THE ILLPOLO REPORT
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
- David Levin (York)
Levin led the Dukes with 3 scores in a 6-3 upset over St Patrick.
- Frank Lukacs (Mundelein)
Lukacs recorded 6 goals in Mundelein's overtime win over DeSmet (MO).
Girls - Lisa Gorski (Richards)
Gorski totaled 6 goals to lead the Bulldogs past Stagg 11-3.
Girls - Yessica Buenrosto (Barrington)
Buenrosto recorded 5 goals to lead the Fillies to a 15-7 victory over
Hoffman Estates on Thursday.
Eric Niemeier (Sandburg)
Scored the game-winner with three seconds left in Sandburg's 12-11 win
over Lincoln-Way North on Tuesday.
Shay Banton (Homewood-Flossmoor)
Banton's goal in sudden-death overtime led H-F to an 8-7 win over LWN.
Girls - Kirby Kaptur (Lyons)
The Lions' defender scored 3 times and helped limit McAuley to just 4
goals in Lyons' 14-4 victory on Tuesday.
Girls - Danijela Jackovich (Lincoln-Way Central)
The Knights' freshman led the team with xx goals this week as they went
6-0; she also helped them claim the LWE tournament title.
Top Goalie Performances
- Corey Jordon (York)
Jordon rejected 14 shots as the Dukes defeated St Patrick 6-3.
- Jake Bodnar (Homewood-Flossmoor)
Stopped 15 shots in the Vikings' 8-7 double overtime win over LWN.
- Shane Krivanec (Stagg)
The Chargers' goalkeeper made 7 saves and 9 steals in a 14-9 win over
Girls - Grace Trilla (Lyons)
Trilla allowed only 4 goals and added 3 assists in a 14-4 victory over
Girls - Jess Berringer (Lincoln-Way North)
Berringer made 12 saves as the Phoenix defeated R-B 11-3 on Friday.
Girls - Jill Jesionowski (Andrew)
Jesionowski stopped 11 shots to help Andrew beat LWE 11-6.
Bradley improved to 6-4 on the season after stunning
The Dukes earned their first big win of the season, surprising St Patrick
6-3 on Monday night.
The Wildcats have put together a six-game winning
streak, including a 14-13 win over Prospect this week that moved them
into second place in the MSL East.
Girls - Lockport
After a rough start (and a rough schedule), the Porters bounced back with
their first two wins of the season (Bradley and Stagg) this week.
News and Notes
has led to a light tournament schedule over the past few weeks, so it's
back to business this coming weekend with the following tournaments: