Week 2 Ballers
Sekula scored 7 goals in a 16-1 win over Neuqua, led the
Lions with 5 goals in a 12-4 victory over Naperville North, and scored 6 times
in a 10-10 draw with Brother Rice. He has
been a key factor in LT's 6-2 start in the 2010 season.
Menis scored 5 goals to lead the Redhawks past Lyons 14-10,
totaled 5 scores in a 16-8 victory over St Ignatius, scored 4 goals in a 15-5
victory over Stevenson, and put in 4 goals in a narrow 13-12 loss to Oak Park.
Shanahan totaled 35 goals at the Evanston Tournament, leading
the Warriors to a 4-0 record and a tournament title with wins over the hosts,
GBN, GBS, and Bremen. The senior recorded 9 goals and 14 steals in a 16-6 win
over GBN, added 10 goals in a 19-6 win over the hosts, and scored 16 goals in
wins over Bremen and GBS.
Davis put together a string of solid performances in the
second week of the season to help keep the Crusaders remain undefeated. He
scored 4 goals on Monday in a 10-8 win over St Ignatius, had 8 goals in an 18-5
win over Naperville North, scored 3 times in a 10-10 draw with Lyons and
finished the week with a 10-goal performance in the Crusaders' 18-9 victory over
H-F on Saturday.
Farmer scored 13 goals at the Dan Lynch Tournament over the
weekend, scoring 5 goals in the Friars' 18-6 win over St Patrick, adding 5
scores in a 12-6 victory over H-F, and pitching in with 3 goals in a 15-2 win
Kuchan scored 7 goals in Andrew's 19-7 title game victory
over Buffalo Grove at the STC North Tournament.
She also scored 5 more times in wins over Hoffman and STC North to total 12
goals for the weekend.
Almarez recorded 7 goals to help lead the Wolfpack to a 12-9
victory over Mother McAuley on Monday night to keep Ignatius perfect in 2010.
She also had a big impact over the weekend for the top-ranked Wolfpack in wins
over Neuqua, McAuley, and Lockport.
Ongman registered 11 goals in three games on Saturday at the
Naperville Central Tournament, helping her team finish in second place after
earning two wins over Naperville North and York. Her main contribution this
season, however, has been on the defensive end at two-meters, where her efforts
on the defensive end helped H-F limit Evanston to just two goals in a 4-2 win on
O'Connor poured in 7 goals and proved difficult to stop on
the offensive end as she helped Loyola mount a fierce second-half comeback in an
11-4 victory over New Trier.
Dix helped the Knights climb into the Top 25 after scoring 5
goals in Prospect's 9-7 victory over Hersey on Tuesday and contributed 9 goals
in a 15-6 win over Rolling Meadows on Thursday. She has helped the team get off
to a 3-0 start in the 2010 season.