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Awards---Spring, 2013

*2013  Stephanie Coates
2016  Isabel Das
*2013  Mary Rose DeYoung
2015  Madison Gailey
2015  Margaret Mack
2015  Mary Kate McComish
2014  Cathleen McCormick
2015  Sarah Elliott Porter
2016  Olivia Scott
2015  Mikaela Whittington-Baschoff
2015  Amy Wilson
*4th year participation

Overall Record:
W - 6
L - 16
T - 0

Mary Rose DeYoung

NSC Sportsmanship Award
Stephanie Coates

Mary Rose DeYoung

Mary Rose DeYoung

Amy Wilson

Margaret Mack
Cathleen McCormick

Stephanie Coates

Lake Forest 11 - Round Lake 1

 Scouts played another errorless game while beating Round Lake 11-1.  Winning pitcher Sarah Porter had 6 strike outs and 0 walks.  She also had 2 doubles and scored 4 runs.  Maddy Gailey had a big day at the plate barely missing a home run and adding a single for 3 RBIs.  Steph Coates had a double and 3 RBIs.  This was a team victory as all contributed by playing solid defense, moving runners along with bunts and key hits to score the runners. Overall record: 5-13

Lake Forest 1 - Stevenson 3  
The Scouts played their best defensive game of the season committing no errors. Sarah Porter pitched a great game--limiting Stevenson offensively.  Maddy Gailey slammed a triple for the Scouts run.  Mary Rose DeYoung collected 2 hits and scored a run.  Maggie Mack was solid defensively recording 11 put outs.

Lake Forest 0 - Grant 10

 Little offense continued vs Grant losing 10-0 and getting only 2 hits.

Lake Forest 0 - Mundelein 14
Mundelein came out swinging scoring 14 runs.  The Scouts were not able to produce on offense getting shut out.

Lake Forest 0 - Zion Benton 14  

The Scouts had a tough game against a solid and athletic Zion-Benton team losing 14-0 on the road.  Errors helped the ZeeBees score 9 unearned runs.  Mary Rose DeYoung had the only 2 hits for the Scouts

Lake Forest 8 - Vernon Hills 6
A big home victory over Vernon Hills 8-6.  Excellent defense supported winning pitcher Sarah Porter, who pitched 7 strong innings.  The Scouts were winning 8-2 entering the 7th inning before giving up 4 runs to make it interesting.  Mary Rose DeYoung reached base 3 times and had 2 RBI.  Maddy Gailey came up big at the plate going 2-4 with 2 RBI.  Mary Kate McComish was solid on defense with 4 put outs and 1 assist.  Maggie Mack reached base 3 times and scored 2 runs.

 Lake Forest 10 - Highland Park 3
Lake Forest 8 - Highland Park 3

Great day for the Scouts with a double-header sweep over Highland Park 10-3 and 8-3.  Sarah Porter was the winning pitcher in both games.  In the first game, the Scouts slugged out 12 hits.  Mary Rose DeYoung was 3-4 with a run scored and RBI.  Amy Wilson was 2-4 with a triple, 2 RBI and 2 runs scored.  Maddy Gailey also had 2 RBIs.  Scouts played solid defense giving up no unearned runs.  Second game, Maddy Gailey was 2-4 with an RBI, Steph Coates and Kaela W-B both had 2RBI.

Lake Forest 3 - Lakes 11

The Scouts lost to Lakes 11-3.  Several errors led to 8 unearned runs. Sarah Porter reached base 4 times going 2-2, a double, two walks and a run scored.

Lake Forest 4 - Mundelein 5  

The Scouts played a great game against a very good Mundelein team--losing 5-4.   Sarah Porter pitched her best game of the season to date, keeping an aggressive Mustangs team off stride using her change up and hitting corners on both sides of the plate.  Defensively, the Scouts played a solid defensive game.  Scouts were led by Kaela Whittington-Baschoff, 2-3 with a double and 2 RBIs.

Lake Forest 8  Wauconda 18

Lake Forest faced a strong-hitting Wauconda team as they wrapped out 20 hits.  Defensively the Scouts hurt themselves in the field with 5 errors. Bright spots at the plate were Sarah Porter 3-5 with a triple and 3 runs scored.  Kaela Whittington-Baschoff went 1-4 with 2 RBI's.   

Lake Forest 11 -  Waukegan 9

The Scouts did well at the plate in the season opener--belting 11 hits and drawing 9 walks. Sarah Porter yielded four earned runs throwing a complete game with six strike outs and one walk. Maddie Gailey and Mary Rose DeYoung provided the offensive punch. Gailey went 3-5 with a double and 2 RBI's. DeYoung drove in three runs, scored a pair and had a base hit.

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