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The Turning Point

Vol. IV

 

The following key plays made the biggest difference in the final round of the state tournament on Saturday:

 

BOYS

Fenwick 10 Stevenson 4

White Inspires Fenwick To State Title

With the home crowd charged up after Stevenson tied the state title game with Fenwick at 2-2, White scored a goal early in the second period to start a 5-1 run and give the Friars a 3-2 lead they would never give up. He scored three of the team's five goals during that stretch as the Friars built a 7-3 advantage en route to a 10-4 title-game victory.

 

Fenwick 10 Stevenson 4

O'Brien Makes Life Difficult For Friars

Matt Farmer drew a penalty on Fenwick's first possession of the state title game, but Stevenson goalie Rob O'Brien blocked his penalty shot right before the Patriots took an early 1-0 lead. He also blocked a penalty in the second period and totaled 28 saves in Stevenson's 10-4 loss to the Friars.

 

Naperville North 20 St Ignatius 7

Curia Sets The Tone For Huskies

Eric Curia scored from just inside five meters on Naperville North's first possession to set the tone right away in the Huskies' 20-7 blowout win over St Ignatius.

 

 

 

GIRLS

St Ignatius 12 Lincoln-Way Central 9

Maloney and Juarez Combine To Score Daring Goal

With the Wolfpack clinging to a one-goal lead early in the final period, Maggie Maloney fed Karen Juarez with a pass to the left post immediately following an ejection and she magically flipped a backhand shot through traffic to beat Caroline Foglton and give St Ignatius a 9-7 lead that they would never relinquish.

 

St Ignatius 12 Lincoln-Way Central 9

Jackovich Calls Her Own Shot For Knights

On multiple occasions, Danijela Jackovich called for the ball and then scored when the Knights needed a goal to help Lincoln-Way Central nearly surprise St Ignatius in the state title game. She scored in the final minute of the first half to tie the score at 5-5, then drove to set and scored quickly right after the Knights had gone down 10-7. It wasn't enough as LWC eventually lost 12-9, but she constantly fought off double-teams to give her squad a chance to win until the final whistle.

 

Mother McAuley 11 Mundelein 9

Kleist Dominates Early For Mighty Macs

With Mundelein's defense gaining confidence after keeping Mother McAuley off the scoreboard in the first few minutes, Kristen Kleist turned her defender and scored from close range to give the Mighty Macs a 1-0 lead. She would go on to score four of the team's first five goals in an 11-9 victory over the Mustangs in the third-place game.

 

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