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Week 9 Ballers

 

BOYS

Dave Hir (Lockport)

Hir scored 4 goals in a 9-7 upset of Sandburg and followed that with a 10-goal performance in a win over Neuqua Valley. He also tossed in 5 goals in Friday's 12-2 win over LWC.

 

Dan Kelly/Viken Huening (Fenwick)

Kelly and Huening both totaled 7 goals in the Friars' wins over Loyola and St Ignatius en route to another Catholic League title for the eight-time defending champions.

 

Eduardo Chavez/Ramiro Almarez (Curie)

Chavez and Ramirez accounted for 12 of the 22 goals the Condors racked up against Young in the CPS title game. The two were instrumental in Curie's run to another city title; they also beat Morgan Park and Lane earlier in the event.

 

Jason Bartha/Joey Ryan (New Trier)

Bartha and Ryan combined to score 21 goals as New Trier won the CSL Tournament with wins over Glenbrook South, Highland Park, and Niles West.

 

Kyle Plotsky/Mitchell Sokolsky (Stevenson)

The Patriots' duo played a large part in the team's 3-0 mark at their own event; they combined to score 8 goals apiece in wins over LWC, Naperville Central, and Neuqua Valley.

 

Matt Reasons (Naperville Central)

Reasons scored 10 goals at the Stevenson Tourney, helping the Redhawks earn wins over LWC and Neuqua Valley. He also scored 4 times in NC's loss to Stevenson at the start of the event.

 

Mike Mulcrone (Brother Rice)

Mulcrone scored 18 times to lead all scorers at the MCAC Tournament, helping the Crusaders finish in third place in 2012.

 

Tommy McGuire (Fenwick)

The Friars' keeper totaled 34 saves in wins over Loyola, Mt Carmel, and St Ignatius to help the team earn another MCAC title in 2012.

 

 

 

GIRLS

Alexana Astor/Isabelle Baneaux (New Trier)

Astor and Baneaux combined to score 16 goals to lead New Trier to the CSL title. Baneaux also provided 4 goals in a win over Wheeling and both players netted 3 scores in a victory over Naperville North earlier in the week.

 

Alona King/Jamie Pappanastos (Sandburg)

King and Pappanastos helped lead an Eagles' resurgence in the final week of the regular season; Pappanastos scored 9 goals and King allowed 3 goals in a non-conference win over Neuqua, the pair combined to score 5 goals and block 12 shots in an 11-6 victory over LWC, and Pappanastos scored 6 goals and King saved 12 shots to help Sandburg clinch a share of the SWSC Blue title after beating H-F 12-8.

 

Amy Kopale/Clare Bryar/Kristen Kleist (McAuley)

The McAuley trio combined to register 16 goals in wins over Loyola and Resurrection, helping the Mighty Macs grab a third place finish in the Catholic League.

 

Cami Haas/Erin McCook (Stevenson)

Haas scored the game-winning goal in the last minute of the Patriots' 4-3 win over Naperville Central. She also scored 3 times in the victory. McCook nailed a shot at the buzzer from her own end to lift Stevenson past Fremd 7-6. She also led the team with 3 scores on the night.

 

Hannah Caywood (New Trier)

Caywood totaled 44 saves in the Trevians' three-game run to the CSL title over the weekend. She also totaled 17 saves in wins over Naperville North and Wheeling during Week 9.

 

Lisa Michalowski (Stevenson)

Michalowski made 33 saves in wins over LWC, NC, and NV on Saturday to help the Patriots win their own event. She also stopped 19 shots and earned a shutout in a 13-0 win over Waubonsie earlier in the week.

 

Nora Plank (Bremen)

Plank led all scorers at the Metea Valley Tournament with 11 tallies, helping the Red Jaguars win the event with a 2-1 mark and a better goals-against record than both Barrington and the hosts.

 

Nya Wilkins (Young)

WIlkins made 20 saves and held Lane to one goal from the second period through overtime to help the Dolphins win the CPS title 7-5 on Saturday.

 

 

 

 

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