Buffalo Grove 18 Elk Grove 5
The Bison nearly clinched the
MSL East title with an 18-5 win over Elk Grove on Tuesday night. With an
8-0 record in the conference, they need a win over Prospect (6-2
conference record) on Thursday to officially advance to the Mid-Suburban
League title game in the final week of the regular season. Dan Striev
scored 5 goals and Matt O'Rourke added 4 scores in the win for BG.
Curie 18 Young
Eduardo Chavez scored 8 goals to
help keep the Condors perfect in the Chicago Public League in an 18-8
victory over Young.
Rolling Meadows 10 (OT)
Kevin Pedersen and Stephen Petro
both scored 3 times as Hersey beat Meadows 11-10 in overtime on Tuesday.
Damian Fitzsimmons scored 6 goals and Danny Briggs added 3 scores in the
loss for the Mustangs.
Homewood-Flossmoor 14 Lincoln-Way East 6
Shay Banton scored 6 goals and
Russell Maanum added 4 scores to help keep the Vikings perfect in the
SouthWest Suburban Blue with a 14-6 win over Lincoln-Way East. Kevin
Kuchta added 2 scores and Jake Bodnar made 10 saves in the victory for the
Vikings. Kenny Hultquist scored 2 times and goalie Tom Vandevelde stopped
7 shots in the loss for the Griffins.
Latin 11 Lyons
The sixth-ranked Romans earned
what could be their biggest win of the season thus far on Tuesday night as
they went to LaGrange and beat #4 Lyons 11-7. Jacob Himmel scored 4 times,
James Ruggiero added 3 scores, and AJ Galainena scored 2 goals in the win
for Latin. Romans' goalie Sam Sheahan also made 10 saves in the victory.
Charlie Dowdle recorded 5 goals
to lead the Ramblers to a 16-6 win over Evanston in a nonconference
rivalry game in Wilmette. TJ Considine and Frank Toops each added 3 scores
in the victory, while Jimmy Nickele and Pat Stein each scored 2 times in
Pat Falconer scored 5 times,
Frank Lukacs added 4 scores, and Will Davidson scored 3 goals in
Mundelein's 19-4 win over L'ville.
15 Hinsdale South 6
AJ Quebbemann and Mike Rooney
both tallied 4 scores and David Lesniak added 3 scores to help lift the
Wildcats to a 15-6 victory over Hinsdale South.
New Trier 12
Glenbrook South 11
Eric Robb drew an ejection in
the final minute and Jordan Palmer connected on a shot from the right wing
to give New Trier a 12-11 victory over Glenbrook South on Tuesday night in
Winnetka. Palmer, Konrad VonMoltke, and Matt McClone each scored 3 times
in the win, while Trevians' goalie Sam Buchman recorded 11 saves. Zach
Demertzis recorded 6 goals, JJ Connor added 3 scores, and goalie Tom Meyer
blocked 15 shots in the loss for the Titans.
Brad Ferris scored 6 goals and
Jeremy Stanton and Kamil Mulawa both scored 2 times as Palatine edged
Fremd 12-9. Zach Zambelli scored 3 goals to lead the Vikings in the losing
Barrington 11 Conant 8
Catherine Byron and Yessica
Buenrostro each scored 3 times while Erika Elliott and Victoria Waring
each added 2 goals in an 11-8 Barrington win over Conant in the MSL West.
Hannah Duke scored 5 times in the loss for the Cougars.
Emma Martinus poured in 9 goals
and Cassie Jo Miller and Nora Plank both added 4 scores as Bremen topped
13 Elk Grove 3
Kathryn Emerson and Kristi
Harris both scored 3 times and Nicky Delaney added 2 goals to lead the
Bison past Elk Grove 13-3.
Ellis O'Connor recorded 4 goals
and Rosy Capron added 2 scores as the Wildkits defeated Latin 8-3 in a
nonconference contest. Evanston goalie Claire Strunk made 20 saves in the
victory. Ashley Henderson scored 2 times in the loss for the Romans.
Naperville Central 9 (3 OT)
#4 Fenwick emerged with a from
triple-overtime with a 10-9 win over #2 Naperville Central on Tuesday
night in Oak Park, handing the Redhawks their first loss of the season in
dramatic fashion. Central trailed by a goal with one possession left, but
Abbey Kerth scored with three-tenths of a second left in regulation to
send the game to extra time. The Redhawks used their momentum to take a
9-7 lead into the second overtime period, but the Friars tied the game to
send the game to sudden death. At the end of the third OT period,
Fenwick's Emma McKernin connected on a lob shot to give Fenwick their
biggest win of the season. Stephanie Ovalle led the Friars with 5 goals,
while McKernin scored 2 times in the win. Kerth, Claire Fleming, Tori
Davis, and Vanessa Lin all scored 2 goals in the loss for the Redhawks.
Fremd 15 Palatine 7
Fremd improved to 8-0 in the MSL
West and to 22-0 on the season after beating Palatine 15-7 on Tuesday.
Erika Lauraitis scored 9 goals and Megan Kennedy added 2 scores in the win
for the Vikings. Kate Brown led the Pirates with 2 scores in the loss.
Homewood-Flossmoor 8 Lincoln-Way East 7 (OT)
Michelle Mayer drew a penalty in
the second overtime period and Rebecca Mathews (3 goals) converted the
penalty shot to give the Vikings a hard-fought 8-7 win over Lincoln-Way
East on Tuesday night. Mayer and Tess Adamonis also scored 2 times in the
win, while Anna Tenny added one score for H-F. Alyssa Toland recorded 2
goals in the loss for the Griffins.
Lake Forest 13
Vernon Hills 4
Emily Nowlin recorded 11 total
goals, surpassing 100 scores for the season, as the Scouts defeated Vernon
Hills 13-4 on Tuesday.
North 8 Richards 6 (OT)
The Phoenix used a 2-0 run in
overtime to emerge with an 8-6 nonconference win over Richards in Oak Lawn
on Tuesday afternoon.
Maeve O'Connor totaled 7 goals
to lead the Ramblers past Northside 14-2 on Tuesday. Cecile Franke made 19
saves in the loss for Northside.
14 Sandburg 10
Trailing 6-5 at halftime, Mother
McAuley put together a 5-1 run in the second half to break the game open
and beat Sandburg 14-10. Yuri Chavez totaled 7 scores in the win for the
Macs, while Tara Capouch led the Eagles with 4 scores in the losing
The Mustangs jumped out to a
10-0 halftime lead en route to a 13-3 victory over Libertyville on
Tuesday. Alexis Jones scored 6 times and Evelyn Kurzac added 5 scores for
Mundelein in the win.
Liss, Katelyn Amedio, and Stefanie Lyjak each scored one goal apiece in
the loss for the Wildcats.
New Trier 11
Glenbrook South 6
The twelfth-ranked Trevians kept
a firm hold on the top of the Central Suburban League on Tuesday night
with an 11-6 victory over Glenbrook South. Anna Horstkotte and Maddy Urban
both tallied 3 scores in the win for the Trevians,
Oak Park 7
Hinsdale Central 3
Alison Coogan recorded 3 goals,
Claire Helwig totaled 2 scores and 5 assists, and Vicki Maslowski stopped
16 shots as Oak Park beat Hinsdale Central 7-3 to earn their first West
Suburban Conference win of 2010.
The race for the MSL East title
tightened on Tuesday after Prospect held off Wheeling 9-8 on Tuesday,
giving both teams a 7-1 mark with two games remaining for each team in
conference play. Meg Dix (5 goals) scored the eventual game-winning goal
in the final period, and the Knights' defense prevented a game-tying goal
in last minute to even the season series at 1-1 between the two teams. Amy
Wilson scored 5 times and Christa Khatcherian added 2 scores for the
Wildcats in the losing effort.