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QUARTERFINAL #1

Naperville North 13 LWE 1

Q1: Anna Tarantino opened the scoring on North's first possession as the Huskies claimed an early 1-0 lead. Taylor Wessel scored the second goal for the Huskies midway through the period then fended off the goalkeeper to backhand a shot that she later pushed over the line to give North a 3-0 lead. Timeout by LWE at the 2:49 mark. North made a stop and Isabelle Rocco scored her first of the contest to make the score 4-0. Kelsey Ryan added a goal for North with just over one minute left in the opening period to extend the lead to 5-0.

 

Q2: Both teams went scoreless for the first five minutes of the period, with LWE goalkeeper Grace Wilk making a key save to keep North off the board. The Huskies drew an ejection and called timeout at the 2:04 mark and Rocco scored her second of the game after the huddle to make the score 6-0. Halftime.

 

Q3: LWE had a solid chance early on, but Reis Parkinson's shot hit the left post. Wessel added her third goal at the 5:25 mark to increase North's advantage to 7-0. Wessel added her fourth of the contest one minute later to make the score 8-0. Rocco followed that up with her third score to make it 9-0. Wessel scored her fifth goal of the game with 2:31 left in the third period. Rocco assisted Ali Horn on her first goal after an ejection to increase the lead to 11-0 late in the third quarter.

 

Q4: Horn and Rocco both scored early in the period to up the North advantage to 13-0. Emily Costella put the Griffins on the board with just under three minutes left in the final period to cut the lead to 13-1.

 

 

QUARTERFINAL #2

Stevenson 12 Mother McAuley 9

Q1: Maddie Schultz scored the game's opening goal in transition, but Amelia Eastman responded quickly on the other end to tie the game at 1-1 midway through the opening period. Schultz scored her second off a pass from Hannah Engquist to give the Mighty Macs a 2-1 lead. Anna Mossakowski made a solid save to keep the Patriots with one score and Stevenson drew an ejection on the other end but could not convert. Enguist found Schultz open at 2m for her third goal of the contest to make the score 3-1. Lauren Maloney cut the lead to 3-2 in the final minute of the period after an ejection.

 

Q2: Jill Schultz found the left side of the net on a skip shot from 7m at the end of the shot clock to give McAuley a 4-2 lead. Eastman added her second of the contest soon after to make the score 4-3. Maloney tie the score quickly after an ejection call; 4-4 at the 5:16 mark. Claire Haas put home a rebound goal with just over four minutes left in the half to give Stevenson their first lead of the contest (5-4). Haas added another goal quickly after an ejection to push the Patriots lead to 6-4 as McAuley calls a timeout. Jill Schultz found Jill Mueller open on the left for a quick goal to cut the lead to 6-5 right after the break. Kalista Tapas scored immediately after an ejection on the other end to make the score 7-5 in favor of the hosts. Mossakowski blocked an outside shot attempt from Kate Fischer to keep the Patriots ahead by two with less than two minutes until halftime. Mossakowski denied a backhand attempt before the half came to a close as the Patriots lead McAuley 7-5 at the half.

 

Q3: Haas opened the scoring in the third period as she found an opening near 5m and slotted a shot into the left side of the cage. Becky Schofield responded on the other end with a goal from 5m. After close chances on both ends, Jill Schultz converted from inside 5m to cut the Stevenson lead to 8-7 with under two minutes left in the third period. The third quarter winds down with several close chances but no goals as Stevenson takes an 8-7 lead into the final period.

 

Q4: Haas scored the first goal of the period immediately after an ejection to give Stevenson a 9-7 lead. Schofield cut the lead to one after a timeout, lobbing a shot from outside 5m to cut the lead to one. Maloney responded on the other end to put Stevenson back ahead 10-8. Schofield found Fischer open at 2m after an ejection and she cut the lead to 10-9 with 4:11 left in regulation. Haas followed up an earlier Stevenson goal by converting a penalty shot to put Stevenson ahead 12-9 heading into the final two minutes. The Patriots were able to run the clock down to emerge with a 12-9 victory over McAuley.

 

 

QUARTERFINAL #3

Fenwick 18 Lane 5

Q1: Molly McGuire scored 2 goals and Millie Sheean scored once in the opening three minutes to give the Friars an early 3-0 lead. Sheean converted a penalty and Paulina Correa scored on the next trip down the pool to make the score 5-0. Sheean added her third goal with just under three minutes left in the period. The Indians drew an ejection but could not convert and Correa scored her second quickly on the other end. Kate Mackie added an eighth goal for the Friars with under two minutes left in the quarter. Correa added a goal at the 1:19 mark from the right side to make the score 9-0.

 

Q2: Carolina Pluta started the scoring for the Indians midway through the second quarter, but Millie Sheaan responded on the other end with a goal for the Friars.

 

Q3: The Friars have scored an additional five goals to increase the lead to 15-3 late in the third period.

 

Q4: Mikayla Koconis-O'Malley scored midway through the fourth quarter, but the Friars lead has jumped to 18-5 with under three minutes remaining. No further scoring in the last three minutes, so the Friars advance to the semifinal round with an 18-5 win over Lane.

 

 

QUARTERFINAL #4

Loyola 11 Conant 5

Q1: The Ramblers scored on their opening possession to take a 1-0 lead, but Nia Tsoulos responded with a goal two possessions later to tie the game at 1-1. Lauren Voss helped Loyola reclaim the lead on the other end within twenty seconds to make the score 2-1. Amy Rodriguez connected on a shot to  tie the game at 2-2 at the 4:02 mark. After an ejection, Voss found Grace Kern open on the left post and she put the Ramblers back on top 3-2. Voss fired in a shot in closing seconds of the period after drawing a foul to give Loyola a 4-2 lead.

 

Q2: Voss adds another score in the opening minute of the period to make the score 5-2. Aidan Koconis-O'Malley scored one minute later to increase the lead to 6-2. Voss scores again after a timeout and the Ramblers lead rises to 7-2. Olivia Olszewski scores for Conant on the other end to trim the lead to 7-3. Koconis-O'Malley scored after an ejection to increase the Loyola lead to 8-3 late in the period.

 

Q3: The teams traded goals in the third period and Loyola leads 9-4 with just seven minutes left to play.

 

Q4: The Ramblers controlled the clock throughout most of the period to prevent a Conant comeback. Voss eventually notched her fifth goal of the contest at the 2:18 mark to make the score 10-4. Voss added another score in the closing minutes, while Rodriguez scored after an ejection to cut the lead down to 11-5.

 


 

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