following is a summary of what took place during the eighth 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 - Dylan Clohessy (McHenry)
Clohessy scored 3 goals in the Warriors' 12-9 win over Loyola.
Boys - Mike Mazur (Maine East)
Mazur scored 7 goals as Maine East edged Morgan Park 18-17.
Boys - Steve Swiercz (Lincoln-Way East)
Swiercz scored 3 times to help the Griffins edge LWC 11-10.
Allison Rocha (Lincoln-Way West)
Rocha tallied 3 goals as LWW surprised LWN 6-5 on Thursday.
Girls - Lisa
Totaled 24 goals at the Independent Tournament to lead Richards to a 4-0
record at the event.
Boys - Alex Rembialkowski (Stevenson)
Scored the game-winning goal in the fourth quarter of a 5-4 win over
Palatine on Friday night. He also scored 3 goals in a 10-7 upset win over
Mundelein on Saturday.
Boys - Connor Brown (Fenwick)
Brown's fourth period goal with two minutes remaining helped Fenwick
defeat Naperville Central 8-7 at the Stevenson Tournament on Friday.
Boys - TJ Considine (Loyola)
Considine scored the game-winning goal in the final minute of a 12-11 win
over Curie on Monday.
Sophia Palmer (New Trier)
Palmer scored the game-winning goal in overtime to send the Trevians to a
6-5 win over Mundelein in extra time.
Stephanie Fernandez (St Ignatius)
Scored 5 goals, including an overtime score, as the Wolfpack beat
Stevenson 11-9 in extra time on Monday.
Top Goalie Performances
Boys - Brian Johnston (Prospect)
Johnston recorded the first shutout in team history as Prospect beat Elk
Boys - Dan Francisco (Fenwick)
Made a key save in a shootout to help lift Fenwick past Oak Park 12-11.
Boys - David Anderson (Oak Park)
Stopped 24 shots at the Stevenson Tournament, including the first shot
during a shootout against Fenwick to give the Huskies an early-advantage
in the tournament title game.
Boys - Michael
Made 16 saves and stopped 2
chances from close range as the Saxons held off York 13-12 on Friday.
Girls - Emily
Recorded 12 saves in Mundelein's 8-4 win over Fremd on Monday night.
Boys - Stevenson
The Patriots earned surprise wins over #7 Mundelein and #13 Palatine over
the weekend, making a statement that they should not be taken lightly at
next week's sectional playoffs.
Girls - New Trier
Just one week after falling to Evanston, the Trevians bounced back with
wins over #9 Mundelein and #13 Latin in Week 8.
News and Notes
The final week of the regular season is loaded with
several key matchups, conference tournaments, and other events at the end
of the week as teams get ready to transition into the postseason by the
end of the week.