GAME RECAPS (Friday, March 23)
Payton 15 Lake View 6
Joseph Spadoro recorded 7
goals and Thurman Foreman blocked 13 shots at Payton earned a 15-6 win
over Lake View in a CPS contest on Friday afternoon.
Oak Park 12
Troy Williams slammed home 7
goals to lead the Huskies to a 12-11 victory over Ladue.
Parkway West 9
Mitchell Sokolsky converted
the game-winning shot with :11 remaining in regulation to help Stevenson
overcome a 6-3 halftime deficit and defeat Parkway West 10-9 on Friday
SLUH 14 York 1
Sean Sullivan allowed just one
goal as SLUH opened their Illinois trip with a 14-1 victory over York.
Latin 18 Lincoln-Way Central 4
Eugene Gorleku and Jacob
Himmel both scored 5 times in Latin's 18-4 triumph over LWC.
The Lions fell victim to a
last-second game-winning shot from Missouri's top-ranked team on Friday at
the York Tournament, losing 12-11 in heartbreaking fashion. Sam Erlinger
scored with the game clock winding down for the Jr. Billikens, who
overcame an 8-6 halftime deficit to earn the win. Joe Shannon
led LT with 6 goals in the loss.
Loyola 16 Lincoln-Way Central
Charlie Dowdle and Jack
Buehler each scored 3 goals and Tim Netzel added 2 scores as Loyola used a
balanced offensive attack to beat LWC 16-2 in their tournament opener at
York on Friday night. The Ramblers take on Latin in a 9:00am contest to
determine who meets SLUH in the tournament's title game.
Schaumburg 9 Hinsdale South 4
Ashley Johnson scored the
eventual game-winning goal and totaled 3 scores and Jessica Sumsky blocked 14
shots to help lift the Saxons to a 9-4 nonconference victory over Hinsdale
South. Kristy Bessler also put in 3 scores in the winning effort for
Homewood-Flossmoor 14 Waubonsie Valley 7
Rebecca Mathews recorded 7
goals and Anna Tenny added 4 scores as the Vikings emerged with a 14-7
home win over Waubonsie Valley on Friday night. Anna Shirer also made 14
saves in the win for H-F. Kim Palmer tallied 4 scores, Jailin Turner
notched 2 goals, and Nena Khanna made 11 saves in the loss for the