Monday’s girls soccer roundup
Updated: April 24, 2012 8:24PM
Barrington 2, Schaumburg 0: Sara Condon and Jenna Sczczesny scored a goal each as the No. 6 Fillies (11-3, 8-0 Mid-Suburban West) shut out the No. 13 Saxons.
New Trier 3, Evanston 0: Senior Aly Marzonie had a goal and contributed two assists to power the No. 5 Trevians (14-1). Lauren Shellenback and Emily Miller also scored for New Trier.
Lockport 2, Sandburg 1, 2 OT: Senior defender Julie Divita scored the game-winning goal for the No. 16 Porters (11-3). Junior midfielder Jessica Liutkus also scored for the Porters.
De La Salle 5, Bremen 2: Nadia Carmona scored two goals and Diane Trujilo added a goal and an assist for the Meteors (8-6-3). Catherine Nowacyk also tallied for De La Salle.
Homewood-Flossmoor 3, Joliet West 0: Ali Farkos scored two goals and Hope Kruska added another goal for the Vikings (8-2-1).
Jones 2, Lake View 0: Francesca Varias and Fey Abero scored a goal apiece for the Eagles (7-1, 5-0 2nd Division South). Andrey Davidson had four saves in posting the shut out.
Lane 6, Taft 0: Star junior Jasmin Carrera had four goals as the Indians (11-4-1, 5-0-1 Premier) romped. The win extended to 31 games the Indians' unbeaten streak against Public League competition. Senior midfielder Gina Lagutta and junior forward Leslie Rueda also scored for Lane.
Lincoln-Way East 7, Joliet Central 0: Katie Wilson registered a hat trick for the Griffins (5-6).
Lincoln-Way West 4, Oak Forest 0: Cori Brennan scored two goals and added an assist. Kara Winans and Natalie Tanura also scored a goal each.
Northside 2, Curie 0: Tori Andrade recorded a goal and an assist in powering the Mustangs (5-10, 3-4 Premier). Bella Manobianco added a goal and keeper Kim Troung had three saves for her first shut out of the season.
St. Joseph 6, Maria 0: Nina Delgado score three goals to power the Chargrs (7-3-2).
Young 6, Lincoln Park 0: Junior midfieler Mia Espino had two goals and an assist for the Dolphins (7-6-2, 4-0-2 Premier). Sophomore Margaret Zahrah contributed a goal and an asssist. Star senior keeper Rachel Hobert had three saves in posting her seventh shutout of the year.