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BOYS

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QUARTERFINAL #1

LWE 8 New Trier 7 (OT)

Q1: Eli Cohen, Matt Ghiselli & Nick DiPatri each scored once in the opening period as New Trier leads LWE 3-2 after Q1. Adam Hudson and Bryce Wyma each scored once for the Griffins.

 

Q2: Patrick Rossetto scored the lone goal of the period after an ejection and a timeout in the final minute of the half and the teams head to halftime tied at 3-3.

 

Q3: Ghiselli gave the Trevians a 4-3 lead early in the period, but Rossetto, Wyma and Hudson scored consecutive goals to give the Griffins a 6-4 advantage heading into the fourth quarter.

 

Q4: LWE took a 6-4 lead over New Trier into the fourth quarter. Matt Ghiselli cut the lead to 6-5 early in the period and that's where things stand with three minutes left. The Griffins' held the Trevians at bay into the final minute. New Trier gets the ball with 0:20 left and calls timeout trailing by a goal. Nick DiPatri scored from set with :07 left in regulation to tie the score at 6-6 as New Trier & LWE will head to overtime with a state semifinal spot on the line!

 

OT: Hudson strikes first for East at the 2:02 mark of the first overtime period. Neither team can convert for the rest of the first overtime but the Griffins drew an ejection that will carry over into the second overtime period. The Griffins won the swim-off, called timeout, and Noah Schor scored from the left post at 2m to increase the lead to 8-6. Will Clark converts a penalty shot on the other end for New Trier to cut the lead to 8-7. Adam Hudson and Noah Schor gave LWE an 8-6 lead over New Trier. Will Clark converted a penalty shot to trim the lead to 8-7, but the Griffins' defense held the Trevians the rest of the way to emerge with an 8-7 victory and a spot in Saturday's semifinal round.

 

 

QUARTERFINAL #2

Lyons 11 St Ignatius 5

Q1: Victor Perez scored 3 goals and Bobby Bolan scored once as the Lions have built a 4-2 lead over St Ignatius at the end of the first period. Luke Hunneke and Luke Siwik each scored once in the frame for the Wolfpack.

 

Q2: Perez scored early in the period for LT, but Siwik scored midway through the period to trim the lead to 5-3. Bolan added his second goal of the contest with one minute left until halftime.

 

Q3: Hunneke trimmed the Lions lead to 6-4 with an early goal, but Perez responded with three straight goals to increase LT's lead to 9-4 by the end of the period.

 

Q4: Moises Lopez opened the fourth quarter scoring for SICP as the LT lead is cut to 9-5. Bolan and Perez each added goals to boost the lead to 11-5 and the Lions advance to Saturday's semifinal round to take on LWE.

 

 

QUARTERFINAL #3

Naperville Central 6 Stevenson 5

Q1: Sean Stablein and Mark Laboe each scored once as the Redhawks took a 2-0 lead early in the opening period. After a timeout, Drew Wangard and Dima Kobets scored consecutive goals to even things up at 2-2. Cam Daugherty scored with :33 left in the period to give the Redhawks a 3-2 edge.

 

Q2: Luke Klein-Collins converted a penalty shot midway through the period and Central leads 4-2 at halftime.

 

Q3: Alex Mitchell blocked a penalty shot and made four key saves to keep the Central lead at 4-2 after three quarters.

 

Q4: Beno Maya drew an ejection and scored quickly from 2m to cut the lead to 4-3. Stevenson draws another ejection but cannot convert and Daugherty scores on the other end to make the score 5-3. Kobets answers quickly for the hosts after an ejection and the lead is back to one (5-4) with 3:02 left to play. Stevenson ties it up at 5-5 with 1:13 left! Mark Holzer from 2m! Turnovers for both sides before Central calls timeout with 0:25 left to setup a play. Luke Klein-Collins delivers from 5m with :03 left and Central leads Stevenson 6-5. One final play for the Patriots...lob shot is off the mark and the Redhawks advance to the semifinal round.

 

 

QUARTERFINAL #4

Fenwick 17 Conant 13

Payton Comstock recorded 6 goals and Nate Fisher scored 4 times as the Friars outlasted Conant 17-13 to advance to the sectional semifinals. Alex Figus and Dan Lynch both added 2 scores while Dan Bajda, Ramses Flores and Wil Gurski each tallied one score in the win. Alex Hirjoi registered 5 scores, Noah Lawson scored 4 times and Spencer Urban notched 3 scores in the loss for the Cougars.

 


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SEMIFINAL #1

Lyons 12 LWE 11

 

 

SEMIFINAL #2

Naperville Central 10 Fenwick 6

 

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STATE CHAMPIONSHIP

Naperville Central 8 Lyons 5

 


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SEMIFINAL #1

Stevenson 13 Mother McAuley 7

Q1: Brigid Barkmeier opened the scoring for McAuley early in the contest. Kalista Tapas and Lauren Maloney have scored two goals each as Stevenson leads McAuley 4-1 late in Q1.

 

Q2: The Patriots extend their lead to 6-1 early in Q2 as Tapas adds her third goal of the contest. She scores again on Stevenson's next trip down to make the score 7-1. Chloe Ryan ends the Patriots' 7-0 run, assisted by Maddie Schultz, to cut the lead to 7-2 midway through the period. The Patriots added two more goals before the break, concluding with Eleanor Michaud's breakaway goal with two seconds left until halftime.

 

Q3: Hannah Engquist scored two goals early in the period for the Mighty Macs, but the Patriots have extended their lead to 12-5 late in the period.

 

Q4: Gladys Contreras starts the scoring for the Mighty Macs, trimming the Stevenson lead to 12-6. Tapas added a late goal to increase the lead to 13-6. Kate Fischer netted another goal for the Mighty Macs in the final minute. Stevenson advances to the state title game with a 13-7 victory over Mother McAuley!

 

 

SEMIFINAL #2

Naperville North 11 New Trier 6

Q1: Amelia Zientara opened the scoring for the Trevians, but Taylor Wessel scored twice and Anna Tarantino added a goal in the first period to give the Huskies a 3-1 lead.

 

Q2: The Huskies scored an early goal, but Taylor Jones responded for New Trier to slice the lead to 4-2. Wessel and Tarantino each added goals later in the period to extend the Huskies' lead to 6-2.

 

Q3: The Huskies have tacked on three straight goals in the third period to increase their lead to 9-2. Jones added her second goal of the contest to trim the lead to 9-3. Jackie Andrews also added a goal for the Trevians in the final minute, but Sarah Crossett responded with a quick goal on the other end as the teams head to the final period with North leading 10-4.

 

Q4: Leah Caywood strikes first for the Trevians midway through the fourth quarter to make the score 10-5. The teams traded goals down the stretch before Naperville North sealed an 11-6 win and a spot in the state title game.

 

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STATE CHAMPIONSHIP

Stevenson 10 Naperville North 6

 


 

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