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Naperville Central 12 New Trier 4

Q1: Rylee Brower scored a hat trick in the opening quarter to help Naperville Central take a 5-2 lead over New Trier. Sarah Caywood responded to Brower's early pair of goals with a pair of her own, but Brower, Anne Marie Gunn and Emily Westlove each scored once as part of Central's 3-0 run to finish the opening quarter.


Q2: Both defenses put the clamps down for over six minutes until Allie Larkin found the right corner of the cage from the left side to cut the Redhawks' lead to 5-3 at halftime. The Trevians nearly got closer earlier in the period but Central goalkeeper Sara Campbell made a key save followed by a steal that prevented a breakaway chance.


Q3: Charlotte Albright struck first for the Redhawks in the second half from outside 5-meters...Westlove scored her second of the contest from near 7-meters to make the score 7-3...Albright added her second of the period off a rebound and Central held the Trevians scoreless for the duration of the seven minutes to take an 8-3 lead in the final quarter.


Q4: Brower recorded her fourth score of the contest in the opening minute of the final period and added her fifth just moments later to give the Redhawks a 10-3 advantage. Alli Hansen scored a counterattack goal with a lob at the 4:02 mark to make the score 11-3. Westlove scored one minute later to put the Redhawks ahead 12-3 with 3:00 remaining in regulation. Sarah Caywood earned a hat trick in the final two minutes with a penalty shot conversion to make the score 12-4, but the Redhawks prevented any further chances and secured the victory.



NC: Rylee Brower (5), Emily Westlove (3), Charlotte Albright (2), Alli Hansen, Anne Marie Gunn

NT: Sarah Caywood (3), Allie Larkin




Fenwick 9 Prospect 3

Q1: Kelly Frumkin started the scoring for the Friars on the team's second possession, but Colleen Doyle responded just over one minute later to even things at 1-1 midway through the first period. Mary Clare McAleer made a pair of key saves for the Knights to keep the game level heading into the final three minutes. Harper Daniels rocked the post with a shot from 5-meters that Prospect recovered, but Kate Mackie eventually gave the Friars a 2-1 lead at the 1:24 mark.


Q2: The defenses have remained steady through the first three minutes of the second quarter, with the Friars holding onto a 2-1 lead. McAleer has made two straight saves on consecutive trips down the pool by the Friars. Sam Rodriguez made a key save on one end and Frumkin finds an opening inside 5-meters to put the Friars ahead 3-1 at the 2:02 mark. After a stop, Kassy Rodriguez found Molly McGuire open and the junior recorded her first tally to put Fenwick in front 4-1 late in the half. Frumkin recorded her third score of the half in the closing seconds as the defending champions took a 5-1 lead into the break.


Q3: Millie Sheean opened the scoring for the Friars, but Gracie Dix quickly responded to trim the Fenwick lead to 6-2. McGuire added her second of the contest with 1:30 left in the period as the Friars take a 7-2 lead into the final minute of the frame.


Q4: Frumkin scored her fourth goal of the contest from near 2-meters with 5:46 left and Fenwick went ahead of the Knights 8-2. Sixteen seconds later, Megan Pfeiffer provided a response with a goal on the other end, but Kelsey Sullivan answered right back to make the score 9-3. Neither team has been able to find an opening and the Friars call timeout with two minutes left leading by six goals.



Fenwick: Kelly Frumkin (4), Molly McGuire (2), Kate Mackie, Kelsey Sullivan, Millie Sheean

Prospect: Colleen Doyle, Gracie Dix, Megan Pfeiffer




Stevenson 20 St Ignatius 9

Q1: Stephania Lopez connected from 7-meters just ten seconds into the period, but Lauren Maloney and Eileen Hoang quickly responded to give Stevenson a 2-1 lead. Claire Haas tallied her first score on the next trip down for the hosts to make the score 3-1 and Maloney took a pass from Haas and notched her second score to make it 4-1 midway through the period. In the final minute, Maloney assisted Hoang on a breakaway goal to put the Patriots ahead 5-1. Georgia Goldrick responded with a goal with less than two seconds on the clock, but Haas netted her second goal with a long-distance goal at the horn.


Q2: Hoang earned a hat trick just over one minute into the second period, but Emma Dolan quickly fired back for the Wolfpack to trim the Patriots' advantage to 7-3. After a timeout, Eleanor Michaud pushed in a rebound goal to give Stevenson an 8-3 advantage. Georgia Goldrick answered back for the Wolfpack after a turnover in transition left her alone for a breakaway goal. Carson Goldrick scored on the next possession for SICP, but Haas eventually stopped the Wolfpack run with her third score to give the hosts a 9-5 lead. Hoang added her fourth tally immediately after en ejection to make the score 10-5.


Q3: Stevenson earned an early ejection and eventually Haas connected on her third score. After a quick stop, Fiona Gaffney scored at the 6:02 mark, prompting St Ignatius to call a timeout. The Wolfpack were unable to make a dent in the Stevenson lead after the break, then Haas assisted Hoang on her fifth score before scoring her fifth goal as well just moments later. Amelia Eastman added to the scoring for the hosts midway through the period (15-5). Julia Nicholson pushed in a rebound goal for the Patriots on their next trip down the pool (16-5). Bella Greenspan assisted Amelia Eastman on another Stevenson goal as the teams went under the three minute mark, but Brianna Gist stopped the Patriots' run with a goal from near 4-meters. After a timeout, Greenspan netted her first goal after earning an assist earlier in the period.


Q4: Brianna Gist opened the scoring in the final period for the Wolfpack, who still trail 18-7 with 4:28 left in regulation. Kalista Tapas responded with her first goal of the contest to push the lead to 19-7. Emma Dolan and Georgia Goldrick scored back-to-back goals in the final two minutes. Maanasa Devabhaktuni added one final score as Stevenson earned a trip to the semifinal round after earning a 20-9 victory.



Stevenson: Claire Haas (5), Eileen Hoang (5), Lauren Maloney (3), Bella Greenspan (2), Kalista Tapas, Eleanor Michaud, Fiona Gaffney, Julia Nicholson, Maanasa Devabhaktuni

St Ignatius: Georgia Goldrick (3), Brianna Gist (2), Emma Dolan (2), Carson Goldrick, Stephania Lopez




Mother McAuley 14 Lincoln-Way Central 7

Q1: Jill Mueller scored on the Mighty Macs first possession and McAuley added a quick second goal to take a 2-0 lead. Caroline Heathcock and Nicole McCabe scored back-to-back goals to tie the game. Kate Fischer broke the tie with just under two minutes left in the opening period. Claire Connors produced a solid save to prevent a goal late in the period. Connors made another save at the end of the period with the Mighty Macs leading 3-2.


Q2: Nicole McCabe lobs one in from inside 4m to tie the game at 3-3 but Paulina Correa quickly responds
for a 4-3 McAuley lead. McCabe answers again on the other end and the teams are even again at 4-4. Later in the period, Becky Schofield tied the score at 5-5 with a rocket from the left side, but Caroline Heathcock had an answer to put the Knights ahead of McAuley 6-5 at the 3:00 mark. The defenses held strong in the final minutes of the half with Claire Connors elevating to make a key save as the buzzer sounded.


Q3: Paulina Correa provided McAuley with an early equalizer on a counterattack goal to level the game at 6-6. Correa then assisted Schofield on a goal in transition as the Mighty Macs reclaimed a 7-6 lead. Caroline Heathcock tied things up quickly on the other end, but Correa and Schofield scored back-to-back goals before the Knights called a timeout. After a stop, Correa added another goal to give McAuley a 10-7 advantage. Central had a chance to get one back, but MaryKate McKendry made a key save to maintain the Catholic League side's three-goal advantage. After a few back-and-forth possessions, Correa notched her fifth score to put McAuley in front 11-7.


Q4: Correa and Schofield start the final period with one goal each as the Mighty Macs have extended their lead to 13-7. Correa scored again sixty seconds later to make the score 14-7.



LWC: Nicole McCabe (3), Caroline Heathcock (2), Erin Muellerschoen, Julia Signorelli

MM: Paulina Correa (7), Becky Schofield (4), Jill Mueller (2), Kate Fischer









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