Naperville North Edges Schaumburg To Claim Naperville North Tournament
Austin Katz recorded 4 goals to help Naperville North hang on to a 12-11
victory over Schaumburg in the final game of the Naperville North Tournament
on Saturday. The Huskies earned wins over Sandburg and STC North to finish
the weekend with a 3-0 record.
Schaumburg's Brandon Kase recorded 19 goals and Mike Gergen added 15 goals
in the three-game set as the Saxons finished in second place.
Sandburg finished in third place after beating Stagg in overtime on
Perfect; Claim Stevenson Tournament Title
Oak Park went 3-0 at the Stevenson
Tournament to remain perfect on the season, as they earned wins over Latin,
McHenry, and Stevenson on Saturday afternoon. Armando Lee led the Huskies in
scoring with 11 goals, while Tommy Poulos and Troy Williams both scored 10
times in three victories. David Anderson and Tom Vogel teamed up to record
41 saves in three wins, as Anderson made 31 saves and Vogel stopped 10
Latin placed second in the four
team tournament, as they eked out a 13-12 overtime win over McHenry and also
knocked off the host Patriots. AJ Galainena led the Romans with 15 goals as
the finished 2-1. McHenry finished third by beating Stevenson.
Elk Grove/Hersey Tournament
Andrew Improves to 12-2-1 After Winning EG/Hersey Tournament
Tony Marino totaled 15 goals to
lead Andrew to a 3-0 record at the Elk Grove/Hersey Tournament on Saturday
afternoon. The T-Bolts earned wins over Hersey and Maine South earlier in
the day, then topped Maine East 17-4 in the title game.
Maeve O'Connor recorded 8 goals
and Ashley Letrich added 3 scores as Loyola won the first game of Saturday's
event over rival Evanston 14-4. Ellis O'Connor and Rosy Capron each scored 2
times in the loss for the Wildkits.
Winter Park 16
St Ignatius 5
Winter Park broke a 3-3 tie in the
second quarter with a 6-0 run that broke the game open as they defeated St
Ignatius 16-5. Summer Creighton totaled 10 goals and Nicole Tobin added 6
scores for the Wildcats in the win. Kate Stelnicki led the Wolfpack with 3
goals, while Celeste Almarez and Stephanie Fernandez each added a goal in
Homewood-Flossmoor 5 New Trier 4
Rebecca Mathews tied the game
early in the fourth quarter and Maya Holst scored the game-winning goal on a
lob shot with 2:24 remaining as Homewood-Flossmoor beat New Trier 5-4.
Vikings' goalie Sophie Schloen made a key save in the final minute on a
drive by Sophia Palmer and the H-F defense held on for the victory. Holst
and Matthews both scored 2 goals and Michelle Mayer added one goal in the
win for the Vikings, while Palmer scored 2 times and Anna Horstkotte and
Caroline Hoff each scored one time in the loss for the Trevians.
Lyons 16 Loyola
The Lions built a 7-0 halftime
lead and emerged with a 16-1 win over Loyola on Saturday. Adriana Hoak led
the Lions with 5 goals, Katelyn Jacobs scored 4 times, and Kirby Kaptur and
Lizzy Kosin both scored 3 goals in the win for LT. Krissy Durkin scored the
lone goal in the loss for the Ramblers.
13 Neuqua Valley 4
Vicky Arciniega scored 4 goals and
Amy Kopale and Yuri Chavez each recorded 3 scores in Mother McAuley's 13-4
win over Neuqua Valley. Jessica Zimmerman scored 2 times to lead the
Wildcats in the loss.
Winter Park 10
Winter Park wrapped up a perfect
tournament appearance at Fenwick with a 10-4 win over the hosts on Saturday
afternoon. Nicole Tobin scored 5 times and Summer Creighton added 2 scores
as the Wildcats broke the game open with a 3-0 run in the second period to
emerge with the victory. Maggie Carey, Maureen Barron, Molly Loeffler, and
Stephanie Ovalle each tallied one goal in the loss for the Friars.
Grace Trilla earned her second
shutout of the tournament and Adriana Hoak scored 4 times to lead Lyons to
an 18-0 triumph over Evanston. Katelyn Jacobs, Kirby Kaptur, Madelon Craig,
and Lizzy Kosin all scored 3 times in the win for the Lions, while Allie
Grimes added 2 scores for LT.
St Ignatius 9
The Wolfpack used a 5-1 run to
break a 4-4 game to emerge victorious over Homewood-Flossmoor 9-5 on
Saturday. Kate Stelnicki scored 4 goals and both Stephanie Fernandez and
Yvette Leon each added 2 scores for St Ignatius in the win. Hannah Ongman
and Rebecca Mathews each scored 2 times in the loss for the Vikings.
Fenwick 9 New
Stephanie Ovalle recorded 3 scores
and Gena Wendt added 2 scores as Fenwick beat New Trier 9-5 on Saturday
afternoon. Emma McKernin and Mary Devereux each added one goal apiece in the
victory for the Friars. Sophia Palmer scored 2 times and both Anna
Horstkotte and Anna Stern each added a goal in the loss for the Trevians.
Neuqua Valley 2
After trailing 1-0 after the
opening period, Evanston used a balanced attack and strong defensive play to
earn a 6-2 win over Neuqua Valley in the final game of the tournament for
both teams. Ellis O'Connor recorded 3 goals for the Wildkits, while Rosy
Capron, Roxy Capron, and Sarah Thompson each added one score apiece in the
Lyons 12 Mother
The Lions built a 6-1 halftime
lead and never looked back as they beat Mother McAuley for the second
straight time this season by a score of 12-3. Lizzy Kosin tallied 6 goals
and Allie Grimes added 2 more scores in the victory for the Lions. Yuri
Chavez recorded 2 goals in the loss for the Macs.
St Ignatius 9
St Ignatius won the final game of
the Fenwick Tournament over the hosts 9-6 on Saturday afternoon, as Celeste
Almarez scored 4 goals and both Kate Stelnicki and Stephanie Fernandez added
2 scores in the win for the Wolfpack.
Kate Stelnicki opened the scoring
with a goal from the right side in a six-on-five situation early in the
first quarter, then consecutive goals by Almarez and Stelnicki gave the
Wolfpack a 3-0 edge. Almarez scored in transition to increase the lead to
4-0, but Molly Loeffler's counterattack goal got the Friars on the
scoreboard before the end of the opening period. In the second quarter,
Ignatius' Stephanie Fernandez scored the lone goal as the Wolfpack took a
5-1 lead into halftime.
Fenwick's Gena Wendt notched the
first goal of the third period to cut the lead to 5-2, but Almarez and
Fernandez both scored goals on two straight possessions to give St Ignatius
a seemingly comfortable 7-2 lead. The Friars quickly fought back, however,
as Mary Bridget Barrett (12 saves) made two key stops in goal and Maggie
Carey and Gena Wendt both scored right before the end of the third quarter
to trim Wolfpack advantage to 7-4.
Fenwick had the momentum entering
the final period, but Almarez and Fernandez had an answer, as the two scored
early goals to put the Wolfpack ahead 9-4. Brittany Kulik responded for the
Friars, as her first goal of the game made the score 9-5 midway through the
last period. Fenwick's Emma McKernin then connected on an outside shot to
make the score 9-6 with 2:35 remaining, setting the stage for a tense finish
to the day's final contest. The Friars had two late chances to score, but
their next possession resulted in a shot off the crossbar and they could not
score after a late ejection in the final minute.
The Wolfpack finished the
tournament with a 4-1 mark, with their only loss coming on Saturday morning
to Winter Park. Meanwhile, the Friars finished 3-2, as they also fell to
Winter Park earlier in the day.
Second Straight Win Over Stevenson To Capture Lake County Title
Alexis Jones and Evelyn Kurzac
combined to score 7 goals and Emily Tylka made 8 saves as Mundelein defeated Stevenson 8-2 in the
championship game of the Lake County Tournament on Saturday afternoon. The
Mustangs went 4-0 over the weekend, finishing things off with their second
consecutive win over their rivals. The Patriots' Kim Nolte scored 2 goals in
the loss for the Patriots.
In other action, Yessica
Buenrostro scored 4 goals and Victoria Waring scored 2 times to lead
Barrington to a third-place finish with an 8-2 win over Libertyville. In the
fifth place game, Phoebe Del Greco scored 2 goals and Nicole Grevers
registered 15 saves as Deerfield held off
Highland Park 8-3. In the seventh place contest, Vernon Hills beat Lake
Forest 9-7 as Dana Andrea scored 4 goals to lead the Cougars to the win.
Naperville North Tournament
Fremd Cruises To Naperville North Tournament Title
Erika Lauraitis scored 4 goals and
Kristina D'Andrea added 3 scores as Fremd defeated Naperville North 9-3 in
the title game of the Naperville North Tournament on Saturday. Lauraitis totaled 19
goals over the course of the three-game tournament, helping the Vikings earn
wins over Waubonsie Valley and Lincoln-Way East.
LWE beat Northside 14-2 in the
third place game and Waubonsie Valley knocked off STC North 13-1 in the
fifth place game.