(Saturday, May 23)
Ryan Masi recorded 6 goals and Danny Farmer tallied 4 scores as the Friars
defeated St Ignatius 17-13 in the third-place game of the state
tournament. Bailey Wendt and Jack Mahoney both added 2 goals while Chez
Daggs, Colin Daly and DJ Perez each scored once for the winners. Gunnar
Glaab recorded 5 goals, Shane Hughes scored 3 times and Billy Barth
chalked up 2 goals in the loss. Andreas Christy, Enrique Leon and Theo
Mossman also scored once in the losing effort.
Lyons 9 Stevenson 6
George Lundgren and Sam Szczepaniak each scored 3 goals and Nathan
Henderson scored 2 straight in the final period to send the Lions
past Stevenson 9-6 as they claimed the boys' state championship on
Saturday night. Lyons scored four straight goals in the opening
period following Stevenson's opener and led the rest of the way. The
Patriots got to within one with 2:50 left on a goal by Cristiano
Tomasetti. But Nathan Henderson followed a Stevenson penalty shot
miss with two straight to seal the Lions' victory. Tommy Kaptur
added one goal and Jack Linden unofficially made 12 saves. Andrew
Shashin and Kurt Holzer both netted 2 goals while Tomasetti and Alex
Kapecki each scored once in the loss.
GAME RECAPS (Saturday, May 23)
Fenwick 10 Lyons 8
Catie Wallace recorded 5 goals and Kelly Frumkin scored 4 times and
both players scored twice in the final period to help lift Fenwick
over Lyons 10-8 in the third-place game on Saturday. Jillian Wickham
added a goal for the Friars, who trailed 7-6 entering the fourth
quarter. Kaysie Stuba tallied 4 scores to lead the Lions' offense,
while Caroline Walsh scored a pair of goals and both Juia Cohen and
Emma Hirt scored once in the loss.
Stevenson 11 New Trier 3
Allison Travetto recorded 7 goals and Melissa Gartenberg scored 3
times and dished out 6 assists as the Patriots claimed their
first-ever IHSA state title with an 11-3 victory over New Trier.
Stevenson outscored the Trevians 5-0 in the second half to pull away
and earn the win. Claire Haas and Joanie Newland each added one goal
as well for the champs. Lauren Barrett, Kaleigh Dolan and Stephanie
Jodloman each put in one goal in the loss for the Trevians.