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Week 5 Ballers

 

BOYS

AJ Durakovic/Lucas Brace (Niles West)

Durakovic and Brace both scored 8 goals to help the Wolves win their own tournament after wins over Fremd, Metea Valley, Maine West and STC East.

 

Andrew Roberge/Ethan Braham (STC East)

Roberge and Braham each registered 11 goals at the Niles West Tournament to help the Saints claim third place at the event. Roberge added 10 goals and Braham scored 7 times in a pair of wins over Hersey and Shepard during Week 5.

 

Brendan Atwood (Maine West)

Atwood totaled 25 goals in a trio of wins over Highland Park, Latin and R-B during the fifth week of the regular season.

 

Cole Jacobs (Naperville North)

Jacobs totaled 14 goals during Week 5 to help the Huskies end the five-game stretch with a 4-0-1 record. He totaled 7 scores in North's 2-0-1 tournament performance and also scored 7 times in wins over Hinsdale Central and Waubonsie Valley during the week.

 

Edin Latic (Schaumburg)

Latic made 52 saves for the Saxons at the Naperville North Tournament and made 18 more in a pair of MSL contests earlier in the week.

 

George Lundgren/Sam Szczepaniak (Lyons)

Szczepaniak registered 11 goals and Lundgren scored 8 times as the Lions won a tournament for the second straight weekend after beating Loyola, St Ignatius and York.

 

Nick Rosenberger (Lyons)

Rosenberger made 35 saves and dished out 6 assists as the Lions won their own tournament with three straight wins over Loyola, St Ignatius and York. His performance comes one week after he won four games and allowed 6 goals per game as Lyons won the York Tournament.

 

Henry Yavitt (New Trier)

Yavitt scored 7 goals to lead the Trevians' offense as they won the Naperville North Tournament on Saturday. He also led the team with 4 scores in an 11-5 win over Evanston earlier in the week.

 

Thomas Fies (Evanston)

Fies recorded 18 goals to help the Wildkits finish with a 3-1 record at the Niles West Tournament.

 

Peter Dales/Richard Poma (Glenbrook South)

Dales scored 9 goals and Poma scored 7 times as GBS earned wins over Conant, HC and LWW to win their own tournament on Saturday. Poma also led the offense with 6 scores in a 16-11 victory over GBN earlier in the week.

 

Robert DePau (Fremd)

DePau totaled 18 goals to help the Vikings finish the Niles West Tournament with a 3-1 record over the weekend. He also scored 6 goals in wins over Elk Grove and Hoffman earlier in the week.

 

Tim Evely (York)

Evely recorded 13 goals during Week 5 to help the Dukes secure two wins at the Lyons Tournament and also scored 4 times as York earned a WSC victory over Oak Park during the week.

 

 

 

 

GIRLS

Abbey Hodges/Natalie Gelberg (Highland Park)

Gelberg scored 10 goals and Hodges allowed just four goals per game as the Lady Giants went 4-0 to win the Deerfield Tournament over the weekend. Gelberg also scored 2 times and Hodges made 10 saves in a 10-6 win over Maine West earlier in the week.

 

Ann Cho/Jenny Fermaintt (Hoffman)

Cho led the Hawks' offense with 11 goals while Fermaintt scored 6 times in a tournament-opening win over Morton before shifting into goal to earn a win (7 save) over GBN.

 

Earlier in the week. Cho and Fermaintt both scored 7 times in a win over Hinsdale South while Fermaintt scored 4 goals and Cho added 2 scores in an 8-6 win over BG.

 

Ellie Connors/Isabella Rojas/Mia Latimer (Barrington)

Latimer and Rojas both scored 16 goals during Week 5 to help the Fillies finish the week with a 6-0 record. Latimer led the way with 10 goals in wins over Prospect, STC North and Schaumburg while Rojas totaled 10 goals as Barrington won their own tournament on Saturday.

 

Connors stopped 42 shots and helped the Fillies win their own event over the weekend; Barrington also finished the week with a 6-0 mark.

 

Emma Jeronimus/Karolina Urban (Fremd)

Urban totaled 15 goals to lead the Vikings' offense while Jeronimus made 79 saves during Week 5 to help Fremd win their own tournament and finish the week with a 6-0 record.

 

Jilly Cronin/Kaitlyn Peterson (Oak Park)

Cronin recorded 10 goals and 16 assists while Peterson made 20 saves and allowed less than 6 goals per game as the Huskies won their own tournament over the weekend. Cronin added 6 goals in wins over Hinsdale South and York during the week while Peterson allowed just 5 goals and dished out 2 assists in an 8-5 win over the Dukes.

 

Katherine Rogers (Deerfield)

Rogers led all scorers at the Deerfield Tournament with 27 goals as the Warriors finished the event with a 3-1 record. She also scored 9 times in a 17-4 win over St Viator earlier in the week.

 

Kelly Klish (GBS)

Klish totaled 13 goals on Saturday as the Titans finished undefeated at their own event after wins over Conant and LWW plus a draw versus Hinsdale Central. She also scored 5 times in an 11-9 overtime win over R-B on Wednesday.

 

Regan Warmoth (Bradley)

Warmoth recorded 9 goals to help lead the Boilers to the Maine East Tournament title on Saturday after wins over Palatine, Prospect and STC East.

 

 

 

 

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