Andrew Roberge (STC East)
Roberge totaled 8 goals in an early week win over Maine East and also
scored 4 times in Thursday night's loss to STC North.
Brendan Atwood (Maine West)
Atwood connected on the game-winning goal as the buzzer sounded to send
Maine West past Evanston 12-11 on Wednesday night. Atwood totaled 7 scores
in the winning effort for the Warriors.
Christopher Iza (Von Steuben)
Iza registered 3 important goals to help the Panthers edge Jones-Payton
8-7 on Monday as Von Steuben (12-0) stayed perfect in 2016.
Matt Merucci (Loyola)
Merucci totaled 7 goals in wins over DeSmet and St Patrick during Week 3
to help the Ramblers post an 8-2 record thus far in 2016.
Nathan Bawolek (STC North)
Bawolek scored 5 times to lead the North Stars' offense in a 12-7 win over
STC East on Thursday and also led the team with 3 goals in a one-goal loss
to Hinsdale South earlier in the week.
Thomas Fies (Evanston)
Fies racked up 9 goals in an 11-1 win over Maine East and also led the
Wildkits with 5 scores in a one-goal loss to Maine West on Wednesday
Tim Evely (York)
Evely totaled 5 key goals in a pair of conference wins over Hinsdale
Central and Morton during Week 3.
Tommy Hagerty/Richard Poma (Glenbrook South)
Hagerty and Poma combined to score 5 goals in the Titans' 6-3 victory over
Loyola on Wednesday night. The win moved GBS into the Top 5 as they
improved to 9-0 in 2016.
Alex Triko/Kimela Srey (Waubonsie Valley)
Triko and Srey both totaled 4 goals in Monday night's win over H-F while
Srey scored 3 times and Triko tallied 2 scores in the Warriors' overtime
win over Metea Valley on Tuesday.
Cailey Davern/Kimmie Bernhard (LWC)
Davern notched 14 scores and Bernhard totaled 9 goals as the Knights
placed third at the LWE Tournament.
Grace Achepohl (York)
Achepohl recorded 3 goals in the Dukes' 9-5 overtime win over Hinsdale
Central and followed that effort with 3 scores in York's 8-5 triumph over
Waubonsie Valley on Thursday.
Hannah Flynn (Riverside-Brookfield)
Flynn totaled 21 goals, 9 assists and 8 steals during Week 2 as the
Bulldogs went 4-2. This week, she helped R-B post a 2-1 record at the LWE
Tournament, including a fifth-place finish at the event.
Julia Porco (LWN)
Porco helped the Phoenix secure the LWE Tournament title after scoring 10
goals over the three-game event. She also scored two key goals right
before halftime to help North respond to a 7-2 run by the hosts in the
title game, an 18-13 win over LWE.
Nicole McCabe (LWE)
McCabe led the Griffins' offense with 12 goals as her squad finished in
second place at their own tournament over the extended weekend.