High School Sports Roundup for Sept. 4, 2012
September 4, 2012 11:14PM
Updated: September 4, 2012 11:14PM
Reavis 4, Lincoln-Way North 1: Kamil Szczesniak netted a hat trick for visiting Reavis (5-1).
Marist 2, Bloom 0: Brandon Rizzo’s goal aided host Marist (5-1-1).
Lincoln-Way East 3, Manteno 2: Seth Adams and Conor Hughes were among the goal scorers for host Lincoln-Way East (3-0-3).
Oak Lawn 3, Oak Forest 2: Chris Figus was among the goal scorers for host Oak Lawn (4-1, 1-0) in the South Suburban crossover.
St. Laurence 3, Kennedy 1: Andres Garcia’s two goals lifted host St. Laurence (3-2).
Andrew 3, Brother Rice 0: James Ulrich was among the goal scorers for host Andrew (7-0).
Evergreen Park 5, Thornton Fractional co-op 4: Tobi Oladejo scored three times for host Evergreen Park (2-2, 1-0) in the South Suburban crossover.
Illinois Lutheran 3, Beecher 2: Justin Clayton had a goal and two assists to power host Illinois Lutheran (7-1, 3-0) in the River Valley.
Bremen 1, Argo 0 (SO): Adrian Alvarado scored the deciding goal as visiting Bremen (3-2, 1-0) won the penalty-kick shootout 4-3. Eric West made 12 saves for the Braves in the South Suburban crossover. Argo fell to 4-2-1, 0-1.
Eisenhower 170, Argo 184: Argo’s Anthony Rago fired a 2-over 38 to secure medalist accolades in the South Suburban Red dual at Cog Hill’s No. 1 Course. Nick Curta (39) led Eisenhower.
Evergreen Park 178, Richards 187: Medalist Aaron Green-VanZee (42) led Evergreen Park in the South Suburban Red dual at The Meadows.
Lincoln-Way East 150, Lincoln-Way Central 151: Lincoln-Way Central’s Bryant Bolden and Lincoln-Way East’s Jake White each shot 35 in sharing medalist honors in the SouthWest Suburban crossover at The Sanctuary.
Rich South 214, Rich East 216: Medalist Caleb Warner registered a 45 for Rich East in the Southland meet at Deer Creek.
Joliet Township co-op 158, Lincoln-Way North 169: Drew Korosic and Vince Locicero each shot 41 for Lincoln-Way North in the SouthWest Suburban crossover at Ravisloe.
Tinley Park 169, T.F. South 182: T.F. South’s Maggie Sloan (40) was the medalist in the South Suburban Blue dual at The Sanctuary. Jim Kelly and Tremayne Hollis had 41s for Tinley Park.
Lockport 154, Andrew 176: Lockport’s Kyle Yaeger was the medalist by defeating teammate Mark Baker in a scorecard playoff after both had rounds of 38 in the SouthWest Suburban crossover at Silver Lake’s North Course.
Chicago Christian 169, Shepard 183: Chicago Christian’s Alek Svabek and Blaine Wright notched 40s to share first place at Gleneagles.
Glenbard South 166, Illiana Christian 177: Matthew Zandstra’s 42 led Illiana Christian in the Metro Suburban meet at Cantigny’s Lakeside Course in Wheaton.
Lemont 165, Bremen 195: Lemont’s Ben Groselak (40) was tops in the South Suburban Blue meet at Cog Hill No. 1.
Marian Catholic triangular: Neil Doyle and Mike Millsap each shot 42 as Marian Catholic (171) took third behind Benet (164) and Joliet Catholic (167) in the East Suburban Catholic meet at Lincoln Oaks.
Boys Cross Country
Reavis quadrangular: Jesus Rojas won the 3-mile race in 17 minutes, 35 seconds as Eisenhower (19 points) defeated Reavis (57), De La Salle (86) and Kennedy (89).
No. 2 Mother McAuley 25-25, Mount Assisi 19-7: Courtney Joyce posted 10 assists and Ryan DeJarld added eight kills for visiting Mother McAuley (4-0, 1-0) in the GCAC Red.
No. 4 Lincoln-Way East 25-25, Downers Grove North 23-12: Visiting Lincoln-Way East improved to 3-0.
No. 8 Stagg 25-25, Argo 7-14: Alexa Janus (9 assists) and Kellie Senese (6 kills) led host Stagg (6-2).
Richards 25-25, Bremen 16-16: Bridget Ferrin had nine assists and three aces for visiting Richards (6-1, 3-0) in the South Suburban crossover.
Rich Central 25-25, Thornton 18-18: Daivonya High had 11 assists for host Rich Central (1-1).
Lincoln-Way North 25-25, Joliet West 23-20: Ashley Pickert had eight kills and Shannon Murphy added 12 assists for visiting Lincoln-Way North (7-2) in the SouthWest Suburban crossover.
Illiana Christian 25-25, Elmwood Park 14-16: Kyle Van Roekel notched six kills to pace visiting Illiana Christian (3-5) in its Metro Suburban opener.
Morgan Park Academy 25-25, Woodlands 17-19: Katelyn Healy supplied 12 kills for visiting Morgan Park Academy (2-1, 1-0) in the Independent School League.
Lincoln-Way West 25-27, Oak Forest 14-25: Sarah Wegrzyn’s nine kills and 12 digs led visiting Lincoln-Way West (5-3). Kathy Flanagan had seven kills for Oak Forest (5-4).
Clifton Central 20-25-26, Beecher 25-16-24: Meghan Jacobson notched seven kills for visiting Beecher (2-1).
Mother McAuley 172, St. Ignatius 196: Carly Bettinardi, of Mother McAuley, was the medalist with a 2-over 38 in the GCAC dual at The Meadows.
Lemont 184, Glenbard South 214: Medalist Bridget Lynn shot a 42 for Lemont at Woodbine.
Mount Assisi 216, Riverside-Brookfield 262: Mount Assisi’s Jesse Batsakis (46) was the medalist at Fresh Meadows in Hillside.
Homewood-Flossmoor 217, Andrew 234: Medalist Kendall Paris registered a 49 to guide Homewood-Flossmoor in the SouthWest Suburban crossover at Silver Lake’s South Course.
Oak Forest 208, Queen of Peace 262: Oak Forest’s Kelly McEathron (44) had the lowest score at Dunne National.
Stagg 204, Lockport 204: Stagg’s Taylor Lambertsen was the medalist with a 42 in the SouthWest Suburban crossover at Silver Lake’s Rolling Hills Course.
Tinley Park 3, Shepard 2: Haley Wilcox and Jourdan Collins posted singles wins for host Tinley Park in the South Suburban crossover.
Sandburg 7, Lincoln-Way Central 0: Andrea Dunn won at No. 1 singles for visiting Sandburg in the SouthWest Suburban crossover.
Oak Lawn 3, Hillcrest 2: Claudia Maka (No. 1 singles) prevailed for visiting Oak Lawn in the South Suburban crossover.
Lemont 3, Reavis 2: Sam Drafke and Kelsey Motto won at top-seeded doubles for host Lemont in the South Suburban crossover.
Rich Central 4, Rich East 1: Ashley Dennard posted a victory at No. 1 singles for visiting Rich Central in the Southland meet.
Marian Catholic 4, Bishop McNamara 1: Christina deBustros (No. 2 singles) prevailed for visiting Marian Catholic in the East Suburban Catholic.
Andrew 5, Bolingbrook 2: Meg McGuire was a winner at No. 2 singles for host Andrew in the SouthWest Suburban crossover.
Chicago Christian 5, Queen of Peace 0: Raquel Hamstra and Megan (No. 1 doubles) Wise won in straight sets to spark visiting Chicago Christian.
Oak Forest 4, Richards 1: Ilona LaRoche, of host Oak Forest, won in three sets at top-seeded singles in the South Suburban crossover.
Argo 5, T.F. North 0: Kinga Stanek won at No. 1 singles for visiting Argo in the South Suburban crossover.
Girls Cross Country
Reavis quadrangular: Eisenhower’s Dalila Alcala (22:19) had the top time in the 3-mile race. Reavis (27) won the meet ahead of Eisenhower (61), Queen of Peace (63) and De La Salle (81).
Lincoln-Way North 122, Homewood-Flossmoor 58: Cheyenne DeGraff won the 100-yard backstroke (59.81 seconds) to pace visiting Lincoln-Way North in the SouthWest Suburban crossover.
Lemont 98, Reavis 79: Annette Lesnicki set a pool record in winning the 100 butterfly (1 minute, 3.48 seconds) for visiting Lemont in the South Suburban crossover.
Richards 55, Thornton Fractional co-op 37: Visiting Richards won the 200 medley relay (2:10.85) in the South Suburban crossover.
Lockport 99, Stagg 86: No times were given in the SouthWest Suburban crossover in Palos Hills. Sophia Shalabi (50 freestyle) was among the winners for Stagg.
Oak Lawn triangular: Hannah Egan was first in the 100 free (27.10) in leading Tinley Park (121 points) past South Suburban foes Shepard (108) and Oak Lawn (90). Shepard’s Maggie Frausto prevailed in the 200 individual medley (3:11.52).
Eisenhower triangular: Victoria Lambton won the 100 fly and 200 as Evergreen Park (159) beat Eisenhower (76) and Bremen (51) in the South Suburban meet.
Lincoln-Way West quadrangular. No team scores were provided for the meet won by Lincoln-Way West. The Warriors were led by Emily Gallagher, who set school and pool records in winning the 100 breaststroke (1:07) and 200 free (1:59.43). Marian Catholic, Crete-Monee and Joliet Township co-op also competed.
Contributing: Josh Krockey