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Week #6: Tuesday Updates         

By Aaron Brown

April 10, 2012

 

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GAME RECAPS (Tuesday, April 10)
 

BOYS

Andrew 11 Homewood-Flossmoor 10

John Fitzgerald recorded 4 goals as the T-Bolts used a 4-1 run in the final period to edge H-F 11-10. Eric Tamulonis also scored 2 times in the Andrew win. Kevin Kuchta totaled 5 goals and Henry Weeks added 4 scores in the losing effort for the Vikings.

 

Buffalo Grove 10 Prospect 3

Ian Rodriguez scored 6 times and Ryan Chlopowicz added 3 scores as the Bison defeated Prospect 10-3.

 

Glenbrook South 10 Deerfield 1

JJ Connor and Ryan Hianik each scored 3 times and Tom Meyer blocked 13 shots and allowed just one goal as GBS defeated Deerfield 10-1 in a CSL contest.

 

Hersey 12 Elk Grove 9

Carlos Andina and George Vladimirov each tallied 3 scores to help lift Hersey past Elk Grove 12-9. Marek Burtan registered 3 goals for the Grenadiers in the losing effort.

 

Hoffman 11 Barrington 0

Logan Gizel saved 11 shots and earned a shutout while Sang Han and Steven Jatich each scored 3 goals in Hoffman's 11-0 victory over Barrington. Adam Pasnicki and Mike Desider also tallied 2 scores apiece in the winning effort for the Hawks.

 

Lockport 17 Lincoln-Way North 8

Dave Hir and Zach Trent both tallied 5 scores as the Porters downed the Phoenix 17-8.

 

Naperville North 13 Neuqua Valley 9

The Huskies improved to 16-1 by beating Neuqua Valley 13-9 on Tuesday night. Kevin Patterson scored 6 times in the loss for the Wildcats.

 

New Trier 10 Maine South 9

Jordan Palmer scored 6 goals as the Trevians held off a feisty Hawks' team 10-9 to remain undefeated in the Central Suburban League.

 

Niles West 6 Maine East 5 (OT)

Nick Opfer recorded 12 saves and 6 steals to help lead the Wolves past Maine East 6-5 in overtime.

 

Sandburg 20 Lincoln-Way West 2

Matt Malecki and Matt Veldman both scored 4 goals and Mike Malecki blocked 9 shots in the Eagles' 20-2 triumph over LWW on Tuesday.

 

STC East 10 St Patrick 7

Shaun Seuschek scored 3 goals and both Matt VanGyseghem and Stephen Mason tallied 2 scores as the Saints used a 4-0 run in the second quarter to help beat the Shamrocks 10-7. Connor O'Rourke led St Patrick with 2 goals in the losing cause.

 

Stevenson 16 Lake Forest 4

Alex Shkiler scored 4 times and Hasan Khan, Kyle Plotsky, and Mitchell Sokolsky each tallied 3 goals in Stevenson's 16-4 triumph over Lake Forest. Robbie O'Brien also recorded 17 saves in the victory. John Baker notched 3 scores for the Scouts in the loss.

 

Taft 13 Mather 3

Przemyslaw Kowalczyk recorded 5 goals and Aaron Lazzalde added 3 scores in Taft's 13-3 triumph over Mather in CPS action.

 

Wheeling 21 Meadows 9

Austin Ihde scored 9 times to lead Wheeling past Meadows 21-9 on Tuesday evening. Kevin Fitzsimons tallied 8 scores in the loss for the Mustangs.

 

GIRLS

Barrington 11 Hoffman 7

Kayla Widdowson, Regan Desatti, and Sam Gavars each recorded 2 scores and Brooke Fanslow and Erin Moston combined to make 8 saves in the Filllies' 11-7 victory over Hoffman. Cory Liang, Kelsey Sandefur and Kasia Serwin each scored 2 times in the losing effort.

 

Fremd 15 Conant 5

Sam del Prado recorded 4 goals, Lauren Zambelli notched 3 scores, and Emma Hoffman netted 2 goals as Fremd defeated Conant 15-5. Julie Conrath and Loretta Stelnicki combined to make 14 saves in the Vikings' win. Jessica Davis saved 15 shots in the losing effort for the Cougars.

 

Homewood-Flossmoor 14 Andrew 6

Anna Tenny scored 5 second-half goals and Rebecca Mathews also totaled 5 scores as H-F knocked off Andrew 14-6 on Tuesday. Annie Schloen added 2 scores in the winning effort for the Vikings. Eva Fuger and Rachel Fus each tallied 2 scores and Jordan Bartolini made 8 saves in the loss for the T-Bolts.

 

Lincoln-Way Central 10 Bradley 5

Danijela Jackovich scored 6 goals and Ashley Dhooghe added 2 scores in the Knights' 10-5 victory over Bradley on Tuesday. Caroline Foglton also totaled 11 saves and 3 assists in the win.

 

Lincoln-Way East 25 Stagg 13

Zoe McCabe totaled 7 goals and Jill Connolly made 9 saves in the Griffins' 25-13 victory over Stagg. Liz Hadhazy notched all 13 goals for the Chargers.

 

Lincoln-Way North 11 Lockport 8

Keriann Clarin and Niki Berringer each tallied 3 scores as the Phoenix beat Lockport 11-8. Alyssa Black, Christine Bafia, and Liz Latka each recorded 2 goals in the losing cause for the Porters.

 

Maine West 8 Deer Park 7

Carly Romano scored 4 times and Amy Nakano notched 3 scores in Maine West's 8-7 victory over Deer Park. Tara Woodford denied 18 shots in the victory for the Warriors.

 

Metea Valley 11 Morton 8

Lizzie Hollopeter and Mia Palladino both scored 4 goals and Alex Conti added 2 scores as the Mustangs erased an early four-goal deficit to beat Morton 11-8.

 

Naperville North 11 Neuqua Valley 4

Sofi Prorok registered 4 scores and Jessie Lietz, Jillian Eiken, and Taylor Bridgman all scored 2 times in the Huskies' 11-4 win over Neuqua Valley. Brooke Bedford and Courtney Taylor each totaled 2 scores in the loss for the Wildcats.

 

New Trier 18 Maine South 9

Erika Nothnagel slammed in 4 goals, Kelsey Willian and Isabelle Baneaux netted 3 scores, and Alexana Astor and Meghan Franke each notched 2 scores in the Trevians' 18-9 win over Maine South.

 

Oak Park 3 Whitney Young 2

Hannah Legatzke, Kjerstin Anderson, and Rebecca Robinson scored one goal apiece to help the Huskies fend off Whitney Young 3-2. Zoe Erickson made 12 saves and allowed 2 scores in the victory.

 

Palatine 4 Schaumburg 3

Nicole Theis scored 3 times to help lift Palatine past Schaumburg 4-3 in an MSL West contest on Tuesday. Hannah Otis also made 20 saves in the winning effort for the Pirates. Kristy Bessler scored all 3 goals for the Saxons and Jessica Sumsky made 11 saves in the losing effort.

 

Sandburg 16 Lincoln-Way West 10

Jame Pappanastos scored 5 times, Tara Capouch threw in 4 scores, and Brittany Kamper netted 3 goals to help the Eagles earn a 16-10 win over LWW.

 

Stevenson 10 Lake Forest 3

Erin McCook totaled 3 goals, Brittany Gartenberg added 2 scores, and Lisa Michalowski made 10 saves to help lift the Patriots past Lake Forest 10-3. Emily Nowlin recorded 2 goals in the loss for the Scouts.

 

Wheeling 15 Meadows 1

Heather Murphy, Kat Dobrowski, and Leah Malsom all registered 4 scores in the Wildcats' 15-1 win over Meadows in an MSL East contest. Jessica Dykstra scored the lone for for the Mustangs.

 

York 10 Waubonsie Valley 6

Carly Redmond tallied 4 scores and both Katie Nelson and Perri Brinkmeier added 2 goals in York's 10-6 win over Waubonsie Valley.


 

GAME PREVIEWS (Tuesday, April 10)
 

BOYS

MATCH OF THE DAY

Maine South at New Trier

The surging Hawks (13-2) head to Winnetka to challenge New Trier (8-3-1) in a battle of teams at the top of the Central Suburban League standings.

 

KEEP AN EYE ON:

Fremd at Conant/Naperville North at Neuqua Valley/Andrew at H-F/LWN at Lockport

There are plenty of intriguing matchups to watch for on Thursday; Conant looks to hand Fremd their first MSL West loss, Neuqua tries to cool off a red-hot Naperville North squad, H-F faces another difficult game when they host Andrew one day after falling to second-ranked Lyons, and Lockport plays host to LWN in a game featuring two of the top teams in the SWSC.

 

GIRLS

MATCH OF THE DAY

Neuqua Valley at Naperville North

The Wildcats (5-3-1) look to bounce back from a shutout loss to Naperville Central when they head to Naperville North (6-6) in a game with important sectional seeding ramifications.

 

KEEP AN EYE ON:

Homewood-Flossmoor at Andrew

Andrew (10-5) hopes to hand H-F (8-5) their second straight loss when they play host to the Vikings on Tuesday in a SWSC crossover.


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