Hopwood scored 11 goals at the
Fenwick Sectional, leading the Lions with 6 goals in a quarterfinal round
win over R-B and netting 5 goals in
Friday night’s 7-5 comeback win over York.
Boldt scored 11 goals to help
the Vikings survive until the sectional finals, where they dropped a 12-10
decision to Barrington. She scored 4 times in Wednesday’s 13-4 victory
over St Viator, netted 3 goals in an 8-3 semifinal win over Hersey, and
led the Vikings with 4 scores in the title game loss to the Fillies.
Astor (New Trier)
Astor poured in 16 goals for
the Trevians as they nearly qualified for state for the second straight
year. She scored 7 goals in each of New Trier’s wins over HP and GBN and
added 2 goals in a sectional final loss to Loyola.
DeGraff/Niki Beringer (LWN)
The North duo combined to
score 16 goals at their own sectional, falling just short of their first
state tournament appearance after losing to LWC in the final round. They
scored 5 of the team’s 7 goals in a 9-7 loss to the Knights, totaled 3
scores in Friday’s 7-5 victory over Lockport, and 6 times in a
quarterfinal round win over LWW.
Travetto/Brittany & Melissa Gartenberg (SHS)
Travetto led the Patriots with
2 goals in the 6-5 sectional final loss to Mundelein and totaled 7 goals
in the sectional playoffs. Brittany Gartenberg scored 8 times and Melissa
Gartenberg totaled 7 goals at the event, as each chipped in with one score
in the title game.
Lechowicz (Naperville North)
Lechowicz recorded 2 key goals
in the first half to help the Huskies stay in their sectional final game
with Naperville Central, which they eventually lost 10-6. She totaled 3
goals in the title game and also netted 2 scores in North’s 8-5 semifinal
round victory over Neuqua Valley.
Randich/Lauren Olson/Sarah Dolitsky (Sandburg)
Olson totaled 7 goals and
Randich and Dolitsky each scored 6 times as the Eagles finished as the
runner-up to Mother McAuley at the Stagg Sectional during Week 10. Olson
led the team in scoring in wins over Argo and Bremen, while Randich and
Dolitsky each scored 2 times in the team’s 12-6 sectional final loss to
the Mighty Macs.
Savolainen registered 12 goals
for the Indians, who finished in second place at the UIC Sectional. She
led the team in scoring in all three games, which included wins over
Northside and Westinghouse and a title-game loss to St Ignatius.