Keep an eye out for the following players throughout the rest of the 2013
Ryan Masi (Fenwick)
Masi emerged as a viable offensive weapon for the Friars with 4 goals in a
win over Lindbergh and 2 scores in an overtime loss to SLUH at the DeSmet
Seamus Heneghan (Glenbrook South)
Heneghan has made an impact since early in the season, so it was no
surprise that he played a key role in a 7-6 win over Maine South with 2
goals and led the Titans with 5 goals in Friday night's 9-4 win over
Shamus Shields (Lincoln-Way North)
Shields made 12 saves and allowed just 4 goals in his first career start
at the Varsity-level, helping the Phoenix stun Lockport 7-4 on Tuesday.
Kellie Franke (Elk Grove)
Franke totaled 24 saves in the Grenadiers' wins over BG and Resurrection
and has played a key role as shotstopper for an Elk Grove team off to one
of their best starts in team history. She also recorded 36 saves as the
team went 2-2 at their own tournament on Saturday.
Tammy Saowapak (Northside)
Saowapak's game-winner capped off a 3-goal performance in the Mustangs'
8-7 victory over Whitney Young; she will likely play a vital role as
Northside makes a push for the CPS Tournament title in May.