Thursday’s girls soccer roundup
Updated: April 5, 2012 11:50PM
Andrew 1, Homewood-Flossmoor 0: Katie Truesdale scored the game-winner on an assist from Molly Sklar as the Thunderbolts (3-3) stunned the No. 17 Vikings (4-1).
Buffalo Grove 5, Stevenson 0: Kelli Zickert scored three goals and her twin sister Colleen Zickert contributed a goal and an assist for the No. 16 Bison. Carolynn Wieland added two assists.
Glenbrook South 2, Niles North 0: Eleni Haramaras and Keeley Nolan scored a goal each for the Titans (3-2-3). Kelsey Byers posted three saves in the goal.
Lake Forest 5, Zion-Benton 0: The sisters Carly Hoke and Kendall Hoke scored two goals each to power the No. 19 Scouts (5-2).
Lincoln-Way Central 3, Joliet West 0: Rachel Post scored two goals and Kyla Grundhofer also contributed a goal for the Knights (6-3-1).
Maine South 3, Glenbrook North 1: Allison Curry scored two goals to lead the Hawks (5-2-1).
New Trier 6, Highland Park 0: Maddie Mulford scored three goals and Leah Roche recorded two saves for the No. 5 Trevians (6-0).
Oak Park-River Forest 3, Downers North 0: Ruby Gonzalez scored two goals and Merideth Blatner added a score for the Huskies.
Parker 3, Ridgewood 0: Gaby Coetzee, Olivia Andur and Evan Fencik recorded a goal each for the Colonels (7-2). Evelyn Demirjian registered the save.
Plainfield Central 2, Minooka 1: Paige Fuller and Sami Jensen scored a goal each for the Wildcats (4-2).
Plainfield North 5, Hinsdale Central 0: Callie O'Donnell scored two goals and added two assists for the No. 8 Tigers. Ashley Handwork added a goal and two assists.
Reavis 2, Evergreen Park 0: Shanei Koepke scored two goals to lead the Rams (5-2).
Resurrection 3, Maine East 0: Anna Witczak, Rachel Cunningham and Alek Kuykendall scored a goal each for the Bandits (6-1-1). Melissa Gotch recorded one save in posting her fifth shutout.
T.F. United Co-op 7, Bremen 0: Jamie Kats scored two goals and added two assists and Andrea Munoz also scored two goals for T.F United (6-2, 3-1 South Suburban Blue). Andrea's sister Monica Munoz contributed a goal and two assists.
Bogan 5, Schurz 0: Bianca Soto scored three goals to power the Bengals to the championship game of the Amundsen Cup. Soto scored two goals in Bogan's 4-2 victory over the host Vikings in the prelilminary round action. For her strong play, Soto was named the most valuable player.
ST. CHARLES EAST
Schaumburg 3, Geneva 1: Star sophomore forward Alexa Ben registered a goal and assist for the No. 7 Saxons (8-0). Becky Sneddon also recorded a goal and assist. Kelsey Steenstrup completed the scoring. Star keeper Brooke Shocker recorded seven saves in posting her sixth shutout.