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FENWICK TOURNAMENT

5:00pm Fenwick vs Oak Park
5:45pm H-F vs Lyons
6:30pm LWE vs NN
7:15pm Stevenson vs St Ignatius

8:00pm Curie vs NC

 

KEEP AN EYE ON

6:00pm Mundelein at York

 

OTHER KEY GAMES

6:00pm Lockport at STC North

6:00pm Metea Valley at Andrew

 


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MATCH OF THE DAY

5:45pm Stevenson at Conant

 

KEEP AN EYE ON

6:00pm York at Mundelein

 

OTHER KEY GAMES

5:00pm LWE at Bremen
5:00pm Richards at Bradley
6:00pm Andrew at Metea
6:00pm Northside at Schaumburg

 


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FENWICK TOURNAMENT

Fenwick 11 Oak Park 6

Payton Comstock totaled 5 goals as the Friars started the Dan Lynch Tournament with an 11-6 victory over OPRF. Dan Franklin scored 2 times and Braydon Graves totaled 8 saves and 4 steals in the loss for the Huskies.

 

Lyons 13 Homewood-Flossmoor 2

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Naperville North 7 Lincoln-Way East 5

Riley Thompson scored 4 goals and Jack Tarantino netted 2 scores in the Huskies' 7-5 victory over LWE.

 

Stevenson 12 St Ignatius 5

Justin Ginsberg totaled 5 goals and 4 steals and Charlie Day made 9 saves as the Patriots earned an 12-5 victory over St Ignatius. Collin Kapecki and Dima Kobets both added 2 goals in the winning effort.

 

Naperville Central 16 Curie 1

Luke Klein-Collins registered 5 scores, Christian Fleming scored 3 goals and the trio of Bender Russo, Cam Dougherty and Lucas Nervig each scored 2 times in the Redhawks' 16-1 win over Curie. Kent Emden made 4 saves and allowed just one goal in the winning effort.

 

Lincoln-Way East 11 Homewood-Flossmoor 5

Noah Schor registered 4 goals as the Griffins ended the night with an 11-5 victory over H-F.

 

OTHER KEY GAMES

DLS 13 Morton 5

Rodrigo Gonzalez and Zack Fisher both scored 6 goals in the Meteors' 13-5 victory over Morton. Jacob Macias also added a tally for the winners.

 

Lockport 11 STC North 4

Jake Sweis and Tyler Thompson both scored 4 goals while Connor Hecker and Tony Gerritsen combined to make 8 saves in the Porters' 11-4 triumph over STC North. Charlie Williams scored 2 goals and Lukas Kuizenga made 9 saves in the losing effort.

 

York 12 Mundelein 7

Isaac Marlott tallied 5 scores to lead the Dukes past Mundelein 12-7 on Thursday night.

 


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Stevenson 20 Conant 9

Claire Haas scored 7 goals, Kalista Tapas registered 6 scores and Eleanor Michaud scored 3 times as the Patriots knocked off Conant 20-9. Olivia Olszewski scored 4 goals, Nia Tsoulos scored 3 times and Lauren Day made 11 saves in the losing effort.

 

OTHER KEY GAMES

Bradley 11 Richards 9

Megan Schroeder scored 4 goals and Lexi Fischer made 6 steals in the Boilers' 11-9 win over Richards.

 

Glenbrook North 17 Maine South 8

Sophie Dimoff registered 5 goals and both Anne Rosdahl and Alexandra Gehrs scored 4 times as North defeated Maine South 17-8.

 

Glenbrook South 19 Deerfield 8

Toni Zheleva recorded 5 goals to help lead South past Deerfield 19-8. Jessica Barr tallied 4 scores in the loss for the Warriors.

 

Lincoln-Way West 13 Hinsdale South 4

Delaney Janosek recorded 5 goals and Cailey Janosek added 2 scores in the Warriors' 13-4 victory over Hinsdale South.

 

Meadows 11 Maine East 10

Maggie Goodwin scored 7 goals and Leah Glazer made 12 saves in the Mustangs' 11-10 win over Maine East. Chrisavgi Kotsifas notched 5 scores in the loss for the Blue Demons.

 

Northside 9 Schaumburg 5

Kimberly Acosta scored 6 goals and Joanne Phan netted 3 scores as the Mustangs beat Schaumburg 9-5. Stefania Betti made 8 saves as well for the winners.

 

Palatine 8 Maine West 7

Maggie O'Brien recorded 3 goals, Harper Appel netted 2 scores and Claire Davis stopped 8 shots as the Pirates defeated Maine West 8-7. Nina Martin scored 3 goals in the loss for the Warriors.

 

York 15 Mundelein 14 (2 OT)

Moleigh Waldherr scored the game-winner in sudden-death overtime as York outlasted Mundelein 15-14 on Thursday night. Waldherr scored 6 goals, Maddie Sitzpatrick scored 4 times and Marissa Logan put in 3 goals for the winners. Emma Radcliff blocked 13 shots while both Artemis Siavelis and Sydney Hutchinson scored once in the win. Abbie Lukas recorded 10 goals in the loss for the Mustangs.

 


 

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