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Week 10 Sectional Ballers



Joe Shannon/Peter Dore (Lyons)

The duo scored all 12 goals in the Lions’ 12-9 win over OPRF in the semifinal round and combined to tally 5 goals in the team’s 11-8 sectional final loss to Fenwick.


Aly Ahmed (Conant)

The Cougars’ goalkeeper allowed just 7 goals in three games to help the team win the Fremd Sectional. His performance included a 13-0 shutout of Schaumburg in the semifinal round.


Cameron Shewchuck (Loyola)

Shewchuck totaled 10 goals in the Ramblers’ run to the sectional finals at the GBN Sectional. He contributed 5 goals in an 18-6 win over Evanston in the semifinals and added 3 goals in the team’s 11-9 title game loss to New Trier.


Jake Elias/John Goetz (Lockport)

Elias led the Porters with 10 goals at the LWN Sectional and Goetz totaled 49 saves as the Porters fell one goal short of a second-straight state tournament appearance, losing to H-F in overtime on Saturday.


Christian Kalfas/Omar El Hoffi (Palatine)

El Hoffi scored 3 goals in the team’s sectional final loss to Stevenson and totaled 10 goals at the Mundelein Tournament in Week 10. Kalfas recorded 9 goals, leading the team with 4 scores in a 13-7 semifinal round win over Lake Forest and adding two fourth quarter goals in the loss to the Patriots.


Brogan O’Doherty/George Koulouris (HC)

O’Doherty and Koulouris each scored 8 goals in the Red Devils’ run to the sectional finals at the Neuqua Valley Sectional. Koulouris also contributed a key goal and an assist late in HC’s 10-9 semifinal round win over Naperville Central.


Kevin Tunney (Sandburg)

The Eagles’ senior registered 13 goals as Sandburg finished as the runner-up at the Stagg Sectional. He led the team with 7 goals in a quarterfinal round win over Shepard, scored 4 times in Friday’s semifinal win over St Rita, and chipped in with 2 goals in the Eagles’ sectional final loss to Brother Rice.


Seth Hughes (Whitney Young)

Hughes racked up 14 goals to help the Dolphins’ nearly upset DeLaSalle in the semifinal round at the UIC Sectional. He also totaled 9 scores in Thursday’s overtime victory over Von Steuben.





Blair Hopwood (Lyons)

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.


Tori Boldt (Fremd)

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.


Alexana 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.


Cheyenne 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.


Allison 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.


Kim 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.


Katie 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.


Carmen Savolainen (Lane)

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.





















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