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The Turning Point

Vol. II

 

The following key plays made the biggest difference for the winning teams in Friday's quarterfinal round:

 

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Naperville North 10 New Trier 9

Nyland and Curia spark Huskies' Comeback

Naperville North trailed New Trier 7-5 after halftime, but they began a 5-0 second half run when Adam Nyland walked the ball in from the nine-meter mark and lofted a pass into Eric Curia on the right post; the Huskies' senior responded with a nifty goal to cut the Trevians' lead to one and sparked a rally that saw Naperville North build a 10-7 lead with less than two minutes to go in their eventual 10-9 victory.

 

Fenwick 13 Homewood-Flossmoor 6

Farmers Combine To Put Away Vikings

Fenwick took an early 2-0 lead over H-F and emphasized their superiority when Matt Farmer made a perimeter steal to start the Friars on a 3-on-2 breakaway. After swimming the length of the pool, he dished a pass to brother Danny, who beat Jakobi McClellan to the left corner to give Fenwick a 3-0 lead en route to a 13-6 victory on Friday.

 

Stevenson 9 Conant 6

O'Brien Denies Burke, Conant

Just after Stevenson had taken a 7-6 lead over the Cougars midway through the third period, Conant's Jon Burke made a perimeter steal and had a breakaway chance to tie the game. Stevenson goalie Rob O'Brien used his left arm to block Burke's low shot, the Patriots got to the loose ball, and Conant never scored again as the Patriots won 9-6.

 

St Ignatius 9 Brother Rice 6

Reyes Sparks Wolfpack Turnaround

With St Ignatius trailing Brother Rice 4-3 a few minutes into the third quarter, Reyes outmaneuvered his defender and quickly pushed a loose ball out to Billy Barth, who then assisted Shane Hughes on a goal from seven meters out to tie the game at 4-4. Reyes would go on to total 3 goals and an assist in the next few minutes as the Wolfpack turned a two-goal deficit into a three-goal lead late in the game as they eventually beat the Crusaders 9-6.

 

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