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Week #3: Tuesday Updates         

By Aaron Brown

March 20, 2012

 

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GAME RECAPS (Tuesday, March 20)
 

BOYS

Fremd 15 Hoffman 5

Danny Knudsen tallied 4 scores, John French scored 3 times, and Andre Degla added 2 goals as Fremd earned a 15-5 decision over Hoffman in an MSL West fixture. Adam Tepperman and Sang Han each put in 2 scores for the Hawks in the losing effort.

 

Hersey 13 Prospect 9

George Vladimirov registered 7 goals in the opening half as Hersey fended off Prospect 13-9.

 

Loyola 10 Glenbrook South 3

Charlie Dowdle scored 4 times and both Danny Stauder and Jordan Hodur chipped in with 2 goals apiece to help the Ramblers defeat GBS 10-3. Robbie O'Connor also blocked 15 shots in Loyola's win. JJ Connor scored 2 goals and Tom Meyer made 15 saves and scored once in the loss for the Titans.

 

Naperville Central 16 Waubonsie Valley 11

Matt Reasons notched 7 scores and Dennis Herron scored 5 times as the Redhawks pulled away from WV to earn a 16-11 win on Tuesday. Mike McWhirter registered 6 goals and Joe Poletto added 5 goals in the loss for the Warriors.

 

Naperville North 13 Lockport 10

The Huskies improved to 10-1 with their second straight win of the week, a 13-10 triumph over Lockport. Dan Oldendorf recorded 5 scores in the loss for the Porters, who lost for the first time this season.

 

Payton 12 Simeon 2

Mason Randall scored 5 times as Payton earned a 12-2 victory over Simeon in a CPS contest.

 

Sandburg 13 St Rita 3

Kevin Tunney recorded 4 goals to lead the Eagles to a 13-3 win over St Rita in nonconference action.

 

STC North 15 Hinsdale South 7

Joey Chokran poured in 7 goals, Justin Simmonds tallied 4 scores, and Eli Broxham made 11 saves to lead the North Stars to a 15-7 triumph over Hinsdale South.

 

Wheeling 7 Buffalo Grove 6

Austin Ihde scored 4 goals and Cory Perlman, Dan Schriber, and Lucasz Szczepaniec each scored once as Wheeling held off Buffalo Grove 7-6 to take sole possession of the MSL East division. Ian Rodriguez scored 2 times in the loss for BG.

 

GIRLS

Barrington 11 Schaumburg 3

Kate Luedtke and Sam Gavars both scored 3 goals while Grace Beunrostro and Lisa Danhauer recorded 2 scores in the Fillies' 11-3 victory over Schaumburg. Brooke Fanslow made 8 saves in the Barrington win. Jessica Sumsky blocked 14 shots in the loss for the Saxons.

 

Bremen 12 Andrew 3

Emma Martinus and Hannah Schultz each scored 5 goals to help Bremen get past Andrew 12-3. Laura Freeman, Abby Wrobel, and Megan Hofer each tallied one score and Jordan Bartolini made 15 saves in the loss for the T-Bolts.

 

Conant 10 Palatine 7

Jessica Southern and Kristi Burke each registered 4 goals and Andie Cobb added the other 2 scores as the Cougars down the Pirates 10-7 in an MSL West battle. Jessica Davis also made 19 saves in the win for Conant. Nicole Theis led Palatine with 5 goals in the losing cause.

 

Elk Grove 15 Meadows 6

Alexa Zajac scored 4 goals and Kathryn Noonan added 3 goals in Elk Grove's 15-6 win over Meadows. Jessica Dykstra notched 4 scores for the Mustangs in the loss.

 

Fenwick 9 Stevenson 2

Cara Borkovec scored 3 goals and both Colleen Barron and Paige Kohut added 2 scores as the Friars pulled away from the host Patriots to earn a 9-2 win. Mackenzie Bonk also made 14 saves in the victory for Fenwick. Erin McCook and Rachel Lauter each scored once and Lisa Michalowski stopped 12 shots in the Stevenson loss.

 

Fremd 12 Hoffman 3

Mandy Borre tallied 3 scores and the trio of Erika Wickstrom, KC Hutmacher, and Tori Bolt each scored 2 times as Fremd emerged with a 12-3 win over Hoffman. Julie Conrath made 16 saves in the Vikings' win. Sharon Sturnfield led the Hawks with 2 scores in the losing effort.

 

Lincoln-Way West 12 STC East 4

Allison Rocha, Gena Tanquliut, and Michelle Fairbairn each scored 2 goals and Becca Beeson denied 14 shots in the Warriors' 12-4 win over STC East.

 

Maine East 5 Evanston 4 (OT)

Medina Husejnovic scored the game-tying goal with two seconds left in regulation and also converted the game-winner with seven seconds left in overtime to lift the Blue Demons to a 5-4 victory over Evanston. The sophomore also totaled 3 goals and 8 steals, while goalie Isabelle Trier made 17 saves in the win.

 

Marian 13 Resurrection 8

Paige Weiser registered 6 goals and Sophie Sesto added 3 scores in Marian's 13-8 win over Resurrection. Maggie Blume scored 4 times and Nikki Olszewski put in 2 goals in the loss for the Bandits.

 

Naperville Central 14 Waubonsie Valley 1

Abbey Kerth and Madison Nervig each scored 3 goals and both Jenny Doyle and Kristina Altuve put in 2 scores in the Redhawks' 14-1 win over Waubonsie. Julia Campbell made 8 saves in the Central victory. Lauren Stercay scored the lone goal for the Warriors in the closing minutes of regulation.

 

New Trier 9 Mundelein 7

Alexana Astor scored 3 times, Erika Nothnagel added 2 scores, and Isabelle Baneaux chipped in with 2 goals in New Trier's 9-7 win over Mundelein. Karrie Kozokar tallied 3 goals in the loss for the Mustangs.

 

Vernon Hills 18 Deer Park 7

Sabina Counselbaum made 8 saves, Dana Andrea notched 4 assists, and Kimberly Kim totaled 5 steals as Vernon Hills defeated Deer Park 18-7.

 

Wheeling 8 Buffalo Grove 5

Leah Malsom scored 4 goals and Heather Murphy added 2 scores as the Wildcats grabbed the top spot in the MSL East with an 8-5 win over Buffalo Grove. Sara Fasching scored 3 goals in the loss for the Bison.


 

GAME PREVIEWS (Tuesday, March 20)
 

BOYS

MATCH OF THE DAY

Loyola at Glenbrook South

Two of the perennial favorites in the Glenbrook Sectional meet for the first time in 2012 with plenty to prove; the Ramblers (8-1) are off to an impressive start while the Titans (7-0-1) are still unbeaten after winning their own tournament last weekend.

 

KEEP AN EYE ON:

Naperville North at Lockport

The Huskies (10-1) don't get a break after surviving a scare from Fremd on Monday night; they face an undefeated Lockport (5-0) team fresh off winning the Hinsdale Central Tournament title and seeking their sixth win of the season.

 

GIRLS

MATCH OF THE DAY

Fenwick at Stevenson

The defending champions travel to Lincolnshire to take on Stevenson in a rematch of 2011's state title game. Fenwick (6-1) will be looking to bounce back from their first loss of the season last weekend, while the Patriots (6-1) could use a win to give them an early-season boost.

 

KEEP AN EYE ON:

Mundelein at New Trier

The Trevians (7-2) seek their eighth win of the season when they play host to a Mundelein (3-4) that is much better than their record indicates. Can the Mustangs get things turned around with a road win or will a balanced New Trier lineup be too much to handle for a young Mundelein squad?


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