Trevor Prince (Loyola)
The Ramblers' goalie blocked 44 shots in the team's three game run to the
state championship, culminating with a 16 save performance in an 11-10
overtime win over Fenwick. He also made 4 crucial saves in the two extra
periods to help the Ramblers win their first IHSA state title.
Gianmarco Duin/Nolan Roberts (Naperville North)
Roberts scored 9 goals and Duin recorded 7 scores as the Huskies finished
the season in third place after beating the hosts (Stevenson) in the
consolation game. Duin scored 3 times and Roberts scored 2 goals in the
victory over the Patriots, both players netted 2 goals in a semifinal loss
to Fenwick, and Roberts tallied 5 goals and Duin put in 2 goals
quarterfinal round win over Sandburg.
Mitchell Sokolsky (Stevenson)
Sokolsky registered 9 scores at the state tournament as the Patriots
finished the event in fourth place. He scored 3 times in a 12-7
quarterfinal win over Brother Rice, led the team with 4 goals in a
semifinal loss to Loyola, and tallied 3 scores in a consolation game loss
to Naperville North.
Ryan Masi (Fenwick)
Masi totaled 12 goals at the state tournament, leading the Friars with 5
goals in a quarterfinal win over St Ignatius and netting 6 scores in a
semifinal victory over Naperville North. He also added a key goal in the
state finals, but Fenwick eventually lost an 11-10 heartbreaker to Loyola.
Allison Travetto/Melissa Gartenberg (Stevenson)
Travetto recorded 15 goals at the state tournament to help Stevenson hoist
the third place trophy on Saturday. She was nearly unstoppable in
the consolation game, scoring 7 goals in the Patriots' 9-5 win over Mother
McAuley. She also scored 5 times in a 13-2 quarterfinal round win over New
Trier and added 3 goals in a semifinal loss to St Ignatius.
Meanwhile, Gartenberg's overall performance helped spur the Patriots to a
third place finish, as she racked up 10 goals, dished out 11 assists, made
19 steals, and drew 7 ejections throughout the weekend.
Diana Fernandez/Tammy Stelnicki (St Ignatius)
Fernandez recorded 8 goals and Stelnicki totaled 6 scores as the Wolfpack
followed up their first state title with a second-place finish in 2014.
Stelnicki scored 4 goals and Fernandez put in 3 scores in a 15-8 semifinal
win over Stevenson, while the two combined to scored 5 times in a
quarterfinal round victory over LWE. Both players also scored once in the
6-3 loss to Fenwick in the state title game.
Clare Bryar/Fran Williamson (Mother McAuley)
Bryar poured in 14 goals and Williamson racked up 10 scores as the Mighty
Macs finished in fourth place in 2014. Bryar put in 7 goals and Williamson
added 5 scores in a 13-8 win over Palatine. The pair were also
responsible for all 8 of the team's goals in a semifinal loss to Fenwick
and they also combined to score 4 times in a consolation game loss to the
Janie Angelini (Fenwick)
Angelini was a pivotal
player that helped the Friars reclaim the state title in 2014. She scored 8
goals in three games over the weekend, including 2 key goals in the state
title game as Fenwick beat St Ignatius 6-3. She also had 3-goal performances
in wins over Mother McAuley and Naperville North.