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  Friday Updates         

  By Aaron Brown

  April 25, 2014

 

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GAME PREVIEWS (Friday, April 25)

 

 

 

FEATURED EVENT

GLENBROOK SOUTH TOURNAMENT

The GBS Tournament is a nine-team, eighteen-game event that gets underway on Friday. #1 Naperville North will look to defend their title against the Titans, Evanston, Hersey, Lake Forest, Libertyville, New Trier, Palatine, and Prospect in an event that should feature several close contests based on last year's results. The top-ranked Huskies beat GBS and New Trier in the first-place bracket last season to win the event, while the Trevians beat the hosts for second place.

 

 

KEEP AN EYE ON

BROTHER RICE TOURNAMENT

The annual Brother Tournament is always a highly competitive event; this year should be no exception as teams like Curie, DLS, Hinsdale Central, Latin, Lockport, Sandburg and St Rita join the hosts for a major sixteen-game event that follows a championship format. The Porters will be looking to defend their title, as they edged Hinsdale Central by a goal to win last year's event.

 

OTHER KEY GAMES

5:00pm - #22 LWC at #12 Lockport

5:00pm - #36 LWN at #25 H-F

 


 

GAME PREVIEWS (Friday, April 25)

 

 

 

FEATURED EVENT

STEVENSON TOURNAMENT

The battle between Illinois and Michigan gets underway on Friday as #1 Fenwick, the third-ranked hosts,  #7 Mother McAuley and #8 Mundelein square off with #1 Okemos, #8 Rockford and EGR. Expectations are high for the home-state teams, as they finished with a 15-1 record against the Michigan teams at last year's event. The event culminates with games between Fenwick-Mundelein and Stevenson-McAuley.

 

 

KEEP AN EYE ON

NAPERVILLE CENTRAL TOURNAMENT

The Redhawks' four team event begins on Friday night, alternating between Varsity and JV-level contests. The hosts are joined by Evanston, Jenison, and Sandburg for two Varsity games on Friday and four more beginning on Saturday morning.

 

OTHER KEY GAMES

5:00pm - #31 H-F at #35 LWN

5:00pm - #15 LWE at #32 LWW

 


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GAME RECAPS (Friday, April 25)

 

 

 

BROTHER RICE TOURNAMENT

Waubonsie Valley 19 Latin 5

Cameron Steele poured in 7 goals, Bradin Krug netted 6 scores, and Nathan Morris scored 2 times in the Warriors' 19-5 win over Latin. Ian Reyes, Jon McWhirter, Kay Anderssen and Mitch Kroening each added one score in the win.

 

Lockport 13 Curie 8

Jake Jagodzinski scored 4 goals and Jake Speechley netted 3 scores as Lockport got past Curie 13-8 on Friday. Joey Tomczuk, Matt Olinski, and Zach Elias each added 2 goals while Pat Melaniphy and Tyler Trench combined to stop 8 shots in the Porters' win.

 

 

FEATURED EVENT

GLENBROOK SOUTH TOURNAMENT

Glenbrook South 14 Prospect 7

Brant Boczek scored 7 goals to lead the hosts to a 14-7 win over Prospect. Cam Mauer recorded 2 goals in the loss for the Knights.

 

Hersey 8 New Trier 7

Jack Carroll registered 4 goals as the Huskies edged New Trier 8-7 on Friday. Alex Grant scored 3 times in the loss for the Trevians.

 

Naperville North 17 Evanston 6

Garrett Nash and Gianmarco Duin each scored 3 goals and both Joe Tomashek and Nolan Roberts put in 2 goals as the top-ranked Huskies defeated Evanston 17-6. Joe Seguine-Hall and Liam O'Connor both tallied 2 goals in the loss for the Wildkits.

 

Glenbrook South 8 Libertyville 5

Jake Nelson recorded 4 goals to help the Titans get past Libertyville 8-5. Adam King scored 4 goals in the loss for the Wildcats.

 

Palatine 12 New Trier 7

Kristian Kalev scored 6 goals and Wally Kleinfeldt added 3 goals for the Pirates as they got past New Trier 12-7 on Friday. Omar El Hoffi added 2 goals and he and Kleinfeldt both drew 3 ejections in the win. Ryan Schlaiss added one goal and Charlie Davis made 13 saves in the win. Chandler Tempest put in 2 goals for the Trevians in the loss.

 

Naperville North 15 Lake Forest 3

Nolan Roberts totaled 5 goals to lead the Huskies to a 15-3 victory over the Scouts on Friday evening.

 

OTHER KEY GAMES

Homewood-Flossmoor 12 Lincoln-Way North 5

Haden Santefort scored 5 goals, Broc Thompson netted 3 scores, and Jakobi McClellan blocked 16 shots and scored once in the Vikings' 12-5 win over LWN. Marcus Perry also tallied 2 scores in the win.

 

Jones-Payton 13 Westinghouse 10

Will Macellaio tallied 4 scores, Jared Williams and Steven Fitzgerald each scored 3 times, and Joey Walner put in 2 goals in the Eagles' 13-10 win over Westinghouse. Anfernee Sturdivant and Dante Navarro each scored 4 goals and Nigel Edmonds added 2 scores in the loss for Westinghouse.

 

St Viator 16 Meadows 6

Eric Sutton totaled 5 goals and drew 3 ejections while Brennan McGuire, Keegan Finn, and Shea Boyer all scored 2 times in the Lions' 16-6 win over Meadows. Alec Resendez, Charlie Crothers, and Zach Benson each added one goal and Resendez and Frank Skorski combined to stop 8 shots in the victory.

 


 

GAME RECAPS (Friday, April 25)

 

 

 

FEATURED EVENT

STEVENSON TOURNAMENT

Rockford 10 Mundelein 8

Hannah Raymond scored 4 times and Kara Vandawater netted 3 goals as Rockford beat Mundelein 10-8 on Friday. Emily Garcia scored 3 goals, Allie Booth and Ellie Wingender put in 2 scores, and Anna Ward scored once in the loss for the Mustangs.

 

Stevenson 12 EGR 3

Allison Travetto and Annika Hotchkiss both scored 3 goals to help Stevenson get past EGR 12-3. Morgan Roberts scored 2 times in the loss for EGR.

 

Okemos 9 Fenwick 6

Michigan's top-ranked team overcame an early deficit to pull away from the top-ranked team in Illinois as Okemos earned a 9-6 win on Friday night over Fenwick. Katie Dudley recorded 5 goals in the win for the visitors. Catie Wallace and Maggie Sheean each tallied 2 scores in the loss for the Friars.

 

Mother McAuley 8 Rockford 3

Clare Bryar and Fran Williamson both recorded 3 goals and Maggie Hennigan scored 2 times to help lift Mother McAuley over Rockford 8-3. Hannah Raymond scored 2 goals in the loss for the Rams.

 

Okemos 11 Stevenson 7

Katie Dudley scored 4 goals and Sarah Williams notched 3 scores to help Okemos top Stevenson 11-7 on Friday. Allison Travetto totaled 4 goals and Melissa Gartenberg scored 2 times in the loss for the hosts.

 

 

 

KEEP AN EYE ON

NAPERVILLE CENTRAL TOURNAMENT

Naperville Central 8 Jenison 2

Kaela Codo scored 3 goals and both Jessica Fox and Kristina Altuve notched 2 scores as the hosts earned an 8-2 win over Jenison after trailing 1-0 after the opening period. Michelle Spaits scored once and Emily Westlove totaled 7 steals and 5 assists in the Redhawks' win. Rachel Byrnes scored 2 times and Wixie Lehman made 8 saves in the loss for the visitors.

 

Sandburg 13 Jenison 7

Sarah Dolitsky recorded 6 goals and Clare Lawlor scored 4 times in the Eagles' 13-7 win over Jenison on Friday night. Mara O'Connor, Stephanie Pappas, and Tricia Mangila each added one goal in the winning effort. Rachel Byrnes scored 3 times and Bailey Arnold notched 2 scores in the loss for the visitors from Michigan.

 

OTHER KEY GAMES

Conant 9 Bremen 6

Angie Skittone scored 4 goals, Carmen Rosas added 3 scores, and Maddy Demaret blocked 16 shots in the Cougars' 9-6 victory over Bremen. Kaitlyn Claffey and Sam Wooley both added one goal and made 4 steals in the winning effort. Hannah Schultz recorded 5 goals, Sarah Minnich scored once, and Melissa Barrios stopped 11 shots in the loss for the Red Jaguars.

 

Jones-Payton 15 Westinghouse 7

Rebecca Sudworth registered 7 goals and Marlee Nork scored 3 times to help the Eagles earn a 15-7 win over Westinghouse. Bellay Yeung and Sky Gamino each added 2 goals and Aleksrandra Borysiewicz put in one goal in the victory. Alina Hillery also blocked 15 shots for J-P. Alejandra Izquierdo scored 5 goals and Maddie Garcia scored 2 times in the losing effort.

 

Lincoln-Way East 15 Lincoln-Way West 6

Taryn Linke scored 5 times, Zoe Spada notched 4 scores, and Lauren VanderVelde put in 2 goals as the Griffins got past LWW 15-6.

 

Lincoln-Way North 12 Homewood-Flossmoor 6

Niki Beringer registered 5 scores and Laura Wolf stopped 13 shots as the Phoenix beat H-F 12-6.

 

Vernon Hills 11 Highland Park 4

Lauren Wood and Lisa Cheng each scored 3 goals and Katy Udesky stopped 8 shots in the Cougars' 11-4 victory over Highland Park. Morgan Levy totaled 2 goals and 5 assists, Melanie Schaffer scored 2 times, and Elena Ochoa scored once and made 6 steals in the victory.

 


 

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