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Week 5 Ballers

 

BOYS

Andrew Shashin/Collin Kapecki (Stevenson)

Kapecki scored 12 goals and Shashin netted 10 scores as the Patriots finished in third place at the DeSmet Tourney with a 4-1 record. The duo also combined to score 10 times in a win over Vernon Hills earlier this week.

 

Billy Barth/Shane Hughes (St Ignatius)

Hughes recorded 17 goals and Barth notched 14 scores for the Wolfpack as they finished in second place at the Lyons Tournament with wins over Loyola and Oak Park.

 

Brett Hofer (Andrew)

Hofer totaled 13 goals to lead the T-Bolts scoring attack as they won the Elk Grove Tournament on Saturday. He made his mark in a 14-6 title game win over Maine West with 5 goals and 5 ejections drawn.

 

Connor Schmitz (Conant)

Schmitz led the Cougars with 10 goals as they beat GBS, Hinsdale Central and LWW to claim the Glenbrook South Tournament title with a 3-0 record. He also scored 3 times in wins over Elk Grove and Hoffman during the week.

 

Danny Farmer/Ryan Masi/Will Skowron (Fenwick)

Farmer totaled 19 goals and Masi added 12 scores as the Friars won the DeSmet Tournament with a 5-0 record and both players were named to the All-Tournament Team. Skowron held things down on the defensive end with 40 saves and a 4.0 goals allowed per game average.

 

Joe Tomashek (Naperville North)

Tomashek registered 10 goals to help the Huskies finish in second place at their own tournament on Saturday.

 

Lane Holin/Nick Amendola (Stagg)

Amendola racked up 11 goals and Holin made 26 saves as the Chargers won the Naperville North Tournament after wins over the hosts, Schaumburg and STC North. Amendola also put in 2 goals and Holin made 15 saves in Monday's 15-8 victory over H-F.

 

Mitch Zieler (Sandburg)

Zieler led all scorers with 12 goals at the Naperville North Tournament as the Eagles went 2-1 to finish in third place at the event. He also scored 4 times in a 13-10 win over LWE.

 

 

 

GIRLS

Abby Warren/Grace Donahue/Clare Wieland (LFHS)

The Scouts' trio of Warren, Donahue and Wieland each put in 7 goals to help the squad win the Barrington Tournament with wins over the hosts, Maine West and Libertyville.

 

Allison Travetto/Melissa Gartenberg (Stevenson)

Travetto totaled 21 goals at the Fenwick Tournament and scored the game-winner in the Patriots' 10-9 win over the hosts to win the event. Gartenberg recorded 11 goals and contributed 19 assists to the Stevenson cause as they remained undefeated in 2015.

 

Carmen Rosas/Maddy Demaret (Conant)

Rosas totaled 15 goals while Demaret stopped 36 shots as the Cougars' won the GBS Tournament on Saturday.

 

Caroline Wojtas (Palatine)

Wojtas poured in 15 goals to lead Palatine to a first place finish at the Maine East Tournament over the weekend.

 

Cassidy Degraff (LWN)

Degraff recorded 15 goals and 11 steals as the Phoenix took third place at the Oak Park Tournament on Saturday.

 

Catie Wallace/Kelly Frumkin (Fenwick)

Wallace scored 14 times and Frumkin scored 10 goals as the Friars finished in third place at their own event after beating Lyons and New Trier and earning a draw with St Ignatius.

 

Sarah Dolitsky (Sandburg)

Dolitsky totaled 16 goals for the Eagles as they wrapped up a second place finish at the Oak Park Tournament after wins over Bremen and LWN on Saturday.

 

Stephania Lopez/Jenny Stelnicki (St Ignatius)

Lopez led the Wolfpack offense with 15 goals, including two key scores late in a 6-6 draw with Fenwick on Saturday. Stelnicki allowed just 4 goals per game, earned a shutout and scored the game-winning goal in Ignatius' 10-9 victory over Naperville North.

 

 

 

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