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Week 7 Ballers

 

BOYS

Dave Hir (Lockport)

Hir poured in 20 goals for the Porters over the weekend at the Brother Rice Tournament, helping the earn wins over Hinsdale Central and St Rita. He also tallied 5 scores as the Porters started the week with a 14-8 triumph over Stagg.

 

Eric Curia (Naperville North)

Curia scored 19 times in the Huskies' second-place finish at the GBS Tournament over the weekend. North defeated the hosts, Evanston, and Hersey but dropped a one-goal decision to New Trier in the virtual championship game of the event. Curia also scored 5 times in Monday's win over Palatine.

 

Jacob Himmel (Latin)

Himmel was instrumental in the Romans' third place finish at the Rice Tournament, scoring a team-leading 16 goals in the four-game set. His biggest performance came on Saturday morning against Lockport, as he scored the game-tying goal at the end of regulation and then connected on the shootout-clinching goal in a 14-13 win over the Porters. He also netted 4 goals in a 15-10 win over Sandburg in the third-place game.

 

JJ Connor/Tom Meyer (GBS)

The Titans' duo helped lead the team to a third-place finish at their own event over the weekend. Connor led all scorers with 20 goals, while Meyer saved 44 shots for the hosts.

 

John Baker (Lake Forest)

Baker recorded 17 goals at the GBS Tournament, helping the Scouts post a 3-1 record and claim a fourth-place finish. He scored 8 times in an opening round win over Palatine, then added 8 total scores in wins over Evanston and Libertyville. He also scored 3 times in an early week win over Mundelein.

 

Kevin Patterson/Robert Vechiola (Neuqua Valley)

Patterson and Vechiola teamed up to lead the Wildcats to their own tournament's title on Saturday. Patterson notched 15 scores and Vechiola contributed 12 goals in three wins over Bradley, Maine South, and Metea Valley.

 

Matt Bresnahan/Matt Farmer/Tommy McGuire (Fenwick)

The Friars' trio helped the defending champs win their own event with wins over Mundelein, NC, and Oak Park. Farmer totaled 12 goals, Bresnahan added 8 scores, and McGuire blocked 28 shots in the three victories.

 

Danny Stauder/Robbie O'Connor (Loyola)

Stauder led the Ramblers with 10 goals and O'Connor made 44 total saves at the Brother Rice Tournament, helping LA finish the event in second place, just one goal shy of winning the tournament title. Stauder also scored 4 times in a 12-5 win over Evanston on Monday night.

 

 

 

GIRLS

Amy Kopale/Clare Bryar/Vicky Arciniega (McAuley)

The Mighty Macs' balanced offensive attack was led by the above trio, as they combined to score 25 goals on Friday and Saturday at the Stevenson Tournament. McAuley posted a perfect 4-0 record after earning wins over EGR, Mundelein, Okemos, and Rockford.

 

Brooke Bedford/Emma Bollinger (Neuqua)

Bedford and Bollinger combined to record 15 goals in the Wildcats 2-0-1 performance at their own tournament on Saturday. They helped the Wildcats beat both Bradley and Maine South, while also teaming up to tally 5 scores in a title game draw with Metea Valley.

 

Colleen Barron/Maureen Barron (Fenwick)

Colleen Barron scored 3 times in the Friars' 9-4 victory over top-ranked Naperville Central on Thursday night. Maureen Barron led Fenwick with 3 scores of her own in Saturday's 6-4 victory over Michigan's #2 team (Okemos).

 

Hannah Schultz (Bremen)

Schultz led the Red Jaguars with 9 scores at the Stevenson Tournament, which included the game-winning goal in her team's 6-5 overtime win over Okemos. She totaled 5 goals in the win.

 

Katie Appell (Oak Park)

Appell totaled 9 scores and drew 5 ejections in Wednesday's surprise win over Neuqua Valley. She also scored 9 goals at last weekend's OPRF Tourney and has increased her scoring tally to 76 in her sophomore campaign for the Huskies.

 

Liz Latka (Lockport)

Latka helped the Porters claim a third place finish at the Naperville North Tournament on Saturday, ending the day with 11 goals, 8 steals, and 4 assists.

 

Lizzie Hollopeter (Metea Valley)

Hollopeter led all scorers with 11 goals at Neuqua's Tourney on Saturday, helping the Mustangs finish with a 2-0-1 mark. She totaled 6 goals in wins over Bradley and Maine South and tallied 5 scores in a final game draw with the hosts.

 

Sofi Prorok (Naperville North)

Prorok amassed 10 goals to help lead the Huskies to their own tournament title over the weekend. She scored 5 times in North's 14-7 title game win over Whitney Young and added 5 more scores in early round wins over Lockport and Stagg. She also scored 8 times in an early week wins over HC and Palatine.

 

 

 

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