Saturday’s girls soccer roundup
Updated: April 21, 2012 11:14PM
Guerin 6, Holy Trinity 0: Olivia Binkowski and Mary Jo Toohey scored two goals each to lead the Gators (6-6).
Lemont 2, Minooka 0: Kim Serantowski and Reilly Sullivan scored a goal each for the Indians (9-1-2).
Marist 3, Bishop McNamara 2: Claire Oosterbaan scored the game-winner for the Redhawks.
T.F. United 3, Reavis 0: Andrea Munoz tallied a goal and two assists for T.F. United (14-2). Stephanie Leon and Monica Munoz joined in the fun with a goal each
St. Joseph 1, St. Scholastica 0: Krystal Munoz scored the game-winner for the Chargers (6-3-2).
Providence 3, Sacred Heart-Griffin 2, PK: Maggie Corso and Hannah Nichols scored a goal each for the Celtics, on assists by Kyleigh Maday and Eileen Kenny, respectively. Tess Barrett preserved the win by stopping two penalty kicks.
Providence 5, Rochester 4: Maday scored three goals and Corso and Jamie Noonan also scored for the Celtics (4-8). Eileen Kenny had two assists.
Geneva 1, Conant 0: Amanda Lulek scored in the 19th minute on an assist from Catherine Allon as the No. 20 Vikings (10-2-4) stunned the No. 5 Cougars. The shutout was the Vikings' 10th of the year. Geneva advances to meet Neuqua Valley in Thursday's quarterfinal round.
Neuqua Valley 5, Andrew 0: At Naperville Central, junior star forward Zoey Goralski scored three goals as the No. 12 Wildcats (11-3-2) captured their pool and advance to Thursday's quarterfinal in the championship bracket. Gianna Dal Pozzo and Olivia Schmitt also scored for the Wildcats.
York 5, Maine South 0: Courtney McHugh had three goals and an assist and Christina Ordonez added a goal and an assist for the No. 13 Dukes in consolation play.
Deerfield 2, Sycamore 0: Trishie Schwienfurth scored both goals and Bailey Bradford had nine saves for the Warriors (4-3-7).