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 2004 All-State First Team Profiles

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CHRIS PAROLIN (POTY)
Fenwick

Parolin led Fenwick to a state title, totaling 89 goals and 64 assists in the regular season. At state, he scored eight goals in three games, including two key goals in the championship game.

 

GERRIT ADAMS
New Trier
Adams, a hole defender, allowed only 5 goals in the regular season. He also scored 73 times in 20 games. He totaled 10 goals in three games at state, leading the Trevians to a fourth place finish.
 

BRIAN KUCZYNSKI
Brother Rice
Kuczynski led his team to state in 2004 after helping the Crusaders win the title the previous year. He scored two goals at state in a first round loss to Fenwick (10-7). No season statistics were available.
 

STEVE MICHELAU
Stevenson
Michelau led the Patriots to their highest finish in history (2nd). He scored 13 goals at state, including four in the 11-9 title game loss to Fenwick.
No other statistics were provided.
 

DAN EVON
Fenwick
Evon finished 2004 as the top goalie in the state, as he helped the Friars win the state title. He had a 5.05 goals against average in the regular season with 178 saves. He also held all three state opponents to single digits.
 

JOHN WICKES
Latin
Wickes led Latin to a third place finish in 2004, scoring 9 total goals at the state tournament. He scored four goals in the third place game victory over New Trier, and totaled 86 goals in the regular season.
 

JON HAGA
Palatine
Haga led Palatine to state for the second straight year, as he scored 204 goals in the regular season. He had 5 tallies in a first round loss to New Trier, but his fifth goal in that game gave him a career milestone of 500 goals.
 

 

ERIC OLSON
Homewood-Flossmoor
Olson led the Vikings to state in 2004, scoring 101 goals and adding 68 assists in the regular season. In their first round loss to Latin, he scored Flossmoor's first five goals in a close 8-7 loss.
 

DEREK WILSON
Naperville Central

Wilson emerged to lead the Redhawks to state, leading the way in the regular season with 95 goals. He scored three times in an 11-9 first round loss to Stevenson at state.
 

DREW SCHNEIDER
McHenry
Schneider led McHenry to a top 20 finish in 2004. He scored over 150 goals and added 44 assists in the regular season before his team fell short of a state berth.
 
 

FIRST TEAM

Boys

The Top 10 Players in 2004j

Boys

Chris Parolin FENWICK
Gerrit Adams NEW TRIER
Brian Kuczynski RICE
Steve Michelau STEVENSON
Dan Evon FENWICK
John Wickes LATIN
Jon Haga PALATINE
Eric Olson FLOSSMOOR
Derek Wilson NAPER CENTRAL
Drew Schneider MCHENRY
 
  
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     Boys Third Team

     Boys Honorable Mention

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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