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Players to Watch - Volume VI

 

BOYS

Hayden Wiest/Nick Kamba (Shepard)

Wiest and Kamba combined to score 20 goals as Shepard won their own tournament over the weekend. The squad improved to 13-10 overall and entered the Top 50 for the first time this season.

 

Josh Frost (McHenry)
Frost scored the game-winning goal in the closing seconds of McHenry's 9-8 victory over STC North. He has played a major role for a Warriors' team that recently moved into the Top 30.

 

 

 

GIRLS

Alyssa Schmidts (Barrington)

Schmidts recorded 5 goals over the weekend to help the Fillies claim a second place finish at the York Tournament. She also scored 2 key goals in the team's 8-4 victory over Conant on Wednesday night.

 

Tamsen Cronin (Oak Park)

The Huskies' junior contributed 4 goals, 4 assists and 4 steals as OPRF won the Mundelein Tournament by beating Fremd, LWC and the hosts. Cronin has helped the Huskies enter Week 7 with a 17-1 record in 2016.

 

 

 

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