New Trier 12 Fenwick 11
Q1: Danilo Scekic registered the
game's opening goal after an ejection and Mason McQuet padded the
lead with a goal on the Trevians' next trip down the pool as New
Trier leads Fenwick 2-0 after the first three minutes of the period.
Kyle Poland got the Friars on the board with :13 left in the frame
and the teams head to their respective benches with New Trier ahead
Q2: Luis Murphy and Matt Hoban
each scored early goals in the second period to give the Friars a
3-2 lead. Payton Comstock added another score for the Friars who
have put together a 4-0 run. Sam Yavitt answers back for the
Trevians to cut the lead to 4-3. Ivan Soto restored the Friars'
two-goal lead after an ejection. Scekic added his second goal in
response to trim the lead to 5-4. Scekic added his third goal after
an ejection with a shot from the right side, but Ivan Soto's lob
with seven seconds left until the half gave the Friars a 6-5 lead.
Q3: Scekic. Groll. Sam Yavitt.
Game tied at 7-7 at the 4:20 mark. The Trevians added two straight
goals but Fenwick drew an ejection and called timeout with 1:43 left
in the period. Scekic scored his sixth after a stop on the other end
and New Trier leads 10-7.
Q4: Comstock converted a
penalty. McQuet goal. Hendzel and Hoban scored back-to-back goals to
cut the lead to 11-10. New Trier drew an ejection and called timeout
but could not convert and Fenwick takes a timeout with 1:44 left.
Payton Comstock tied the game in the final minute but Remy
Musikantow scored with :27 left and New Trier took a 12-11 lead.
New Trier: Danilo Scekic (6),
Sam Yavitt (2), Mason McQuet (2), Remy Musikantow
Fenwick: Payton Comstock (3),
Ivan Soto (2), Matt Hoban (2), Kyle Poland, Luis Murphy, Noah Groll,
Stevenson 13 Naperville
Q1: Andrew Shashin started the
scoring for the Patriots but Central goalie Kent Emden even the game
up with a goal of his own by the middle of the period. Shashin added
his second goal, Bender Russo tied the game, and Justin Ginsberg
scored a late goal to give Stevenson a 3-2 lead after the first
Q2: Luke Klein-Collins tied the
score at 3-3 after an ejection. Shashin scored two straight goals to
give the Patriots a 5-3 halftime lead.
Q3: Nolan Vaughn scored after an
ejection to cut Stevenson's lead to 5-4 midway through the period.
Eric Osuch added a goal for the Patriots and Collin Kapecki scored
after an ejection in the final minute to put the hosts ahead 7-4 at
the end of the period.
Q4: Brad Sanford scored early in
the period for the Redhawks but Dan Maleski answered with a goal
after an ejection as Stevenson leads 8-5. Cam Dougherty found the
back of the net for the first time to cut the lead to 8-6. Eric
Osuch added a goal at the 3:45 mark and the Patriots called a
timeout with a 9-6 lead. Osuch and Maleski added goals to make the
score 11-6, but Nolan Vaughn converted a penalty shot to trim the
lead to 11-7. Justin Ginsberg notched his second goal of the contest
to increase the lead to 12-7 with the final minute approaching. Ben
Lauter sealed the win with a lob shot in the final minute as the
Patriots win 13-7.
SHS: Andrew Shashin (5), Eric
Osuch (2), Dan Maleski (2), Justin Ginsberg (2), Ben Lauter, C.
NC: Nolan Vaughn (2), Bender
Russo, Brad Sanford, Cam Dougherty, Luke Klein-Collins, Kent Emden
Naperville Central 8 Fenwick
Dominic May recorded 3 goals and
both Luke Klein-Collins and Matt Reagan scored 2 times as Naperville
Central defeated Fenwick 8-5 in the third-place game of the IHSA
State Tournament. Cam Dougherty added one goal and Kent Emden
blocked 9 shots in the victory. Payton Comstock registered 2 goals
and the trio of Conor Hendzel, Kyle Poland and Matt Hoban each
scored once in the loss. David Francisco also made 7 saves for the
Stevenson 10 New Trier 9 (2
Justin Ginsberg scored the
game-winning goal in sudden death overtime as Stevenson outlasted
New Trier 10-9 to win their first-ever IHSA state tournament.
Ginsberg scored 4 goals, Dan Maleski and Rahul Arun each scored 2
goals and Charlie Day made 11 saves in the victory. Andrew Shashin
and Collin Kapecki also scored one goal apiece for the winners.
Henry Yavitt and Mason McQuet each recorded 3 goals, Danilo Scekic
netted 2 scores and Cole Maizel stopped 13 shots for the Trevians.