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Week #6: Friday Updates         

By Aaron Brown

April 13, 2012

 

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LATEST UPDATES

 

BREAKING NEWS

IHSA Determines 2012 State Tournament Brackets

 

Game Recap

Fenwick Tournament (4/12): St Ignatius 6 Mother McAuley 6

 

Latest News

Note: Stagg HS now listed as the eighth and final sectional host

Sandburg Removed As Sectional Host By IHSA

IHSA Changes Sectional Location For Sandburg Boys' Team

IHSA Announces Final Sectional Sites: Palatine & Sandburg

 

Latest Results

Week 6: Complete Schedule

 

FEATURED TOURNAMENT

 


 

GAME RECAPS (Friday, April 13)
 

BOYS

Hoffman 16 Highland Park 5

Steven Jatich recorded 4 scores and Sang Han added 3 scores in Hoffman's 16-5 triumph over HP.

 

BREMEN TOURNAMENT

STC East 11 Argo 0

Mitch Phelps scored 3 goals and Austin Muehlschegel and Shaun Seuscheck both tallied 2 scores as STC East shutout Argo 11-0.

 

DESMET TOURNAMENT

Lincoln-Way North 8 Chaminade 7

Jake Roberts totaled 4 scores and Mike Doyle blocked 12 shots as LWN beat Chaminade 8-7 in the first game of the DeSmet Tournament for the Phoenix.

 

Fenwick 17 Parkway North 5

Matt Farmer scored 5 goals and Dan Kelly notched 3 scores in Fenwick's 17-5 win over Parkway North. Matt Bresnahan and Viken Huening each tallied 2 goals in the Friars' tournament-opening victory.

 

Fenwick 20 Lindbergh 4

Tom Osmolak recorded 5 goals and both Matt Farmer and Viken Huening scored 3 times as the Friars' downed Lindbergh 20-4. Dan Kelly, Omar Calderon, and Rich Mueller each added 2 scores in the win.

 

LYONS TOURNAMENT

Loyola 14 York 6

Charlie Dowdle and Danny Stauder each scored 5 times and Tim Netzel totaled 2 scores and 7 steals as the Ramblers beat York 14-6 in the first round of the LT Tournament.

 

ST PATRICK TOURNAMENT

Homewood-Flossmoor 9 Brother Rice 6

Kevin Kuchta totaled 5 goals and 6 steals and Henry Weeks added 3 scores in the Vikings' 9-6 upset win over Brother Rice on Friday. Nick Thiros made 5 steals and Jakobi McClellan blocked 8 shots in the H-F victory.

 

GIRLS

Conant 13 Maine West 6

Kristi Burke poured in 6 goals and Andie Cobb scored 3 times in the Cougars' 13-6 triumph over Maine West. Jessica Davis also made 13 saves in the win for Conant. Carly Romano scored 4 goals and Amy Nakano tallied 2 scores in the loss for the Warriors.

 

Fremd 14 Sandburg 5

Amy McEllen and Sam del Prado both notched 3 scores and the trio of Breanna Anderson, Carly Gessert, and Lauren Zambelli each added 2 scores as Fremd knocked off Sandburg 14-5 in nonconference action. Julie Conrath also made 18 saves in the Vikings' win. Tara Capouch recorded 3 scores and Alona King denied 13 shots in the loss for the Eagles.

 

Lake Forest 11 Vernon Hills 8

Emily Nowlin scored 6 goals and Nori Kauffman added 3 scores as the Scouts defeated Vernon Hills 11-8 on Friday night. Dana Andrea and Katie Manning each tallied 3 scores in the loss for the Cougars.

 

FENWICK TOURNAMENT

Lyons 13 Fenwick 10

Kirby Kaptur recorded 5 goals, Lizzy Kosin scored 4 times, and Carrie Nacht netted 2 goals as the Lions knocked off Fenwick 13-10 on Friday afternoon. LT put together a 6-1 run between the second and third periods to claim a lead they would never relinquish after the two teams ended the opening quarter tied  at 3-3. The Friars cut the Lions' lead down to 10-8 at the end of the third quarter, but a quick goal from Kaptur erased any doubt of a Fenwick comeback. Maureen Barron scored 3 times and both Alexa Ovalle and Cara Borkovec netted 2 scores in the loss for the Friars.

 

Naperville Central 12 New Trier 7

Abbey Kerth and Madison Nervig both scored 3 times and Gracie May and Lauren Gunn tacked on 2 goals apiece as the Redhawks defeated New Trier 12-7. Erika Nothnagel scored 3 goals and Alexana Astor put in 2 scores for the Trevians in the losing effort.

 

Homewood-Flossmoor 12 Neuqua Valley 4

Rebecca Mathews scored 8 goals to lead the Vikings past Neuqua Valley 12-4 on Friday. Claire Duncan also notched 2 scores in the win for H-F, who led 4-1 at halftime and kept the Wildcats at bay the rest of the game. Deanna Hoff led NVHS with 2 scores in the losing effort.

 

Mother McAuley 11 Evanston 2

Kristen Kleist scored 5 goals and Clare Bryar added 4 scores as Mother McAuley shut down Evanston to earn an 11-2 victory on Friday. The Mighty Macs built an 11-0 halftime lead before allowing two goals in the fourth quarter (Aliya Abdelhak, Yasi Nassiri).

 

New Trier 14 Mundelein 5

Erika Nothnagel and Isabelle Baneaux both scored 5 goals and Hannah Caywood made 12 saves to help New Trier defeat Mundelein 14-5. Allie Boothe notched 2 scores in the loss for the Mustangs.

 

Stevenson 7 Homewood-Flossmoor 6

Alex Kanaris scored the go-ahead goal midway through the fourth quarter and added a late rebound goal to seal Stevenson's 7-6 win over H-F on Friday night. The Patriots, who trailed 5-2 at halftime, mounted a major second half comeback, starting with a goal by Brittany Gartenberg and followed by 2 straight goals by Cami Haas. With the score tied, Kanaris scored from just inside 5m to give Stevenson their first lead, one they would never relinquish. The Vikings' Annie Schloen scored with :22 seconds remaining to cut the SHS lead to one, but the Patriots were able to run out the clock to earn the win. Rebecca Mathews led H-F with 4 goals, all coming in the first half.

 

ST VIATOR TOURNAMENT

Palatine 6 Lockport 4

Rachel Chumbrook notched 5 scores and Hannah Otis blocked 7 shots in the Pirates' 6-4 win. Liz Latka led the Porters with 3 scores in the loss.

 

Lincoln-Way Central 11 STC North 6

Danijela Jackovich totaled 6 goals and 9 steals and Caroline Foglton made 13 saves as LWC topped STC North 11-6 in the final game of Friday night's St Viator Tournament. Brittany Knowlton added 2 scores for the Knights in their victory.

 

Palatine 7 Prospect 7

Rachel Chumbrook scored 4 goals for Palatine and Jenna Gartz tallied 3 scores for Prospect as the two MSL teams finished in a 7-7 draw on Friday. Nicole Theis also scored 2 times for the Pirates, while both Katlyn Tomasetti and Kallie Shields scored 2 goals for the Knights.

 

YORK TOURNAMENT

Naperville North 9 Bremen 3

Jessie Lietz scored 3 goals, Audrey Chien added 2 scores, and Kate McDuff blocked 8 shots to lead the Huskies past Bremen 9-3.

 

Naperville North 12 Andrew 6

Jessie Lietz, Jillian Eiken, and Sofi Prorok all scored 3 times as Naperville North downed Andrew 12-6 on Friday night. Abbey Wrobel scored 3 goals and Jordan Bartolini blocked 10 shots in the losing effort for the T-Bolts.


 

GAME PREVIEWS (Friday, April 13)
 

BOYS

MATCH OF THE DAY

Lyons Tournament

The second-ranked Lions play host to a strong six-team field that includes #3 Loyola, #9 Oak Park, #13 Stevenson, St Ignatius, and York. In the four Friday night games, York takes on both OPRF and Loyola, while St Ignatius faces the hosts and Stevenson.

 

KEEP AN EYE ON:

Naperville Central Tournament

The Best of the West event gets off to a quick start on Friday, with both Central and North hosting first-round games. The Redhawks are in a group with Buffalo Grove and Hinsdale Central, North takes on both GBS and Lake Forest in their group, while GBN, LWC, and Mundelein are paired up in the third group.

 

DESMET TOURNAMENT

Fenwick, LWN Look To Make Waves Against Missouri's Best

The Friars and Phoenix both head to Missouri to take on several of the state's best teams beginning on Friday. Fenwick will look to repeat as champions, while LWN replaces Stagg and will try to best the 7th place finish the Chargers earned in 2011. The field includes #1 St Louis University High, #2 Parkway West, and #3 DeSmet, along with a few other ranked Missouri teams. How will the two IL teams fare in representing the state?

 

SANDBURG TOURNAMENT

Eagles Look To Defend Title Against Diverse Field

Sandburg hosts an eight-team field beginning on Friday night, hosting the same seven teams as the previous year, in which the hosts eventually won the title with a 4-0 record. Can they repeat that feat against a tough crowd?

 

ST PATRICK TOURNAMENT

Shamrocks' Eight-Team Field Ready To Rumble

H-F will look to defend their 2011 title at the annual St Patrick Tournament; they will need to be at their best, as the hosts, Brother Rice, Evanston, Fremd, LWE, Niles West, and Whitney Young will all be gunning for the Vikings beginning on Friday night.

 

GIRLS

MATCH OF THE DAY

Fenwick Tournament

The second day of action at the Fenwick Tournament starts in fine fashion, with a battle between the last two state champions (4:30pm - Fenwick vs Lyons). The rest of the slate wraps up the preliminary round, with matchups like #1 Naperville Central vs #8 New Trier and #7 Stevenson vs #10 H-F highlighting the evening.

 

KEEP AN EYE ON:

Sandburg at Fremd

The Eagles (10-7) head north to take on Fremd (15-2) in a tasty nonconference matchup on Friday night.

 

ST VIATOR TOURNAMENT

Diverse Field Could Lead To Fireworks At St Viator

The Lions' host six other teams in a Friday/Saturday event that has more questions than answers as to who will emerge as champions of the SeaLion Shootout. The round-robin event features BG, Lockport, LWC, Palatine, Prospect, and STC North.

 

YORK TOURNAMENT

Improved Teams Make York Tournament One To Watch

The Dukes play host to the same six teams from the previous season, which saw Naperville North walk away with the title against York. Can the Huskies repeat their title run, or will the likes of R-B, Andrew, Bremen, Barrington, or the Dukes be able to stop them?


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