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Roundup (September 12)

By Chicagoland Soccer, 09/13/23, 1:15AM CDT


Chicago Catholic League Blue Division

Fenwick 3, Mt. Carmel 3
The Friars picked up a solid point on the road against the 14th ranked team in the Chicagoland Soccer Top 25. Fenwick earned the draw behind goals from Sammy Allaire, Ryan Agozo and Jack Kupiec. Ian Mackinnon contributed two helpers, and James Zimmer assisted the final Fenwick goal.

North Suburban Conference

Stevenson 2, Warren 0
The no. 6 Patriots scored twice in the final 7 minutes of the first half and held that advantage. Warren keeper Colton Holmes made four saves in the match. “It was a very fun match against a top-level opponent,” said Blue Devils coach Jason Ahonen. “I thought early in the match we probably played some of our best soccer of the year, but unfortunately right now we are unable to find the back of the net. Stevenson got that first goal off a corner which was tough for us, because we were doing so many things well. Then, right before half Stevenson beat us on the flank and played a beautiful cross for their second goal, which was a bit of a gut punch. But I was very impressed with the way the boys came out in the second half with their effort and desire.”

West Suburban Conference Gold Division

Morton 5, Hinsdale South 1
Jonathon Almaguer produced a hat-trick, and Caleb Mendoza and Carlos Tafoya each tallied once for the victorious second-ranked Mustangs.

Streamwood Fall Classic

Group B

St. Charles East 3, Crystal Lake Central 0
Garrett Melton led the way with a brace, and Aiden Maloney added a goal and assist for the 16th-ranked Fighting Saints. Marc Walker assisted Melton’s opener for a 1-0 halftime lead. Ryan Groselak assisted Maloney on goal no. 2. Keeper Jordan Rolon did not need to make a save to collect the clean-sheet for St. Charles East (7-2-0).

Group C

Elgin 4, Riverside-Brookfield 0
The no. 9 Maroons recovered from losses to no. 3 Naperville North and eighth-ranked York with a comfortable win. Eduardo Nava notched his fourth hat-trick of the season, and Alex Villarruel had a single tally to lead the victory. Danny Perez and Aaron Saldana each contributed an assist.