Danny Farmer registered 6 goals and Ryan Masi scored 4 times as
Fenwick outscored Barrington 9-2 late in the second half to survive
a scare from the Broncos to earn a 16-9 win as they advance to the
sectional semifinal round. Colin Daly added 2 late goals while
Andrew Bertschy, Jack Mahoney, Bailey Wendt and Mickey McGuire each
scored once in the win. Chase Lesniak netted 3 goals and Matt
Gouskos scored 2 times in the loss for the Broncos, who tied the
game at 7-7 late in the third period before succumbing to the late
Stevenson 12 Lincoln-Way Central 4
Collin Kapecki recorded 4 goals, Dan Maleski scored 3 times
and both Andrew Shashin and Kurt Holzer scored 2 times as the
Patriots earned a 12-4 victory over Lincoln-Way Central on Friday.
The hosts put together a 6-0 run in the second quarter to pull away
from the Knights, who were led by Pat Burke's 2 second-half goals.
St Ignatius 20 New Trier 9
Shane Hughes registered 7 goals and the trio of Andreas Christy,
Billy Barth and Gunnar Glaab each put in 3 scores as Ignatius jumped
out to a 10-0 lead in the second quarter en route to a 20-9 victory
over New Trier. The Trevians got a bit closer after a 3-0 run to end
the first half, but the Wolfpack proved to have too much firepower
and pulled away in the second half. Jack Dunn added 2 goals and
Brendan Stelmach added one score in the winning effort. Chandler
Tempest netted 5 goals, Alex Grant scored 3 times and Danilo Scekic
put in one goal in the loss for the Trevians.
Lyons 13 Naperville Central 11
Sam Szczepaniak scored 4 goals and Tommy Kaptur notched 3 scores as
the Lions built an 11-6 lead by the middle of the third period and
staved off a late rally to beat Naperville Central 13-11 to advance
to the state semifinals.
Szczepaniak and Nathan Henderson each scored 2 goals and Adam
Cardone scored once during a 5-0 run by the Lions that helped break
the game open. Nick Walker, who led the Redhawks with 6 scores,
tallied 3 straight goals to cut the LT lead to 11-9 before George
Lundgren converted on a 5m shot to put LT ahead 12-9. Walker
responded with another goal and Kyle Jackson scored his fourth of
the game to trim the lead to 12-11, but Szczepaniak's left-handed
lob shot helped seal the Lions win. Central had multiple chances to
score down the stretch but could not find the back of the net by the
time the final horn sounded.