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South Elgin finishes 2nd at its own tournament

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West Chicago 2, South Elgin 1: Caitlin Lange scored an unassisted goal in the second half but South Elgin fell in the championship game of its own tournament at Millennium Field. Nevertheless, the 5-1-1 Storm are off to the program's best start.

"The girls are compatible with each other, they rely on each other and they communicate well," said South Elgin coach Tiffany Disher. "They played great today. (West Chicago) worked hard for their goals but we shut down their main scorer, Andie Lazzerini. It was real physical, the most physical game of the season."

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Jourdan Vaulkner made 15 saves in goal for the Storm.

Bartlett 1, Streamwood 0: Kaitlin Brohan scored in the first half off an assist from Josie Dombrowski to lift the Hawks (4-4) to third place at the South Elgin tournament. Amanda Lozada had 6 saves for Bartlett. Kaitlin Brohan and Shannon Brohan were each named to the all-tournament team for the Hawks. Natalie Guindon had 5 saves in goal for Streamwood.

Rolling Meadows 4, Dundee-Crown 0: Isabel Miranda had 7 saves in goal for the Chargers (1-5) in this loss at the South Elgin tournament.

Huntley 7, Marengo 0: Freshman Autumn Maraviglia scored 2 goals as Huntley (3-0) won easily in the opening round of the Huntley Invite. Deanna Hecht, Katie Constantino, Jessica Brock, Taryn Jakubowski and Alyssa Kaufman each had single goals for the Red Raiders. Jessica Galason and Kelli Rubino split time in the goal for Huntley but neither was called on to make a save.

Harvest Christian 2, Schaumburg Christian 2: Ellie Burzlaff and Brittany Salazar scored goals and Cayla Arosen had an assist for the Lions (0-0-2 in this nonconference tie. Tori Nelson made 5 saves in goal for Harvest Christian.

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