Sophomore forward Maddie Stephenson tallied the first two goals of the game to lead the charge in Lake Forest High School’s 8-0 victory over visiting Stevenson on Sept. 10.
The Scouts, who improved their record to 5-0 (in state) and 7-1 (overall), also received goals from six other sources: Sophie Metzger, Libby Thompson, Faith Fietsam, Ellie Winebrenner, Lissa Davis and Natalie Notz.
Kerry Lawler and Hannah Metzger shared the shutout in goal.
Loyola 3, Latin School 1
— Brennan O’Malley, Anya Kavanagh and Camille Paracchini scored the goals to give Loyola a 3-1 victory over the Latin School on Sept. 14.
Loyola 4, Glenbrook South 3 (OT)
— Shootout goals by Anya Kavanagh, Kelsey Cook and Gigi Schaeffer lifted Loyola to a 4-3 overtime win over host Glenbrook South on Sept. 12. Brennan O’Malley scored LA’s goal during regulation.
New Trier 5, Deerfield 0
— New Trier got back on the winning track by downing host Deerfield 5-0 on Sept. 8. Erin Joseph led the way with two goals. Nell VanSchaak had a goal and two assists. Meghan Minturn helped out with one goal and one assist. The other goal was scored by Bergen Soudan. The other assist was credited to Isabelle Sennett.
Lake Forest 3, North Shore Country Day 0
— Olivia Douglass, Grace Payne and Libby Thompson tallied goals in Lake Forest’s 3-0 victory over host North Shore Country Day on Sept. 6.
— Lake Forest High School wound up as the co-champions at the Gateway Tournament in St. Louis on Sept. 2-4. The Scouts went 2-1 and shared first place with Christian Academy of Louisville.
LF’s wins came against Christian Academy 2-0 and Cor Jesu 3-1. The Scouts lost their opener to Nerinx Hall 2-1.
Senior captain Greta Kullby missed the tournament with mononucleosis. She’ll be sidelined for several weeks.
Meanwhile, New Trier finished 0-3 in St. Louis with 3-1 losses to MICDS, Manuel and St. Joseph.
New Trier 10, Lake Forest Academy 1
— New Trier defeated visiting Lake Forest Academy 10-1 on Sept. 1, getting hat tricks from senior forwards Bergen Soudan and Erin Joseph on the evening before the club’s weekend trip to St. Louis.
The win upped the Trevians’ record to 4-1.
NT senior forward Clare Kennedy tallied a pair of goals against the Caxys, while senior midfielders Meghan Minturn and Nell Van Schaack scored one apiece.
Trevians goalies Therese Cooney (one goal allowed) and Emma Lauber each played a half.
Lake Forest 6, Glenbrook South 1
— Olivia Douglass tallied two goals, while Grace Payne, Madden Plante, Sarah Considine and Sophie Metzger scored one goal each as host Lake Forest downed Glenbrook South 6-1 on Aug. 31. Douglass now has three goals on the season.
Lissa Davis led the Scouts (3-0) with two assists. Greta Kullby, Cat Nicholson and Ava Caputo also had assists.
It was the first loss of the season for GBS (3-1).
New Trier 5, Loyola 1
— New Trier handed Loyola its first loss of the season on Aug. 30. Visiting New Trier won the contest 5-1.
LA’s lone goal was scored by Kelsey Cook.
Glenbrook South 10, Naperville North 0
— Callie Pekosh and Lindsay Karsh came up with hat tricks as Glenbrook South defeated host Naperville North 10-0 on Aug. 29. Annie O’Rourke scored twice, while MJ McNary and Greer Bireley had one goal each.
Lake Forest 3, New Trier 2 (OT)
— Libby Thompson scored the game-winner as host Lake Forest edged New Trier 3-2 in overtime on Aug. 29. Thompson came up with the difference maker off a pass from Madden Plante.
It was Thompson’s second goal of the game. Off a feed from Greta Kullby, she scored 39 seconds into the contest.
Eva Caputo tallied LF’s second goal 10 minutes later following a nice passing sequence from Plante and Thompson.
Goalies Kerry Lawler and Hannah Metzger combined on five saves and shared the win.
Loyola 3, Stevenson 0
— Brennan O’Malley scored twice as Loyola came up with a 3-0 victory against visiting Stevenson on Aug. 25. Kelsey Cook scored the other goal for the Ramblers (2-0).
Lake Forest 3, Oak Park-River Forest 0
— LF opened the season by downing Oak Park-River Forest 3-0 on Aug. 24. Senior Paige LeClercq got the host Scouts on the board by blasting in a rocket shot 30 seconds into the contest.
The team went ahead 2-0, when Greta Kullby scored on an assist by Madden Plante. LF’s final tally was scored by Olivia Douglass off a feed from Libby Thompson.
Goalies Kerry Lawler and Hannah Metzger shared the shutout. Other defensive standouts were Tara St. Amand, Ellie Winebrenner and Sarah Considine.
Loyola 6, Homewood-Flossmoor 0
— Kelsey Cook and Jamie Lennon tallied two goals apiece to help lift Loyola to a 6-0 season-opening victory over visiting Homewood-Flossmoor on Aug. 23. Brennan O’Malley and Claire Caffery had the team’s other goals.
Glenbrook South 7, Lakes 0
— Glenbrook South opened the season in impressive fashion by shutting out host Lakes 7-0 on Aug. 22. Greer Bireley came up with a hat trick for the Titans. Megan Dillon, Lindsay Karsh, MJ McNary and Callie Pekosh also scored.