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updated: 4/13/2013 10:47 PM

Antioch's a tournament champ

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Antioch wins tourney: With a 3-0 record over the weekend, Antioch won its own Antioch Invite. On Saturday, the Sequoits got a 2-0 win over Westosha Central (Wis.) and a 7-0 win over Harvard. Against Westosha, Mikayla Abbeduto scored a goal and assisted on the other, which was scored by Alex Fracek. Domanique Nelson had the shut out in goal. Against Harvard, Fracek scored 3 goals while Abbeduto scored a goal and assisted on another. Sinclair Guntharp also had a goal and an assist and Maria Pena had 2 assists. Nelson and Shannon Zogran shared the shutout in goal. Antioch is now 3-2-1 on the season.

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Mundelein wins title: With two shutout wins, Mundelein won the Johnsburg tournament. The Mustangs got a 2-0 victory over Woodstock thanks to goals by Michaela Dalin and Hailey Talbot. They were assisted by Stephanie Johnson and McKenna Joy, respectively. In a 6-0 win over Burlington Central, Talbot and Jasmine Ader each scored 2 goals while both Johnson and Kelly Grove tallied 2 assists each. Goalie Ashley Nensel had 4 saves agianst Woodstock.

Lake Zurich 3, Lincoln-Way North 0: At the Pepsi Showdown at Olympic Park, goalie Eleanor Daleske had 4 saves for Lake Zurich as Maggie Tuckey, Vanesa Abad and Danielle Tassi scored 1 goal apiece. Meagan Bens, Meaghan Gelinas and Claire Skowron each had an assist as the Bears moved to 4-2-1.

Stevenson 1, Jacobs 1: Both teams scored after the halftime break.

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