Luke scored a buzzer-beater for Schaumburg as they
edged Fremd 9-8 to avenge an early season conference loss to the Vikings.
Connor Brown (Fenwick)
Brown totaled 16 goals to help the Friars win the DeSmet Tournament over
the weekend. He was also named to the official All-Tournament Team at the
Jordan Palmer/Konrad VonMoltke (New Trier)
Palmer scored 9 goals and VonMoltke added 7 scores as New Trier won the
first two games of their own tournament over Fremd and Lockport on
Juan Valdez (Stagg)
Veldez totaled 11 goals and 28 steals in five games at the DeSmet
Tournament and was named to the All-Tournament Team for the Chargers.
Cheyenne Montijo/Karen Lowry
Lowry scored 13 goals and Montijo added 11 scores over the weekend as
Stevenson posted a 3-1 record at their own tournament against teams from
Michigan. Lowry also tallied 5 goals and Montijo added 3 scores in a 15-4
win over GBS earlier in the week.
Jackovich recorded 18 goals and 25 steals at the four-game St Viator
Tournament over the weekend, helping LWC to a second-place finish and a
3-1 record at the event.
Eileen Mallof/Melanie Battaglia
Mallof scored 9 goals and Battaglia added 7 scores for St Viator at their
own tournament as the SeaLions claimed a third place finish over the
weekend. Mallof also scored an additional 9 goals in wins over Lake Forest
and Libertyville earlier in the week.
Emma Ryan/Taylor Bridgman
Bridgman scored 8 goals and Ryan recorded 24 saves to lead Naperville
North to the York Tournament title over the weekend. Bridgman also scored
3 times and Ryan made 11 saves in a 10-8 victory over Neuqua Valley on
Jessica Southern/Katie Varga/Lucie Banahan
Southern and Varga combined to score 11 goals to help lift Conant past
Hoffman, Maine West, and Vernon Hills at the VH Tournament over the
weekend. Banahan also made 27 saves and allowed an average of 5 goals per
game to help the Cougars win the tournament title. Earlier in the week,
Southern scored 5 times and Banahan made 17 saves in a 13-7 victory over
Stelnicki scored 4 goals to lead St Ignatius to a 10-5 victory over #1
Fenwick on Monday night.
Michelle Mayer/Rebecca Mathews (H-F)
Mayer and Mathews combined to lead H-F in scoring at the St Ignatius
Tournament over the weekend, an event in which the Vikings posted a 4-0
mark and earned the title. In total, Mathews tallied 14 goals at the
event, while Mayer added 8 scores for H-F. They beat the hosts in the title game and also
earned wins over GBN, New Trier, and Loyola.
Earlier in the week, Mayer scored 4 times and Mathews scored the
game-winning goal in overtime as H-F defeated Lyons 10-8.