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Roundup (October 10)

By Chicagoland Soccer, 10/11/23, 4:30PM CDT


DuKane Conference

Glenbard North 4, Batavia 1
After a scoreless first half, the Panthers(13-7-2) took command. Jorge Roman recorded a brace, and Christian Escobedo and Colin Hernandez tallied solo goals. Batavia scored with 47 seconds left to break the shutout. Glenbard North, which finished fourth in the league with a 4-1-2 mark, closes the regular-season when it travels to Glenbard West for the Glenbard Cup final Thursday night.

Fox Valley Conference

Crystal Lake South 2, Jacobs 0
The Gators took their second-straight conference title with the road win. After an outright title in 2022, they shared the crown with Huntley with matching 8-1-0 records. First half goals from Nolan Getzinger (PK) and Ali Ahmed (Hayden Stone assist) took care of the offense. Chris Slawek made five saves for the clean-sheet for Crystal Lake South (15-4-1), which is ranked fifth in the Chicagoland Soccer Class AA Super 7 poll. Jacobs (7-11-1) finished third in the league with a 6-3-0 mark.


New Trier 6, Warren 2
The host Trevians, who are ranked third in the Chicagoland Soccer Top 25, built a 4-0 lead in the win. Mikey Yang led Warren (11-9-2) with a goal and assist. Charlie Crowson added a goal, and Christian Albarran created a helper. "New Trier is the best team we've seen all year," said Blue Devils coach Jason Ahonen. "Hats off to them for playing a great game."

Notre Dame 2, Young 2
The teams combined for a thrilling finish in Niles. Syzmon Szkodon gave no. 21 Young a 2-1 lead in the 77th minute. Not to be outdone, Zachary Sorce scored with four second left to pull the no. 23 Dons (13-2-2) even. Charlie Hockman and Ante Basan also scored for Young and Notre Dame respectively. Max Stalenczyck and Ian Martinez contributed assists for the hosts, who travel to Loyola on Thursday for its last regular-season match. Garen Petrulis and Sam Henle delivered helpers for Young, which is off until it meets Kenwood in a regional semifinal at 4:30 p.m. Oct. 17 at Reavis High School.