High School Roundup for Sept. 3, 2013
September 3, 2013 10:46PM
Updated: October 5, 2013 6:09AM
Lincoln-Way West 25-25, Oak Forest 20-10: Rachel Johnston (8 kills, 13 digs) and Katie Davis (15 assists) propelled host Lincoln-Way West.
Mount Assisi 25-25, Gordon Tech 22-17: Anna Broadhurst pounded eight kills to lift visiting Mount Assisi (3-4) in the GCAC crossover.
Lincoln-Way North 25-25, Bloom 10-5: Rachel Burkman (5 aces) finished with nine kills and Samantha Ritter tacked on six assists for visiting Lincoln-Way North (6-1).
Evergreen Park 25-25, Crete-Monee 22-19: Sarah Klawitter (12 digs, 7 service points) and Maddie Vojcek (8 digs) had seven kills apiece for host Evergreen Park.
Stagg 27-25, Queen of Peace 25-21: Michelle Frederick had eight kills for host Queen of Peace (1-7).
Glenbard South 23-25-25, Providence 25-20-22: Rachel Alles had 20 assists and Allie Marthaler racked up 19 digs to lead visiting Providence (2-3). Annie Cummings added 12 kills for the Celtics.
Illinois Lutheran 7, St. Anne 0: Justin Schmidtke netted a pair of goals for visiting Illinois Lutheran (5-0, 1-0) in the River Valley.
Crete-Monee 6, Oak Forest 3: Fernando Aguirre provided three goals and an assist in leading host Crete-Monee (4-1). Jake Cogan added a goal and four assists for the Warriors.
Grant Park 3, Beecher 2 (SO): Jackson Strick and Bailey Schultz notched goals in regulation for visiting Beecher (3-2) in its River Valley opener. Schultz also scored in the shootout, which Beecher lost 4-3.
Lincoln-Way Central 4, Aurora Central Catholic 1: Jake Lysick netted two goals for host Lincoln-Way Central (3-1-1).
Mount Carmel 2, U-High 1: Pavao Alevic had both goals for visiting Mount Carmel (1-2).
Best of the West Tournament
Sandburg 1, Waubonsie Valley 0: Nick Atkinson’s goal was the difference for Sandburg in the match at Naperville Central. Scott Swiontek registered the shutout.
Lincoln-Way West 1, Lockport 0: Conrad Bolster scored off an assist from Tim Cucci to boost visiting Lincoln-Way West (2-0-1).
Windy City Ram Classic
St. Laurence 3, Oak Lawn 2: Goals by Alex Rodriguez, Adrian Diaz and Mike Witkowski powered host St. Laurence (1-2) in the consolation bracket.
Shepard 5, St. Rita 0: Ivan Magana’s hat trick keyed host Shepard (1-2-1) in consolation play.
Evergreen Park 186, T.F. North 219: Medalist J.R. Wazio shot a 45 to lead Evergreen Park in the South Suburban crossover at Burnham Woods.
T.F. South 189, Eisenhower 199: Eisenhower’s Vinny Curta (38) was the medalist in the South Suburban crossover at The Meadows.
Richards 171, Bremen 271: Matt Kendryna, of Richards, led all golfers with a 40 in the South Suburban crossover at Stony Creek.
Lemont 150, Shepard 180: Medalist Joe Ziebell posted a 2-under 34 to spark Lemont in the South Suburban crossover at Cog Hill No. 1
Tinley Park 187, Oak Lawn 207: Co-medalists Nolan Jasek and Andrew Hall carded 46s to propel Tinley Park in the South Suburban crossover at Broken Arrow.
Oak Forest 161, Argo 207: Oak Forest teammates Conner Lille and Mitch Budil (39) shared medalist honors in the South Suburban crossover at Cog Hill No. 1.
Andrew 164, Stagg 176: Andrew’s Sean Yerkes (39) had the best score in the SouthWest Suburban crossover at Silver Lake.
Lincoln-Way North 160, Bolingbrook 167: Medalist Kenny Hill shot a 39 to boost Lincoln-Way North in the SouthWest Suburban crossover at Ravisloe.
Lincoln-Way East 174, Homewood-Flossmoor 220: Lincoln-Way East’s Kelly Sterling carded an even-par 36 to guide Lincoln-Way East in the SouthWest Suburban crossover at Green Garden’s Golf Course.
Marist 164, St. Ignatius 188: Ashley Kay and Anna Schieber posted 40s to lead Marist at The Meadows.
Oak Forest 214, Riverside-Brookfield 239: Medalist Jackie Pytko (44) led the way for Oak Forest at Dunne National.
Boys Cross Country
Reavis triangular: Nick Minnella won the 3-mile race in 16 minutes, 46 seconds in helping Oak Lawn (19) defeat South Suburban foes Reavis (58) and Evergreen Park (66).
Girls Cross Country
Reavis triangular: Reavis (16) captured first place behind medalist Michele Lewellen (22:01). Evergreen Park (49) and Oak Lawn (80) also competed.
Shepard triangular: Shepard’s Alondra Delfin (21:20) was the top individual in the South Suburban meet at Conkey Woods. Argo (24) was first in the team standings, followed by Shepard (31) and T.F. South (74).
De La Salle 4, Trinity 1: Khalia Powell won at top-seeded singles for visiting De La Salle in the GCAC Red.
Sandburg 5, Chicago Christian 0: Allia Obunaim and Priya Sharma (No. 1 doubles) were among the winners for host Sandburg.
Stagg 4, Mother McAuley 1: Nicole Pamphilis (No. 1) and Jillian Atkenson (No. 2) notched singles victories for host Stagg.
Homewood-Flossmoor 4, York 3: Timara Maxwell and Sophia Osabuohein improved to 5-0 at top-seeded doubles for host Homewood-Flossmoor.
Hillcrest 3, Shepard 2: Kayla Patrick prevailed at No. 1 singles for host Hillcrest in the South Suburban crossover.
Oak Forest 3, Eisenhower 2: Ilona LaRoche and Megan Fraider won their match at No. 1 doubles for host Oak Forest (3-1). Danielle Fraider and Annie Samoska added a win at No. 2 doubles for the Bengals in the South Suburban crossover.
Argo 3, Lemont 2: Karolina Nieckarz and Selena Gomez (No. 2 doubles) aided visiting Argo in the South Suburban crossover. Melissa Smith won at No. 1 singles for Lemont.
Hinsdale South 4, Lincoln-Way Central 3: Sarah Florek and Hannah Richardson won at top-seeded doubles for visiting Lincoln-Way Central.
T.F. South 3, Reavis 2: T.F. South’s Jeanne Collin won the deciding match at No. 2 singles in the South Suburban crossover in Lansing.
Stagg 107, Hinsdale South 78: Adrienne DiFoggio won the 200-yard individual medley (2:18.89) and 500 freestyle (5:23.32) for visiting Stagg.
Lemont triangular: Annette Lesnicki, Bridget Doherty, Sarah Decesare and Erin Bendle won the 200 medley relay (2:07.25) and 400 free relay (4:12.43) for host Lemont (146), which bested Argo (81) and Bremen (64) in the South Suburban meet.
Contributing: Josh Krockey