GAME RECAPS (Friday, March 16-Saturday, March 17)
NAPERVILLE CENTRAL TOURNAMENT
Redhawks' Stun Fenwick In
Three Overtimes To Win Title
Abbey Kerth connected on a
backhand in sudden death overtime on Saturday to lift NC to a 5-4 win over
defending champion Fenwick. The game recaps are listed below:
Day 1 -
Fremd 9 Naperville North 3
Sam Matuszewski scored 3 goals
and both Lauren Zambelli and Taylor Spoonholtz scored 2 times as the
Vikings defeated the Huskies 9-3. Breanna Anderson and Sam del Prado also
scored once and Julie Conrath made 11 saves in Fremd's win. Jillian Eiken,
Sofi Prorok, and Taylor Bridgman each tallied one score for North.
Central 8 Homewood-Flossmoor 1
Abbey Kerth and Madison Nervig
both recorded 2 goals and Julia Campbell blocked 17 shots as the hosts
emerged with an 8-1 victory over the Vikings. Rebecca Mathews scored the
lone goal for H-F.
Oak Park 4
Karrie Kozokar scored 8 goals
and Michelle Barron stopped 7 shots as Mundelein defeated Oak Park 11-4.
Mother McAuley 6
Cara Borkovec scored 2 times
and seven other Friars' players recorded single goals to lift Fenwick past
McAuley 9-6 on Friday evening. Clare Bryar scored 3 goals and Adriana
Izquierdo notched 2 scores in the loss for the Mighty Macs.
Central 16 Mundelein 4
Abbey Kerth and Lauren Gunn
each scored 3 goals and Erin Reagan, Madison Nervig, and Jenny Doyle all
added 2 scores in the Redhawks' 16-4 victory over Mundelein. Karrie
Kozokar tallied 2 scores in the loss for the Mustangs.
Day 2 -
McAuley 10 Naperville North 0
Amy Kopale and Clare Bryar
both scored 3 times and goalie Sarah Abbott made 7 saves in McAuley's 10-0
shutout win over Naperville North.
Homewood-Flossmoor 9 Mundelein 5
Rebecca Mathews scored 4 goals
and Anna Shirer made 7 saves as H-F earned a 9-5 win over Mundelein on
Saturday morning. Tess Adamonis also scored 2 times for the Vikings in the
win. Amanda Boothe led a group of five Mundelein players that scored one
Mother McAuley 2
The Vikings broke a 2-2 tie in
the third quarter and held the Mighty Macs scoreless for the entire second
half en route to a 3-2 victory on Saturday morning. Lauren Zambelli, Sam
Matuszewski, and Sam del Prado each tallied one goal and Julie Conrath
blocked 15 shots for the winners. Amy Kopale and Vicky Arciniega each
notched one goal in the loss for McAuley.
Central 14 Oak Park 0
Emily Sejna scored 4 times,
Abbey Kerth fired home 2 scores, and Julia Campbell blocked 6 shots and
earned a shutout as Naperville Central cruised past Oak Park 14-0.
Naperville North 4
Cara Borkovec tallied 5 goals,
Colleen Barron scored 3 times, and Haley Wickham put in 2 scores as the
Friars bounced back from an early 3-2 deficit to defeat Naperville North
12-4. Mackenzie Bonk also made 9 saves in the Friars' win. Jillian Eiken,
Meghan Anderson, Sofi Prorok, and Taylor Bridgman each scored once in the
loss for the Huskies.
Homewood-Flossmoor 11 Oak Park 6
Rebecca Mathews scored 6 goals
and Anna Shirer denied shots as the Vikings trumped Oak Park 11-6. Maddy
Morris and Tess Adamonis each added 2 scores in the H-F win. Hannah
Legatze and Katie Appell both scored 2 times in the loss for the Huskies.
Colleen Barron registered 4
goals and both Cara Borkovec and Haley Wickham tallied 3 scores to lift
Fenwick to a 10-3 victory over Fremd. Mackenzie Bonk also made 13 saves in
the Friars' win. Sam Matuszewski scored 2 goals and Julie Conrath made 11
saves in the Vikings' loss.
Championship Round - Recaps
North 9 Oak Park 1 (7th place)
Sofi Prorok helped ensure that
Naperville North ended the weekend on a high note, scoring 5 goals in the
Huskies' 9-1 victory over Oak Park in the seventh-place game of the NC
Tournament. Rebecca Robinson tallied the only goal of the game for OPRF.
McAuley 9 Mundelein 4 (5th place)
Clare Bryar scored 4 goals,
Kristen Kleist added 3 scores, and Sarah Abbott registered 15 saves in the
Mighty Macs' 9-4 win over Mundelein. The victory helped seal a fifth-place
finish at the NC Tournament for McAuley. Allie Boothe led the Mustangs
with 2 goals in the loss.
Homewood-Flossmoor (OT) (3rd place)
Fremd overcame a 7-6 deficit
entering the fourth quarter to send their game to overtime tied at 8-8 and
then outscored H-F 2-1 in the extra session to secure a third-place finish
at the NC Tourney. In a back-and-forth battle, Fremd took a 4-1 lead after
one period before H-F came roaring back to tie the score at halftime at
4-4. Lauren Zambelli, Sam del Prado, and Sam Matuszewski each scored 2
times and Julie Conrath made 16 saves in the win. Rebecca Mathews scored 4
goals and Tess Adamonis tallied 3 scores in the loss for H-F.
Central 5 Fenwick 4 (3 OT) (1st place)
Abbey Kerth scored 2 goals,
including the game-winner on a backhand shot in sudden death overtime, as
Naperville Central stunned Fenwick 5-4 in triple-overtime to win their own
tournament on Saturday. Julia Campbell stopped 24 shots for the Redhawks,
including a key five-meter block in the fourth quarter. Alexa Ovalle, Cara Borkovec,
Colleen Barron, and Haley Wickham provided the goals for the Friars.