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Week #5: Schaumburg Tournament     

By Aaron Brown

March 30-31, 2012

 

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GAME RECAPS (Friday, March 30-Saturday, March 31)

SCHAUMBURG TOURNAMENT

Lindbergh and Schaumburg End The Weekend Without A Loss

Missouri-based Lindbergh essentially won the Schaumburg Tournament this weekend, finishing with a 4-0 record at the event. The hosts also went unbeaten but finished 3-0-1 after a 9-9 draw with STC East on Saturday morning. Here are most of the game recaps from the weekend:

 

Game Recaps - Day 1

Schaumburg 10 York 7

Marty Kwiatkowski scored 3 goals and Matt McMullen added 2 scores as Schaumburg held York without a goal in the first half and held on for a 10-7 victory on Friday. Alex Waldherr led the Dukes with 5 goals in the losing effort.

 

Wheeling 13 Mundelein 2

Austin Ihde scored 5 goals, Ben Reiff notched 4 scores, and Dan Shriber put in 2 goals as Wheeling beat Mundelein 13-2 in the first game of the Schaumburg Tournament for both teams.

 

Lindbergh 7 STC East 5

Amer Jasarevic and Richard Schroell each scored 3 goals to lead Lindbergh to a 7-5 triumph over STC East in the opener of the Schaumburg Tournament for both teams. Shaun Seuschek tallied 3 scores in the loss for the Saints.

 

Libertyville 12 Lafayette 5

Tommy Keefe scored 6 times and Alex Wang added 3 goals in the Wildcats' 12-5 win over Lafayette.

 

York 7 Wheeling 3

Alex Waldherr and Patrick McKenna each scored 3 times in the Dukes' 7-3 victory over Wheeling. Wil Hubert added the other goal for York, while goalie Keith Pierzchala held the Wildcats scoreless for the entire second half. Austin Ihde, Ben Reiff, and Dan Shriber each scored once in the loss for Wheeling.

 

Lindbergh 8 Mundelein 6

Amer Jasarevic and Richard Schroell combined to score 5 goals in Lindbergh's 8-6 win over Mundelein. Jason Rehor tallied 3 scores in the loss for the Mustangs.

 

STC East 9 Lafayette 7

Matt Ballweg, Mitch Phelps, and Shaun Seuschek each recorded 3 goals to lead the Saints to a 9-7 win over Lafayette on Friday afternoon.

 

Schaumburg 10 Libertyville 6

Randy Carr recorded 4 goals and both Marty Kwiatkowski and Matt McMullen put in 2 scores as the Saxons beat the Wildcats 10-6 in the night's final game. Adam King and Tommy Keefe both scored 2 times in the loss for Libertyville.

 

Game Recaps - Day 2

STC East 9 Schaumburg 9

The Saints outscored the Saxons 6-2 in the second half and scored the game-tying goal in the fourth quarter as the two teams finished in a 9-9 draw on Saturday morning. The Saxons led 7-3 at halftime and took a one-goal lead into the final period before settling for the tie. Shaun Seuschek put in 4 goals for the Saints, while Brandon Vasquez, Marty Kwiatkowski, and Matt McMullen each scored 2 times for Schaumburg.

 

Wheeling 10 Libertyville 6

Austin Ihde recorded 4 goals and Mike Boom tallied 2 scores to help the Wildcats top Libertyville 10-6. Adam King and Alex Wang each scored 2 times in the losing effort for Libertyville.

 

Mundelein 9 Lafayette 2

Jason Rehor registered 4 scores as Mundelein knocked off Lafayette 9-2 on Saturday.

 

Lindbergh 10 Libertyville 4

Amer Jasarevic scored 3 times to lead Lindbergh to their fourth win of the event, a 10-4 triumph over Libertyville. Matt King led the Wildcats with 2 goals in the losing effort.

 

STC East 10 Wheeling 8

Mitch Phelps, Shaun Seuschek, and Stephen Mason each registered 3 scores in the Saints' 10-8 victory over Wheeling on Saturday. East used a 4-0 run in the third quarter to pull ahead of the Wildcats after trailing by a goal at halftime. Austin Ihde score 4 goals in the loss for Wheeling.

 

York 8 Lafayette 7

Ziggy Matsas recorded 3 goals and both Alex Waldherr and Wil Hubert connected with 2 scores to help the Dukes beat Lafayette 8-7. Waldherr tallied the game-winner for York with just over three minutes remaining in regulation, while goalie Keith Pierzchala made two key saves in the last two minutes to seal the win for the Dukes.

 

Schaumburg 13 Mundelein 5

Randy Carr tallied 5 scores and LJ Peterson added 3 scores in the Saxons' 13-5 win over Mundelein. Matt Marcotte and Jason Rehor each scored 2 times in the loss for the Mustangs.

 

Final Event Standings

Lindbergh (4-0)

Schaumburg (3-0-1)

STC East (2-1-1)

Wheeling (2-2)

York (2-2)

Libertyville (1-3)

Mundelein (1-3)

Lafayette (0-4)


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