list and we can only include a few people in this summary, but the purpose is to recognize a few of the best performances from each week.

 

Players To Watch

Boys - Jacob Himmel/Eddie Wickes (Latin)

The Romans' tandem combined to score 13 goals in a 19-8 win over St Rita on Thursday night.

Boys - Robbie Lebeau (R-B)

Scored 8 goals in R-B's victory over Morgan Park on Saturday.

Boys - Marty Uzzardo (Richards)

Explosive performance with 8 goals in Richards' first win of the season.

Girls - Kelly Buchanan (Northside)

Scored 6 goals for Northside in their win over Maine East on Thursday.

Girls - Melanie Czerwinski (Sandburg)

Scored 4 goals in Sandburg's 15-7 win over Andrewand has become a reliable offensive option for the Eagles.

 

 

Biggest Impact

Boys - Brian Barron/John Osborne (Fenwick)

The two players combined to score a combined 11 goals in Monday's win over Schaumburg.

Boys - Joe Caffarini/Eric Hosty (Lincoln-Way Central)

Totaled 11 goals in the Knights' 22-11 win over Lincoln-Way North.

Boys - Brandon Kase/Chris Corbett (Schaumburg)

Accounted for 12 goals, 9 assists, and 16 steals as the Saxons beat Fremd 21-3 on Tuesday.

Girls - Katie Tynan/Morgan Bonk (Fenwick)

Both players scored 3 goals in Fenwick's 10-2 win over St Ignatius; the Friars went 4-0 at their own tourney.

Girls - Allie Grimes (Lyons)

Scored a total of 7 goals in two wins over Mother McAuley in Week 4.

Girls - Megan McNichols (Lyons)

Scored the game-winning goal in the closing seconds of Lyons' 6-5 win over McAuley at the Fenwick Tournament.

Girls - Christa Khatcherian (Wheeling)

Her fourth-quarter backhand goal helped clinch a 7-5 win over Hersey.

Girls - Allison McCarthy/Erika Lauraitis (Fremd)

Combined to score 19 goals in Fremd's win over Schaumburg.

Girls - Lydia Ridgeway (St Ignatius)

Scored 5 goals to lead the Wolfpack to a 9-2 victory over Loyola.

Girls - Maeve O'Connor/Ashley Letrich (Loyola)

The Ramblers' duo combined to score 20 goals at the Fenwick Tourney over the weekend, leading to a 3-1 mark at the event for Loyola.

 

 

Top Goalie Performances

Boys - Neal Salemi (Schaumburg)

Recorded 13 saves and 4 steals in the Saxons' 16-6 win over Barrington.

Boys - Kirk Heitmann/Ryan Mann (Sandburg)

The duo combined to stop 14 shots in Sandburg's win over Lockport.

Boys - Shane McDade (Wheeling)

Made 14 saves and held Hersey to only 3 goals in Wheeling's 4-3 win.

Boys - Alex Gestevich (St Ignatius)

Stopped 9 shots to help lift the Wolfpack beat Loyola 12-7.

Girls - Sam Marotta (Lincoln-Way Central)

Recorded 25 saves in three games as LWC claimed the LWE Tourney title with wins over LWE, Richards, and Andrew.

Girls - Kathleen Servatius (Loyola)

Totaled 25 saves and 9 steals at the Fenwick Tournament; her 4.5 goals per game average helped the Ramblers finish in fifth place with a 3-1 record over the weekend.

Girls - Jessica Lundin (Buffalo Grove)

Earned a shutout as Buffalo Grove beat Rolling Meadows 9-0.

Girls - Julie Velcich (Bremen)

Saved 14 shots in Bremen's 13-7 victory over Andrew.

 

 

Biggest Surprises

Boys - The field at the St Patrick Tournament

 

Try to follow this:

  • Evanston beat St Patrick...but lost to Brother Rice and Young.

  • Loyola beat St Patrick...but lost to LWE.

  • LWE beat Brother Rice...but lost to St Patrick and Waubonsie.

  • Brother Rice beat H-F, Evanston, and Waubonsie...but lost to LWE.

  • And St Patrick...lost to Evanston and Loyola...and won the tournament!

Girls - Lincoln-Way Central

The Knights' emerged with three quality wins at the LWE Tournament; they beat LWE, Andrew, and Richards and jumped to #20 in the latest rankings.

 

 

News and Notes

The Saturday-morning ACT Test had an effect on some team performances...a few more schools begin Spring Break this week...after that, every team should be at full strength for the remainder of the season.

 

The IHSA announced the sectional assignments for the 2009 playoffs. Below are the specific assignments:

 

2009 Sectional Assignments

Boys

Girls

 

 

Super Ballers

Men - Dave Perry (Fenwick)

Girls - Sam Marotta (Lincoln-Way Central)

Girls - Kathleen Servatius (Loyola)

Girls - Katie Tynan/Morgan Bonk (Fenwick)

Week 4 Super Ballers Information

 

 

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