Andrew Roberge (STC East)
Roberge led all players with 14 total goals at the Waubonsie Valley
Tournament to help the Saints end the weekend with a 3-1 record at the
Andrew Shashin/Dan Maleski (Stevenson)
Shashin tallied 14 scores and Maleski added 11 goals as the Patriots
finished second at the DeSmet Tournament in Missouri. Both players were
named to the All-Tournament Team by the hosts.
Collin Kapecki/Cristiano Tomasetti (Stevenson)
Kapecki led the Patriots' offense with 15 goals to go along with the 14
goals scored over the weekend by Tomasetti. Both players played pivotal
roles in helping the team go 4-1 at the event.
Dylan Assmann/Robert DePau (Fremd)
Assmann and DePau both totaled 10 goals to help lead the Vikings to the
Waubonsie Valley Tournament title. The duo also combined to score 10 goals
in a pair of MSL contests against Barrington and Palatine during Week 6.
Alex Nicholas (Fremd)
Nicholas also helped the Vikings win the Waubonsie Valley Tournament as he
scored 6 times (including 3 scores in a title game victory). Earlier in
the week, Nicholas poured in 9 goals to lead Fremd past rival Palatine
Hayden Wiest/Mike Graham/Nick Kamba (Shepard)
Wiest and Kamba combined to score 20 goals while Graham blocked more than
50 shots as Shepard went 4-0 to win their own tournament over the weekend.
Kyle Jackson/Nick Walker (NC)
Walker recorded 16 goals and Jackson notched 12 scores as the Redhawks won
the Best of the West Tournament after beating BG, GBS, Hinsdale Central
and Naperville North. Both players also scored 3 times in a 12-3 victory
over STC North earlier in the week.
Mike Ward (Mundelein)
Ward led the Mustangs with 14 goals at the Naperville Tournament as
Mundelein finished the event with a 3-1 record after beating GBN, Hinsdale
Central and LWC. He also scored 3 times in a win over Lake Forest on
Tyler Goehrke (Conant)
Goehrke scored the game-winning goal on Wednesday night against Barrington
and helped secure the victory with a key steal in the final minute of the
win. He also scored 4 times in Monday night's 11-4 win over Schaumburg.
The standout defender also did not allow a goal in both games.
Sam Lilly (STC North)
Lilly netted 13 goals as the North Stars finished in second place at the
Will Macellaio (Jones-Payton)
Macellaio recorded 18 goals to help the Eagles end the weekend with a
second place finish and a 3-1 record at the Shepard Tournament.
Alli Hansen/Emily Westlove/Kaela Codo (NC)
Codo totaled 12 goals, Westlove registered 10 scores and Hansen tallied 8
goals as the Redhawks won the Jenison Tournament after securing four
straight wins in Michigan.
Annie Picchiotti/Kristen Burger (Maine West)
Picchiotti and Burger combined to score 28 goals over the weekend to lead
Maine West to the Vernon Hills Tournament title after wins over Highland
Park, Hoffman, Lake Forest and the hosts. Burger also recorded 5 goals
while Picchiotti put in 3 scores in an 11-3 CSL victory over Maine East.
Becca Schumm/Giselle Figueroa (Evanston)
Schumm and Figueroa accounted for half of the Wildkits' scoring at the
Palatine Tournament as Evanston went 4-0 to win the event. Both players
scored once in a 2-0 shutout victory over Conant in the preliminary round
and both put in one goal in Evanston's 2-1 win over Palatine in the
event's title game. Figueroa also scored the game-winning goal in the
Wildkits' 5-4 victory over LWE on Friday night.
Betsy Zanocco (Meadows)
Zanocco let in just 2 goals in 4 games for the Mustangs as they claimed
the Elk Grove Tournament title. She also made 36 saves during the week
against Hersey, Prospect and St Viator.
Catie Wallace/Eryn Kulik (Fenwick)
Wallace recorded 17 goals and Kulik scored 9 times as the Friars ended the
Stevenson Tournament with a 4-0 record.
Genevieve Curry/Jilly Cronin/Kaitlyn Peterson (OPRF)
Curry led the Huskies' offense with 16 goals, Cronin notched 9 scores and
Peterson made 26 saves and allowed 4 goals per game as Oak Park won the
Mundelein Tournament on Saturday.
Emma Jeronimus (Fremd)
Jeronimus racked up 44 saves in 3 games as the Vikings placed second at
the Mundelein Tournament on Saturday. She also made 19 saves in a 7-2 win
over Barrington and stopped 6 shots in a 4-2 victory over Palatine.
Karolina Urban/Paulina Pappas (Fremd)
Urban and Pappas both scored 6 goals to help lead Fremd to a 2-1 record at
the Mundelein Tournament.
Kristin Anderson/Tess O'Brien (Palatine)
Anderson led the Pirates with 5 goals while O'Brien totaled 39 saves as
both players helped lead the squad to a second place finish at their own
tournament. O'Brien also made 8 saves and scored 2 goals while Anderson
also scored twice in Monday night's 8-1 win over Hoffman.
Paulina Correa (Mother McAuley)
Correa totaled 17 goals for the Mighty Macs as they won three games
against a trio of Michigan's top teams.