Players To Watch
Keep an eye out
for the following 11 players for the rest of the season, as their
performances have been definitely been eye-catching:
Dorn has played a large offensive role for Von Steuben as
they battle for the top spot in the Chicago Public League this season. Recently,
he scored 9 goals in an overtime win over Lane as helped the Panthers achieve a
14-5 record at the midpoint of the season.
Klosowiak compliments the team's leading scorer, Tytus
Kwiatkowski, and has racked up an impressive total of goals and assists to give
the 14-2 Spartans a chance to win the Central Suburban League in 2010.
Mike McPartlin (Prospect)
McPartlin has continuously led the Knights in scoring
as the Knights have moved into second place in the MSL East and improved
to 7-4 on the season.
Sam Sheahan (Latin)
Sheahan, a two-year starter for the Romans, has stopped
multiple penalty shots this year and is the leader of a stingy defense
that doesn't allow a lot of goals and will be tough to beat come playoff
time this season.
Adriana Hoak (Lyons)
The Lions have plenty of weapons on both ends of the pool, so
the fact that Hoak has made a big impact offensively in recent games should make
LT that much harder to stop for opponents as the postseason approaches.
Gena Wendt (Fenwick)
The Fenwick junior provided two key goals in the second half
to help the Friars pull away from New Trier at their own tournament, and her
inclusion in the Fenwick starting lineup could provide a boost to the team as
they attempt to make state for the seventh consecutive year.
Erika Elliott/Yessica Buenrostro (Barrington)
Both Elliott and Buenrostro have provided a boost to the
Fillies' offense, as they recently helped lead the team to a third-place finish
at the Lake County Tournament and won a key game against Schaumburg to get in
the mix in the MSL West..
Maya Holst (Homewood-Flossmoor)
Holst dropped in two key goals in H-F's brilliant comeback
win over New Trier at the Fenwick Tournament, scoring on outside shots late in
the game. If she can continue to give the Vikings' offense a solid scoring
option, they should be tough to bear for the rest of the year.
Rosalie Fidanze (Naperville Central)
Fidanze has quietly become a valuable weapon for the Redhawks,
fitting into a deep lineup that has started the season with a 13-0 record. Even
without a large amount of minutes, she has made the most of her opportunities on
the offensive end.
Sarah Fleming (St Ignatius)
Fleming's development in goal for the Wolfpack is one
of the reasons they have started the season with a perfect record against
Illinois teams. She could play a big role for the St Ignatius' defense
once the state playoffs begin.