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Week 9 Summary   

By Aaron Brown

 

Players To Watch
Boys - JR Guitart/Matt McClone (New Trier)

Combined to score 6 goals in New Trier's 10-8 win over GBS.

Boys - Alex Rembialkowski (Stevenson)

Led the Patriots with 4 goals in a 12-7 win over Waubonsie Valley.

Girls - Melanie Battaglia (St Viator)

Scored the game-winner in overtime in the Lions' win over Vernon Hills.

Girls - Emily Caise (Bradley)

Scored 3 goals in Bradley's 6-5 win over Stagg.

Girls - Janet Skukas (York)

Poured in 6 goals in the Dukes' 10-8 win over Hinsdale Central.

 

 

Biggest Impact

Boys - Ali Khan (Stevenson)

Scored the game-winning goal in sudden-death overtime as Stevenson edged Neuqua Valley 12-11.

Boys - Craig Borkovec/Chris Wendt (Fenwick)

Combined to score 9 goals and total 8 steals as Fenwick beat Brother Rice 15-8 to win the Catholic League title on Saturday.

Boys - Patrick Weigand/Peter Bruton (Lyons)

Both players scored 3 goals in Lyons' 9-8 overtime win over Oak Park.

Girls - Maddy Urban (New Trier)

Scored 3 goals and the game-winner in an 8-7 win over Mundelein.

Girls - Lizzy Kosin (Lyons)

Scored the game-winning goal in Lyons' 16-14 win over Oak Park.

 

 

 

Top Goalie Performances

Boys - Tyler Kelley (Naperville Central)

Made 11 saves in Central's 16-9 victory over Sandburg.

Boys - Matt Napleton (Fenwick)

Recorded 10 saves in Fenwick's 15-8 win over Brother Rice.

Girls - Shay Bell (Young)

Allowed only 5 goals in 3 games as Young won the CPS title.

Girls - Sophie Schloen (Homewood-Flossmoor)

Saved 14 shots and allowed 2 goals in H-F's 5-2 win over LWE.

Girls - Katie Sharp (Andrew)

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

Girls - Emily Bornhoff (Lyons)

Made 9 saves and allowed 1 goal in LT's 13-1 win over LWC.

 

 

Biggest Surprises

Boys - New Trier

Beat Glenbrook South and Evanston en route to the CSL title over the weekend.

Girls - Homewood-Flossmoor

Shutout LWC and beat LWE during Week 9, giving them a great deal of momentum as they head into sectionals.

 

 

News and Notes

Sectionals get underway on Monday with three play-in games on the girls side, followed by five boys' play-in games on Tuesday. Then the fun begins, with the girls quarterfinals on Wednesday, the boys' quarterfinals on Thursday, sectional semifinals on Friday, and the sectional finals all taking place on Saturday. Good luck!

 

 

Super Ballers

Boys - Bill Farmer (New Trier)

Girls - Gabriela Cabrera (Young)

Week 9 Super Ballers Information

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Fenwick Boys Win State

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