St. Edward 4, Kirkland 0: The Green Wave used a balanced attack as Austin Pfiffer, Eduardo Carachure, Joe French and Matt Hesch all scored in the first half in a 4-0 win over Hiawatha. John Gotheridge made 4 stops while in the net.
Larkin 3, Geneva 1: Defense and timely scoring pushed the Royals (4-0, 1-0) to their first Upstate Eight River win. Goalkeeper Leo Perez stopped 2 penalty kicks and gained 12 saves while Gonzalo Garcia scored twice and added an assist.
Huntley 3, York 0: Niko Mihalopolous delivered 2 goals for the Red Raiders (3-0-1) and Austen Emery recorded 3 saves in goal in a win at the Lake Park Invite. Jack Bessey, Eddie Gonzalez and Michael Zambrzuski each added assists.
Burlington Central 4, Marengo 1: In their first action at Rocket Hill, the Rockets (4-1, 1-0) notched their first Big Northern East win behind 4 different scorers. Sean Fitzgerald and Matt O'Connor each had a goal and an assist, Paolo Sespene and Anthony Passi scored goals and goalkeeper Brett Rau had 2 saves.
Elgin 2, Ridgewood 2: Daniel Geary scored both of the Maroons' (0-0-2) goals while Chelito Chavez recorded an assist in a draw at the LaSallian Tournament.
Crystal Lake South 0, New Trier 0: Gus Alvarez managed 6 saves in goal for the Gators (1-2-1), who were shutout for the second-straight game and left with a 0-1-1 record in pool play at the Barrington Classic Tournament.
Cary-Grove 3, Harvard 0: Kevin Wilde recorded 2 goals and Danny Kinnerk added a goal and an assist as the Trojans (1-2-0) notched their first win of the season at the Grant Invite.
Round Lake 10, Westminster Christian 1: The Warriors (1-2) trailed 2-1 after 30 minutes of action before Round Lake scored 5 goals in the final 10 minutes of the first half en route to the win. Robert Kleczynski notched the only goal for Westminster while Alex Wocjic recorded 8 saves in net.
Benet Academy 5, Bartlett 1: Despite having 6 saves from their goalkeeper Justin Busch, the Hawks lost their opening match of the Best of the Midwest Tournament. Anthony Santori scored Bartlett's lone goal.