THE ILLPOLO REPORT
The following is a summary of what took place during the
fourth week of the
season. This is not a complete list and we can only include a few people
in this summary, but the purpose is to recognize a few of the best
performances from each week.
Players To Watch
Dan Shriber (Wheeling)
Patrick McKenna (York)
Chris Dvoracek (Richards)
Fairie Hughes (Whitney Young)
For a complete description, see
Players to Watch:
Biggest Impact Plays
Alex Waldherr (York)
Waldherr converted the game-winning goal late in the fourth quarter of
York's 8-7 win over Lafayette on Saturday.
Jakobi McClellan (H-F)
McClellan made a key block on Dave Hir's close-range shot in the final
minute of H-F's 18-17 victory over Lockport on Thursday night.
Ana Schcolnik (Payton-Jones)
The Grizzlies' goaltender earned her first shutout on Friday night, a 9-0
victory over Washington in a CPS contest.
Top Goalie Performances
Daniel Gonzalez (Northside)
Gonzalez totaled 24 saves, 10 saves, and a goal in victories over Foreman
and Von Steuben during Week 4.
Tricia Paul (Lincoln-Way East)
Paul totaled 28 saves in the Griffins' victories over Andrew and LWW on
Lincoln-Way North On Fire In Week 4
The Phoenix earned consecutive wins over ranked teams,
beating both Andrew and Stagg to move to #19 in the latest poll.
Niles West Shocks Waubonsie Valley
The Wolves earned their biggest win in team history,
beating Waubonsie Valley 6-4 on Friday night to advance to the first place
group of their own tournament.
Lincoln-Way East Bounces Back
After losing to Lockport and Sandburg during the week,
the Griffins turned things around to advance to the title game of their own tourney by
beating Andrew and LWW on Friday.
News and Notes
Spring Break Nearly Completed
Most schools have wrapped up their Spring Break, so the
schedule should continue to pick up steam from now until the end of the
season. Brace yourself!
Jake Roberts (Lincoln-Way North)
Jenna Tasic/Sam Klosak (Lincoln-Way North)
Week 4 Super Ballers