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Lake Forest 3 - New Trier 0
Congratulations to the LF Varsity Field Hockey Team
back-to-back state championships!
The Scout field hockey team captured their
championship since 2000 on Saturday in front of a fabulous
home crowd! After a scoreless first half, the
team was instructed to play more offensively and start taking
minutes into the second half after several offensive
corners, Payton Mickey put the first goal into the
cage off of a Mackenzie Adams shot that began as a penalty
minutes later, Emily George scored an insurance goal off
of an initial shot by Halle Frain. Lake Forest hunkered
down and kept the Trevians out of their defensive circle
for the remainder of the game. Mickey scored her second goal
of the game (her 4th of the season) with 5 minutes remaining
on a beautiful direct shot that the goalie never saw coming.
Lake Forest finishes the season 21-1 outscoring
their opponents 136-13. The Scouts will say goodbye
to 14 seniors – Mackenzie
Adams, Nicole Beshilas, Caroline Blank, Emily Cavalaris,
Halle Frain, Emily George, Katherine Kallergis, Ginny McGowan,
Mackenzie Mick, Payton Mickey, Chandler Scoco, Grace von
Ohlen, Val Wood and Lizzie Zavitz. We wish them the
best in their future endeavors.....we will miss them tremendously! (Read
Lake Forest 6 - Lake Forest Academy 0
The LFHS field hockey team advances to their tenth
straight state finals by defeating Lake Forest Academy
6-0. Emily George opened the scoring by rebounding a shot from Halle
Frain. Katherine Kallergis made it 2-0 in the first half by finishing
a shot from Ginny McGowan.
(photo courtesy of Sharla Mick )
proceeded to put the game out of reach in the second half by scoring
3 goals in the first 5 minutes, followed by the 6th and final goal
with 18 min remaining. Emily Cavalaris scored twice while Mackenzie
Adams and George each added a tallie. Assisting the second half goals
were Mackenzie Mick (2), George and Adams. Chandler Scoco secured the
shutout behind the defense of Elise Wong, Val Wood, Payton Mickey,
Katelyn Lochiatto, Grace von Ohlen and Lizzy Zavitz.
The Scouts will face New Trier in the State Finals Saturday @ 12:30
pm on Varsity Field.
Lake Forest 11 - Stevenson 0
6 - North Shore Country Day 0
The Scouts are headed to the final four this
Friday and will face cross town rival Lake Forest Academy. The semi-final game will
be at 11:00 am on Varsity Field. Loyola will play New Trier
in the second semi final at 1:00 pm.
The road to the final four began last Thursday
with an impressive 11-0 win over Stevenson. Emily Cavalaris led the charge with
4 goals and 1 assist followed by Katherine Kallergis with 2 goals
and 3 assists. Mackenzie Adams added 2 goals and 1 assist. Single
goals came from Halle Frain, Abby Warren and Sheridan Weiss. Assisting
the goals were Frain, Nicole Beshilas, Caroline Blank, Emily George,
Lindsey Close and Ginny McGowan.
LFHS then faced North Shore Country Day School
on Tuesday night. North
Shore was able to hold the Scouts to 2 goals in the first half,
but a 4-goal second half assured Lake Forest the win. Six
different Scouts contributed to the scoring: Katherine Kallergis,
Mackenzie Mick, Emily Cavalaris, Ginny McGowan, Payton Mickey and
Lindsey Close. Assists
came from Mackenzie Adams, Halle Frain, Caroline Blank and McGowan. The
defense was challenged late in the game, and goalie Chandler Scoco
secured the shutout with 3 saves behind the defensive unit of Katelyn
Lochiatto, Grace von Ohlen and Elise Wong.
Lake Forest 2 - LFA 0
Lake Forest 3 - Loyola 1
The LFHS field hockey team finished their regular season with
two wins against LFA and Loyola, finishing 18-1. The Scouts
struggled to get the ball in the cage against the Caxys until Ginny
McGowan sent a quick cross into the circle where Emily George was
waiting to tip it in the goal. McGowan scored an insurance
goal from Mackenzie Mick’s shot on goal The defensive
unit of Lizzy Zavitz, Payton Mickey, Elise Wong, Halle Frain and
Nicole Beshilas held strong in front of goalie Chandler Scoco who
recorded 5 saves in her 12th shutout of the year.
The regular season closed out on Monday against
Cavalaris added 2 tallies to increase her team leading total to 26
goals. Caroline Blank also scored in the 3-1 win with assists
from Nicole Beshilas and Halle Frain.
Lake Forest will begin the post-season ranked #1 in the state
and will face the winner of Stevenson and Homewood-Flossmoor on Thursday
night at 6:30 on Varsity Field.
The Scouts are scoring in bunches of late--defeating the last three
teams by 18 goals. Glenbrook South was defeated 6-0, Deerfield
8-0 and Francis Parker 4-0. Leading the charge was Emily Cavalaris
with 6 goals and 1 assist followed by Emily George with 3 goals and
1 assist, Caroline Blank with 2 goals and 2 assists, Katherine Kallergis
with 2 goals and 4 assists, Abby Warren with 2 goals, Ginny McGowan
with 1 goal and 2 assists and Mackenzie Adams with 2 assists. Single
goals came from Lindsey Close and Nicole Beshilas with single assists
from Mackenzie Mick, Halle Frain, Sheridan Weiss, Grace von Ohlen,
Val Wood and Nicole Beshilas
Lake Forest will close out their regular season this weekend
at Lake Forest Academy on Saturday, October 19, at 1:00 pm and
at home against Loyola on Monday, October 21, at 4:30 on Varsity
Lake Forest 7 - Glenbard West 1
The Scouts traveled to Glen Ellyn to face the Glenbard West Hilltoppers
in their second meeting of the season. Caroline Blank put 2 goals
behind a very aggressive GBW goalie in the first half on assists from
Mackenzie Adams and Halle Frain. Lake Forest then had an offensive
explosion of 5 goals in the second half--led by Frain (2 goals), Emily
George (1 goal, 1 assist), Lindsey Close (1 goal), Sheridan Weiss (1
goal), Mackenzie Mick (1 assist), Abby Warren (1 assist) and Elise
Wong (1 assist). Glenbard managed to get a breakaway and denied
the Scouts a shutout, with the final score of 7-1.
Lake Forest will face an improved Glenbrook South squad on Friday,
Oct. 11, at 4:30 on Varsity Field.
Lake Forest 8 - Highland Park 0
Lake Forest High School and Highland Park High
School combined efforts on 10/7 to Stick it to Cancer, collectively
raising $1000 for the American Cancer Society.
After the brief ceremony the Scouts and the Giants
battled with the Scouts prevailing 8-0. Sheridan Weiss netted
a hat trick in the first half, while Lindsey Close and Katherine
Kallergis each added two goals. Nicole Beshilas rounded out the
scoring with one goal. Mackenzie Adams led with three assists
followed by two from Kallergis and one apiece from Weiss and Close. Several
teachers and staff members joined in to support the teams efforts.
Lake Forest 1 - New Trier 2
The Scouts suffered their first loss of the season to rival
New Trier. The Trevians managed to go ahead by 2 goals until
halfway thru the second period when Emily George sent a rocket of a
shot past the NT goalie off an assist from Ginny McGowan. Lake
Forest pressured the New Trier defense with 10 penalty corners but
couldn’t get the ball in the cage. The Scouts move to
11-1 in Illinois League play.
Lake Forest 6 - Loyola 2
The Scouts began the final month of the season with a big win over
Loyola Academy on 10/1. Lake Forest outscored the Ramblers
6-2 to break what had become a curse of sorts when traveling to Glenview,
Loyola defeated LF 3 out of the last 4 years in their first meeting
of the season.
Emily Cavalaris netted a hat trick of goals while
Mackenzie Adams added one goal and three assists. Caroline
Blank and Emily George added single goals while Halle Frain and Katherine
Kallergis each added an assist.
The defense suffered its first
multiple goal game, but pulled it together to shut out Loyola in
the second half. Goalie Chandler Scoco had 3 saves behind the defense
of Elise Wong, Val Wood and Payton Mickey.
will face perennial foe, New Trier, tomorrow--Oct 5--at 2:00 pm on
Varsity Field in hopes of keeping the undefeated streak alive.
The Scouts Field Hockey team claimed the title
of the best in the Midwest by defeating 5 teams in 22 hours in this
weekend’s Huskie Invite. Dupont
Manual, KY (3-1), Ursuline, MO. (3-1), Huron, MI. (5-0) were the
pool wins followed by Sacred Heart, KY. (2-0) in the semi-finals
and Assumption, KY. (3-1) for the Championship game.
Leading the charge were Emily Cavalaris and Katherine Kallergis with
5 goals and 2 assists each. Individual goals were scored by Mackenzie
Mick, Mackenzie Adams, Sheridan Weiss, Emily George, Halle Frain and
Lindsey Close. George added 3 assists, while Adams and Weiss
added 2. Individual assists came from Frain, Mary Alice Arnstein
and Nicole Beshilas. Goalie Chandler Scoco earned 11 saves
behind the defense of Payton Mickey(3 defensive saves), Elise Wong(2
defensive saves), Val Wood, Mackenzie Mick and Nicole Beshilas.
Lake Forest 3 - Chicago Latin 0
In the first of two games on Saturday, the Scouts faced an improved
Chicago Latin squad, facing a circle full of Romans making it difficult
to score. Half way through the first half Emily Cavalaris tipped
in a shot from Ginny McGowan to get LF on the board. The Scouts secured
the win with 2 second-half goals from Katherine Kallergis, with assists
from McGowan and Kenny Adams.
Lake Forest 5 - Oak Park-River Forest 2
Lake Forest finished their third game in 24 hours with an offensive
bang! OPRF’s defense held off the Scouts firing squad for 20
minutes until Ginny McGowan sent a perfect pass to a waiting Katherine
Kallergis, who beat the goalie 1 on1. Kallergis then tallied her fourth
goal in two games on a cross from Emily George.
The second-half scoring began 4 minutes in with 2 goals from George,
one unassisted and one from a fantastic pass from Halle Frain. Emily
Cavalaris finished the scoring for LF by tipping in a shot from Frain.
OPRF never gave up despite being down by 5 goals and were able to score
twice in the waning minutes of the game.
The Scouts travel to battle Lakes High School on Wednesday, followed
by the highly anticipated Huskie Invite in Oak Park this weekend. Lake
Forest will try to best Kentucky’s Dupont Manual, who they tied
earlier in the month in St. Louis, followed by Ursuline from Missouri
and Huron from Michigan.
Lake Forest 1 - New Trier 0
Despite dominating the majority of the game against
the Trevians, the Scouts were only able to tally one goal. New Trier’s
senior goalie kept them very much alive throughout the contest, coming
up with 13 saves. Lake Forest eventually put the ball in the cage
on a penalty corner shot from Emily George that was redirected by
Halle Frain 7 minutes into the second half.
New Trier had a few opportunities in the final minutes of the game,
but the defense of Val Wood, Payton Mickey, Elise Wong, Nicole Beshilas
and Mackenzie Mick kept the Trevians off the board. Goalie Chandler
Scoco secured her fifth shutout with 4 saves.
Lake Forest 7 – Deerfield 0
The Scouts continued their offensive onslaught adding 7 goals against
Deerfield Tuesday night. Emily Cavalaris led the charge with
3 goals and 1 assist. Katherine Kallergis added 2 goals with
Elise Wong and Mackenzie Mick each adding 1 goal. Kenny Adams
came away with 2 assists, along with single assists coming from
Wong, Emily George, Abby Warren and Halle Frain. Lake Forest
will celebrate their 14 seniors Wednesday night and play long-time
rival Oak Park River Forest at 6:15 on Varsity Field.
Lake Forest 7 - Glenbrook South 0
In an effort to get on the board early the Scouts
scored 3 goals in the first 10 minutes against Glenbrook South
on Thursday, 9/12. Abby
Warren led the charge with 1 goal and 2 assists followed by Halle
Frain and Lindsey Close, both with 2 goals. Individual goals
were scored by Kenny Adams and Katherine Kallergis. Single
assists were from Emily Cavalaris, Kelly Nolan, Sheridan Weiss
and Elise Wong.
Lake Forest will travel to Deerfield tomorrow followed by Senior
Night on Wednesday on Varsity Field vs. Oak Park River Forest at
Lake Forest 3 - Glenbard West 0
After what felt like a month between games the Scouts got back on the
field against Glenbard West Monday night. The Hilltoppers held off
Lake Forest for 20 minutes until Ginny McGowan put away the first goal
on an assist from Abby Warren. Mary Alice Arnstein hammered home a
rebound from McGowan's second shot of the night. Caroline Blank scored
an insurance goal in the second half off of Kenny Adams' initial shot.
The Scouts defense held off pressure in the waning minutes of the game
with defensive saves from Elise Wong, Nicole Beshilas, Val Wood, Katelyn
Lochiatto, Grace von Ohlen, Lizzie Zavitz and Payton Mickey. Goalie
Chandler Scoco recorded 4 saves to secure the shutout.
Lake Forest 8 - Woodlands Academy 0
The Scouts dominated in a win against Woodlands Academy 8-0. Abby
Warren led in scoring with 2 goals and 1 assist. Also scoring
were Lindsey Close, Katherine Kallergis, Caroline Blank, Kelly Nolan,
Emily Cavalaris and Ginny McGowan. Assists came from Elise Wong,
Nicole Beshilas, Kenny Adams, Blank, Kallergis, McGowan and Close. Lake
Forest will travel to Highland Park on Saturday at 1:00 pm.
Gateway Classic was held in a steamy St. Louis this weekend
and was the host to 48 high school teams from all over the
nation. The Scouts won their first game vs. Visitation
with goals from juniors Lindsey Close and Abby Warren. They
battled Louisville’s Dupont Manual to a 1-1 tie in temps
that exceeded 105 degrees on the turf. Emily Cavalaris scored
the lone goal.
To win the pool the Scouts needed a shutout win against last
Missouri’s State Champs, Cor Jesu. The shutout seemed
like a lock, but getting the ball in the goal against a very solid
defense was the major challenge. Lake Forest finally scored
with 3 minutes remaining with Kenny Adams weaving through the entire
defense and dishing the ball to a waiting Emily George, who hammered
it into the cage. Goalie Chandler Scoco recorded two shutouts
and 5 saves.
Lake Forest 6 - Lake Forest Academy 1
The Varsity Field Hockey team opened their season last night with
an impressive win over cross-town rival, Lake Forest Academy. The
Scouts scored 12 minutes into the first half against a stingy Caxy
defense with senior captain Halle Frain tipping in senior Emily George’s
shot. LFHS struck again on a fade-away shot across the circle
from senior captain Kenny Adams. LFA came back with a quick
transition goal to make it 2-1 at the half.
The Scouts’ were
able to add 4 goals in an explosive second half. Goals were
scored by junior Abby Warren, senior captain Emily Cavalaris, senior
Caroline Blank and Emily George. Adams and Frain added one
assist each while George tallied 2 assists for the game. Senior
defenders Nicole Beshilas, captain Mackenzie Mick, Val Wood and sophomore
Elise Wong made sure they kept the ball out of the Scouts backfield
for the remainder of the game. Lake Forest will host Loyola
tomorrow at 5:00 on Varsity Field.
Join the Scouts on Friday 8/30
for the Field Hockey /
Football Double Header
Field Hockey will face last year’s State Finalists – Loyola
at 5:00 pm followed by Varsity Football vs. St. Catherine’s
of Racine at 7:30 pm