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QUARTERFINAL #1

Fenwick 10 Barrington 9

Q1:The teams traded cautious possessions early on before David Francisco and Jack Krieps each made key saves to keep the game scoreless. Fenwick gets a rebound chance from in close but the post came to the rescue for the Broncos. Ramses Flores delivered the game-opening goal for the Friars from the point after the sophomore found an opening in the defense. Kyle Mitchell opened the scoring for the Broncos to tie the game at 1-1 before Krieps made another key save to keep the game tied nearing the final minute of the period. Neither team found a great opening in the last minute and the teams headed to their respective benches with the score tied at 1-1.

 

Q2: The teams traded possessions in the first two minutes of the second quarter without any great looks. Steven Fischer gave the Broncos their first lead and John Fischer added another from 7-meters after an ejection to put Barrington on top 3-1. Matt Hoban provided a quick response for the Friars on the other end to make the score 3-2. A good opportunity for Fenwick at the 1:10 mark was knocked down by Krieps and the Friars defense forced a turnover to get the ball back quickly on the other end. Krieps tips another shot away from the corner in the final minute of the period to preserve the one goal lead. The Friars scored as the first-half buzzer sounded with the goal credited to Hoban.

 

Q3: Noah Groll started the second half scoring for the Friars as they reclaimed the lead, but Kyle Mitchell put in his second score of the contest to even things up at 4-4. After a stop, Mitchell scored his third of the game to put Barrington ahead 5-4. Fenwick timeout with 2:03 remaining in the period. John Fischer connected to the right corner from near 7-meters with 1:21 left as the Broncos took a 6-4 lead. In the closing seconds, the Broncos drew an ejection, called timeout, and John Fischer scored from the right post to put Barrington ahead 7-4 after the third period.

 

Q4: Matt Hoban struck first for Fenwick to cut the lead to 7-5 with 6:01 remaining in regulation. The teams have gone back-and-forth without a scoring chance before Fenwick gets possession and calls timeout with 4:02 left. The Friars drew an ejection after the timeout, Krieps made one save, but Ivan Soto cuts the lead to one with 3:22 left. The teams have gone back and forth with nearly non-stop scoring and Soto and Luis Murphy have each added goals while Mitchell and Colin O'Leary have each scored once. After an ejection and a timeout, Soto fired a rocket in from the left side to tie the score at 9-9. Barrington timeout with :46 seconds left. Hoban made a perimeter steal and went coast-to-coast to score a breakaway goal to give Fenwick a 10-9 win! The Friars made a steal on Barrington's last effort and run out the clock for the win.

 

SCORING

Barrington - Kyle Mitchell (4), John Fischer (3), Steven Fischer, Colin O'Leary

Fenwick - Matt Hoban (4), Ivan Soto (3), Luis Murphy, Noah Groll, Ramses Flores

 

 

QUARTERFINAL #2

New Trier 8 Lyons 5

Q1: Danilo Scekic started the scoring for the Trevians on the team's first possession. The defenses have taken over since then, with the Lions preventing a 6-on-5 attempt to stay within one of the Trevians. Backhand goal from the left post for Ben Eszias as the Lions even things up at 1-1 with 2:40 left in the first period. Scekic added his second of the period to put New Trier back ahead 2-1 as the final minute of the period approaches. Cameron Cowan and the Lions' defense made a solid stop in the closing seconds of the period as the Trevians take a 2-1 lead into the second quarter.

 

Q2: Eszias connected on his second goal of the first half to even things at 2-2 early in the period. Armin Korsos followed that effort with a goal of his own to give Lyons their first lead of the contest. Cole Maizel and Cameron Cowan have both come up big with second quarter saves as the teams enter the final minute of the half with Lyons still leading 3-2.

 

Q3: Mason McQuet scored from the point early in the period to level the game at 3-3. Remy Musikantow added another for the Trevians, who lead 4-3 at the midway point of the period. McQuet added another as the Trevians' 3-0 run forces the Lions to call a timeout trailing 5-3 with 3:20 left in the third quarter. Musikantow added his second to continue the Trevians' run after the Lions were stopped after the break in the action. Frank McCarter has the answer for the Lions as they get back within two late in the period.

 

Q4: Two minutes into the final period as New Trier still leads 6-4. Neither team can find an opening as the midpoint of the period has come and gone. Henry Yavitt (possibly) drew an ejection at the 2:52 mark as New Trier calls timeout to set up a play. The Lions made a key stop and were able to cut the lead to 6-5 on McCarter's second goal, but Musikantow responded quickly with a goal and Henry Yavitt sealed the win with a late goal as New Trier beat Lyons 8-5 to advance to the semifinal round.

 

SCORING

New Trier - Remy Musikantow (3), Danilo Scekic (2), Mason McQuet (2), Henry Yavitt

Lyons - Ben Eszias (2), Frank McCarter (2), Armin Korsos,

 

 

QUARTERFINAL #3

Stevenson 18 LWE 9

Q1: The teams traded possessions early on before Andrew Shashin got Stevenson on the board with the game's opening goal. The Griffins' drew an ejection midway through the period but the Patriots' defense forced a quick turnover to keep their one-goal advantage. The Patriots added four additional goals before the end of the period to take a 5-0 into the first break.

 

Q2: Andrew Brozovic gets LWE on the board with an early Q2 goal but Rahul Arun responds to put Stevenson ahead 6-1 with 5:42 left in the half. Shashin added another goal after a penalty shot. Brozovic added his second goal in response to trim the hosts' lead to 7-2 with just under four minutes left until halftime. Collin Kapecki added a goal on the other end for Stevenson to up the lead to 8-2. Dan Maleski slammed a shot in from close range and added another on the Patriots' next trip to increase the lead to 10-2 before the break.

 

Q3: Brozovic struck first for the Griffins in the second half to cut the lead to 10-3. Shashin scored his fifth on the other end two possessions later to up the lead to 11-3. After a stop, Arun netted his second goal from the left side to make the score 12-3. The Griffins earned a penalty that Tom Trojniar converted successfully to trim the lead to 12-4. Jason Parkinson followed that effort with his first goal to make the score 12-5. Collin Kapecki responded with a goal for the Patriots at the 2:32 mark. Shashin added his sixth of the game in the final minute of the period as the hosts take a 14-5 lead into the last seven minutes.

 

Q4: Eric Osuch scored to open the final period for the Patriots. The Griffins followed with two straight goals, the second coming off a beautiful pass from Jason Parkinson to Jonathan Limp, who easily found the back of the net from in front of the goal. Shashin scored on Stevenson's next trip down the pool to increase the lead to 16-7. Parkinson added another score on a penalty shot to make the score 16-8, but Maleski earned a hat trick with his third of the contest to bump the lead to 17-8 with 2:08 remaining. Jake Abercrombie scored his first of the contest in the final minute. Varun Ganesh closed out the victory for the Patriots with his first goal as the Patriots beat LWE 18-9.

 

SCORING

Stevenson - Andrew Shashin (7), Dan Maleski (4), Collin Kapecki (2), Eric Osuch (2), Rahul Arun (2),  Varun Ganesh

LWE - Andrew Brozovic (3), Jason Parkinson (3), Tom Trojniar, Jake Abercrombie, Jonathan Limp

 

 

QUARTERFINAL #4

Naperville Central 18 St Ignatius 2

Q1: Lucas Nervig started the scoring for Naperville Central as the Redhawks jumped out to an early 1-0 lead. Brad Sanford added a goal for Central midway through the period to increase the lead to 2-0. Cam Dougherty and Dominic May each added goals before the end of the period as the defending champions hold a 4-0 lead over the Wolfpack after one quarter.

 

Q2: Matt Reagan opened the scoring in the second period to give the Redhawks a 5-0 advantage. Luke Klein-Collins added another score one minute later to up the lead to 6-0. Matt Stern, Nolan Vaughn and Luke Klein-Collins all added goals before the final minute of the period and the Redhawks tacked on 2 additional scores before the break.

 

Q3: The Redhawks have added three scores by the midpoint of the period, with Dominic May scoring the latest goal. The Redhawks lead 14-0 with 2:30 remaining in the period. May added one more goal before the end of the quarter as the defending champs lead the Wolfpack 15-0.

 

Q4: Andreas Christy and Gus Enger each scored for the Wolfpack in the early stages of the final period. The Redhawks also added 3 goals to increase their lead to 18-2 with 1:30 remaining.

 

SCORING

NC - Dominic May (4), Nolan Vaughn (3), Luke Klein-Collins (2), Matt Reagan (2), Bender Russo, Brad Sandford, Cam Dougherty, Lucas Nervig, Matt Stern, Matt Wooten, Sean Jackson

SICP - Andreas Christy, Gus Enger

 


 

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