photo courtesy of Fitzgerald's
Open Gym Thursday,
MAY 22 at 7:00PM
Student vs Faculty
East Campus - Competition Gym
The Lake Forest Basketball Teams and
Lake Forest Cheerleaders
Raffle tickets will be sold for prizes
Spots for the student team will also be raffled off.
All the proceeds
the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation.
Evan Boudreaux--4th Team,
Sam Downey--Honorable Mention, All-State
*2013 Carter Bass
2014 Ryan Bender
2015 Evan Boudreaux
*2013 Samuel Downey
2014 Jack Kauss
*2013 Nicholas Kester
2014 Grant LeClercq
2014 Cal Miller
*2013 George Quall
2014 Dane Roberts
*2013 Benjamin Simpson
2015 Jack Traynor
2014 Jack Wonham
*4th year participation
NSC SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD
SENIOR DEDICATION AWARD
CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARDS
W: 20 L : 8
W: 6 L: 6
03/01/13 - Regional Championship Game
Lake Forest 56 - Mundelein 59
The Scouts suffered a season-ending loss at the hands of the Mundelein
Mustangs Friday night 59-56.
Although the Scouts played extraordinarily hard throughout, they
unfortunately failed to complete the Regional championship held at
Lake Forest finishes the season with 20 wins and 7 losses. The program
would like to thank its seniors Carter Bass, Sam Downey, Ben Simpson,
George Quall and Nick Kester for all their service to the program.
You all made us proud and had extraordinary careers.
Thanks for all of the fan support throughout the season.
Lake Forest 65 - Hersey 49
Lake Forest got off on the right foot in the IHSA Regional Semifinals
at Lake Zurich High School. The #4 seeded Scouts ended the Hersey
Huskies' season, beating them 65-49 on Wednesday night.
The Scouts were powered by a balanced attack that featured three
Scouts in double-figures. Sam Downey paced the Scouts with 21
points while Carter Bass and Evan Boudreaux each had 13. Boudreaux
added 11 rebounds and 5 assists to complete his well-rounded
floor game. George Quall sparked the Scouts on the defensive
end garnering 4 steals and dishing out 6 assists.
Lake Forest returns to action Friday night when they face the
#5 seeded Mundelein Mustangs. The game will be played at Lake
Zurich High School on Friday night at 7:30. We would love to
see Scout Nation out in full force!
Lake Forest 76 - Antioch 42
The Scouts capped off their regular season
in emphatic fashion Tuesday night, defeating the visiting Antioch
Sequoits 76-42. Lake Forest led by as many as 36 en route to their
19th victory of the season.
Evan Boudreaux led the Scouts with 16 points and 9 rebounds, and
Carter Bass chipped in 15 points as well. Ryan Bender added a career-high
7 points in the victory.
The Scouts move to 19-7 on the year and move onto the Lake Zurich
Regional where they will face the winner of the Buffalo Grove/Hersey
Lake Forest 49 - Lake Forest Academy 41
The Scouts partook in a matinee game Saturday
afternoon at Lake Forest College in taking on their crosstown rival,
the Lake Forest Academy Caxys.
In front of a frenzied crowd hailing from both schools, the Scouts
opened up a lead that got as large as 17 in the second half and
eventually took home the 49-41 victory.
Carter Bass led the Scouts with 17 points, including an emphatic
dunk to cap off the victory. Ben Simpson also provided the Scouts
with 4 steals, which tuned into 2 fast-break dunks for the Senior
The Scouts finish off their regular season
against the Antioch Sequoits Tuesday night at East Campus. The Scouts move to 18-7
on the regular season and move to 10-1 in non-conference play.
Lake Forest 54 - Lake Zurich 36
The Scouts celebrated Senior Night successfully Friday night at East
Campus, beating Lake Zurich 54-36.
The Scouts never trailed in the contest and led by as many as 18.
Evan Boudreaux led all scorers with 17 points and 8 rebounds, but
Cal Miller added 10 points off the bench again to spark the Scouts
with 2 threes in the 2nd half. Also contributing in the winning effort
was Nick Kester, who reveled in the Senior Night spotlight by adding
three 3 pointers. Sam Downey added 12 points for the Scouts.
Tomorrow afternoon, the Scouts take on LFA
at Lake Forest College at 2:30. The Scouts move to 17-7
with the win, 6-6 in the NSC.
Lake Forest 75 - Libertyville 53
The Lake Forest Scouts entertained the home crowd on Tuesday night
beating the visiting Libertyville Wildcats 75-53.
The Scouts hit a season high 6 3-pointers and led by as many as 28
en route to a well-deserved conference win. Evan Boudreaux led the
way for the Scouts with 18 points and 13 rebounds, but were also
sparked by Cal Miller's career-high 14 points off the bench. Ben
Simpson added 12 and Sam Downey chipped in 10.
The Scouts improve to 16-7 on the year, 5-6 in the NSC. Lake
Forest entertains Senior Night this Friday against Lake Zurich at
7:30 in the Competition Gym.
Lake Forest 50 - Stevenson 59
The Lake Forest Scouts traveled to Lincolnshire
Friday night to take on the NSC conference leader, the Stevenson
The Patriots jumped out to an early lead which they never relinquished,
losing 59-50. The Scouts cut the home team's lead to 5 on two occasions,
but couldn't get any closer. Lake Forest was led by Evan Boudreaux
who had 19 in the losing effort, while Sam Downey contributed 16
points of his own.
Lake Forest falls to 15-7 with the loss, 4-6 in the North Suburban
Lake. The Scouts return to action at East Campus on Tuesday when
they play host to the Libertyville Wildcats.
Lake Forest 53 - Deerfield 49
The Scouts traveled south on Route 41 to play
fellow North Shore rival, the Deerfield Warriors, in Deerfield
Tuesday night. The Scouts bested the Warriors 53-49 on their home
The Scouts were again led by their front court of Evan Boudreaux
and Sam Downey, who had 20 and 13 points respectively. Boudreaux
also added 14 rebounds, 8 of them on the offensive glass.
The Scouts improve to 15-6 on the season. On Friday, Lake Forest
travels to Stevenson to visit their conference rival, the Stevenson
Patriots, looking to avenge an early season home loss.
Lake Forest 63 - Evanston 45
Lake Forest traveled to Loyola Academy in Wilmette Saturday afternoon
to participate in the "War on the Shore" shootout.
The Scouts got back in the left-hand column, defeating the Evanston
Wildkits 63-45, effectively ending a 3-game skid. The front court
of Evan Boudreaux and Sam Downey led the way for the now 14-6 Scouts,
who had 23 and 19 points respectively. Boudreaux also added 12
boards to complete his well-rounded floor game.
The Scouts return to action Tuesday night with another non-conference
test with Route 41 rival, the Deerfield Warriors, in Deerfield.
Lake Forest 46 - Warren 48
Lake Forest lost another tough one at the hands of the Warren Blue
Devils Friday night at Metcalf Sports Complex at East Campus.
After leading the entire second half of play, Warren senior Aarias
Austin drained a 3 pointer with no time remaining to give Warren
the lead, which eventually became the final outcome. Evan Boudreaux
led the Scouts with 14 points. The Scouts fall to 13-6 on the season,
4-5 in the rugged North Suburban Lake Division.
The Scouts return to action tomorrow afternoon for a non-conference
tilt with the Evanston Wildkits. This game is a portion of the "War
on the Shore" shootout hosted by Loyola Academy.
Lake Forest 56 - Zion Benton 57
Saturday night's matchup of Zion-Benton and Lake Forest took all
32 minutes to decide as the Scouts fell to the Zee-Bees 57-56.
After trailing by 6 points at the half, the Scouts came out strong,
outscoring the home team 21-16 in the 3rd quarter. Scouts' Senior
center Sam Downey converted on two clutch free throws to give Lake
Forest a two-point lead headed into the game's final possession.
Unfortunately, Zion-Benton's Malik Yarbrough nailed a three pointer
with just two seconds left, making it 57-56, the score that would
eventually be the final.
The Scouts were led in scoring by Carter Bass and Evan Boudreaux,
who had 18 and 17 points respectively. Evan Boudreaux had 12 rebounds
as well. Sam Downey was also in double figures with 10. With the
loss, Lake Forest drops to 13-5 on the season; 4-4 in the highly-competitive
North Suburban Lake Division.
The Scouts return to action next Friday when they play host to the
Warren Blue Devils at 7:30 in the Competition Gym.
Lake Forest 56 - Mundelein 62
The Lake Forest Scouts suffered a tough loss at the hands
of Mundelein Thursday night in NSC Conference play.
The Scouts, who came in this game with a stellar 13-3 record, outscored
the home team 16-9 in the opening quarter and led 26-25 at halftime.
From there, Mundelein made big shots down the stretch and eventually
bested the Scouts 62-56 while defending their home court.
were led by Evan Boudreaux with 17 points and 10 rebounds, and
Carter Bass and Sam Downey each adding 12 points.
The Scouts return to action when they visit Zion-Benton
at 7:30 on Saturday night.
Lake Forest 66 - St. Viator 53
The Lake Forest Scouts got a hard-earned win in Arlington Heights
Tuesday night in the historically hostile Cahill Gymnasium on the
campus of St. Viator High School.
Led by sophomore Evan Boudreaux's 25 points, the Scouts led after
each of the last 3 quarters en route to a 66-53 win. Also contributing
in the winning effort was Sam Downey, who chipped in 17 points.
Complimenting the offensive effort was George Quall, who limited
the Lions' top player far below his season scoring average.
The Scouts move to 13-3 with the
win and the Lions fall to 13-3 with
The Scouts travel to Mundelein on
Thursday night, January 24, in a battle for NSC
conference supremacy. Go Scouts!
Lake Forest 59 - Lake Zurich 44
The Scouts led 23-18 at half-time and dominated the second half of
Leading scorers: Evan
Boudreaux (coming back after a month's absence due to a sprained ankle)--22
points, 7 rebounds; Sam Downey--21points, 7 rebounds; Ben Simpson--11
Brother RIce 51 - Lake Forest 50
The Scouts lost a tough battle to Brother Rice for the Championship
of the Hinsdale South Tourney. The Scouts overcame a 9-point
deficit to tie the game with 1:30 left, but Brother Rice hit two
three pointers down the stretch. Sam Downey had 22 points on
10-12 from the field.
Sam Downey and Ben Simpson were named to the All-Tournament team.
Lake Forest 58 - Stagg HS 49
The Lake Forest Scouts defeated Stagg 58-49 Friday night and earned
a birth in the 2012 Hinsdale South Holiday Tournament Championship.
The shorthanded Scouts--who were playing without regular starters
Carter Bass and Evan Boudreaux--earned their 4th straight win with
another stellar defensive team effort. Lake Forest was led by Sam
Downey with 23 points and 9 rebounds, and also received help from
Ben Simpson who chipped into the winning effort with 13 points.
The Scouts return to action tomorrow night against perennial state
power, the Brother Rice Crusaders, at 7:45 in Darien, IL.
Lake Forest 48 - Metea Valley 45
The Lake Forest Scouts put together arguably their best
effort of the season defensively and stifled Metea Valley 48-45
in the second round of the Hinsdale South Holiday Tournament.
Three of the Scouts trusted seniors, Sam Downey, George Quall and
Ben Simpson, each reached double figures in scoring with 11, 11
and 10 points respectively.
The Scouts came out inspired defensively and used their 17-7 advantage
after one frame to propel them to a hard-fought victory over a
perennial tournament power.
The Scouts will face off against the winner of Minooka and Stagg
tomorrow at 6:15 in the tournament's 1st semifinal contest.
Lake Forest 55 - Carl Sandburg HS 32
The Scouts got off to a hot start at the Hinsdale South Holiday
Tournament on the 26th with a 55-32 victory over the Carl Sandburg
As the tournament's #1 seed, the Scouts opened up a lead that got
as large as 14 in the 1st half. In the second half, Seniors Ben
Simpson and George Quall (4 steals each) turned up the defense
and sparked the Scouts in an 18-2 4th quarter.
Sam Downey paced the Scouts with 14 points and 8 rebounds
while George Quall added 12 points of his own. Also chipping in
for Lake Forest was sophomore Jack Traynor, who added 8 points,
4 rebounds, 2 assists and 2 steals.
The Scouts return to action Thursday afternoon when they square
off against Matea Valley at 3 PM.
Lake Forest 61 - Libertyville 45
Leading scorers : Sam Downey (15 points); Ben Simpson (12 points); George Quall
The Scouts played without Evan Boudreaux, who injured his ankle against Stevenson
Lake Forest 53 - Stevenson 59
The Scouts had
to play catch up throughout the game, but fell short in the end.
scorers: Sam Downey (14), Ben Simpson and Evan Boudreaux
with 11 and Carter Bass--9
Lake Forest 38 - Warren 26
The Scouts earned their 2nd NSC conference win of the season--defeating the Warren
Blue Devils 38-26 on Friday night in Gurnee. The Scouts relied heavily on their
defense, including holding their opponent to a scoreless 2nd quarter and a 5-point
Evan Boudreaux led the Scouts with 14 points and also chipped in 11 rebounds,
6 of them on the offensive glass. Carter Bass and Sam Downey each had big buckets
down the stretch for the 6-1 Lake Forest squad, who now move to 2-1 in league
The Scouts return to their home floor at East Campus to
take on the Stevenson Patriots Tuesday night at 7 PM.
Lake Forest 50 - Zion Benton 53
Scouts had to battle from behind most of the game and got as close
as 50-51 on a 3-point shot by George Quall with 7.6 seconds left
in the game. Leading scorers were Sam Downey with 17 points and Evan
Boudreaux and George Quall each had 13.
Lake Forest (5-0) 69 - Mundelein 61
The Lake Forest Scouts opened their 2012-2013 North Suburban Conference
schedule with a victory over conference their conference rival, the
Mundelein Mustangs, 69-61. Playing in front of their home crowd for
the first time this season, the Scouts were led by Senior Carter
Bass, who powered the offensive attack with 24 points. Also balancing
out the LF attack was Sam Downey, and Sophomore forward Evan Boudreaux,
who garnered his third double-double of the season with 12 points
and 14 rebounds.
The Scouts return to action next Saturday on their home floor when
they welcome the Zion-Benton Zee Bees.
Lake Forest (4-0) 57 - Glenbrook North 52
The Lake Forest Scouts remained perfect in their Thanksgiving Holiday
Tournament hosted by Niles West High School with a 57-52 victory
over perennial area powerhouse, Glenbrook North. The Scouts led virtually
the entire way and were paced by a solid rebounding and defensive
effort from all 9 Scouts that checked in. Senior forwards Sam Downey
and Evan Boudreaux led the Lafe Forest scoring attack with 20 and
14 points respectively, while Senior Carter Bass contributed 12 of
his own, including a huge second-half three pointer that buried the
Spartans (2-2) for good.
The Scouts return to action next Friday night
when they face off against their conference rival, the Mundelein
Mustangs at 7:00 PM in their home and North Suburban Conference opener.
Lake Forest 36 - Manley (Chicago) 23
Lke Forest improves to 3-0.
Evan Boudreaux led the way with 10 points.
Lake Forest 65 - Hersey 50
The Scouts earned their second victory of the season in as many tries
as they defeated the Hersey Huskies 65-50 at Glenbrook North High
School Tuesday night in Northbrook. Pacing the Scouts offensively
in the first half was Senior guard, Carter Bass, who had 10 of his
game-high 18 in the first half. Also contributing to the well-balanced
Lake Forest attack was Sam Downey (16 points), Evan Boudreaux (11
points), and Ben Simpson (12 points). Never trailing for a single
moment of play, the Scouts moved to 2-0 overall and face Chicago-Manley
(0-2) Wednesday night at Niles West High School.
Lake Forest 77 - Urban Prep 37
The Scouts got off to a great start with a big win over Urban Prep. The
Scouts were led by Sam Downey with 26pts and Evan Boudreaux with
19 and 10 rebounds.
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