THURSDAY, MAY 16
Hersey 2, Stevenson 0 (2OT)
All the game's scoring came in overtime as Casey Weyhrich scored off a Lauren Gierman assist and Gierman hitting a left-footed cracker from 25 yards out to the side netting, both in the first overtime period. The Huskies will next take on Carmel in a 3A sectional semifinal match.
Plainfield North 3, Oswego 0
Ashley Handwork scored three goals and Shanya Dheel added two assists in the win, sending Plainfield North to a 3A sectional semifinal against Waubonsie Valley next week.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 15
Downers Grove South 10, Willowbrook 1
After a quick goal from Willowbrook in the first minute of the game, the Mustangs responded with 10 unanswered goals, 6 by freshmen. Lexi Dimovski went into the game as a sub at the 30 minute mark and scored on an unassisted goal 2 minutes later. Fellow freshman Autumn Rasmussen then finished off a fake from Emily Wauer. Dimovski would then find teammate Nicole Janowiak at the top of the box to pull the Mustangs to a 4-1 lead. Rasmussen added to the lead off a feed from Stephanie Zurales. Zurales would then end the scoring frenzy in the first half with her own goal. The scoring continued in the second half as Dimovski found the back of the net two times in a 30 second span, one a header goal off a cross from Stephanie Hall. Janowiak, Rasmussen, and Jenny Adams would finish up the scoring for the Mustangs. South (13-8-1) will host Benet Saturday in the regional final.
York 4, Morton 0
The Dukes got goals from Bryce Banuelos, Jamie Kovatchis, Annalisa Lappo, and Edith Flores, and assists from Alyssa Kovatchis, Annalisa Lappo, and Flores.
Naperville Central 4, Bolingbrook 0
Abby Joyce, Grace Orndorff, Autumn Muckenhirn, and Veronica Ellis scored for Central (15-4-3), with assists from Orndorff, Ellis, Meredith Tunney, and Nikkie Alore. Abby Hershik was in net for the Redhawks' 12th shutout of the season.
Neuqua Valley 8, West Aurora 0
Gianna Dal Pozzo and Katie Ciesiulka each had two goals and an assist for the Wildcats (15-3-1). Lauren Ciesla, Sabrina Gerogeff, Amanda Fenton, and Shannon Donlon aslo scored in the win, with assists coming from Hope D'Addario, Brooke Ksiazek, Kiley Czerwinski, Dannah Williams, Taylor Sparbanie, and Abby Mazur. Courtney Keefer was in net for Neuqua's 14th shutout of the year.
TUESDAY, MAY 14
Glenbard East 2, Downers Grove North 0
The Rams' Veronica Fairbairn posted her 10 shutout of the season in net and in the process became the program's all-time career leader with 28 shutouts. Alex Ruffer and Brittany Paganucci scored for East (11-5-4) while the Trojans' season ended at 8-9-0. The Rams will take on Lyons Township in a Class 3A regional title game on Friday.
Carmel 5, Rolling Meadows 0
Carmel (17-1-0) got two goals from Elizabeth Bream and one apiece from Meegan Johnston, Annie DeVenere, and Maggie Avampato, plus two assists from Caitlin Murphy and one apiece from DeVenere, Sarah Bowles, and Colleen Foley. Jenna Bauer was in net for Carmel's 12th shutout of the season.
Hersey 7, Waukegan 0
Casey Weyhrich scored a hat-trick and Lauren Gierman had 2 goals and 2 assists to lead the Huskies (12-4-5), while Amy Kappelman and Sarah Magnuson struck once apiece. Hersey will host Stevenson in a Class 3A regional title game on Friday.
Benet 10 Farragut 0
Katie Baumann and Kate Hennessy each had two goals in the win for Benet (16-4-1). Meaghan O'Hara, Amanda Kaiser, Ellie Bumpus, Carissa Tsouchlos, Hannah Pfeiffer, and Amanda Smairat also scored for the Redwings.
Metea Valley 5, Plainfield Central 0
Jenna Kentgen scored twice for Metea Valley (10-6-1), which also got a goal apiece from Alena Sidwell, Rachel Warnock, and Cailin La Rocque. Sidwell, Haley Wentz, Warnock, and Caleigh Purcell all assisted in the win over the Wildcats (8-13-2). Megan Geldernick and Kylie Dunning shared time in net in the Mustangs' 5th shutout of the year. Metea Valley will take on Waubonsie Valley in a Class 3A regional title game on Friday.
St. Francis 10, Kennedy 0
The Spartans (15-1-0) got two goals apiece from Taylor Van Thournout, Alexa Zepeda, and Sarah Rahman, and one apiece from Kaity Bucaro, Andrea Ravlin, and Anna Vonderhaar. Kaity Bucaro also had three assists, Emma Fickle had two, and St. Francis got one assist each from Corky Hart and Regan Kasprak.
Plainfield East 8, East Aurora 0
Shayna Dheel had two goals and two assists and the Tigers (20-3-0) got two goals apiece from Ashley Handwork and Brooke Polonus, and one from Heather Handwork in the win.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 8
Carmel 9, Marian Central 0
Meegan Johnston netted 4 goals and had 1 assist, and Elizabeth Bream had 1 goal and 2 assists to lead the Corsairs (17-1-0). Carmel also got goals from Claire Ogrinc, Caitlin Murphy, Bri Carlson, and Kayla Handel, and assists from Handel, Sadie Jung, Annie DiVenere, and 2 from Katie Sandecki, while Jenna Bauer made 1 save in the team's 11th shutout of the year.
TUESDAY, MAY 7
Downers Grove South 10, Proviso East 0
The Mustangs (12-7-1) finished up conference 6-0 after a 10-0 win over visiting Proviso East. Senior Kelly Stapleton had 4 goals for the Mustangs (assists by Autumn Rasmussen, Ava Porlier and Jess Koehler). Also scoring for South was freshman Autumn Rasmussen, Brittney Dietz (assist Rasmussen), Nicole Janowiak, Jenny Adams (assist Lexi Dimovski), Ava Porlier (off a free kick), and Stephanie Zurales (assist Koehler). Downers South will wrap up the regular season at York on Thursday night.
York 8, Proviso West 0
Bryce Banuelos had 3 goals and 2 assists to lead the Dukes (11-4-2). ,Kylie Bowman, Kate Leonard, Alyssa Kovatchis, Jamie Kovatchis, and Kelly Fendley also netted goals, with Kyle Bowman getting two assists and Alyssa Kovatchis earning one.
Naperville Central 2, West Chicago 0
Veronica Ellis and Alison Kincaide scored for the Redhawks (14-4-3, 6-1-0 in DVC play) with Amanda Murphy, Autumn Muckenhirn, and Abby Joyce chipping in assists. Abby Hershik was in net for the team's 13th shutout of the season. West Chicago finished the regular season 10-9-3 overall and 1-5-1 in DVC play.
Wheaton Academy 1, Marian Central Catholic 0
The Warriors (9-8-3, 6-1 in SCC play) got a goal from Anne Hillstrom on a Kate Lindsay assist.
Neuqua Valley 7, Streamwood 0
Gianna Dal Pozzo had a hat-trick and Lauren Ciesla struck twice for Neuqua Valley (14-3-1), which also got goals from Tatiana Espinoza and Katie Ciesiulka. Hope D'Addario had two assists in the win, with Ciesiulka, Kiley Czerwinski, and Talise Romain getting one apiece.
Plainfield North 9, Oswego East 0
Ashley Handwork netted 5 goals and had 2 assists, Heather Handwork scored 3 goals, and Sara Stevens had a goal in the win for the Tigers (18-3-0, 7-0 in SPC play), while Nikki Auble and Erin Chynoweth had a pair of assists apiece. Also assisting on goals were Brooke Polonus, Kaela Leskovar, and Stevens, while Erin Wren was in net for the team's 13th shutout of the year.
MONDAY, MAY 5
Carmel 2, Stevenson 0
The Corsairs (15-1-0) got a goal apiece from Meegan Johnston and Sadie Jung, and a pair of assists from Bri Carlson in the win.
SATURDAY, MAY 4
Benet 1, Fenwick 0
Amanda Kaiser scored in the win for Benet (14-3-1, 7-1 ESCC). Emma Hlavin had the shutout in goal.
FRIDAY, MAY 3
Waubonsie Valley 4, Plainfield South 0
Kristen Dodson had a goal and two assists for Waubonsie Valley (13-3-1), while Kristen Brots had a goal and an assist. Paige Filipek and Cici Gazder also scored and Sam Stricker provided an assist in the win.
Oak Park and River Forest 6, Trinity 1
Tess Trinka scored 4 goals and the Huskies (11-5-1) got a goal apiece from Wren Osler and Erin Schrobilgen in the win. Ruby Gonzalez also chipped in 3 assists on the night and Patricia Witt Maggie Blaha had one apiece.
THURSDAY, MAY 2
Carmel 2, Marist 0
Meegan Johnston and
Sadie Jung scored and Caitlin Murphy assisted in the win for Carmel, which improved to 13-1-0 overall and 7-0 in the East Suburban Catholic Conference. Jenna Bauer made 3 saves in the team's 7th shutout of the year.
Downers Grove South 4, Leyden 0
Downers South got goals from Steph Zurales, Emily Wauer, Kelly Stapleton, and Nicole Janowiak, while keepers Jamie Furio and Katelyn Laraia shared the team's 5th shutout. South moves to 11-7-1 on the season and 5-0 in West Suburban Gold play.
Plainfield North 2, Oswego 1 (OT)
Nikki Auble scored North's first goal and Erin Chynoweth scored the game-winner in the first overtime for the Tigers (17-2-0, 7-0 in Southwest Prairie Conference play.
West Chicago 3, West Aurora 0
Andie Lazzerini, Maddie Aguilar, and Yvette Hernandez scored for the Wildcats (9-8-3, 1-4-1 in DVC play).
Hinsdale South 9, Proviso East 1
The Hornets (6-7-0, 4-2 in WSG play) got goals from Brenda Maugeri, Julie Vezzani, Alissa Lokanc, Jessica Koziol, Maggie Nicosia, Jessica Mutters, Kerry Just, Mary Claire Ladd, and Colleen McPherson, and assists from Kelly Flemm, Elisabetta Bifero, Lokanc, Maugeri, McPherson, Vezzani, and Mutters.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 1
Neuqua Valley 8, East Aurora 0
Neuqua Valley (12-3-1, 5-1 in UEC Valley play) scoring: Kiley Czerwinski (Katie Ciesiulka ),
Ciesiulka (Tatiana Espinoza),
Sabrina Georgeff (Hope D'Addario),
Georgeff (Kat Oleskowicz), D'Addario (Espinoza),
Oleskowicz (Shannon Donlon), Espinoza (Oleskowicz ),
Taylor Sparbanie (Amanda Fenton). Courtney Keefer was in net for the Wildcats' 12th shutout of the season.
Benet 8, Marian Catholic 0
Katie Baumann and Meaghan O'Hara each scored twice in the win for Benet (13-3-1, 6-1 ESCC). Michelle Morefield, Amanda Kaiser, Loretta Elder. and Kate Hennessy also scored while Jacquie Kaufman had three assists. Emma Hlavin and Christina Stopka combined for the shutout in goal.
TUESDAY, APRIL 30
Downers Grove South 6, Morton 1
Emily Wauer had a hat-trick for DG South (10-7-1, 4-0 in WSG play), which also got goals from Mia Leon, Kelly McCarthy, and Caitlyn Buorngiorno, on assists from Ava Porlier, Nicole Janowiak, Lexi Dimovski, and two from Tess Grannan
Metea Valley 7, East Aurora 1
Jenna Kentgen and Jessica Driessens scored two goals apiece for Metea Valley (9-4-0), with Alyssa Fox, Jasmine Valesquez, Paige Velez, and Emily Harvry also netting goals. Megan Morris, Kylie Dunning, and Brie Fuhrman provided assists, while Dunning made 5 saves in the win.
Oak Park and River Forest 5, Proviso West 0
Alicia Gerin and Wren Osler both struck twice for the Huskies (10-5-1, 3-2 in WSS play) and Meredith Blatner added a goal in the win, while Blatner, Tess Trinka, Maggie Blaha, Naomi Johnson, and Robin Wang all had assists on the day.
Hinsdale South 3, Addison Trail 0
The Hornets (5-7-0, 3-2 in WSG play) got goals from Brenda Maugeri, Cassie Jensen, and Shannon Kilrea, two assists from Jess Koziol and one from Maugeri.
Neuqua Valley 3, Lake Park 0
Sabrina Georgeff had a goal and an assist for Neuqua Valley (10-3-1, 4-1 in UEC Valley) in the win over Lake Park (11-5-1, 2-3), with Hope D'Addario and Gianna Dal Pozzo also tallying for the Wildcats. Kiley Czerwinski added an assist while Courtney Keefer made 4 saves in her team's 11th shutout of the year.
Wheaton Academy 2, St. Edward 1
Julia Della Torre and Emily Mascari scored for Wheaton Academy (8-6-3, 5-1 in SCC play), with Molly Thorson getting an assist on the night and keeper Julia McKee making 3 saves.
Waubonsie Valley 4, Bartlett 0
Kendall Wilde struck twice in the win for Waubonsie Valley (12-3-1, 6-0 in UEC play) over visiting Bartlett (8-11-0, 1-5). The Warriors also got goals from Kristen Dodson and Jenna Romano, and assists from Jori Romano and Paige Filipek, with Emma Rigby in net for the team's 7th shutout.
MONDAY, APRIL 29
Wheaton North 1, Oswego East 0
The Falcons (8-7-1) topped the Wolves on an Anne Denz goal for their 7th shutout of the year.
Benet 8, Bishop McNamara 0
Kate Hennessy scored twice in the win for Benet (12-3-1, 5-1 ESCC). Meaghan O'Hara, Jacquie Kaufman, Loretta Elder, Gen Hamilton, Hannah Pfeiffer, and Amanda Smairat also scored, while Christina Stopka was in net for the team's 6th shutout of the year.
St. Francis 6, Immaculate Conception 0
St. Francis (13-0-0) got a hat-trick and one assist from Taylor Van Thournout, a goal and two assists from Kaity Bucaro, and a goal and an assist from Sarah Rahman. Elli Pointer also scored, with Alyssa Ochwat and Regan Kasprak each adding an assist in the Spartans' 10th shutout of the year.
SATURDAY, APRIL 27
Prairie School, IA 1, Prospect 0 (PKs) // Prospect 3, Niles West 0 // Prospect 2, Pleasant Valley, IA 0
After losing in a shootout in Friday's opening round of the Moline Invitational, Prospect (11-4-2) bounced back with a pair of wins on Saturday. Emily Novak struck twice and Sarah LaCost scored once in a 3-0 win over Niles West, on assists from Kristen Frasco and Alli McCabe. McCabe and Rachel Suarez each scored and assisted in a 2-0 win over Pleasant Valley, IA, with Eileen McTigue in net for both shutouts.
Glenwood 4, Wheaton Academy 2
(7-6-3) got goals from Abby Olson and Anne Hillstrom on assists from Julia Della Torre.
Wheaton Warrenville South 2, St. Charles East 1
Anna Fank struck twice for the Tigers (8-4-1) on assists from A.J. Jakuszewski.
Carmel 3, Nazareth 0
The Corsairs (10-1-0, 5-0 in ESCC play) got a goal and an assist apiece from Bri Carlson and Meegan Johnston, a goal from Elizabeth Bream, and an assist from Caitlin Murphy in the Corsairs' 6th shutout of the year.
Benet 1, Palatine 0
Michelle Morefield netted for Benet (11-3-1) on an assist from Jacquie Kaufman, while Emma Hlavin was in net for the Redwings'
FRIDAY, APRIL 26
Geneva 2, Hinsdale Central 0
Geneva coach Megan Owens enjoyed her 100th win as head coach, as the Vikings got goals from Mary Landry and Molly Axen.
Buffalo Grove 2, Schaumburg 0
Jessica Kovach and Kellie Zickert netted goals for Buffalo Grove (17-0-1), with Sarah O'Connor in net for the team's 11th shutout of the season.
St Francis 6, Chicago Bulls Prep 0
Emma Fickle scored twice and the Spartans (12-0-0) got goals from Anna Vonderhaar, Kaity Bucaro, Andrea Ravlin, and Meghan Wagner in the win. Britt Douglass had two assists while Kaity Bucaro, Taylor Bucaro, and Taylor Van Thournout had one apiece.
Jacobs 1, McHenry 0
Kylie Dennison scored on a Talia Surges assist for Jacobs (5-8-1), with Ellie Samin making 5 saves in the win.
Lockport 3, Jefferson City, MO 1
Lacey Clarida scored twice and Lesh Plescia netted a goal for the Porters.
Lockport 2, West Des Moines, IA 1
Lacey Clarida scored both goals for the Porters.
Elk Grove 1, Hoffman Estates 0
Kelly Naughton scored for Elk Grove (7-3-0, 5-2 in MSL play) off an assist from Jocelyn Potratz.
THURSDAY, APRIL 25
Wheaton Warrenville South 2, Lake Zurich 1
Nikkie Molino tied the game on an assist from Erin Madigan and Dana Miller netted the game-winner on a Caroline Holmes assist for the Tigers (7-4-1)
Plainfield North 9, Romeoville 0
Ashley Handwork had 5 goals, Heather Handwork scored 2 and the Tigers (14-1-0) got a goal apiece from Lauren Martin and Sara Stevens in the win. Shayna Dheel, Emma Smith, Courtney Kroll, Megan Erickson, Megan Gill, Kaela Leskovar and Sam Elster all posted assists while Emma Veselsky earned the team's 12th shutout of the season.
Lincoln-Way West 2, Bradley-Bourbonnais 0
Natalie Tannura scored twice for the Warriors (11-5-2) on assists from Katie Brncich and Emily Wyskiel, while keeper Kayla Lojas recorded her 9th shutout of the season.
Neuqua Valley 4, Hinsdale Central 0
Hope D'Addario had a goal and an assist for Neuqua (10-2-1), which also got goals from Gianna Dal Pozzo, Sabrina Georgeff, and Shannon McBride, and assists from Talise Romain, Kiley Czerwinski, and Abby Mazur in the win. Courtney Keefer made 4 saves in the Wildcats' 5th consecutive shutout and 10th overall.
Waubonsie Valley 4, Rockford-Boylan 3 (PKs)
Waubonsie Valley (10-3-1)
got goals from Kristen Dodson, Kristen Brots, and Paige Filipek en route to a shootout win over Boylan. Dodson, Filipek, and Rachele Armand also provided assists in the win.
Naperville Central 2, New Trier 0
Nikki Alore and Ryan Dudycha scored on assists from Meredith Tunney and Kayla Rowan in the win for Naperville Central (11-2-3), with keeper Abby Hershik in net for the team's 9th shutout of the season.
Wheaton Academy 4, Chicago Christian 0
The Warriors (7-5-1) got goals from Abby Olson, Deborah Smith, Rachel Song, and Kate Lindsay, plus two assists from Emily Mascari and one from Olson. Julia McKee was in net for the team's 6th shutout of the season.
St. Francis 3, St. Edward 1
Taylor Van Thournout and Taylor Bucaro had a goal and an assist apiece in the win for the Spartans (11-0-0), while Sarah Rahman also scored off a feed from Emma Fickle.
Benet 4, Lincoln-Way Central 2
Meaghan O'Hara led the way with a goal and an assist for Benet (10-3-1), which also got goals from Loretta Elder, Michelle Morefield, and Ellie Bumpus.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24
Metea Valley 5, Bartlett 0
Metea Valley (8-4-0) got goals from Rachael Warnock, McKenzie Sheesley, Tracey McCoy, Alyssa Fox, and Cailin LaRocque, and assists from Fox and Alena Sidwell in the win. Megan Geldernick and Kylie Dunning split time in net for the Mustangs' fourth shutout of the season.
Hersey 5, Rolling Meadows 0
Lauren Gierman and Abby Wendell scored twice apiece and Casey Weyhrich added a goal in the win for Hersey (9-3-3, 6-1-1 in MSL play).
Carmel 2, Joliet Catholic 0
Bri Carlson had a goal and an assist for Carmel (9-0-0, 4-0 in ESCC play) with Caitlin Murphy also scoring and Erin Johnston posting an assist for the Corsairs. Jenna Bauer made one save in the team's fifth shutout of the season.
Waubonsie Valley 4, South Elgin 1
Morgan Kemerling scored twice for Waubonsie Valley (9-3-1), which also got goals from Kristen Dodson and Kristen Brots in the win. Assisting for the Warriors were Dodson, Kendall Wilde, and Rachele Armand.
TUESDAY, APRIL 23
Hersey 2, Palatine 0
The Huskies (8-3-3, 5-1-1 in MSL play) got a goal from Casey Weyhrich on a Lauren Gierman assist and a goal from Gierman on an assist from Kaitlyn Smetana. Hersey keeper Michaela Slosar made 2 saves in the team's 6th shutout of the season.
West Chicago 3, Glenbard South 2
Andie Lazzerini had a goal and two assists for West Chicago (7-7-2) and a goal apiece from Viri Mendoza and Ally Oglanian in the win.
MONDAY, APRIL 22
Neuqua Valley 5, Bartlett 0
Neuqua Valley (9-2-1) got a pair of goals from Sabrina Georgeff and one each from Hope D'Addario,Shannon Donlon, and Tatiana Espinoza in the win over Bartlett (8-7-0). The Wildcats also got assists from Kat Oleskowicz and Talise Romain, while Hannah Parrish made 3 saves in Neuqua's 8th shutout of the season.
Naperville Central 2, Wheaton North 0
Naperville Central (10-2-3, 4-0-0 in DVC play) got goals from Kathleen Conforti and Autumn Muckenhirn and assists from Veronica Ellis and Sabrina Cisneros, with Abby Hershik in net for the Redhawks' 9th shutout. Wheaton North fell to 6-5-1 overall and 2-2 in DVC play.
Wheaton Warrenville South 2, Glenbard North 1 (2 OT)
Anna Fank scored the game-winner on an assist from Caroline Holmes in the second overtime. South (6-4-1, 3-1 in DVC play) led 1-0 on an A.J. Jakuszewski goal off a Natalie Jensen feed before Glenbard North tied the game with two minutes remaining on an Ashley Pogue PK.
Conant 1, Palatine 1
The Cougars (6-3-3, 4-1-2 in MSL play) got a goal from Courtney O'Keefe in the tie.
SATURDAY, APRIL 20
Metea Valley 4, South Elgin 2
Jenna Kentgen scored and assisted in the win for Metea Valley (7-4). The Mustangs also got goals from Paige Velez, Alana Sidwell, and Tyler Proszowski, an assist from Megan Morris, and two assists from Alyssa Fox.
Hersey 2, Hoffman Estates 0
Lauren Gierman had both goals for Hersey (7-3-3), in the Huskies' fifth shutout of the season.
Glenbard East 1, Resurrection 0 // Glenbard East 4, Niles West 0
The Rams (9-3-2) won the Niles West tournament with two shutouts, getting a goal from KJ Nelson in the win over Resurrection and two goals apiece from Alex Ruffer and Nicole Alfaro in the win over Niles West. Rams keeper Veronica Fairbairn has now been in net for 7 shutouts this season.
Lake Park 3, Rolling Meadows 0
The Lancers (9-4-1) got two goals from Megan Lindbert and one from Caitlyn Ryba in winning this year's Lake Park/Rolling Meadows Invite.
Downers Grove South 2, Palatine 0
Autumn Rasmussen (assist from Nicole Janowiak) and kelly Stapleton (assist Emily Wauer) scored for the Mustangs, while Jamie Furio had the shutout in goal.
Neuqua Valley 5, WW South 0
The Wildcats (8-2-1) got first-half goals from
Katie Ciesiulka (assist to Shannon Donlon),
Kiley Czerwinski (assist to Ksiazek), Lauren Ciesla (assist to Hope D'Addario), and
Ciesla (assist to Dal Pozzo), and another from
Ciesiulka (assist to Dal Pozzo) in the second half in the win over the Tigers (5-4-1).
Courtney Keefer was in goal and made 1 save in the shutout for Neuqua.
FRIDAY, APRIL 19
St. Charles North 1, Divine Savior (WI) 0
The North Stars (11-1-0) won in Milwaukee on an Alex Gage freekick goal scored early in the second half from just outside the 18 box. The win marked the North Stars' 11th shutout in 12 games.
New Trier 2, Benet 1
Jacquie Kaufman scored for Benet (8-2-1) on an assist from Rachel Bernicky.
Glenbard East 3, Willowbrook 0
Veronica Fairbairn was in net for the Rams' 5th shutout, as Glenbard East (7-3-2) got two goals from
Brittany Paganucci, a goal and two assists from Alex Ruffer, and an assist from Jess DeJong in the win.
THURSDAY, APRIL 18
Andrew 2, Lincoln-Way West 1
Hope Rackelin scored the lone goal for the Warriors late in the second half to tie the game and send it into overtime. Andrew scored the game winner with 38 seconds left in the first overtime period. Warriors move to 9-5-2 on the season (0-2 in SSC).
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17
Conant 7, Wheeling 0
Leah Celarek and Rachel Raymer scored two goals each to push the Cougars (5-2-2, 3-1-1) three points ahead (13-10) of Barrington in the MSL West. Haley Anderson earned her 7th clean sheet of the season, while Alyssa Altosino and Katie Lomas also found the back of the net. The Cougars have conceded just 3 goals in 9 matches thus far.
TUESDAY, APRIL 16
Neuqua Valley 3, South Elgin 1
The Wildcats (6-2-1, 2-1 in UEC Valley play) got goals from Sophia Moreau (assist to Hope D'Addario off a corner kick), Gianna Dal Pozzo (assist to Brooke Ksiazek), and Hope D'Addario (assist to Katie Ciesiulka). Keeper
Courtney Keefer made 2 saves for Neuqua.
Jacobs 5, Hampshire 4
Kylie Dennison scored four goals and Amy Rigby added one for Jacobs (5-6-1). Keeper Ellie Samin made 4 saves in the win and the Golden Eagles' assists came from Margaret Rivera, Ally Sandbloom, Dani Blanchard, Rachael Romano, and Bailey Adams.
Conant 1, Schaumburg 0
Bianca Madonia scored the game's lone goal in the MSL showdown for Conant (4-2-2, 3-1-1 in MSL play).
St. Francis 3, Marian Central 0
The Spartans remained unbeaten at 9-0 overall and 4-0 in SCC play, getting two goals from Kaity Bucaro, a goal and an assist from Andrea Ravlin, and assists from Meg Wagner and Alexa Zepeda.
Wheaton Academy 2, Aurora Central 0
Julia Della Torre struck twice for the Warriors (6-3-1, 2-1 in SCC play) on assists from Meredith Matson and Eaden Bond.
Plainfield North 4, Plainfield East 0
Brooke Polonus scored two goals and the Tigers (12-0-0, 3-0 in SPC play) got one apiece from Ashley Handwork and Sara Stevens in the win. Stevens, Polonus, Shayna Dheel, and Reyse Stirrett had assists and Emma Veselsky was in net for
the team's 10th shutout.
Waubonsie Valley 5, East Aurora 0
The Warriors (8-1-1) got two goals apiece from Sarah Laws and Jordan Masiak, and one from Kendall Wilde in win. Masiak, Jori Romano, Cici Gazder, and Sarah Igoe recorded assists.
MONDAY, APRIL 15
Glenbard East 2, Glenbard South 0
Glenbard East (6-3-2) got goals from Taylor Hallcox and Jess DeJong, on assists from Megan Mrazek and Alex Ruff
Geneva 1, Kaneland 0
Amanda Lulek scored off a feed from Megan Kozlow for Geneva (5-6-0).
Carmel 5, Mundelein 1
Carmel (7-0-0) got 2 goals and an assist from Meegan Johnston and a goal apiece from Sadie Jung, Annie DiVenere, and Claire Ogrinc. The Corsairs also got assists from Bri Carlson, Caitlin Murphy, and Kayla Handel, and keeper Jenna Bauer made 5 saves in the win..
SATURDAY, APRIL 13
Buffalo Grove 1, New Trier 0
The Bison (12-0-1) got a goal from Kelli Zickert on an assist from Skylar Groth and Sarah O'Connor was in net for the team's 8th shutout of the season. The win moves the Bison to the title game of this year's Pepsi Showdown.
Hersey 4, Sycamore 0
Amy Kappelman scored three goals and Casey Weyhrich had three assists for Hersey (6-3-3). Kaitlyn Smetana also netted a goal for the Huskies while Lauren Gierman had an assist on the day.
Naperville North 5, West Aurora 1
Naperville North (6-0-2) got goals from five different players in Christa Szalach, Maria Grygelski, Jennifer Fortman, Abbie Boswell, and Emily Bromagen. Boswell added two assists and the Huskies got one apiece from Allison Svoboda, and Caroline Casas. Fiona Baenziger made one save in the victory.
Jacobs 1, Stevenson 1
Margaret Rivera scored in the game's 78th minute for Jacobs(3-6-1) and Golden
Eagles keeper Liz Foster made 10 saves on the day.
Young 2, Wheaton Academy 1 (OT)
Annika Pearson scored for Wheaton Academy (4-3-1) on an assist from Molly Thorson, while Azia Javier scored both goals -- including the game-winner in overtime -- for Young.
Wheaton Warrenville South 1, Fenwick 1
Caroline Holmes scored on a feed from keeper Abby Fuster, who
made six saves for the Tigers (3-3-1). Fenwick knotted the game with no time left on the clock in the game.
Prospect 1, Moline 0
Ali McCabe finished a Rachel Suarez cross in the first half as Prospect (8-1-2) captured the Knight's Invitational championship. Goalie Eileen McTigue recorded her second shutout of the day.
In the semi-final match goalie Eileen McTigue made two Penalty Kick saves to secure the victory in PK's over Rockton Hononegah. Penalty kicks by Andi Marfilius, Kim Welk, Ali McCabe, and the game winner by Emily Novak put the Knights into the tournament final.
West Chicago 1, Hinsdale Central 1
West Chicago (5-5-2) got a goal from Maddie Aguilar on a feed from Andie Lazzerini in a tie with visiting Hinsdale Central
Metea Valley 3, Glenbrook North 1
Metea Valley (6-3-0) got a hat-trick from Jenna Kentgen on assists from Paige Velez and Alena Sidwell, with keeper Kylie Dunning making 7 saves in the win.
FRIDAY, APRIL 12
Buffalo Grove 3, Rolling Meadows 0
The Bison got goals from Colleen Zickert, Sara Busse, and Jessica Kovach, and assists from Kovach, Skyler Groth, and Jessica Ahumada in the win. Sarah O'Connor and Kirsten Erickson split time in net for the team's 7th shutout of the season.
Elk Grove 6, Wheeling 0
The Grens (5-2-0) won the Mid-Suburban match as Nikki Zaino scored two goals and added two assists while Melissa Solorio recorded the shutout. Sarah Stram and Kelly Naughton both had a goal and an assist while Emily Wary and Danielle Czyzewski also scored for the winners and Stephanie Solis chipped in with an assist.
Fremd 1, Schaumburg 1
100 minutes couldn't decide last night's MSL West match as Fremd drew with Schaumburg 1-1. Michelle Mottonen scored the lone Vikings goal with Cassie Etelemaki getting the helper. Christine Piasecki was between the sticks for Fremd (3-3-2), recording (5) saves during the match.
St. Francis 5, Aurora Central 0
The Spartans (8-0-0, 3-0) got two goals from Anna Vonderhaar, a goal and two assists from Andrea Ravlin, and goals from Taylor Van Thourhnout and Sarah Rahman in the Suburban Christian Conference tilt. Kaity Bucaro and Regan Kasprak also assisted for the Spartans, who have outscored opponents 29-1 through eight games.
Minooka 2, Lincoln-Way West 1
Natalie Tannura scored the lone goal for Lincoln-Way West off an assist by Emily Wyskiel. Warriors move to 7-3-2 on the season.
THURSDAY, APRIL 11
Plainfield North 2, Huntley 1
Ashley Handwork and Shayna Dheel scored for Plainfield North (10-0-0) on assists from Brooke Polonus and Heather Handwork, sending the Tigers to Saturday's semifinals of the Pepsi Showdown.
Lyons Township 1, Hinsdale South 0
Audrey Anfield scored for Lyons (4-1-2) on an assist from Emily Lange, with Lidia Breen making three saves in the shutout over Hinsdale South (3-4-0).
Hersey 1, Lake Forest 1
Lake Forest (2-1-3) got a goal from Sydney Johnston on an assist from Paige Bourne, while Hersey (5-3-3) got a goal from Kaitlyn Smetana on a Lauren Gierman assist.
York 3, Glenbrook South 1
Alyssa Kovatchis, Ellie Ordonez, and Anne Di Canio scored, with assists coming from Ordonez, Kovatchis, and Angela Guerino for the Dukes (7-2-1), who now move on to the semifinals of the Pepsi Tournament on Saturday.
Wheaton Warrenville South 1, Lincoln-Way North 0
Nikki Molino scored at the back post with 43 seconds left in regulation
on an assist from A.J. Jakuszewski for the Tigers (3-3-0), with keeper Abby Fuster in net for the team's third shutout.
Buffalo Grove 4, Glenbrook North 1
Colleen Zickert scored on an assist from Kim Herzog, Kelli Zickert struck twice on assists from Jessica Kovach and Sara Busse, and Allie Ingham scored off a Jessica Ahumada feed for the Bison (10-0-1), who advance to Saturday's semifinals of the Pepsi Showdown.
Downers Grove South 1, Lemont 1
DG South (7-3-1) got a goal from Nicole Janowiak in the tie.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10
Benet 4, Joliet Catholic 0
Michelle Morefield scored twice in the win for Benet (7-1-1, 3-1 ESCC). Kate Hennessy added a goal and an assist, and Amanda Kaiser also scored. Emma Hlavin earned the shutout in goal.
Waubonsie Valley 2, Naperville Central 1
Kristen Dodson and Paige Filipek scored for Waubonsie Valley
(6-1-0) on assists from Tori Christenson and Jori Romano.
Prospect 2, Schaumburg 0
Goals from Kim Welk and Allison McCabe on either side of the half, and the third shutout of the season from Eileen McTigue run the Lady Knights record to 5-1-2 (3-1-1 in MSL play).
TUESDAY, APRIL 9
Wheaton North 3, Warren 1
The Falcons (3-2-1) got goals from Emily Barry, Clare Kocher, and Lexi Pelafas and an assist from Anne Denz, while keeper Jessica Kiely made three saves in the win.
Metea Valley 1, Lake Zurich 0
Alyssa Fox scored in the second half on an assist from Alena Sidwell, with Megan Geldernick in net for Metea Valley (5-2), in the Mustangs' third consecutive shutout.
Oak Park and River Forest 1, Oswego 0
OPRF (7-3-0) got a goal from Tess Trinka with 28 seconds left in the game on an assist from Olivia O'Sullivan. Huskies keeper Elise Dellegrazie made seven saves in OPRF's fifth shutout of the season.
Downers Grove South 8, Addison Trail 0
Freshman Autumn Rasmussen had her first career hat trick (two unassisted, one assist from Emily Wauer). Also scoring for the Mustangs was freshman Lexi Dimovski, Mia Leon, Emily Wauer, Kelly Stapleton, and Nicole Janowiak. Katelyn Laraia and Jamie Furio shared the shutout in goal. Mustangs move to 7-3 (3-0 in confernece).
Lincoln-Way West 3, Joliet Central 0
Cori Brennan scored two goals and Brittany Walleck struck once while Emily Wyskiel assisted on all three goals for the Warriors (7-2-2), while keeper Kayla Lojas recorded the team's sixth shutout of the season.
York 2, Loyola 1
(6-2-1) got a goal apiece from Angela Guerino and Alyssa Kovatchis in the win.
Wheaton Academy 2, Joliet Catholic 1 (PKs)
The Warriors (3-2-1) got a goal from Abby Olson on an assist from Molly Thorson
before winning in a shootout.
Waubonsie Valley 2, Lake Park 0
Rachele Armand and Kendall Wilde scored for Waubonsie Valley (5-1-0) in the win over Lake Park (4-4-1), with assists coming from Karla DiJohn and Jordan Wilde.
MONDAY, APRIL 8
Elk Grove 3, Rolling Meadows 0
Nikki Zaino scored twice on assists from Jocelyn Potratz and Emily Wary for Elk Grove (4-2-0, 2-1 in MSL play). Zaino also assisted on a goal scored by Kelly Naughton in the win.
Naperville Central 4, West Aurora 0
Abby Joyce scored three goals while Grace Orndorff added a goal and two assists for the Redhawks (6-1-1, 2-0 in DVC play) in a home game against the Blackhawks (4-4-1, 0-2). Veronica Ellis and Sabrina Cisneros had an assist each while Central keepers Abby Hershik and Nikki Connors shared the shutout.
Jacobs 6, Woodstock 0
Kylie Dennison had two goals and two assists for the Golden Eagles (3-4-0), while Kelly Grady, Bailey Adams, and Margaret Rivera had a goal and an assist apiece.Payton Berg also scored in the victory.
Benet 3, Nazareth 2 (2OT)
Michelle Morefield, Meaghan O'Hara, and Amanda Kaiser scored in the win for Benet (6-1-1, 2-1 ESCC), while Claire Elenteny, Ellie Bumpus, and Lindsy Kendrick assisted on the goals.
Carmel 4, Lakes 0
The Corsairs (5-0-0) got two goals from Meegan Johnston and one apiece from Elizabeth Bream and Bri Carlson, with Leah Lach and Sadie Jung chipping in assists.
SATURDAY, APRIL 6
Naperville Central 1, Schaumburg 0
Naperville Central (5-1-1) scored on an Abby Joyce head shot off a corner kick taken by Sabrina Cisneros, with Abby Hershik making 5 saves in the Redhawks' fourth shutout of the year.
Neuqua Valley 4, Freeport 2
scored three goals for the 5-1 Wildcats.
Wheaton Academy 3, U-High 0
The Warriors (2-2-1)
got two goals from Abby Olson and one from Molly Thorson in the win, with assists from Olson and Kate Lindsay.
Wheaton Warrenville South 5, Oak Park and River Forest 0
WW South (2-2) got goals from Anna Fank (Erin Madigan), Nikki Molino (Madigan), Natalie Jensen, and two from Sarah Burns (AJ Jakuzsweki) in the win over OPRF (6-3-0).
York 3, Deerfield 1
Ellie Ordonez had two goals and an assist in the win for York (5-2-1), which also got a goal from Kate Leonard and an assist from Alyssa Kovatchis.
Plainfield North 7, Warren 0
Ashley Handwork netted four goals and had two assists for the Tigers (8-0-0), while Sara Stevens, Shayna Dheel, and Tate Barney also scored in the win. North also got two assists from Sam Elster and one apiece from Heather Handwork, Nikki Auble, and Karsyn Stirrett, while keepers Erin Wren and Emma Veselsky shared the shutout.
Saint Viator 2, Providence Catholic 0
Chloe Luthringhausen and
Micaela Lonigro scored for Saint Viator (2-1-0) and Lauren Kohn added an assist in the win.
Lockport 4, St. Ignatius 0
Lacey Clarida scored all four goals for the Porters (4-1-1) as keeper Alyssa DeYoung earned the team's second shutout of the year.
Waubonsie Valley 4, Barrington 1
Waubonsie (4-1-0) got two goals apiece from Paige Filipek and Kristen Brots in the win over Barrington (4-2-0). Brots and Rachele Armand added assists for the Warriors.
Metea Valley 6, Sycamore 0
The Mustangs (4-2-0)
got a pair of goals from Jenna Kentgen and one apiece from Rachel Warnock, Katie Kennedy, Alyssa Fox, and Sara Severson, and assists from McKenzie Sheesley and Tyler Prozowski in the win. Keeper Megan Geldernick and Kylie Dunning shared the shutout, with Geldernick making four saves and Dunning saving three.
St. Charles North 2, Libertyville 0
Alex Gage netted two goals on assists from Alyssa Brandt for the North Stars (7-1-0).
Buffalo Grove 3, Oswego 1
(8-0-1) got two goals from Kelli Zickert and one from Sara Busse in the win, on asssits from Allie Ingham and Skylar Groth.
FRIDAY, APRIL 5
Glenbard East 5, Romeoville 1
Nicole Alfaro had two goals while Jess DeJong, Brittany Paganucci and Corie Ewoldt also scored for the Rams (5-2-2) in the nonconference match.
Hinsdale South 5, Leyden 0
Cassie Jensen, Maggie Nicosia, Jessica Mutters, Julie Vezzani, and Brenda Maugeri all scored for the Hornets (3-1-0), with assists coming from Vezzani and Ali Lokanc.
Buffalo Grove 3, Elk Grove 0
Buffalo Grove (7-0-1, 3-0 in MSL play) got scoring from Sara Busse (Kelli Zickert), Allie Ingham (Kelli Zickert), and Kelli Zickert, with Sarah O'Connor and Kirsten Erickson sharing the shutout over Elk Grove (3-2-0, 1-1)
Hersey 9, Wheeling 0
The Huskies (3-2-1, 2-1 in MSL play) were led by Kaitlin Smetana with 3 goals and Lauren Gierman with 2 goals and 1 assist.
Conant 4, Rolling Meadows 0
The Cougars (2-2-1, 1-1 in MSL play)
got goals from Sidney O'Keefe, Alyssa Altosino, Katie Lomas, and Leah Celarek in the win.
THURSDAY, APRIL 4
Plainfield North 1, Hinsdale Central 0
Shayna Dheel scored a first half goal on an assist from Heather Handwork for Plainfield North (7-0-0), with Erin Wren in net for the Tigers' sixth consecutive shutout. Hinsdale Central is now 4-1-1.
Downers Grove South 2, Glenbard West 1
Downers South (6-2-0) scored just before halftime on a goal from Stephanie Hall off an assist from Tess Grannan. Emily Wauer assisted on Nicole Janowiak’s second-half goal in the win, while Glenbard West got a goal from Alex Levin in the loss.
St. Francis 4, Guerin 0
The Spartans (5-0-0) got goals from Sarah Rahman, Emma Fickle, Elli Pointer, and Rachel Rahman in the win, with assists from Fickle and Britt Douglass.
York 4, Morton 1
York (4-2-1) got two goals and an assist from Alyssa Kovatchis, a goal and two assists from Bryce Banuelos, and Kylie Bowman also scored in the Dukes' win.
Glenbard East 1, Glenbard North 1
Alex Ruffer scored for the Rams (4-2-3, 0-1-1 in DVC play) while the Panthers scored off an Ashley Pogue throw-in.
Jacobs 3, Grayslake North 0
Jacobs (2-3) got goals from Margaret Rivera, Kylie Dennison (Danielle Blanchard), and Kelly Grady ( Amy Rigby) in the win. Liz Foster had four saves in the shutout.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3
Prospect 6, Rolling Meadows 1
Andi Marfilius netted a hat-trick and Prospect got goals from Emily Novak, Sarah LaCost, and Allison McCabe in improving to 3-0-1 overall and 1-0 in MSL play. Prospect keeper Eileen McTigue made 4 saves and the Knights got assists from Rosie Pettenuzzo and McCabe.
Hersey 1, Barrington 0
In the MSL crossover, Hersey (2-2-1, 1-1) beat Barrington (3-1, 2-1) on a goal from Casey Weyrich off an assist from Lauren Harris. Morgan Harris had 9 saves for the Huskies.
Naperville Central 1, Geneva 0
Naperville Central (4-1-0) got a goal from Alison Kincaide, assisted by Veronica Ellis and set up by a Sabrina Cisneros corner kick in the second half. Central keeper Abby Hershik earned the shutout over Geneva (3-3-0).
TUESDAY, APRIL 2
Downers Grove South 2, Willowbrook 0
The Mustangs (5-2) won the West Suburban Conference Gold home match as Katelyn Laraia recorded the shutout while Tess Grannan and Brittany Dietz each scored a goal for the winners.
Wheaton Academy 6, Guerin 0
Kate Lindsay had a hat-trick for the Warriors (1-1-1)
, who also got goals from Abby Olson, Molly Thorson, and Eaden Bond, with Olson also assisting on two goals.
Naperville Central 3, Glenbard East 2
Naperville Central (3-1-0, 1-0 in DVC play) got goals from Alison Kincaide (Veronca Ellis), Amanda Murphy (Kathleen Conforti), and Abby Joyce (Grace Orndorff) in the win over Glenbard East (4-2-1, 0-1). Alex Ruffer and Jess DeJong scored for East, which got 17 saves from keeper Veronica Fairbairn.
Hinsdale South 1, Morton 0
Alissa Lokanc netted the game's lone goal for the Hornets (2-0) with Vanessa Niestrom earning the shutout in the West Suburban Conference Gold match.
Lincoln-Way East 1, Bradley-Bourbonnais 0
Katie Kazmierczak was in net for the Griffins' (2-3-1) third consecutive shutout.
Waubonsie Valley 5, Oswego 0
Kristen Brots scored twice and the Warriors (3-1)
got a goal apiece from Kristen Dodson, Jori Romano, and Kendall Wilde. Tori Christensen had two assists while Jenna Romano and Rachele Armand had one apiece.
Carmel 6, Prairie Ridge 1
Carmel (3-0) got two goals from Elizabeth Bream and one apiece from Meegan Johnston, Claire Ogrinc, Sadie Jung, and Annie DiVenere, with Ogrinc and Bri Carlson posting assists. Keeper Jenna Bauer made five saves in the win.
Naperville North 3, Wheaton North 0
The Huskies (1-0-1) got a pair of goals from Abbie Boswell and one from Claire Hilburger, on assists from Sarah Feder, Cora Climo, and Jillian Van Kampen, with keeper Fiona Baenziger posting the shutout.
MONDAY, APRIL 1
Carmel 10, Bishop-McNamara 0
Elizabeth Bream tallied four goals, Bri Carlson had three, Meegan Johnston scored twice and Emily Helle had a goal for the Corsairs (2-0), while keeper Jenna Bauer posted the shutout.
SATURDAY, MARCH 30
West Aurora 6, Joliet Central 0
The Blackhawks got a pair of goals apiece from Reilly Kulakowski
and Sam O'Brien, and one each from Catalina Campos and Yulissa Espino in the win. Jasmine Meija earned the shutout in net for West Aurora (2-2-1).
Hersey 3, Maine South 1
Casey Weyrich and Lauren Gierman each had a goal and an assist while Amy Kappelman added the other goal for the Huskies.
Geneva 1, O'Fallon 0
The Vikings added to their 5-0 win at Granite City on Thursday with another shutout as Amanda Lulek scored the lone goal off of an assist from Megan Kozlow.
Lincoln-Way West 8, Rich South 0
The Warriors (6-1-1) were led by Natalie Tannura, who scored three goals and handed out an assist. Cori Brennan scored twice and had two assists while Brittany Walleck, Bri Darlage and Sydney Schumacher also had goals. Emily Wyskiel and Katie Brncich had two assists apiece while Kendall Watson and Kayla Lojas also handed out assists.
St. Charles North 8, Lincoln-Way Central 0
The North Stars used six first half goals as they captured second place in the Downers Grove South Invite. The win capped special week for since 13-year coach Ruth Vostal recorded her 200th victory with the North Stars. Alyssa Brandt scored twice and added an assist, Jenny Barr had two goals and Ashlyn Walter chipped in with a goal and an assist. Natalie Winkates, Alex Gage and Sophie Pohl picked up the other goals while Kelly Manski and Darcy Stoecklin also had assists.
Willowbrook 1, Wheaton Academy 0
Melissa Rader scored off of an assist from Jessica Budig in the late going as Willowbrook got past Wheaton Academy (0-1-1).
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27
West Aurora 7, Morris 1
The Blackhawks got two goals apiece from Sam O'Brien, Yulissa Espino, and Daniela Bueno, and one from Reilly Kulakowski, two assists from O'Brien and one apiece from Kulakowski and Espino in the win.
TUESDAY, MARCH 26
Buffalo Grove 7, Glenbard South 0
The Bison (5-0-0) got a pair of hat-tricks from Kelli Zickert and Kim Herzog and a goal from Colleen Zickert in the win. Assists came from Allie Ingham (2), Megan Gardner, and Skylar Groth, while Sarah O'Connor earned the shutout in net.
Metea Valley 5, Shepard 1
Alyssa Fox had a goal and two assists and Rachel Warnock, Jenna Kentgen, Cailin LaRocque, and Katie Kennedy scored for the Mustangs, who also got assists from McKensie Sheesley and Paige Velez in winning their season opener.
Lincoln-Way West 4, Bloom 1
Kendall Watson, Brianna Heyer, Hope Rackelin, and Natalie Tannura scored the goals off assists from Emily Wyskiel, Cori Brennan, and Katie Brncich. The Warriors move to 4-1-1 overall.
OPRF 2, Morton 1
The Huskies (5-1-0) got goals from Erin Schrobilgen and Lauren Wilkes and two assists from Tess Trinka.
York 5, Riverside-Brookfield 0
The Dukes got two goals and three assists from Ellie Ordonez, a goal and an assist from Bryce Banuelos, and two goals from Alyssa Kovatchis.
Benet 2, Glenbard East 1
Michelle Morefield and Claire Elenteny each had a goal for Benet (3-0-1) in the win, while Hannah Pfeiffer picked up an assist. Jess DeJong tallied for Glenbard East (2-1-1).
Benet 2, Shepard 0
Sophia Elbchiri and Katie Baumann each had a goal for Benet (4-0-1) in the win. Kate Hennessy had an assist for Benet, and Christina Stopka had the shutout in goal.
SATURDAY, MARCH 23
York 3, St. Ignatius 0
Angela Guerino scored twice and Bryce Banuelos talled for the Dukes (2-0-1)
Plainfield North 1, Sandburg 0
Ashley Handwork scored on a Brooke Polonus assist as the Tigers improved to 3-0 with the win. Goalkeeper Erin Wren posted the shutout
West Chicago 1, Rolling Meadows 1
Viri Mendoza scored on an assist from Andie Lazzerini for the West Chicago (1-1-1)
Benet 1, Marist 0
Claire Elenteny scored in the win for Benet (2-0-1, 1-0 ESCC) off an assist from Lindsy Kendrick. Emma Hlavin had the shutout in goal.
FRIDAY, MARCH 22
Glenbard East 2, Willowbrook 0
The Rams (2-0-1) won the nonconference match in Villa Park as Brittany Paganucci and Jess DeJong scored goals while Bethany Wood and Alex Ruffer handed out assists. Veronica Fairbairn recorded the shutout, which was the 18th of her career.
MONDAY, MARCH 18
West Chicago 2, Schaumburg 0
The Wildcats (1-1) got goals from Andie Lazzerini and Maddie Aguilar and assists from Kayla Kirkwood and Alexa Vega on the road at Schaumburg. "(WEGO goalkeeper Gaby Navejas) made three tremendous saves for us and we're pleased with the victory. It was a great job, and great teamwork today," West Chicago coach Cesar Gomez said.
SUNDAY, MARCH 17
Lockport 3, Lincoln-Way East 2
The Porters (1-0-1) received two goals from Lacey Clarida and another score from Brynn Feeley to help them claim a SouthWest Suburban Blue victory at Toyota Park.
SATURDAY, MARCH 16
York 3, Downers Grove North 0
York (1-0-1) got a hat-trick from Alyssa Kovatchis on assists from Jaime Kovatchis, Angela Guerino, and Annalisa Lapo.
Downers Grove South 6, Oswego East 1
Mustangs (2-0) goals: Nicole Janowiak (assist Brittany Dietz), Brittany Dietz (free kick), Kelly Stapleton (header off cross from Stephanie Zurales), Kelly McCarthy (Jess Koehler), Stephanie Zurales (unassisted) and Kelly Stapleton (Ava Porlier).
Waubonsie Valley 2, Geneva 1
Kristen Dodson scored twice on assists from Zasha Gadzer and Morgan Kemerling for Waubonsie Valley (1-1).
Glenbard East 3, Addison Trail 1
Sophomores Jessica Whipple and Jordyn Fulton scored the first goals of their varsity careers and Nicole Alfaro also scored for the Rams (1-0-1). Fulton added two assists and Brittany Paganucci had one assist in the win.
Conant 3, Dundee-Crown 0
The Cougars (1-1-1) got goals from Zoe Shoro, Sidney O'Keefe, and Rachel Raymer in the win.
Lake Park 2, Vernon Hills 0
Emily Adelman scored twice for the Lancers (2-0) on assists from Lexi Ruffolo and Jessica Berkshire.
St. Charles North 2, Evanston 0
Alex Gage scored on a Kenzie Rose assist and Jenny Barr provided the helper to Alyssa Brandt as the North Stars improved to 2-0 with two shutouts to start the season.
Bartlett 4, Montini 0
Bartlett (1-2) got two goals from Kaitlin Brohani, and one apiece from Josie Dombrowski and Mariah Martinez in the win. Assists came from Dombrowski and Melissa Mershon.
FRIDAY, MARCH 15
Naperville Central 7, Whitney Young 1
Abby Joyce had 2 goals and 2 assists for the Redhawks, who also got goals from Autumn Muckenhirn, Sabrina Cisneros, Ryan Dudycha, Grace Orndorff, and Kathleen Conforti in the win. Cisneros, Alison Kincaide, Amanda Murphy, and Ellie Fricke also assisted on goals for the 2-0 Redhawks.
St. Francis 1, Glenbard North 0
The defending Class 2A champs opened the season with a win in Carol Stream, with Andrea Ravlin scoring off a Taylor Bucaro assist.
Prospect 1, New Trier 1
Martina Kowalczulk scored on an assist from Trish Benson for host Prospect, while the Trevians got a goal from Maggie Armstrong.
Elk Grove 4, Dundee-Crown 0
Melissa Solorio got the shutout in net for the Grenadiers in their season opener. Kelly Naughton had 2 goals, Nikkie Zaino had 1, and Sarah Stram had a goal and two assists. Diane Gomez and Jocelyn Potratz each had an assist in the season opener for Elk Grove.
THURSDAY, MARCH 14
Buffalo Grove 3, Vernon Hills 0
Kelli Zickert scored twice on assists from Sara Busse and Allie Ingham, and Jessica Kovach added a goal for Buffalo Grove (2-0). Keeper Kirsten Erickson earned the Bison's second shutout to start the season.
Saint Viator 4, Jacobs 1
The Lions got a goal and two assists from Chloe Luthringhausen and a goal and an assist from Megan McCollum in the win. Micaela Lonigro and Michelle Trovato also scored for Saint Viator and Erin Murphy added an assist at Olympic Park in Schaumburg.
Wheaton North 2, Whitney Young 0
:Lexi Pelafas had a goal and an assist and Claire Kocher scored for the Falcons, with Jessica Kiely getting the shutout.
Downers Grove South 3, Lincoln-Way East 1
Stephanie Zurales scored twice on assists from Nicky Janowiak and Jenny Adams and Ava Porlier added a goal for DG South in a season opener for both teams.
Mustangs keepers Jamie Furio and Katelyn Laraia combined for 8 saves.
Lockport 1, Stagg 1
Alley Brehm scored on a Lacey Clarida assist for Lockport in the Porters' season opener.
Hinsdale Central 1, St. Ignatius 0
Allison Cerny scored for the Red Devils on a Meghan Schick assist.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13
Lincoln-Way West 7, Richards 0
The Warriors (2-0) won their quarterfinal match of the Windy City Classic, with Emily Wyskiel and Hope Rackelin getting two goals and an assist each. Additional goals were scored by Natalie Tannura, Brianna Heyer, and Jenna Serrano, with assists by Kara Winans(2), Kendall Watson, and Natalie Tannura. Kayla Lojas recorded her second shutout of the season in goal.
Plainfield North 7, Lane Tech 2
The Tigers (1-0) got three goals from Ashley Handwork and one apiece from Heather Handwork, Shayna Dheel, Sara Stevens, and Megan Erickson. Assists came from Ashley Handwork, Heather Handwork, Shayna Dheel, Sara Stevens, Kaela Leskovar, Sam Elster, and Brooke Polonus.
TUESDAY, MARCH 12
Prospect 1, Lake Zurich 0
The Knights' Rachel Suarez scored off an assist from Emily Novak and "(goalkeeper) Eileen McTigue recorded the shutout and played outstanding behind a strong defensive effort from her backline," Prospect coach Tom Froats said.
Fremd 1, St. Charles East 0
Michelle Mottonen scored for the Vikings and keeper Christine Piasecki had six saves in the shutout.
MONDAY, MARCH 11
Lincoln-Way West 2, Leyden 0
Emily Wyskiel and Cori Brennan scored for the Warriors off of assists by Katie Brncich and Brianna Darlage. Kayla Lojas recorded the shutout in goal. West advances to the quarterfinals of the Windy City Ram Classic.