Lake Forest came on late to secure a 39-32 victory over Wheeling in the Class 4A Warren Regional semifinals on Feb. 15.
The Scouts (22-8) ended up winning by seven after holding a one-point lead, 26-25, after three quarters.
Freshman guard Halle Douglass led LF with 16 points, three rebounds, two assists and two steals.
LF’s other stat leaders were Delaney Williams (9 points, 5 rebounds, 4 assists) and Maeve Summerville (4 points, 5 rebounds, 2 steals).
GBN Regional Semifinal: GBS 62, GBN 24
— Glenbrook South put 23 points on the board in the opening quarter and went on to beat host Glenbrook North 62-24 in the semifinal round of the Class 4A GBN Regional on Feb. 14.
Lizzy Shaw, who scored all 10 of her points in the first quarter, and Carie Weinman (24 points) paced the GBS attack. Weinman finished the game with five three-pointers.
The Titans (22-5) also received solid work from Liz LaPierre (9 points).
GBN, which finished the year 8-18, was led by junior guard Jordan Davison (10 points).
“Come on, we pretty much knew that was coming,” said GBN head coach Danielle Fluegge.
The GBN coach is optimistic about the future.
GBN’s freshman team won the CSL North title. Last year’s freshman team did the same thing.
“We’ve got some good talent coming up,” Fluegge said. “There will be some competition [for playing time] next year.”
Junior guard Morgan Paull figures to be a key returner. She averaged 12 points per game and earned all-CSL North honors this winter.
Maine West Regional Semifinal: NT 57, Niles West 37
— Aided by balanced scoring — Jacqueline Vinson (14 points), Cate Murdock (13 points), Katherine Gjertsen (10 points) and Maggie Murdock (9 points) — New Trier was victorious in its playoff opener on Feb. 14.
In a Class 4A Maine West Regional Semifinal game, the Trevians (18-10) took care of Niles West 57-37.
Kristie Kalis also played a major role in the win. The senior had 12 rebounds, four assists and three blocks.
Gjertsen pulled down eight rebounds and added three assists. The other leading rebounders were Taite Ryan (10), Vinson (8), Maggie Murdock (6) and Cate Murdock (5).
Cate Murdock also had a team-high six assists.
Trinity Regional Semifinal: LA 60, Leyden 29
— Loyola picked up win No. 20, when the Ramblers (20-10) topped Leyden 60-29 in the semifinal round of the Class 4A Trinity Regional on Feb. 14.
LA’s top scorers were Clare Nelson (16 points), Lilly Wehman (12) and Julia Martinez (9).
GBN Regional Quarterfinal: GBN 48, Prosser 40 (OT)
— Sparked by sophomore Samm Carsello and junior Morgan Paull, host Glenbrook North claimed a 48-40 overtime win over Prosser on Feb. 13 in a Class 4A regional quarterfinal game.
Carsello scored 19 points, while Paull had 18 points.
Warren Regional Quarterfinal: Lakes 43, Highland Park 27
** See Recap.
Loyola 48, Kalamazoo Central 40
— Loyola finished the regular season on a winning note.
The Ramblers (19-10) defeated host Kalamazoo Central (Michigan) 48-40 on Feb. 11.
Clare Nelson led the way with 12 points.
New Trier 50, Maine South 39
— New Trier notched its 17th win of the season on Feb. 10.
The Trevians (17-19, 5-5) capped their regular season with a 50-39 victory over visiting Maine South on Senior Night. They have won seven of their last nine games.
Kristie Kalis led the team in scoring (15 points) and rebounding (7).
Other stat leaders included Anna Hughes (6 points), Taite Ryan (6 points), Maggie Murdock (5 points) and Katherine Gjertsen (5 points, 2 steals).
Evanston 47, Glenbrook South 40
* * See Recap.
Lake Forest 54, Zion-Benton 47
— Grace Tirzmalis and Delaney Williams led the way as Lake Forest defeated visiting Zion-Benton 53-47 on Feb. 7.
Tirzmalis tallied 18 points and pulled down three rebounds. Williams had 14 points, three assists, three steals and three rebounds.
The Scouts (21-8, 10-4) also received solid play from Maeve Summerville (9 points, 13 rebounds), Ellie Pearson (6 points, 2 rebounds), Halle Douglass (4 points, 10 assists, 5 rebounds, 3 steals) and Audrey Kaus (7 rebounds, 3 assists, 2 steals).
New Trier 55, Hinsdale Central 45
— New Trier improved to 16-10 overall, when it topped visiting Hinsdale Central 55-45 on Feb. 4.
Maggie Murdock paced the Trevians with a 17-point performance. She added seven rebounds.
Cate Murdock (11 points), Kristie Kalis (11 points, 6 rebounds, 4 blocks, 2 steals) and Tate Ryan (8 points, 9 rebounds, 3 assists) also were key contributors.
GCAC Red Tournament: Mother McAuley 41, LA 37
— Loyola ended up fourth in the GCAC Red Tournament.
The Ramblers (18-10) were defeated by Mother McAuley 41-37 in third-place game on Feb. 4 at Montini High School.
Madison Kane and Erin Dillon had nine points apiece for LA. Standout guard Julia Martinez missed the game with an ankle injury.
Glenbrook South 58, Niles West 36
— It’s safe to say that Carie Weinman has returned to top form.
The senior standout, who had been sidelined with a knee injury, tossed in 30 points in Glenbrook South’s 58-36 victory over visiting Niles West on Feb. 3. Two nights earlier, Weinman dropped in 28 in a win over Prospect.
Libbie Vanderveen came up with seven points for GBS (21-4, 8-1), while Callie Pekosh added six points.
Lake Forest 42, Lake Zurich 38
— Puttin’ 20 in the book.
Lake Forest came up with a very significant win on Feb. 3, when the Scouts defeated visiting Lake Zurich 42-38 to claim their 20th win of the season. They are now 20-8 overall and 9-4 in the North Suburban League.
Senior guard Delaney Williams led the way with 12 points, four rebounds and two steals.
Junior forward Maeve Summerville tallied 11 points, five rebounds and three blocks.
The other stat leaders were Tori Salanty (8 points), Ellie Pearson (5 points), Halle Douglass (4 points, 5 assists, 4 rebounds) and Audrey Kaus (7 rebounds, 3 assists).
GCAC Red Tournament: Montini 58, LA 46
— They were right there.
Loyola’s Ramblers nearly pulled off a win against a highly regarded Montini team on its home court on Feb. 3.
The Ramblers (18-9), who led by seven points at halftime and by one point after three quarters, ended up losing this GCAC Red Tournament semifinal contest 58-46.
LA was led by Clare Nelson (11 points) and Lilly Wehman (10 points).
The Ramblers played without top guard Julia Martinez (ankle injury).
Evanston 50, New Trier 44
— New Trier fell behind 22-14 at halftime and wound up losing to host Evanston 50-44 on Feb. 3.
Cate Murdock led the Trevians (15-10, 4-5) with 16 points.
NT’s other stat leaders were Kristie Kalis (8 points, 4 rebounds), Maggie Murdock (8 points, 3 rebounds, 3 steals) and Taite Ryan (5 points, 5 rebounds).
Highland Park 40, Deerfield 35
— Sydney Ignoffo, Addie Budnik and Kirby Bartelstein led the way as Highland Park claimed a 40-35 overtime victory over visiting Deerfield on Feb. 3.
Ignoffo continues to play at a high level. She hit some clutch free throws down the stretch to end up with a team-high 16 points.
Bartelstein also came through at the foul line late. She finished with seven points as did Budnik.
The Giants improved their league record to 5-4. They are 10-13 overall.
Maine West 77, Glenbrook North 29
— Glenbrook North fell to host Maine West 77-29 on Feb. 3.
Morgan Paull had nine points for the Spartans (7-15, 2-7).
Glenbrook South 52, Prospect 46
Paced by senior guard Carie Weinman’s 28 points, Glenbrook South secured its 20th win of the season by downing host Prospect 52-46 on Feb. 1.
Makayla Stadler (10 points, 7 steals) and Lizzy Shaw (8 points) also played well for the Titans (20-4).
GCAC Red Tournament: LA 57, Fenwick 49
— Loyola advanced to the semifinal round of the GCAC Red Tournament by downing Fenwick 57-49 at Montini High School on Jan. 31.
LA’s stars of the game were sophomore guard Julia Martinez and senior guard Madison Kane.
Kane tallied 13 of her 14 points in the second half.
Martinez led the Ramblers (18-8) in scoring (19 points) and rebounding (9).
Lake Forest 34, Libertyville 33
— Lake Forest built a 26-20 lead after three quarters and held on to beat visiting Libertyville 34-33 on Jan. 31.
It was win No. 19 for the Scouts. They are 8-4 in the North Suburban Conference.
Sophomore Grace Tirzmalis was LF’s leading scorer with 13 points.
Junior Maeve Summerville came up with 10 points, five rebounds and two steals, while senior Delaney Williams had five points, four rebounds and two steals. Halle Douglass had four assists, while Olivia Douglass had three dimes and two steals.
GCAC Tournament: LA 62, Bishop McNamara 25
— Loyola opened play in GCAC tournament on Jan. 28 by downing visiting Bishop McNamara 62-25.
Erin Dillon paced the Ramblers (17-8) with 13 points.
New Trier 54, Conant 34
— Led by Cate Murdock, Maggie Murdock and Kristie Kalis, New Trier topped visiting Conant 54-34 on Jan. 28.
It was the team’s fifth win in its last six games. The Trevians (15-9, 4-4) have won eight of their last 10 games.
Cate Murdock led the team in scoring with 16 points, while Maggie Murdock ended up with 10 points, three assists and three steals. The two sisters were a combined 5-for-7 from three-points range.
Kalis also made three three-pointers on her way to 11 points. She added eight rebounds and two steals.
Other stat leaders included Katherine Gjertsen (5 points, 2 assists), Taite Ryan (5 points, 4 rebounds, 3 steals), Jacqueline Vinson (4 rebounds, 2 steals) and Rebecca Goldman (3 assists).
Glenbrook South 49, Maine South 40
— The win streak is now at seven games.
Glenbrook South continued its winning ways with a 49-40 victory at Maine South on Jan. 27. The Titans, who improved to 7-1 in league play and 19-4 overall, were led by Callie Pekosh (17 points), Carie Weinman (11 points), Lizzy Shaw (9 points), Liz LaPierre (6 points) and Libbie Vanderveen (4 points).
New Trier 91, Niles North 29
New Trier threatened to hit the century mark in its 91-29 triumph at host Niles North on Jan. 27.
The Trevians (14-9, 4-4) definitely had the three ball going. They went 16-for-28 from beyond the arc (57 percent).
Their field goal percentage was a shiny 69.84 percent.
NT had 13 players score at least three points. The top scorers were Rebecca Goldman (13 points), Kristie Kalis (13 points), Katherine Gjertsen (12 points) and Jacqueline Vinson (10 points).
Other stat leaders included Ava Zaslavsky (7 points, 10 rebounds, 4 assists, 3 steals) and Cate Murdock (7 points, 6 rebounds, 5 assists, 2 steals). Vinson added seven rebounds, while Taite Ryan had five caroms. Gjertsen compiled six rebounds, three assists and three steals, while Maggie Murdock contributed three rebounds and two assists.
Warren 58, Lake Forest 40
— Warren could do nothing wrong in the third quarter.
The visiting Blue Devils outscored Lake Forest 24-12 in those eight minutes and went on to win this North Suburban Conference contest 58-40 on Jan. 27.
The Scouts (18-8, 7-4) were led by Grace Tirzmalis (11 points), Ellie Pearson (10 points), Olivia Douglass (7 points, 3 rebounds) and Halle Douglass (6 points, 5 rebounds, 5 assists).
Highland Park 44, Glenbrook North 34
** See Recap.
Maine South 47, Loyola 35
— Despite a strong outing by Lilly Wehman, Loyola dropped a 47-35 decision to visiting Maine South on Senior Night on Jan. 25.
Wehman finished the contest with 15 points, eight blocks and five rebounds.
The other stat leaders for the Ramblers (16-8, 2-3) were Clare Nelson (8 points, 3 rebounds), Julia Martinez (4 points, 6 assists, 6 steals) and Madison Kane (4 points, 6 rebounds, 5 steals).
Stevenson 36, Lake Forest 30
— Much closer this time.
Lake Forest put up a good fight before falling to visiting Stevenson 36-30 on Jan. 24.
Freshman guard Halle Douglass led LF with 13 points, four rebounds, three assists and two blocks.
The team’s other stat leaders were Maeve Summerville (6 points, 5 rebounds) and Grace Tirzmalis (6 points).
The Scouts (18-7, 7-3) lost to Stevenson 57-29 on Dec. 7.
Glenbrook North 43, Niles North 33
— Samm Carsello and Morgan Paull led the way as Glenbrook North defeated Niles North 42-33 on Jan. 24.
Carsello scored 14 points, while Paull came up with 11 points.
Glenbrook South 42, Hersey 39
— Glenbrook South extended its win streak to six games with a 42-39 victory over highly regarded Hersey on Jan. 21.
The host Titans (18-4, 6-1) had two players score in double digits: Carie Weinman (15) and Libbie Vandeveen (10).
Liz LaPierre added eight points, while Makayla Stadler had six points.
Deerfield 54, Glenbrook North 32
— Glenbrook North traveled to Deerfield on Jan. 20 and sustained a 54-32 defeat.
Morgan Paull led the Spartans (6-13, 2-5) in scoring with 12 points.
Lake Forest 70, Waukegan 36
— It was a nice bounce-back game for Lake Forest.
The Scouts ended a two-game skid by soundly defeating host Waukegan 70-36 on Jan. 19.
Freshman Halle Douglass paced the Scouts (18-6, 7-2) with a double double (14 points, 10 assists). She also had four rebounds and two steals.
The other stat leaders were Maeve Summerville (11 points, 4 rebounds, 3 blocks), Grace Tirzmalis (10 points, 6 rebounds, 2 steals), Ellie Pearson (7 points, 4 rebounds), Olivia Douglass (7 points), Audrey Kaus (6 points), Taylor Conley (4 points, 5 rebounds, 2 assists), Veronica Giordano (4 points, 3 rebounds, 3 steals) and Caroline Skinner (4 points, 3 steals).
Glenbrook South 44, New Trier 36
** See Gamer.
Mother McAuley 34, Loyola 30
— Loyola came up short in a road game at Mother McAuley on Jan. 19.
The Ramblers fell 34-30. They are now 2-3 in league play and 16-7 overall.
New Trier 56, Libertyville 43
— New Trier jumped out to an early 19-13 lead and went on to defeat host Libertyville 56-43 on Jan. 17.
The Trevians, who improved to 13-8 overall, have won six of their last seven games, including three in a row.
NT used a balanced attack to beat Libertyville, which is the alma mater of NT head coach Teri Rodgers. Three players reached double figures: Maggie Murdock (15), Kristie Kalis (14) and Cate Murdock (11). Katherine Gjertsen had nine points, while Jacqueline Vinson added six points on a pair of three-pointers.
Maggie Murdock and Kalis came up with three three-pointers each. Cate Murdock went 5-for-5 at the foul line.
NT outscored the host Wildcats 15-4 in the final frame.
Loyola 52, Niles North 32
— Paced by Madison Kane’s 17 points, Loyola improved to 16-6 by taking care of host Niles North 52-32 on Jan. 17
Willowbrook Shootout: Loyola 49, Hillcrest 37
— Julia Martinez led the way as Loyola got back on track.
The junior guard came up with 15 points, seven rebounds and five assists in LA’s 49-37 victory over Hillcrest in the Willowbrook Shootout on Jan. 14.
The Ramblers (15-6, 2-2) also received a strong performance from junior forward Lilly Wehman (11 rebounds, 7 blocks).
Willowbrook Shootout: NT 41, Downers Grove North 27
— Paced by Cate Murdock’s 11 points, New Trier defeated Downers Grove North 41-27 at the Willowbrook Shootout on Jan. 14.
The win improved New Trier’s overall record to 12-8.
Lane Tech 48, Glenbrook North 43 (OT)
— A win was within reach.
Glenbrook North wound up losing an overtime game to visiting Lane Tech 48-43 on Jan. 14.
Morgan Paull and Jordan Davison had 14 points apiece for the Spartans (2-4, 6-12).
Lake Forest Tournament: Day 1
** See Recap.
Vernon Hills 53, Glenbrook North 29
— Host Vernon Hills claimed a 53-29 victory over Glenbrook North on Jan. 13.
Morgan Paull had 14 points for the Spartans.
Glenbrook South 76, Niles North 43
— Fifteen players scored points for Glenbrook South in its 76-43 victory over visiting Niles North on Jan. 13.
Liz LaPierre ended up as the top scorer (14 points) for the Titans (16-4, 5-1). Libbie Vanderveen had nine points, while Makayla Stadler and Gabby Amesquita came up with eight points each. Lizzy Shaw added seven points.
New Trier 66, Niles West 40
— Senior guard Kristie Kalis was on target in New Trier’s 66-40 victory over visiting Niles West on Jan. 13.
Kalis shot 5-for-6 from the field, including 3-4 from three-point range, and 5-5 from the foul line to lead all scorers with 18 points. She also had four rebounds, two assists and two steals for the Trevians.
NT’s other stat leaders were Jacqueline Vinson (11 points, 5 rebounds, 2 steals, 2 blocks), Rebecca Goldman (9 points), Maggie Murdock (8 points, 8 rebounds, 4 steals) and Cate Murdock (6 points, 5 rebounds, 4 steals).
Montini 48, Loyola 40
— Loyola saw its five-game win streak snapped, when it fell to highly regarded Montini 48-40 on Jan. 13.
The visiting Ramblers (14-6, 2-2) were led in scoring by Clare Nelson (12 points)
Lake Forest 55, Mundelein 40
— Sparked by Maeve Summerville, Halle Douglass and Delaney Williams, Lake Forest picked up its 15th win of the season by downing visiting Mundelein 55-40 on Jan. 12.
Summerville tossed in 16 points to go along with five rebounds, four steals and two assists.
Douglass tallied 14 points, seven rebounds, four assists and three steals.
And Williams came up with 12 points, five rebounds, four steals and two assists.
The Scouts (15-5, 6-2) out-rebounded Mundelein 28-19. They had 13 turnovers compared to Mundelein’s 21.
Glenbrook South 38, Conant 27
— Glenbrook South secured win No. 15 on Jan. 11, when the Titans (15-4, 4-1) took care of visiting Conant 38-27.
Junior guard Lizzy Shaw paced the GBS attack with 10 points. Carolyn Kuhn had eight points, while Callie Pekosh and Gabby Amesquita came up with six points apiece.
Glenbrook South 43, Glenbard East 36
— Wins continue to add up for Glenbrook South. Despite having top scorer Carie Weinman sidelined with a knee injury, the Titans (14-4, 4-1) topped host Glenbard East 43-36 on Jan. 10.
The Titans were led by Liz LaPierre (14 points), Callie Pekosh (13 points) and Lizzy Shaw (7 points).
Lake Forest 39, Zion-Benton 34
— Halle Douglass is one of the area’s top newcomers.
The freshman guard proved that once again, when she tallied a team-high 12 points in Lake Forest’s 39-34 win against visiting Zion-Benton on Jan. 7. Douglass also had eight rebounds, including seven on the offensive end, and four assists.
The Scouts (14-5, 5-2) also received solid work from Maeve Summerville (9 points, 13 rebounds, 4 blocks), Delaney Williams (7 points, 5 rebounds, 3 steals), Ellie Pearson (5 points) and Olivia Douglass (4 points, 6 rebounds, 3 assists).
Fremd Shootout: Marist 65, NT 42
— Marist jumped out to a 21-14 first-quarter lead and went on to beat New Trier 65-42 in the Fremd Shootout on Jan. 7.
The Trevians (10-8, 2-3) had three players score eight points in Katherine Gjertsen, Maggie Murdock and Cate Murdock. Kristie Kalis added six points to go along with three steals.
Gjertsen did solid work on the boards, pulling down eight rebounds, including five on the offensive end.
Nicole Kaspi had two assists and two steals.
Fremd Shootout: LA 46, Batavia 26
— Junior forward Lilly Wehman tossed in 20 points to lead Loyola to a 46-26 victory over Batavia in the Fremd Shootout on Jan. 7.
It was the fifth win in a row for the Ramblers (14-5).
New Trier 51, Maine South 31
** See Recap.
Loyola 45, Evanston 41
— Julia Martinez scored 19 points to spark Loyola to a 45-41 victory over host Evanston on Jan. 5.
It was the fourth straight win for the Ramblers, who improved their overall record to 13
Lake Forest 54, Highland Park 36
— Senior guard Delaney Williams tallied 14 points to lead all scorers in Lake Forest’s 54-36 home win over Highland Park on Jan. 4.
Williams also came up with seven rebounds, three assists and three steals for the Scouts (13-5, 4-2).
LF’s other stat leaders were Maeve Summerville (10 points, 4 rebounds, 3 steals), Halle Douglass (9 points, 5 rebounds, 2 steals), Tori Salanty (6 points), Ellie Pearson (4 points, 4 rebounds) and Olivia Douglass (10 rebounds, 2 assists).
HP (6-10, 2-2) was led in scoring by freshman forward Addie Budnik (10 points).
LA 70, Mather 7
— Loyola improved its record to 12-5 with a 7-7 victory over visiting Mather on Jan. 4.
Madison Kane led the way with 15 points. Clare Nelson had 12 points.
Red Mountain Holiday Classic: LA 68, Skyline 28
— Julia Martinez continues to turn heads.
Loyola’s sophomore guard earned all-tournament honors in the Red Mountain Holiday Classic in Meza Arizona.
The Ramblers (11-5) wound up 2-2 in the four-game set. They wrapped up the tourney by downing Skyline 68-28 on Dec. 30. Madison Kane (13 points, 8 steals) and Martinez (12 points, 3 assists, 2 steals) led the way. The other key contributors included Lilly Wehman (9 points), Celia Satter (9 points) and Clare Nelson (8 points, 4 rebounds).
Florida Tournament: HP 50, Mt. Saint Charles (R.I.) 27
— Highland Park ended up with 2-1 record in its tournament in Florida after downing Mt. Saint Charles of Rhode Island on Dec. 30.
The Giants (6-9, 2-2), who placed third in their bracket, were led by sophomore guard Sydney Ignoffo (13 points) and freshman forward Addie Budnik (12 points).
Dundee-Crown Tournament: NT 57, Fenwick 50
— New Trier usually plays well at the Dundee-Crown Tournament.
So this was no surprise.
The Trevians ended up with a 3-1 record in the tourney, when they beat a solid Fenwick team 57-50 in the fifth-place game on Dec. 29.
NT, which is now two games over .500 (9-7), was led by Maggie Murdock’s 20 points. The junior guard also had three assists.
Kristie Kalis had 12 points, five rebounds and two assists, while Cate Murdock added eight points, five rebounds, three assists and two steals.
Wheaton North Tournament: GBS 54, West Aurora 37
— Glenbrook South ended up going 2-2 in the Wheaton North Tournament.
The Titans (13-4, 4-1) took down West Aurora 54-37 in a consolation game on Dec. 29. Carolyn Kuhn turned in a nice performance for GBS, tallying 20 points.
Lizzy Shaw (14 points) and Callie Pekosh (10 points) were GBS’s other top scorers.
The team played without senior guard and Denver University commit Carie Weinman, who missed the tourney due to a knee injury.
St. Viator Tournament: Plainfield North 46, GBN 33
— With its 46-33 loss to Plainfield North in the third-place game on Dec. 29, Glenbrook North finished play in the St. Viator Tournament with a 2-2 record.
GBN (2-3, 6-10) was led in scoring by Samm Carsello (12 points).
Jordan Davison didn’t play in the four-game set due to illness.
Florida Tournament: Brentwood (N.Y.) 43, HP 29
— Sydney Ignoffo fired in 19 points, but it wasn’t enough as Highland Park dropped a 43-29 decision to Brentwood, New York in Round Two of the Florida Tournament on Dec. 29.
Red Mountain Holiday Classic: LA 58, Desert Ridge 26
— Paced by Julia Martinez (14 points, 9 steals, 6 rebounds) and Lilly Wehman (13 points, 5 blocks, 4 rebounds), Loyola topped Desert Ridge 58-26 in a Day Three game in the Red Mountain Holiday Classic in Meza, Arizona on Dec. 29.
St. Viator Tournament: GBN 41, Elmwood Park 21
— Paced by Morgan Paull (12 points) and Samm Carsello (10 points), Glenbrook North downed Elmwood Park 41-21 in round three of the St. Viator Tournament on Dec. 28.
Warren Tournament: Warren 35, LF 24
Senior guard Delaney Williams and junior forward Maeve Summerville may have earned all-tourney honors, but it was Tori Salanty who came up with the big moments in the title game of the Warren Tournament.
In a 35-24 loss to the host Blue Devils on Dec. 28, the sharp-shooting Salanty tried to spark Lake Forest. The senior guard, who led the team in scoring with nine points, gunned in back-to-back three-pointers from the left corner late in third quarter. Those two treys put the Scouts (12-5, 4-2) ahead 19-17.
Salanty also hit a three-pointer in the closing minute, but it wasn’t enough as Warren sealed the win by connecting on 9 of 10 free throws in the final 46 seconds of the game.
“We were going through some offensive lulls, so Tori’s threes were big for us,” said LF head coach Kyle Wilhelm.
Defense reigned in this contest. LF (3-2 in the tourney) ended up shooting 23 percent from the field. Warren (5-0 in the tourney) shot 28 percent.
“They were physical, and they did a good job of taking away our dribble penetration,” Wilhelm said. “They made it hard for us to get to the basket. We just couldn’t get anything going offensively. It’s pretty hard to win when you only score 24 points.”
Things turned out better for LF during a North Suburban Conference game against Warren on Dec. 10. The Scouts claimed a 39-32 victory on the Warren floor.
“You don’t ever want to lose, but I thought we played hard,” said Wilhelm.
Halle Douglass just missed double figures (8 points). She added eight rebounds and two steals.
Summerville had tough shooting night (1 point), but she did pull down six rebounds to go along with four steals.
Williams had only two points, but she was credited with five assists.
Ellie Pearson returned to the lineup after missing the first four games of the tourney with an injury.
Audrey Kaus has been sidelined with an injury since the tourney opener against Grayslake Central.
Dundee-Crown Tournament: NT 41, Maine South 38
— New Trier got back on the winning track on Dec. 28, when it defeated Maine South 41-38 in a consolation-bracket game at the Dundee-Crown Tournament.
Cate Murdock led the Trevians in scoring with 17 points. Other stat leaders were Jacqueline Vinson (9 points, 2 assists), Kristie Kalis (6 points, 5 rebounds) and Katherine Gjertsen (3 rebounds, 4 assists, 4 steals).
Wheaton North Tournament: Palatine 52, GBS 44
— Lizzy Shaw came up big in Glenbrook South’s 52-44 loss to Palatine in a consolation-bracket game at the Wheaton North Tournament on Dec. 28.
Shaw, a junior guard, pumped in 21 points. Libbie Vanderveen came up with eight points, while Carolyn Kuhn added seven points.
Red Mountain Holiday Classic: Sierra Linda 48, LA 34
— Loyola went up against one of the top teams in the state of Arizona on Dec. 28.
And despite Lilly Wehman’s team-high 10 points and seven rebounds, the Ramblers fell 48-34 to eighth-ranked Sierra Linda in the second round of the Red Mountain Holiday Classic in Meza, Arizona.
Madison Kane finished with eight points, while Julia Martinez had six rebounds and two steals. Celia Sattler added five points.
St. Viator Tournament: St. Viator 50, GBN 39
— Glenbrook North dropped a 50-39 decision to the host Lions in the second round of the St. Viator Tournament on Dec. 27.
The Spartans (5-9, 2-3) were led by Nicole Amen (12 points) and Morgan Paull (11 points).
Dundee-Crown Tournament: Naperville Central 48, NT 44
— New Trier outscored Naperville Central 15-10 in the final quarter but fell short 48-44 in the second round of the Dundee-Crown Tournament on Dec. 27.
Cate Murdock fired in 17 points for the Trevians. Teammate Jacqueline Vinson had 10 points and four rebounds, while Kristie Kalis came up with five points and seven rebounds.
Warren Tournament: Carmel 45, LF 43
— Lake Forest put together a 19-point fourth quarter but it wasn’t enough in Round Four of the Warren Tournament.
Carmel escaped with a 45-43 victory on Dec. 27 despite being outscored 19-13 in the final frame.
Maeve Summerville led all scorers with 13 points. Tori Salanty tallied 11 points, while Delaney Williams came up with nine points, four assists and four steals. Halle Douglass chipped in four points, six rebounds and three assists.
Red Mountain Holiday Classic: Xavier College Prep 51, LA 49
— Wow, what an tourney opener for Loyola.
The Ramblers began play in the Red Mountain Holiday Classic in Mesa, Arizona on Dec. 27 with a tense sudden death overtime loss to Xavier College Prep 51-49.
Xavier entered the game ranked No. 7 in the state of Arizona by MaxPreps.
Julia Martinez had quite the outing for the Ramblers: 19 points, 10 rebounds, 5 steals and 3 assists. Teammate Lilly Wehman had 12 points and eight blocks, while Clare Nelson helped out with eight points.
Florida Tournament: HP 45, The Holton-Arms School (Maryland) 30
— Highland Park got off to a winning start in the opening round of its tournament in Florida on Dec. 27.
The Giants topped The Holton-Arms School of Maryland 45-30. Lily Kahn and Sydney Ignoffo had 10 points apiece in the win.
Wheaton North Tournament: Downers Grove North 49, GBS 35
— Sophomore guard Libbie Vanderveen came up with a team-high 17 points in a second-round game at the Wheaton North Tournament on Dec. 27. But her effort couldn’t keep Downers Grove North from prevailing 49-35.
Lizzy Shaw had seven points in the GBS loss.
Warren Tournament: LF 55, Phillips 47
— Lake Forest jumped out to a 21-5 lead in the first quarter and wound up beating Phillips 55-47 in the third round of the Warren Tournament on Dec. 26.
The Scouts (12-3 overall, 3-0 in the Warren Tournament) were led by Maeve Summerville. The junior didn’t miss a shot on her way to a team-high 15 points. She also had seven rebounds, five assists and two steals.
Delaney Williams ended up with 13 points, five rebounds, four assists and two steals, while Grace Tirzmalis had 10 points and four rebounds.
Freshman Halle Douglass helped the LF cause with six points, seven rebounds, six assists and two steals, while Jen Whittington contributed five points, four rebounds and two steals.
St. Viator Tournament: GBN 50, Maine East 35
— Glenbrook North came up with a strong showing in the opening round of the St. Viator Tournament on Dec. 26.
Sparked by Morgan Paull’s 15 points, the Spartans topped Maine East 50-35.
Dundee-Crown Tournament: NT 62, St. Charles North 48
— The Murdock sisters led the way.
New Trier claimed a first-round win over St. Charles North 62-48 at the Dundee-Crown Tournament on Dec. 26.
Cate Murdock had an outstanding game: 17 points, seven assists, four rebounds and four steals.
Maggie Murdock finished the contest with 13 points, four assists and four steals.
NT’s other stat leaders were Kristie Kalis (7 points, 2 steals), Taite Ryan (7 points, 5 rebounds, 2 steals, 2 assists) and Jacqueline Vinson (6 points, 4 rebounds).
Wheaton North Tournament: GBS 43, Willowbrook 27
— With star guard Carie Weinman, who averages more than 25 points per game, sidelined with a knee injury, Glenbrook South figured to have a tough go in the Wheaton North Tournament.
And yet, things worked out for the Titans in the opening game on Dec. 26. Sparked by Gabby Amesquita’s 14 points, GBS topped Willowbrook 43-27 to earn its 12th win of the season (12-2). The other scoring leaders were Liz LaPierre (9 points), Libbie Vanderveen (5 points), Carolyn Kuh (5 points) and Callie Pekosh (5 points).
Warren Tournament: LF 50, Wheeling 39
— A huge fourth quarter was the difference in Lake Forest’s second-round win over Wheeling 50-39 on Dec. 23. The Scouts outscored Wheeling 22-10 in the final eight minutes to secure the victory.
LF’s Delaney Williams led all scorers with 14 points.
The Scouts also received double figures from Grace Tirzmalis (12 points) and Halle Douglass (10 points). Maeve Summerville added eight points.
Douglass and Summerville had four rebounds each. Summerville also contributed four assists, while Williams had three assists and three steals.
Clutch free-throw shooting also helped LF’s cause. The Scouts went 14-for-17 from the foul line. Douglass was 6 for 8. Williams was 5 for 6.
Loyola 66, Niles West 46
** See recap
Glenbrook North 50, Maine East 40
— Glenbrook North got back into the win column on Dec. 22, when the Spartans (4-8, 2-3) toppled visiting Maine East 50-44.
Jordan Davison finished the contest with 24 points.
Evanston 59, Glenbrook South 56 (OT)
— Carie Weinman filled up the net again.
But her 27 points weren’t enough on Dec. 22, when Glenbrook South fell 59-56 in overtime to visiting Evanston.
The other leading scorers for the Titans (11-2, 4-1) were Callie Pekosh (12 points), Makayla Stadler (6 points) and Lizzy Shaw (5 points).
Warren Tournament: Lake Forest 28, Grayslake Central 26
— Maeve Summerville came up with a double double (13 points, 11 rebounds) to help Lake Forest edge Grayslake Central 28-26 in the opening round of the Warren Holiday Tournament on Dec. 22.
The other stat leaders for the Scouts (10-3, 4-2) included Grace Tirzmalis (6 points, 6 rebounds), Olivia Douglass (5 points, 4 rebounds) and Halle Douglass (4 points, 6 assists,5 steals, 4 rebounds).
Loyola 66, Taft 36
— Loyola improved to 8-3 with a home victory over Taft 66-36 on Dec. 22. Madison Kane led the team with 11 points.
Lake Zurich 48, Lake Forest 44
— Halle Douglass and Audrey Kaus scored in double figures in Lake Forest’s overtime loss to host Lake Zurich 48-44 on Dec. 17.
Douglass led the Scouts (9-3, 4-2) with 11 points. The freshman point guard also added four rebounds, three blocks and two assists.
Kaus, a junior forward, came up with 10 points and three rebounds.
LF’s other stat leaders were Delaney Williams (8 points, 4 assists, 3 rebounds, 3 steals), Grace Tirzmalis (4 points, 2 rebounds) and Maeve Summerville (7 rebounds).
Deerfield 45, Highland Park 36
— Eleven days before heading to Disney World for a three-game set in Florida, Highland Park hoped it would enjoy its ride home from the Kingdom of Deerfield.
But Deerfield’s Warriors quashed that aim, surviving a not-so-goofy effort (15 points, 18 rebounds) from Highland Park senior forward Lily Kahn in a 45-36 victory on Dec. 16.
“Lily played a tremendous game,” HP point guard Kirby Bartelstein said.
Neither team led by more than five points in the first half of the Central Suburban League North game. The host Warriors held a 22-21 advantage at the half and outscored the Giants 18-9 in the third quarter. A put-back bucket by Kahn, at the 2:04 mark of the fourth quarter, cut Deerfield’s lead to 41-36.
Deerfield scored the final four points — all from the free-throw line. The hosts limited the Giants (4-8, 2-2 in the CSL North) to three field goals in the second half.
Giants freshman post player Addie Budnik tallied seven of her 12 points in the first half and finished with seven rebounds. Her three-pointer had evened the contest at 10-10 with 2:40 remaining in the first frame.
HP senior Jenny Goldsher (four points) hit a pair of field goals and had three steals. Bartelstein also came up with three steals.
Kahn’s memorable night also included two blocks.
“I love her attitude,” Giants coach Jolie Bechtel said. “A double-double for Lily. She had a great game.”
Maine West 55, Glenbrook North 20
— Playing without Jordan Davison and Morgan Paull, Glenbrook North (3-8, 1-3) fell to visiting Maine West 55-20 on Dec. 16.
Samm Carsello had four points in the CSL North setback.
Glenbrook South 63, Niles West 19
— Carie Weinman was unstoppable again. The Glenbrook South senior scored 28 points in only three quarters of action as the Titans (11-1) took care of host Niles West 63-19 on Dec. 16.
The other scoring leaders were Makayla Stadler (7 points), Lizzy Shaw (6 points) and Liz LaPierre (6 points).
Evanston 44, New Trier 28
— New Trier struggled to score in its 44-28 loss against visiting Evanston on Dec. 16.
Jacqueline Vinson led the Trevians (6-6, 1-3) with eight points and three rebounds. Cate Murdock had six points and three steals. Katherine Gjertsen had five rebounds.
Lake Forest 48, Libertyville 44 (OT)
— Delaney Williams had herself a night.
The standout guard came up with a season-high 24 points in Lake Forest’s 48-44 overtime victory at Libertyville on Dec. 15.
Williams also had five rebounds, five steals and three assists.
Freshman Halle Douglass helped the LF cause with 13 points, six steals, three rebounds and two assists. Ellie Pearson had five steals, while Maeve Summerville had seven rebounds and two assists for the Scouts (9-2, 4-1).
Loyola 44, Fenwick 35
— Sophomore guard Julia Martinez was the bright spot in Loyola’s 44-35 victory over visiting Fenwick on Dec. 15.
Martinez poured in 23 points as the Ramblers improved their overall record to 7-3.
Wheeling 53, Glenbrook North 16
— A solid Wheeling squad defeated visiting Glenbrook North 53-16 on Dec. 13. Samm Carsello had six points for the Spartans.
Glenbrook South 78, Deerfield 48
— Carie Weinman exploded for 33 points in the first half as Glenbrook South rushed past host Deerfield 78-48 on Dec. 13.
With her team up big, Weinman didn’t play in the second half.
Liz LaPierre finished as the team’s second leading scorer with 14 points. Lizzy Shaw had nine points, while Libbie Vanderveen had six points.
New Trier 45, Maine West 44
— Maine West rallied in the fourth quarter but came up short against visiting New Trier 45-44 on Dec. 13.
The Warriors outscored NT 13-7 in the final frame.
New Trier was led in scoring by Maggie Murdock (12 points). Kristie Kalis had eight points, while Nicole Kaspi and Cate Murdock scored six points each. The Murdocks also had four rebounds apiece. Cate Murdock also was credited with four assists.
Trinity 43, Loyola 30
— Clare Nelson had a productive performance in Loyola’s 43-30 setback to host Trinity on Dec. 13.
The senior led the team in scoring (13 points). Nelson also had four rebounds and two steals.
The team’s other stat leaders were Lilly Wehman (8 points, 12 rebounds), Julia Martinez (7 rebounds, 4 assists) and Madison Kane (4 rebounds, 2 assists).
The Ramblers were limited to 10 points in the first half.
Lake Forest 39, Warren 32
— Highlighted by Maeve Summerville, Lake Forest defeated visiting Warren 39-32 on Dec. 10 to improve its league record to 3-1.
Summerville finished the game with 20 points, 10 rebounds, three steals and two blocks.
Delaney Williams also had a productive performance for the Scouts (8-2). The guard tallied nine points, seven rebounds, five assists and two steals.
Halle Douglass helped out with five rebounds, four steals and two assists, while Ellie Pearson had seven rebounds, two blocks and two steals.
Hersey 52, New Trier 43
— Maggie Murdock had a team-high 13 points for New Trier’s in its 52-43 loss at Hersey on Dec. 10. Murdock also had three assists.
Cate Murdock and Rebecca Goldman had six points each.
Highland Park 39, Glenbrook North 26
— Highland Park defeated visiting Glenbrook North 39-26 on Dec. 9, limiting the Spartans to a combined 16 points in the final three quarters in a Central Suburban League North contest.
Glenbrook North (3-5, 1-2) had closed the first quarter with a 10-2 run, after trailing 5-0 in the first minute.
Giants freshman post player Addie Budnik led the victors with 15 points, adding six rebounds and a pair of blocks. Sophomore guard Sydney Ignoffo scored nine points — all from three-point terrain. Senior Lily Kahn grabbed a team-high seven boards, and junior guard Kirby Bartelstein tallied all seven of her points in the third quarter, when HP poured in 16 points to take a 33-22 lead into the final frame.
HP senior guard Nicole Berardi contributed five points, and junior Jenny Goldsher came down with five rebounds.
Nicole Amen paced the Spartans with eight points, three more than junior point guard Jordan Davison’s total. North’s Samm Carsello grabbed seven boards. Teammate Morgan Paull finished with four points, six rebounds and five steals, all of her points and two of her steals coming in the fourth quarter.
HP outscored GBN 6-4 in the final eight minutes.
Glenbrook South 48, Maine South 43
** See Recap.
New Trier 70, Niles North 31
— Cate Murdock and Taite Ryan paced the attack as New Trier got back on the winning track with a 70-31 victory over visiting Niles North on Dec. 8.
Murdock tallied a game-high 15 points go along with three assists and four steals. Ryan came up with 14 points, 10 rebounds and three steals.
The Trevians, who has lost two in a row, improved to 5-4 overall and 1-2 in the CSL South.
Other contributors were Maggie Murdock (8 points), Rebecca Goldman (8 points) and Gabby Malnati (8 points, 5 rebounds).
Glenbrook North 48, Deerfield 46
— Highlighted by Jordan Davison’s 19 points, Glenbrook North got back on the winning track.
The host Spartans snapped a four-game losing streak on Dec. 6 by edging Deerfield 48-46 to improve to 3-4 overall and 1-1 in the CSL North.
Nicole Amen also helped the GBN cause with 11 points.
Stevenson 57, Lake Forest 29
— Lake Forest saw its five-game winning streak come to an end at Stevenson on Dec. 7.
The host Patriots jumped out to an 18-7 first-quarter lead and went on to win the North Suburban League tilt 57-29.
The twenty-nine points was a season low for the Scouts (7-2, 2-1).
LF’s leading scorer was guard Delaney Williams (10 points). Maeve Summerville had eight points and three rebounds, while Grace Tirzmalis had seven points.
Glenbrook South 51, New Trier 42
— Senior guard Carie Weinman poured in 23 points to lead Glenbrook South to a 51-42 victory over visiting New Trier on Dec. 6.
The Titans improved to 8-1 overall and 2-0 in the CSL South. New Trier slipped to 4-4 and 0-2.
Weinman, a University of Denver recruit, was the game’s star. She shot 8-for-17 from the field (3-for-6 from three-point land) and 4-for-4 from the stripe. She also had five steals and three rebounds. Teammate Makayla Stadler had seven points and seven rebounds, while Lizzy Shaw added six points and three steals.
Cate Murdock paced the Trevians with 16 points. Jacqueline Vinson had nine points and three rebounds. The team’s top rebounder was Taite Ryan (4).
Lake Forest 36, Glenbrook North 27
— The winning continues for Lake Forest.
The Scouts topped host Glenbrook North 36-27 on Dec. 4 to run their record to 7-1.
Junior Maeve Summerville had another productive outing for the Scouts. She finished the game with 12 points, 10 rebounds, seven steals and three blocks.
Tori Salanty hit a couple of three-pointers and wound up eight points to go along with four steals.
Halle Douglass did a little bit of everything once against for LF. The freshman had six points, nine steals, five assists and three rebounds.
Audrey Kaus also helped the LF cause by produing six points, three steals, three rebounds and two blocks.
GBN (2-4, 0-1) was led offensively by Morgan Paul (10 points) and Jordan Davison (7 points).
Marist 43, Loyola 29
— Erin Dillon had her best outing of the young season.
The junior guard connected on 4 of 5 shots from beyond the arc in Loyola’s 43-29 setback to visiting Marist on Dec. 4. She wound up as the team’s top scorer with 14 points.
LA senior Madison Kane also had a productive performance: 11 points, six rebounds and two steals.
Julia Martinez led the team in rebounds (9), assists (6) and steals (4).
Fremd 59, Glenbrook South 44
— Despite a 26-point outburst by star guard Carie Weinman, Glenbrook South sustained its first setback of the season on Dec. 3. The Titans (7-1) fell to host Fremd 59-44 in a nonconference affair.
Lizzy Shaw and Callie Pekosh had five points apiece.
Loyola 47, Sandburg 37
— Paced by Clare Nelson (12 points) and Julia Martinez (11 points), Loyola Academy claimed a 47-37 road win at Sandburg on Dec. 3.
The win improved LA’s overall record to 5-1.
Vernon Hills 61, Glenbrook North 27
— In a season-opening CSL North contest on Dec. 2, Glenbrook North fell to visiting Vernon Hills 61-27.
Samm Carsello and Morgan Paull finished the game with seven points each for GBN.
Niles West 50, New Trier 45
— In its 50-45 loss to host Niles West on Dec. 2, New Trier had three players score in double figures: Cate Murdock (14), Jacqueline Vinson (11) and Kristie Kalis (10).
The Trevians (4-3, 0-1) were outscored 14-4 in the second period.
Vinson was the team’s top rebounder (8), while Maggie Murdock led the team in assists (6). Kalis also had two steals and two blocks.
Glenbrook South 75, Niles North 34
— Glenbrook South opened play in the CSL South by downing host Niles North in convincing fashion, 75-34, on Dec. 2.
The Titans (7-0) had a lot of players figuring in the scoring: Carie Weinman (14 points), Lizzy Shaw (11), Libbie Vanderveen (9), Liz LaPierre (8), Megan Dillon (5), Janet Watson (5), Maude Tarbox (5) and Liz Kunnel (5).
Lake Forest 56, Waukegan 37
— Maeve Summerville came up with another strong showing.
The junior came up with 15 points, five rebounds and two steals in Lake Forest’s 56-37 victory over visiting Waukegan on Dec. 2.
The win improved LF’s overall mark to 6-1. They are now 2-0 in the North Suburban Conference.
LF’s other stat leaders were Grace Tirzmalis (10 points, 3 rebounds), Halle Douglass (8 points, 7 assists, 3 steals, 3 rebounds), Olivia Douglass (7 points), Ellie Pearson (6 points, 5 rebounds) and Audrey Kaus (5 points, 4 rebounds, 4 assists).
Niles West 46, Glenbrook North 40
— Samm Carsello and Jordan Davison had productive outings but it wasn’t enough as Glenbrook North fell to host Niles West 46-40 on Nov. 29.
Carsello tallied 16 points, while Davison tossed in 15 points for the Spartans (2-2).
Glenbrook South 46, Vernon Hills 40
— Carie Weinman saved her best for the second half.
The Glenbrook South senior guard tallied all of her game-high 24 points in the third and fourth quarters as the Titans topped visiting Vernon Hills 46-40 on Nov. 29.
Libbie Vanderveen had seven points for the winners. Callie Pekosh added five points.
New Trier 70, Maine East 32
— Host New Trier raced out to a 16-8 lead after the first eight minutes and wound up beating Maine East 70-32 on Nov. 29.
Maggie Murdock led the team in scoring with 10 points. Anna Hughes scored nine points, while Taite Ryan, Katy Symanietz and Cate Murdock had seven points apiece.
Jacqueline Vinson paced the Trevians (4-2) in rebounds with eight. She also have five steals.
Carla McCanna had five boards.
Lake Forest 49, Mundelein 27
— The Scouts continued to play good basketball with a decisive 49-27 victory over host Mundelein on Nov. 29.
LF jumped out to a 19-4 first-quarter advantage and never looked back. The Scouts (5-1) shot 47 percent (10-for-21) from three-point land.
Maeve Summerville led LF with 12 points (4 three-pointers), five rebounds and four steals.
Tori Salanty was 3-for-3 from beyond the arc for nine points.
Freshman guard Halle Douglass had nine points, six steals, four assists and four rebounds.
Delaney Williams (5 points, 4 steals) and Olivia Douglass (5 points, 3 rebounds) also helped out.
Waukegan Thanksgiving Tournament
— Glenbrook North had a good start to the season.
The Spartans opened the 2016-17 campaign by downing Kennedy 44-18 in the Waukegan Thanksgiving Tournament on Nov. 21. Nicole Amen led the team in scoring with 11 points. Freshman Christina Christos tallied six points in the win.
A day later, they topped Lake View 29-20 in second-round action. Faith Kim (9 points) and Christos (7 points) led the GBN attack.
Then, in the tourney finale on Nov. 23, they were defeated by host Waukegan 50-45. Kim and Christos finished the game with 13 points each.
Christos and Jamie Kempner were named to the all-tournament team.
Mundelein Thanksgiving Tournament
— Glenbrook South was the class team in the Mundelein Thanksgiving Tournament.
Led by all-tourney selections Carie Weinman, Lizzy Shaw and Gabby Amesquita, the Titans went 5-0. They capped off the five-game set by downing the host Mustangs 51-26 on Nov. 19. They also defeated Carmel 47-31, Grayslake North 70-40, Highland Park 62-31 and Grant.
Weinman was the unofficial MVP of the tournament. The University of Denver recruit finished the five games averaging 25 points per game. She also averaged six rebounds, five steals and three assists per game.
Shaw averaged 8.0 points per game in the tournament, while Callie Pekosh averaged 6.0 and Makayla Stadler 4.0.
In addition to Amesquita, the Titans also received solid play from Carolyn Kuhn, Libbie Vanderveen, Liz LaPierre, and Megan Dillon.
Meanwhile, Highland Park went 1-4 in the tournament. The team’s lone win came against Grant 48-46 on Nov. 15. The Giants dropped close games to host Mundelein 37-35 on Nov. 14 and Grayslake North 49-46 on Nov. 19, while they were more than competitive in a 39-28 setback to Carmel Catholic on Nov. 18.
Two Giants were named to the all-tourney team: sophomore guard Sydney Ignoffo and freshman forward Addie Budnik.
Vernon Hills Thanksgiving Tournament
— Lake Forest took first place in the Vernon Hills Thanksgiving Tournament with a 4-1 record in the five-game set.
** See feature story on LF junior forward Maeve Summerville.
New Trier Thanksgiving Tournament
— Loyola Academy won the NT Thanksgiving Tournament with a 4-1 record. New Trier ended up 3-2.
** See recap.