Weekly Sports Update (9/11/11-9/18/11)
September 18, 2011 • Adam Griffith, Angelica LaVito, Kat Pauli, Sports Section
Filed under Sports
The golf teams once again had another productive week: the boys’ team went out to the Ivanhoe Classic on Monday, while the girls’ team competed at the Cougar Invite Saturday.
On a par-76 Aman Roy, a sophmore recently brought up with Brent Rogers from the frosh/ soph team, shot a 104 for the boys’ team. Mark Noll ended with a 101, John Passhel shot a 98 and Alex Zuhlke a 93. The leader of the day was Tanner Hughes with an 84.
Meanwhile, Adam Schulte is still out with injury.
The girls’ team took 10th place at the Cougar Invite last Saturday. Melissa Uhl shot a 130, Savannah Saunders a 124, Paige and Talia Nagy shot 117. Kristina Kininmonth shot a 115 and the leader of the day was Megan Malcom who shot a 112.
The boys’ varsity soccer team continued to improve its record with a win over Streamwood on Thursday and Downer’s Grove on Saturday.
The boys won 1-0 against Streamwood and shut out Downer’s Grove with a 3-0 win. This week’s wins improve their record to 6-3-3 overall.
“We’ve been playing really well even with lots of injuries,” said Matt Montemayor, junior, “but if we are winning while we aren’t at 100 percent, we are [going to] be hard to beat when we are healthy.”
Next week the boys face Zion-Benton at home on Tuesday, then North Chicago on Thursday, also at home.
This week, the girls’ volleyball team played Fremd and won in two games, bringing them to 8-3 overall. Next week they have games
against Zion-Benton on Wednesday and Cary Grove on Friday.
The team has been preparing for these games.
“We usually set up a game plan the practice before the game and
practice against what the team [will] be like,” Ali Summers, varsity
The girls’ tennis team topped Mundelein on Tuesday, then suffered losses against Libertyville, Cary Grove, and in the Prospect Power 8 tournament.
Upcoming games are against Zion- Benton and Rolling Meadows.
“That’s probably our biggest thing to stay focused as a team and work towards our goal. Once we can do all that, I think we’ll be on a
roll,” Michelle Carlson, varsity tennis player, said.