Monday, February 13, 2012
Basketball loses catchup game with Stevenson.
BOYS' BASKETBALL Date: Feb. 10 The Final Score: Stevenson 51, Lake Forest 44 Scouts Top Performer: Evan Boudreaux led the Scouts with 12 points. Other Notable Scout Performances: Thomas Durrett scored 10 points before fouling out. Who’s Next: Lake Forest (13-10 overall) hosts Libertyville at 7 p.m. Tuesday (Feb. 14) and visits Lake Zurich at 7:30 p.m. Friday (Feb. 17). The Bottom Line: Lake Forest fell behind 12-2 after the first quarter and had an uphill battle playing catch up the rest of the way on Senior Night. The Scouts closed the gap to 33-26 after three quarters, but the Patriots maintained the lead by matching Lake Forest's 18-point, fourth-quarter output. BOYS' SWIMMING Date: Feb. 11 - North Suburban Conference meet The …
Monday, January 16, 2012
Boys swim garners 6th at New Trier Relays.
BOYS' BASKETBALL Date: Jan. 14 Final Score: Lake Forest 60, Wauconda 51 Scouts’ Star Performer: Thomas Durrett sank a season-high 23 points, including a trio of three-pointers. Evan Boudreaux also finished in double figures with 11. Other Notable Scout Performances: Luke Streppa added nine points and Ben Simpson scored seven. What’s Next: Lake Forest (8-7 overall) visits Libertyville at 7 p.m. Tuesday (Jan. 17) and hosts Mundelein at 7:30 p.m. Friday (Jan. 20). Date: Jan. 13 Final Score: Lake Forest 58, Lake Zurich 53 Scouts’ Star Performer: Thomas Durrett led with 21 points. Other Notable Scout Performances: John Hayes hit a crucial layup late to give Lake Forest the lead for good. Ben Simpson sank a three-pointer at the halftime …
Monday, January 9, 2012
Scout swimmers upend Libertyville.
Monday, January 9, 2012
BOYS' BASKETBALL Date: Jan. 6 Final Score: Lake Forest 53, Stevenson 45 Scouts’ Star Performer: Thomas Durrett hit for 15 points and Evan Boudreaux added 10 points and 13 rebounds. Reserve George Quall hit a key three-pointer in the fourth quarter and finished with five points. Other Notable Scout Performances: Luke Strepa hit three of four free throws late in the game. What’s Next: Lake Forest (6-7 overall, 1-3 in NSC Lake play) hosts Lake Zurich at 7:30 Friday night (Jan. 13) and Wauconda at 7:30 Saturday night (Jan. 14). The Bottom Line: The Scouts won a big road game thanks to contributions from several players. Lake Forest put together a 20-5 run over the last six minutes of the game. Boudreaux tied the game at 43-all with a basket…
Monday, December 19, 2011
Grumhau leads Scout swimmers at Lake County meet; Gymnasts dominate a pair.
WRESTLING Date: Dec. 17 - Wilmot Union (Wis.) 13-team Tournament The Final Score: No team scores were kept in the round-robin tournament. Scouts’ Star Performer: First place winners were Erik Wasser (132 pounds), George Karkazis (138), JP Duranleau (145), Regis Durbin (170) and Richard Daniels (182). Other Notable Scout Performances: Chance Shea took second at 170. What's Next: Lake Forest visits the St. Charles Quad at 10 a.m. Dec. 23. The Bottom Line: Scouts took eight wrestlers to the tournament and six placed - by far the best showing of the young season. BOYS' SWIMMING Date: Dec. 17 - Lake County Meet The Final Score: 1. Stevenson 274.5; 2. Warren 234; 3. Barrington 191; 4. Lake Forest 181.5; 5. Mundelein 174; 6. Libertyville 133.…
Monday, December 12, 2011
Shea stands out for Scout wrestlers.
GIRLS' HOCKEY Date: Dec. 4 The Final Score: Lake Forest 2, Naper Valley 1 Scouts’ Star Performer: Jessica Gould scored the game winner assisted by Marie Soukup and Lucy Baron. Other Notable Scout Performances: Kelsey Patten scored Lake Forest's first goal. Goalie Leslie Rowell surrendered only one goal in facing 17 shots. Freshman Hannah Conroy helped kill a late penalty to preserve the win. Who's Next: Lake Forest hosts Loyola at 6 p.m. Wednesday (Dec. 14) at Lake Forest Academy's ice rink. The Bottom Line: The Scouts moved to 15-1 overall and have won four in a row. GIRLS' GYMNASTICS Date: Dec. 10 - Conant Invitational The Final Score: 1. Carmel 113.825; 2. Lake Forest 110.85, 3. Glenbard West 105.35. 11 teams competed. Scouts’ Star …
Sunday, December 4, 2011
Capital campaign for new sports complex at Lake Forest High School's east campus hits $1 million mark.
- Jon Kerr
Sunday, December 4, 2011
The diamond is slowly being polished. Earlier this year, Lake Forest High School boosters began an aggressive initiative to raise money for a new multi-purpose building at east campus. The goal: to privately raise $2.5 million for a new facility that would be home for a new track, bleachers, press box and synthetic turf fields. Sports such as field hockey, girls' lacrosse and girls and boys' track and field would use the complex as their primary venue along with high school wellness classes, intramurals and other activities. The name of the fundraising efforts is the "Diamond Anniversary Campaign", which is in reference to the high school's 75th birthday this year. Lake Forest-Lake Bluff Patch spoke with the campaign's front man, Brian…
Wednesday, November 30, 2011
Scout senior Lanzillotti to play in volleyball all-star game.
Wednesday, November 30, 2011
As part of its triangular meet Thursday (Dec. 1) against St. Viator and Marian Central Catholic, Lake Forest High School's wrestling team will host a Youth Wrestling Appreciation Night. Admission is free for all ages. The meet begins at 5:30 p.m. at Lake Forest's east campus, 1285 N. McKinley Road. *** Lake Forest High School senior Tori Lanzillotti has been selected to participate in the second annual High School Girl’s All-Star Volleyball Game to showcase players from across Illinois at 5 p.m,. Saturday (Dec. 3) at Moraine Valley Community College, 9000 W. College Parkway, in Palos Hills. The game, sponsored by Internet radio station SportsTownChicago.com, will feature a breast cancer awareness theme. Players will be divided into "pink…
Monday, November 21, 2011
Striedl leads scrappy defense to 25 steals in win over Waukegan.
GIRLS' BASKETBALL Date: Nov. 19 - Deerfield Thanksgiving Tournament The Final Score: Deerfield 50, Lake Forest 30 Scouts’ Star Performer: Mary Striedl led the Scouts with 14 points and six rebounds. Other Notable Scout Performances: Annie Keller chipped in nine points and five rebounds. Who’s Next: Lake Forest continues tournament play with Evanston (7:30 p.m. Nov. 21), Zion-Benton (6 p.m. Nov. 23) and Niles West (4:30 p.m. Nov. 26). The Bottom Line: The Scouts were out of this game by halftime, trailing 28-9. Date: Nov. 17 - Deerfield Thanksgiving Tournament The Final Score: Lake Forest 40, Waukegan 34 Scouts’ Star Performer: The Scouts (2-0) defense forced 25 steals on Waukegan led by Mary Striedl's 10 followed by Kelsey Simet (4…
Monday, November 7, 2011
Girls' Hockey off to 7-0 start.
GIRLS' SWIMMING Date: Nov. 5 - North Suburban Conference Meet The Final Score: 1. Lake Forest 379, 2. Stevenson 293, 3. Warren 158, 4. Mundelein 157, 5. Vernon Hills 130, 6. Libertyville 110, 7. Zion-Benton 64 Scouts’ Star Performer: Rachel Stoehr begins her quest for a pair of State championships by dominating the 200- and 500-yard freestyle events in first-place times of 1:53.46 and 5:00.06, respectively. Other Notable Scout Performances: Lake Forest also received first places from Mika Hlavin (100 butterfly, 58.04); Caitlin Lanigan (100 backstroke, 59.45); Anne McArdle (100 breaststroke, 1:08.84); medley relay of Lanigan, Eleanor Meeks, Laura Gottschalk, Lily Wang (1:50.61); 200 freestyle relay of Stoehr, Olivia Campbell, Wang, Hlavin (…
Friday, November 4, 2011
Scouts' nerves falter in Sectional volleyball final.
The third time could only be the charm for one team Thursday night. Stevenson High School overcame two regular-season losses to Lake Forest and a Game 1 loss in Thursday night's Sectional final to post an 18-25, 25-20 and 25-23 victory at Buffalo Grove High School. For the second straight year, the Patriots (31-8) will play in the Super-Sectional with a chance to advance to the Class 4A semifinals on Nov. 11 at Illinois State University in Normal. The Scouts (32-4) close the season with one of their deepest state tournament runs in at least a decade. Lake Forest Coach Ray Werner knew going into the game the Scouts' key to success was putting the tension of playing for a sectional crown for the first time in at least 10 years out of their …