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By Aaron Brown

March 26-27, 2010




DeSmet 13 Loyola 11

Frank Toops scored 4 goals and Connery Brennan added 3 scores but the Ramblers came up short against DeSmet (MO) 13-11 on Sunday afternoon.


Schaumburg Tournament

York 16 Conant 1

Mark Krolikiewicz recorded 6 goals and Mark Olalde added 3 scores to lead York to a 16-1 victory over Conant on Saturday morning.


Mundelein 8 Schaumburg 7

Will Davidson scored the game-winning goal in the third overtime period to send Mundelein to the to the championship game of the Schaumburg Tournament after an 8-7 victory over the hosts. Neither team scored in the first two overtime periods before Davidson put the game-winner in just  fifteen seconds into sudden death.


York 15 Lafayette 4

Mark Krolikiewicz scored 12 goals to carry the Dukes to a 15-4 victory over Lafayette (MO) in the fifth-place game of the Schaumburg Tournament on Saturday. Mark Olalde scored the other 3 goals for York in the win.


Mundelein 7 St Louis 6

The Mustangs remained perfect this season after holding off St Louis 7-6 on Saturday; Pat Falconer scored 5 of the team's 7 goals as Mundelein finished the tournament with a 5-0 record and improved to 11-0 on the season.


Northside Tournament

Von Steuben 14 Morgan Park 5

Jacob Dorn scored 11 goals to help Von Steuben beat Morgan Park 14-5 to win the Northside Tournament on Saturday. The Panthers also earned wins over Northside and Mather in a CPS-filled tourney.


Stevenson Tournament

Palatine 14 Stevenson 13

John Giuliano recorded 4 goals and Brad Ferris, Dylan Weissman, and Justin Behrens each added 3 scores as the Pirates beat Stevenson 14-13 on Saturday afternoon. Doug Malfar scored 5 goals and Alex Rembialkowski tallied 4 goals in the loss.


Andrew 8 Marian 5

Amanda Kuchan and Katie Fischer each tallied 2 scores and Jill Jesionowski recorded 10 saves in Andrew's 8-5 win over Marian on Saturday. Allie Fisher, Kelly Baumgartner, Leah McCarthy, and Liz Burke also scored once in the win for the T-Bolts.


Loyola 12 Sandburg 5

Maeve O'Connor scored 5 times, Ashley Letrich tallied 3 goals, and Krissy Durkin added 2 scores in the Ramblers' 12-5 victory over Sandburg. Caitlin Sershon and Rachel Nieman each added a goal for Loyola in the victory.


Mundelein 5 York 3

Sarah Honda recorded 3 goals and Alexis Jones added 2 scores as Mundelein knocked off York 5-3 in a low-scoring contest in Elmhurst on Saturday. Devon Tamm, Jessica Cleveland, and Stephanie Ter Bush each scored once in the loss for the Dukes.


Lyons Tournament
Lyons 16 Stevenson 3

Allie Grimes scored 5 times and Erika Ronning, Kirby Kaptur, and Lizzy Kosin each added 3 goals as Lyons won their tournament opener over Stevenson 16-3. The Lions held a 5-3 lead after the opening quarter, then held the Patriots scoreless for the rest of the game and went on an 11-0 run to earn the victory. Katelyn Jacobs also added a goal in the win for LT. Cheyenne Montijo scored 2 goals in the loss for the Patriots.


Wheeling 19 Lockport 8

Leah Malsom scored 8 goals, Amy Wilson added 5 scores, and Christa Khatcherian added 2 goals as Wheeling defeated Lockport 19-8 to claim fifth place at the Lyons Tournament on Saturday afternoon.


Resurrection Tournament

Lincoln-Way North 4 Schaumburg 3

Taylor Nelson scored the game-winning goal in the fourth quarter to give the Phoenix a 4-3 victory over Schaumburg at the Bremen Tournament on Saturday morning.


Lincoln-Way Central 22 Shepard 2

Sarah Hanly scored 6 times, Ashley Knight added 4 goals, and both Danijela Jackovich and Jessica Graf scored 3 goals as LWC beat Shepard 22-2.


Lincoln-Way Central 6 Resurrection 3

Sarah Hanly totaled 3 goals and Ashley Knight, Danijela Jackovich, and Jessica Graf each scored once as LWC clinched a second-place finish at the Resurrection Tournament on Saturday.




St Ignatius 15 Young 11

Jack Turek recorded 7 goals to lead the Wolfpack past Young 15-11 on Friday evening.


St Viator 14 Evanston 11

Ed Soler and Eric Primdahl both scored 5 times as St Viator stunned Evanston 14-11 on Friday night. Gregg O'Connor also scored 3 goals in the victory for the Lions.


Schaumburg Tournament

Early session update

In the morning session, Lindbergh (MO) edged Schaumburg 14-13, beat Hoffman 10-1, and defeated fellow Missouri team Lafayette 7-6 to close the session with a 3-0 record. Schaumburg also earned wins over Lafayette and Hoffman, while Lafayette held off Hoffman 7-5. Brandon Kase recorded 18 goals for the Saxons on Friday and hopes to move the Saxons into the title game tomorrow morning in the second round of the tournament.


Late session update

Mundelein beat Conant, St Louis, and York to finish the first day of the tourney with a 3-0 record. They will take on Schaumburg in the semifinal round on Saturday morning, with the winning team set to face either Lindbergh or St Louis in the title game.


St Ignatius 12 Young 4

Celeste Almarez scored 5 goals and Kate Stelnicki and Yvette Leon each added 3 scores to lift the Wolfpack past Young 12-4. Gabi Cabrera recorded all 4 goals in the loss for the Dolphins.


New Trier 17 Prospect 9

Sophia Palmer scored 7 goals and both Anna Horskotte and Anna Stern scored 3 times as New Trier prevailed over Prospect 17-9 on Friday night. Katie Flynn also scored 2 times in the win, while goalie Zara Wysockey stopped 10 shots and added 3 steals for the Trevians. Meg Dix scored 5 goals and Lisa Mazur added 2 scores in the loss for the Knights.


Resurrection Tournament

Resurrection 9 Schaumburg 3

Emily Czerwianka scored 3 goals and Maddie Nelson added 2 scores as Resurrection won their tournament opener 9-3 over Schaumburg.


Lincoln-Way Central 7 Deerfield 4

Danijela Jackovich tallied 4 scores and Sarah Hanly added 2 goals as the Knights knocked off Deerfield 7-4. Central goalie Kelsey Martiniak also made 9 saves in the win.





Schaumburg Tournament

The Saxons welcome three teams from Missouri (Lindbergh, Lafayette, and St Louis), Conant, Hoffman, #8 Mundelein, and York for a weekend tournament that starts in the early afternoon on Friday. The action kicks off with a crosstown battle between the hosts and Hoffman.



#22 Young at #6 St Ignatius - Raul Ariza and Co. will look to surprise the sixth-ranked Wolfpack when the Dolphins travel to UIC to face St Ignatius.


St Viator at #24 Evanston - The Lions are looking to make some noise in 2010, so a win here would make a pretty big statement. Meanwhile, the Wildkits have had an up-and-down start to their season, with quality wins over Stevenson and Glenbrook South and recent losses to New Trier and Glenbrook North, and they will need a win to stay above .500 after three weeks.



#1 St Ignatius at #10 Young

The top-ranked Wolfpack look to stay undefeated when they travel to Young to take on Gabi Cabrera and the tenth-ranked Dolphins on Friday night.



#24 Prospect at #11 New Trier - Both teams have had impressive starts, as the Knights (3-0) enter the contest with a perfect record and the Trevians are currently 5-1.








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