Week 2 Ballers
Chris Bowman/Brian Cavanaugh
The Porters' duo combined to score 45 goals at the HC
Tournament over the weekend, leading their squad to a 4-0 record and a
tournament title. Bowman scored 8 times and Cavanaugh added 7 scores in
the title game win over HC.
Dan Newell (Fenwick)
Newell allowed an average of 4 goals per game in wins over three top ten
teams (Curie, H-F, NC) as Fenwick won their own tournament over the
David Sekula (Lyons)
Sekula totaled 16 goals at the Fenwick Tourney, scoring
5 goals in an 11-10 win over Brother Rice, adding 4 goals in a 13-7
triumph over Neuqua, and finishing with 6 scores in a 15-9 victory over
Dylan Clohessy/Tim Briscoe
Clohessy and Briscoe each scored 9 goals in four games
over the weekend to help the Warriors win the Evanston Tournament.
Gryniv racked up 32 goals at the Evanston Tournament on
Friday and Saturday, helping the Titans finish with a 3-1 mark and a
Barth led the Wolfpack with 8 goals in wins over
Naperville North and LWE at the Fenwick Tournament, then added a key goal
late in the eventual third place game against LT that helped seal the
victory for St Ignatius.
Patterson contributed 14 goals to the Wildcats'
scoresheet over the weekend at the Fenwick Tourney, leading the team with
4 goals in a draw with Brother Rice and adding 3 goals in a win over
Kyle Rickert/Pat Stablein (Naperville Central)
Rickert scored 10 goals at the Fenwick Tournament to
lead the Redhawks to a second place finish and a 3-1 record. Stablein
allowed just 4 goals per game in wins over Oak Park, St Ignatius, and
Stevenson and made two straight breakaway saves in the third quarter to
keep the Redhawks ahead by one goal in their win over St Ignatius.
The Crusaders' junior scored 7 goals in a 14-12
overtime win over St Ignatius on Monday night. He also finished the
Fenwick Tournament as the event's leading scorer with 20 goals, which
included a win over Naperville North and two draws with H-F and Neuqua.
Kerth led the Redhawks in scoring (9 goals) at their
own tournament in wins over H-F, Oak Park, and Mundelein.
Jones tallied 10 goals at the NC Tournament to help the
Mustangs claim a third place finish and a 2-1 record.
Nowlin recorded 15 goals at the STC North Tournament to
help lead the Scouts to a third place finish.
Martinus scored 16 goals in three games at the Bremen
Tournament, leading her team to a second straight first- place finish at
The Vikings' defender helped limit H-F's first two
opponents at the NC Tournament to just 4 total goals en route to a second
place finish at the event. She also scored 7 goals and drew several key
ejections over the weekend.
McCarthy scored 9 goals in a three-game set at the STC
North Tournament, including 5 scores in a 14-5 title game win over Conant,
as the T-Bolts went 3-0 and won the event.
Gorski totaled 26 goals at the Bremen Tournament over
the weekend, helping her team claim a third-place finish.