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Week 6 Ballers

 

BOYS

Charlie Dowdle/Robbie O'Connor (Loyola)

Dowdle scored 10 goals and O'Connor made 26 saves as the Ramblers finished the LT Tournament with a second-place honor.

 

Dennis Herron (Naperville Central)

Herron recorded 20 goals to lead the Redhawks' to a second-place finish at their own tournament. Herron helped NC beat Buffalo Gove, GBN, and Hinsdale Central. He also totaled 4 scores in NC's 16-7 win over Neuqua Valley.

 

Eric Curia (Naperville North)

Curia led all scorers with 23 goals at the Naperville Tourney, helping the Huskies finish with a 4-0 mark after beating rivals Naperville Central 17-7 in the event's title game.

 

JJ Connor (Glenbrook South)

Connor totaled 22 goals to help GBS win their consolation group at the Naperville Tournament; the Titans ended up with a 3-1 record at the event. Connor also put in 3 goals in a 10-1 win over Deerfield earlier in the week and amassed 8 scores in a 13-7 victory over rivals GBN on Thursday.

 

Kevin Kuchta (H-F)

Kuchta totaled 13 goals and 29 steals to lead the Vikings to a 4-0 record and a tournament title at St Patrick over the long weekend.

 

Matt Farmer/Viken Huening (Fenwick)

Farmer and Huening shared Co-MVP awards at the DeSmet Tournament over the weekend, and event that the Friars won with a perfect 5-0 record. Farmer (who played on 4 of the 5 games) totaled 16 goals while Huening added 13 scores for the defending Illinois state champions.

 

 

 

GIRLS

Carrie Nacht (Lyons)

Nacht totaled 11 goals over the weekend at the Fenwick Tournament, helping the Lions finish in second place with a 3-1 mark. She also led the team with 5 goals in Monday's 17-9 victory over Homewood-Flossmoor.

 

Cara Borkovec/Colleen Barron (Fenwick)

Borkovec and Barron combined to score 22 goals as Fenwick ended up finishing in fifth place at their own event with a 3-1 record. The Friars beat both Loyola and St Ignatius in the opening round, lost to LT, then shutout H-F 9-0 in the fifth-place game.

 

Clare Bryar (Mother McAuley)

Bryar totaled 12 scores in the Mighty Macs' run to third place at the Fenwick Tournament over the weekend. Bryar gave the Macs a 6-5 lead in the final quarter of a 6-6 draw with SICP, then scored 4 times in an 11-2 win over Evanston on Friday. She added 6 more goals in a win over Stevenson and a loss to Lyons on Saturday.

 

Kate McDuff/Sofi Prorok (Naperville North)

McDuff recorded 25 saves and Prorok recorded 7 scores as the Huskies won the York Tournament with quality wins over Andrew, Barrington, and Bremen. Earlier in the week, Prorok totaled 8 goals in wins over Metea and Neuqua and McDuff allowed just 4 goals per game.

 

Kathryn Noonan (Elk Grove)

Noonan scored 20 goals to help the Greandiers finish with a 3-1 record at their own tournament on Saturday. The hosts beat Deer Park, Maine East, and Meadows.

 

Kirby Kaptur/Lizzy Kosin (Lyons)

The Lions' senior duo each tallied 15 scores at the Fenwick Tournament, which saw Lyons beat Fenwick en route to a second-place finish on Saturday. The two also scored 3 goals apiece in a 17-9 win over H-F on Monday.

 

Kristi Burke (Conant)

Burke led the Cougars with 12 scores at the Vernon Hills Tournament, helping Conant win the event with a 3-0 mark. She also scored 6 times in the team's 13-6 win over Maine West on Friday and tallied 4 scores in a 16-5 win over HEHS earlier in the week.

 

Molly Bruns/Sam Voelker (Libertyville)

Bruns and Voelker combined to score 25 goals as L'ville put together a 4-0 run at the Elk Grove Tournament to move to 10-3 on the season.

 

Rebecca Mathews (H-F)

Mathews was the co-leading scorer at the Fenwick Tourney, notching 18 goals, including the game-tying score in the final minute of the Vikings' 10-9 win over New Trier. She also put in 5 goals in a 14-6 triumph over Andrew early in the week.

 

Sean Birkholz (Metea Valley)

Birkholz made a whopping 26 saves in the title game of the OPRF Tournament to lead Metea Valley past Wheeling 7-6 on Saturday.

 

Tammy Stelnicki (St Ignatius)

Stelnicki led the Wolfpack to a 2-1-1 finish as SICP earned a draw with Mother McAuley and beat both Evanston and New Trier over the weekend.

 

 

 

 

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