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Week 2 Ballers

 

BOYS

Brendan Chang (GBS)

Chang totaled 25 goals to help the Titans finish in second at the Evanston Tournament with a 4-1 record. He also added 5 goals in South's 15-4 win over HP earlier in the week.

 

Daniel Burns (St Rita)

Burns registered 21 goals for the Mustangs last weekend as the Mustangs finished in third at the Schaumburg Tourney. He also tallied 4 scores in a win over DLS earlier in the week.

 

Kent Emden/Luke Klein-Collins (Naperville Central)

Emden blocked 27 shots, earned a shutout and gave up just 7 goals in 5 games while Klein-Collins led the offense with 10 goals as the Redhawks won the Fenwick Tourney after beating Curie, Lyons, Stevenson and Parkway West.

 

Isaac Marlott (York)

Marlott recorded 10 goals in a pair of wins over Hinsdale Central and Mundelein during Week 2.

 

Jacob Finn-Samuels/Lucas Verrilli (ETHS)

Finn-Samuels and Verrilli were instrumental on both ends of the pool as the Wildkits went 5-0 over the weekend to win their own event for the first time. Evanston outscored their opponents 46-11 in the five victories.

 

Jake Garcia/Shane Stanley (Mundelein)

Stanley made 30 saves at the Mundelein Tournament and allowed just 3 goals and made 12 saves in a key victory over Niles West in the event's third-place game.

 

Josh Carlson/Liam Hall (LWW)

Carlson totaled 14 goals while Hall netted 11 scores as the Warriors finished in second at the Schaumburg Tournament; both players also scored 4 times each in a midweek victory over Bradley during Week 2.

 

Victor Perez (Lyons)

Perez poured in 8 goals in a midweek win over Sandburg and played a key role in the Lions' second-place finish at the 16-team Fenwick Tournament over the weekend.

 

 

 

GIRLS

Abbie Lukas (Mundelein)

Lukas recorded 26 goals, including a 16-goal and 13-steal performance at the NC Tournament during Week 2.

 

Alyssa Bonilla (Elk Grove)

Bonilla totaled 15 goals for the Grenadiers as they placed second at the GBS Tournament and also beat Wheeling and BG during Week 2.

 

Anna Mossakowski/Claire Haas (Stevenson)

Haas registered 16 goals and Mossakowski allowed less than 4 goals per game as the Patriots beat Conant, Loyola and Oak Park during Week 2.

 

Claire Lutz/Madison Burkhalter (Hersey)

Lutz totaled 40 saves and Burkhalter led the offense with 13 scores as the Huskies went 3-0 to win the GBS Tournament and also earned MSL East wins over BG and Meadows during Week 2.

 

Hanna Good/Kaysie Stuba (Lyons)

Stuba scored 18 goals and Good added 8 scores to help the Lions win the Whitney Young Tournament on Saturday. The pair also combined to score 8 times in an 11-5 win over New Trier during Week 2.

 

Isabelle Rocco (Naperville North)

Rocco recorded 15 goals during Week 2 as the Huskies beat LWE 9-5 during the week and earned wins over LWC, Neuqua Valley and New Trier at their own tournament.

 

Lauren Voss (Loyola)

Voss totaled 25 goals during Week 2 to help the Ramblers post a 6-1 mark for the week. She recorded 16 goals to help Loyola win the Jones-Payton Tournament on Saturday and also scored 6 times in a pair of wins over New Trier and St Ignatius.

 

Lexi Coakley (STC North)

Coakley made 36 saves as the North Stars claimed second place at their own tournament over the weekend. She also stopped 12 shots in an 8-3 victory over Waubonsie Valley earlier in the week.

 

Moleigh Waldherr (York)

Waldherr scored the game-winning goal in sudden-death overtime and poured in 6 goals in the Mustangs' 15-14 win over York during Week 2. She also scored 10 times over the weekend to help the squad finish in fourth place at the NC Tournament.

 

Rylee Brower (Naperville Central)

Brower totaled 23 scores at the Redhawks' invitational as the hosts finished in second place at the eight-team event. She also poured in 6 goals in an early-week win over Waubonsie.

 

Tara Maher (Sandburg)

Maher recorded 17 goals to help the Eagles finish 4-1 during Week 2 and helped the squad claim a third-place finish at the Naperville Central Tournament over the weekend.

 

 

 


 

DISCLAIMER: The following is a summary of some of the top individual performances during the most recent week of water polo action. This is not a complete list; the purpose is to recognize several players from across the state whose performances have been reported. Additional players may be added if/when more information becomes available.

 

 

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