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Awards---Spring, 2013

AWARDS
2014  Mackenzie Adams
2015  Courtney Ardell
2016  Allison Banta
2014 Amanda Bourne
2014  Paige Bourne
2016  Sheridan Bufe
*2013  Elizabeth Clark
2014  Lucy Edwards
2015  Bailey Ehrens
2015  Hannah Flagstad
2015  Brooke Green
2015  Carly Hoke
2015  Kendall Hoke
2014  Sydney Johnston
*2013  Danielle Loeger
2016  Jennifer McKendry
2014  Mackenzie Mick
*2013  Gabriela Perino
2014  Virginia Revenaugh
2016  Adrian Walker
2016  Sheridan Weiss
2014  Valerie Wood
*4th year participation

CAPTAINS
Elizabeth Clark
Lucy Edwards
Sydney Johnston
Danielle Loeger

ALL ACADEMIC
Mackenzie Adams
Sydney Johnston
Danielle Loeger
Mackenzie Mick
Gabriela Perino
Virginia Revenaugh

NSC Sporstmanship Award
Gabriela Perino

ALL CONFERENCE
Lucy Edwards
Bailey Ehrens
Carly Hoke
Sydney Johnston
Danielle Loeger
Honorable Mention
Elizabeth Clark

ALL SECTIONAL
Lucy Edwards
Sydney Johnston
Honorable Mention
Danielle Loeger

MOST VALUABLE
Lucy Edwards

MOST IMPROVED
Jennifer McKendry

UNSUNG HERO
Sydney Johnston

GOLD BOOT
Jenny McKendry

SILVER BOOT
Carly Hoke
Paige Bourne

BARBARA CARPENTER
SPIRIT AWARD
Gabriela Perino

CHRIS CHOUINARD
SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD
Danielle Loeger

NSC RECORD –
W:  4       L : 0        T: 4        

OVERALL RECORD        
W: 11      L:   3       T: 6


* Regional Champions
** Sectional Champions
***This was the first time the Scouts have made the Elite Eight!



05/28/13
Lake Forest 0 - Prairie Ridge 1
   

05/25/13
Lake Forest 2 - Deerfield 1
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Squidward Award Winner
  Bailey Ehrens

The Lake Forest Scouts have reached the Elite Eight for the first time in school history. The Scouts accomplished this great task by beating Deerfield for the Lakes Sectional title. Lake Forest had a strong first half, but was kept off the board by the Deerfield keeper, who had a monster game. Finally Paige Bourne found Carly Hoke in the slot, who crossed to an open Brooke Green, who calmly finished past the keeper. Deerfield scored off a well-placed header from a great corner kick. With only a few minutes left in the half Paige Bourne set up a great corner from which Kendall Hoke collected and dropped to Bailey Ehrens, who hit a firm and well-placed shot between the Deerfield keeper and a defender.

The second half featured a couple of close calls for both teams with the Scouts holding off the Warriors for their second sectional title in school history. The Scouts are now 11-2-6 and face Prairie Ridge in the Barrington Super-Sectional on Tuesday at 5:00 for the right to go downstate. Go Scouts!


05/21/13
Lake Forest 5 - Grayslake Central 0
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Squidward Award Winner
   Allie Banta

The Scouts played Grayslake Central in the Sectional semi’s at Lakes Community HS. In the middle of the first half, Allie Banta settled a throw in and dropped it back to Sydney Johnston, who sent a wicked crossing ball which found Jenny McKendry perfectly in the middle to redirect it to the back post. Great play all around. The second goal was even better as Amanda Bourne’s pressure forced an errant Ram pass, which Bailey Ehrens capitalized on and got it to Amanda, who hit a great cross. Brooke Green shielded well, turned and put in the far post into the side netting. An even better goal!

Less than a minute into the second half, some great pressure from the Scouts led to a Carly Hoke diagonal ball which Adrian Walker showed some great individual effort and poise before slotting it calmly into the net. Adrian and Bailey Ehrens had some great interplay down the wing before Bailey hit a great shot over the keeper far post. Finally, Kendall Hoke headed home one of Paige Bourne’s many great corners to round out the scoring. The Scouts are 10-2-6 and face the number-one seeded Deerfield team on Saturday at 11:00 at Lakes.


05/14/13
Lake Forest 5 - Antioch 0
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Squidward Award Winner
  Lucy Edwards

The Scouts traveled again to Antioch to play Antioch on their home turf for the Regional Title. The game started with some spirited play, but the Antioch keeper thwarted all Scouts’ attempts. Finally, Hannah Flagstad stunned herself with a great shot from distance which caught the keeper off her line. Halftime ended 1-0.

In the second half the Scouts caught fire and rocked the waffle three times in the first 15 minutes. It began with a great effort from Jenny McKendry sliding in to tap in a rebound off a Lucy Edwards shot, with Brooke Green screening the keeper. Minutes later, Jenny scored a beautiful header off a great service from Adrian Walker. A short while later, Carly Hoke buried one from Lucy Edwards. Finally, Lucy finished the scoring with a great upper-90 rocket off a Jenny McKendry helper. The Scouts are 9-2-6


05/14/13
Lake Forest 7 - Wauconda 0
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Squidward Award Winner
Brooke Green
In a first round of the State Tournament game, the Scouts faced Wauconda in the Antioch regional. The Scouts got off to an early start less than two minutes in when Carly Hoke flicked a ball to Brooke Green, who had a great first touch before deftly placing it in the side netting. A couple minutes later, Lucy Edwards sent in Carly Hoke, who finished with a well-struck shot. Lucy set another one up five minutes later when she found Jenny McKendry, who blasted it past the Bulldog keeper. Later in the half, Kendall Hoke stepped up to win a ball before dribbling for 60 yards--where she found Ginnie Revenaugh who hit a great shot to finish the half with a 4-0 lead.

The second half began with some great team play, and finally Carly found Jenny with a great through ball which Jenny finished calmly. Mackenzie Adams did some great cutbacks on the wing before finding Paige Bourne with a well-placed shot for the sixth goal. Towards the end of the game, Courtney Ardell found Mackenzie, who had a sick goal. She did an unbelievable move down the endline before rocketing it into the upper 90 from an unbelievable angle. The Scouts are now 8-2-6 and play the winner of the Antioch-Von Steuben match on Friday at 4:00 in Antioch

05/08/13
Lake Forest 5 - Grant 1
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Squidward Award Winner
Courtney Ardell

The Scouts traveled out to meet the pesky Grant Bulldogs in a North Suburban cross divisional tilt. The Scouts had all the pressure the first half, yet it was Grant who opened up the scoring. The Scouts had an early Paige Bourne goal called back because of an incorrect offside call. The assistant referee also called a foul after a Lake Forest goal crossed the goal line. However, he called the goal back leading to much consternation. Grant didn’t get many chances, but they scored on half of them and at half time the Scouts trailed 1-0.  Finally, they came to life in the second half with goals by Brooke Green, Val Wood, Courtney Ardell, Adrian Walker and Paige Bourne. The Scouts are now 7-2-6 and open up tournament play vs. Wauconda at Antioch on Tuesday at 4:00.


05/02/13
Lake Forest 7 - North Chicago 0
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Squidward Award Winner
The Seniors

Lake Forest played an overmatched North Chicago on Thursday night and had some great goals to show for it. Several seniors from both the Varsity and the Junior Varsity contributed to the scoring and held the Warhawks scoreless.


05/01/13
Lake Forest 0 - Lake Zurich 0
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Squidward Award Winner
Carly Hoke

In a Battle for Lake supremacy the Scouts fell just short. But it was not without a fight. While there wasn’t much scoring the Scouts did create several chances. In fact, Amanda Bourne hit a rocket off a Paige Bourne corner. Unfortunately, a Lake Zurich defender, turning to get out of the way got hit and it deflected right to the keeper. Jenny McKendry hit a great shot that just missed the far post. All the pressure in the world didn’t result a victory which would have sent the Scouts into the North Suburban championship. So the Scouts went undefeated in the division, yet it wasn’t good enough for the title.


04/28/13
Lake Forest 0 - Loyola 2
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Squidward Award Winner
Mackenzie Mick

On the first perfect evening of the year, the Scouts hosted the top-ten ranked Loyola Ramblers. Lake Forest got a corner 10 seconds in, and Paige Bourne served a great ball into Kendall Hoke, whose header was wide. Loyola then began to put pressure on the Scouts. A strong wind was favoring Loyola, and they got a breakaway goal in the first 10 minutes to take the lead. The Scouts held the Ramblers scoreless the rest of the half.

Lake Forest made some adjustments at half and had some quality chances. Allie Banta headed a through ball off the keeper’s fingertips, and Loyola got to the ball before it trickled in. Mackenzie Mick saved a great shot off the line to further stymie Loyola. A great serve by Bailey Ehrens found Mackenzie Adams at the back post, but her shot was over. Carly Hoke was still able to get off a good shot while she was being held by a Rambler defender. Late in the game, Adrian Walker headed a corner kick towards the goal. There seemed to be a difference of opinions regarding whether it was a goal or not. The referee and assistant referee sided with Loyola, no goal. Minutes later Brooke Green fed a streaking Adrian Walker who pinged a shot at the back post. The goalie was able to get a hand on it and then collect the ball before the Scouts could get to it. The Ramblers iced the game with a late goal. The Scouts are now 5-2-5 and play Lake Zurich on Wednesday, May 1 at Lake Zurich. An exciting, well-played game worthy of watching on ESPN.


04/25/13
Lake Forest 9 - Zion Benton 0
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Squidward Award Winner
Mackenzie Adams
A lot of people scored or had assists in a well-played game by the Scouts. The Scouts are now 5-1-5 and face Loyola at Varsity Field on Monday at 6:15.

04/18/13
Lake Forest 2 - Libertyville 0
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Squidward Award Winner
Sheridan Bufe
On a cold, windy, rainy night Lake Forest went to a frigid, showery, blustery Libertyville High School. Did we mention it was chilly, breezy and pouring? Libertyville had the wind in the first half and earned a few corner kicks early on which put the Scouts under pressure; however, they were able keep the ball out of the net. Some great movement from Bailey Ehrens led to Lake Forest’s first good chance as she took a ball out of the back and hit a hard cross that Carly Hoke was able to head downward toward the back post where it was smothered by the Wildcat keeper. The first half ended scoreless.

The second half featured some early action. Sydney Johnston hit a great shot from 35 yards, which the keeper parried right to Carly Hoke--whose attempt was right back at the keeper. Finally, midway through the second half, some relentless pressure by the Scouts resulted in Paige Bourne poking the ball through to Sheridan Weiss, who took a controlling touch before she blasted it through the keeper into the net. Just a few minutes later, Liz Clark had to stuff a Wildcat breakaway. Moments after that, Lake Forest earned a corner kick. Paige Bourne served a great ball, which a leaping Gabby Perino attacked and sent the ball to the back of the net. The Scouts held off the Wildcats for the rest of the half for a 2-0 Scouts victory and a warm bus ride home. Lake Forest is now 4-1-5 and host Zion-Benton on Thursday afternoon

04/18/13
Lake Forest 0 - Stevenson 0

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Squidward Award Winner
The Entire Team

While most other schools were flooded out, the Scouts hosted the Stevenson Patriots in an afternoon contest. Right from the start the girls came out with swagger and fortitude. They pressured the Patriots early and often. Stevenson was well organized on defense and kept the Scouts at bay. Adrian Walker hit a laser beam that just missed the upper corner by a foot. Then the Patriot keeper made a kick save with her toe after a super shot by Carly Hoke. A few minutes later, Sheridan Weiss rocketed a ball that the keeper got a hand to before it deflected into her nose and then out of bounds. The half came and it was it 0-0. 

The second half was more of the same with several players getting good opportunities. Jenny McKendry, Adrian Walker, Gabby Perino, Brooke Green, and Amanda Bourne all had good opportunities  in the second half that were thwarted by the Stevenson keeper or needed a better final touch. The defense--led by Danielle Loeger, Kendal Hoke, Sydney Johnston, Bailey Ehrens, Mackenzie Mick, Allie Banta, and Liz Clark--did a great job of limiting the opportunities for the Patriots and earning another shutout. The Scouts played well for 80 minutes, but couldn’t rock the waffle and the game finally ended 0-0. The Scouts are now 3-1-5 and travel to Libertyville on Tuesday night.


04/16/13
Lake Forest 1 - Warren 1
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Squidward Award Winner
Amanda Bourne

The Scouts went on the road to face Warren Township HS on Tuesday night. The Scouts were stymied by the Blue Devil offside trap, but still had several opportunities in the first half. Carly Hoke had a breakaway tipped just wide by the keeper. Amanda Bourne and Adrian Walker both had excellent shots saved by the keeper as well. Unfortunately, it was the Blue Devils who were able to put one into the net 20 minutes in. Toward the end of the half, Liz Clark was called upon to make a key block for the Scouts.

Finally, three minutes into the second half, Carly Hoke took a great through ball from Paige Bourne and attacked the goal, sent a great back post ball to the onrushing Amanda Bourne, who curled it off the far post and in. The rest of the half was much of the same with several opportunities squandered, including a two-on-zero breakaway. Carly Hoke also had a great shot off the crossbar. which crossed the line, but neither official called it. The Scouts are now 3-1-4.


04/13/13
Lake Forest 3 - Lane Tech   1
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Squidward Award Winner
Ginnie Revenaugh

The Scouts faced off against Lane Tech in a city-suburban match in the last game of the Pepsi Showdown. It should have been named the Carly Hoke Show. Lane Tech definitely befuddled the Scouts in the first half with crisp passing and individual skill and came away with a 1-0 lead. However, it was the iCarly show in the second half. Kendall Hoke ran down a remnant from a corner kick and served it back post to her sister for a nice header. Minutes later Gabby Perino served a sweet ball, which Brooke Green flicked to Carly, who calmly settled and then deftly flicked into the upper 90. The third goal came from a Paige Bourne diagonal, which dissected the Lane defense--finding Carly all alone at the corner of the 18. Carly took a touch and then calmly bent it around the keeper. Great play from keeper Ginnie Revenaugh in the second half also contributed to the Scout resurgence. The Scouts are now 3-1-3.


04/11/13
Lake Forest 1 - Hersey 1
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Squidward Award Winner
Hannah Flagstad

The Scouts faced a well-organized Hersey team in the Pepsi Showdown on a misty Thursday afternoon. The Scouts got off to a great start four and a half minutes in when Paige Bourne switched it to Sydney Johnston, who fired a cracker which bent, dipped, and skipped past a confused keeper. However, Lake Forest couldn’t capitalize on any more of their opportunities the rest of the game. The Huskies responded with a goal of their own with 20 minutes left to even it up and get a well-earned tie. The Scouts are now 2-1-3.


04/09/13
Lake Forest 0 - New Trier 4
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Squidward Award Winner
Bailey Ehrens

The Scouts faced an impressive New Trier team in the sweet sixteen of the Pepsi Showdown on a blustery night. The Trevians totally came ready to play and took a 2-0 lead after only 20 seconds. The Trevians also scored  in the final minutes of the half. While the score at halftime was 3-0, the Scouts had most of the play and with the wind outshot New Trier 11-4. They came close--hitting the cross bar and sending some just wide. Going against the wind, Lake Forest withstood pressure from New Trier. In the waning moments, the Trevs put one more past for a 4-0 win.

The Scouts are now 2-1-2.


04/06/13
Lake Forest 1 - Lincoln Way North 0
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Squidward Award Winner
Sydney Johnston

The Scouts came out ready to play against a senior-laden Lincoln Way North squad in the opening game of the Pepsi Showdown in Schaumburg. The Scouts had the possession for most of the first; however, they couldn’t get the final touch, pass or shot to go their way. Some of this was due to the 25 mph winds and gusts up to 40 mph. Carly Hoke just missed with a header off an Adrian Walker cross. Paige Bourne rocketed one just over the bar. Gabby Perino put it just over with a nice header from a Mackenzie Adams serve. Several other girls had shots blocked as Lincoln Way seemed to have 10 girls behind the ball.

The second half proved to be just as frustrating--with close misses from Carly and Adrian. Sydney Johnston also had several crosses that put the Phoenix under pressure. Finally a long throw from Kendall Hoke found Val Wood, and she blasted it into the upper corner for the game breaker. While Lincoln Way did get a corner kick in the closing minutes, the Phoenix were not able to rise up to tie the Scouts. The Scouts are now 2-0-2 and face the powerful Trevians at New Trier on Tuesday night at 7:00 in the quarterfinals of the Pepsi Showdown.


04/04/13
Lake Forest 1 - Mundelein 1
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Squidward Award Winner
Adrian Walker

The Scouts faced a well-skilled Mundelein team Thursday afternoon.  The Mustangs proved to be very competitive as they were in much better shape than the Scouts. Both sides generated some close opportunities in the first half, but had nothing to show.

In the second half, Carly Hoke, Mackenzie Adams, and Adrian Walker began to probe the Mundelein defense with regularity. Finally, Liz Clark had a great punt which Carly flicked to the onrushing Adrian. She coolly touched it with her thigh before smashing it in at the near post. The lead didn’t last long as the Mustangs were able to even things up with a well- organized, and a bit tricky, corner kick.  The game ended with a fair 1-1 result. The Scouts are now 1-0-2 and face Lincoln Way North in the opening game of the Pepsi Showdown on Saturday.


04/02//13
Lake Forest 1 - Niles North 0
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Squidward Award Winner
Paige Bourne

The Scouts faced a pesky Niles North team on a blustery cold Tuesday night. Right from the start the Scouts maintained possession throughout the half. There were some great combination plays throughout the first half but the final touch was never good enough. Finally Paige Bourne tipped a loose ball back to Sydney Johnston, who hit a wicked shot that was parried by the Viking keeper. Gabby Perino showed her senior poise as she settled the rebound with her left foot towards goal and calmly cracked it just inside the far post with her right. The Scouts, while maintaining pressure and creating chances, couldn’t dent the Niles North goal the rest of the half. The second half was not very exciting and clearly showed the effects of both teams having only one practice after a wonderful spring break. Ginnie Revenaugh was stellar in the net and earned the shutout with 2 saves. The Scouts are now 1-0-1 and face Mundelein in the conference opener on Thursday.


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