Ramblers Defeat Pack
09/10/2018 - Girls Varsity Golf
Ignatius dropped their match to Loyola at Glencoe Golf Club. Kate Hull had the low round of the day for the Pack with a 47.
Pack Upend Mustangs
09/10/2018 - Boys Varsity Soccer
The Pack defeated St. Rita on Monday night to improve to 4-2 (3-0). Goals were scored by Matt Griffin, Christian Telles (2) and Keith Bevans, with assists from Ryan Fitzpatrick, Kendall Rice and Ronan Sullivan. Pack takes on Lane Tech this evening in a private vs. public PepsiCo city showdown.
Wolfpack Defeat St. Rita
09/10/2018 - Boys Soph Soccer
The Wolfpack was able to beat St. Rita 6-1 last night. The Wolfpack were great out of the air, with Drake Koeneman scoring a header on a cross from Alex Tan for the first goal of the game.
Wolfpack Stop Meteors
09/10/2018 - Boys Frosh Soccer
The Wolfpack improved to 3-1-2 (1-0 in Catholic League play) with a 7-1 win over De La Salle. In a total team performance, goals (and assists) were scored by: Jack Regan (penalty kick), Mike Gladden header (Jack Regan), Jack Schiedemeyer (Ryan Fassnacht), Edgar Calderon (Alex Calabrese), Jack Lowe (Billy Thompson), Ryan Fassnacht (Mateo Cubas), and Cameron Mattox (Tyler Masseur).
Wolfpack Defeat Elgin
09/10/2018 - Girls Varsity Field Hockey
The Pack (3-3) traveled to Elgin and beat the home team 1-0. Multiple scoring opportunities just missed until sophomore Lily Good scored the lone goal. Sophomore Jadon Davis recorded her third shutout of the season.
Pack Stop Deerfield
09/08/2018 - Girls Varsity Field Hockey
The Pack (2-3) defeated Deerfield 1-0. A tie game at the half, the Pack offensive pressure was tough. A shot from junior Lauren Jasen was redirected for a goal from fellow junior Anna Hoese for the game winner.
Crystal Lake Defeats Pack
09/08/2018 - Boys Varsity Soccer
The Wolfpack lost a tough match 2-0 to Crystal Lake South to open the 2018 PepsiCo Showdown. Tournament continues Tuesday, Sept 11, Thursday, Sept 13, and Saturday, Sept 15. Pack also takes on St. Rita and Br. Rice this week looking to improve their conference record to 4-0.
Pack 6th at Lake Park
09/08/2018 - Girls Varsity Cross Country
The Wolfpack finished 6th of 24 teams in the Lake Park Invite. Rhiannon O'Keefe led the way in 15th place. Rosie Sullivan and Mia Trotter earned solid PRs.
Pack finishes 12th at First to the Finish
09/08/2018 - Boys Varsity Cross Country
At the biggest race of the year so far in Illinois, the First to the Finish Invitational in Peoria, the Wolfpack finished 12th out of 49 teams with 401 runners on Saturday. Running on the state championship course at Detweiller Park, junior Jacob Flynn ran a personal best time of 15 minutes and 18 seconds to lead the Wolfpack and win a 24th place medal. Senior John Walls also ran a personal best (15:23) for a 29th place medal. Sophomore Liam Linnen (84th) ran another personal best (15:53) as the third Wolfpack runner. Senior Christian Coletta (16:13, 122nd) and senior John Rittereiser (16:17, 131st) were the number four and five scorers for the Wolfpack. Junior Harry Lesak (16:18, 132nd) turned in another big personal best as the Wolfpack’s sixth runner, and senior Tom Novy (16:28, 159th) ran his fastest race ever at Detweiller, as well, to complete the Wolfpack top seven. Three more runners ran the varsity race: Sophmore Colin Linnen (183rd, 16:35), junior Al Kaleshi (215th, 16:51), and Carlin Kyhl (257th, 17:11) all ran personal bests on the Detweiller course. “This was a good performance,” said Coach Ed Ernst. “We beat some ranked teams—including last year’s state champions. We beat our Catholic League rival Marmion. But we still have to get better in the weeks ahead.”
Pack Shut Out ND
09/08/2018 - Boys Frosh Soccer
The Wolfpack improved to 2-2-1 with a hard fought 1-0 win over Notre Dame on Saturday. Mike Gladden headed the ball in off a Jack Regan corner kick for the lone score at the end of the 1st half. The defense fought a physical game led by Billy Thompson. Christian Carr played well at midfield and Simon Leiderman established a presence at striker. Keeper Andrew Krayer thwarted a penalty kick late in the game and earned his first clean sheet of his Wolfpack career.
Wolfpack Win Lyons Quad
09/08/2018 - Girls Frosh 'A' Volleyball
The Wolfpack went 3-0 over the weekend, defeating Lyons A (23-25, 25-12, 15-12), Lyons B (25-16, 25-20) and Stagg (25-18, 25-18). After cruising through a victory against Lyons B, the team faced a tough Lyons A team. After a slow start in game one, the Wolfpack turned it around when they were down 12-19. A big rally tied up the game, after which it was point for point until the home team took game one 23-25. The Wolfpack took care of business in game two with tough offense and a solid block, winning 25-12. And after a strong start in game three, leading 9-3, Lyons fought back and made it 9-8, but couldn't quite catch the Wolfpack who won 15-12. After the exciting win, the Wolfpack took care of business against Stagg, in two games. Gigi Kinner ended the day with 27 kills, Scarlett McGuire had 57 assists and Angelina Gazzi and Katie Johnson had 39 and 33 digs, respectively. Kiya Levy added 16 kills. The team is now 8-0 this season.
Wolfpack 16th at First to the Finish
09/08/2018 - Boys Frosh/Soph Cross Country
In the open race at First to the Finish Invitational, the biggest race of the year so far in Illinois, the Wolfpack finished 16th out of 75 teams on Saturday. Sophomore Connor Walls led the Wolfpack in 68th place out of 1094 runners with a personal best time of 17 minutes and 18 seconds. Two freshmen, Theo Conroy (17:21, 74th ) and Brian Moore (17:23, 80th), finished close behind. Another freshman, Henry Gilbert (17:50, 131st ), and sophomore Connor Fitzpatrick (17:57, 151s) completed the five-man scoring team for the Wolfpack. “Our freshmen ran their first big-time race,” said Assistant Coach Nate McPherson. “And they showed that they are going to be big-time performers.”
Wolfpack Place 10th at LP Invite
09/08/2018 - Girls JV Cross Country
The Wolfpack finished 10th of 24 teams in the Lake Park Invite. Bella Corral led the way finishing 63rd in a field of 172 finishers.
Wolfpack Take 2nd at Lake Park
09/08/2018 - Girls JV Cross Country
Ignatius finished 2nd of 24 teams in the Lake Park Invite. Five freshmen earned awards by finishing in the top 30 in a field of over 500 runners - Zoey Holland (7th), Maggie Freeman (10th), Annie O'Neill (12th), Haley Rieckelman (15th), Grace Van Pelt (17th).
Pack Hault Reavis
09/07/2018 - Boys JV Soccer
The Wolfpack kept pace and intensity all throughout the game to close out a 1-0 victory against Reavis. C. Yonan took a breakaway off the left flank diagonally towards the goal to have a shot placed over the keeper towards the back of the net. With 5 minutes left in the game the ref saw a foul off the opponents corner and called a penalty kick for Reavis. L.Hales saved the kick off his foot towards the center of the goal to secure another shut out in the season.
Wolfpack Defeat Panthers
09/06/2018 - Girls Varsity Golf
The Pack took down Regina at Glenview Prairie Club. Freshman Hailey Boyle finished with the low round of the day firing a 39.
Wolfpack Shut Out Meteors
09/06/2018 - Boys Varsity Soccer
The Wolfpack defeated De La Salle 3-0 last night to improve to 3-1 (2-0). Goals were scored by Max Hanlon, Matt Griffin and Chris Braman with assists from Keith Bevans and Max Hanlon. Pack takes on Crystal Lake South on Saturday to open play in the PepsiCo Showdown.
Spartans Defeat Pack
09/06/2018 - Girls Varsity Volleyball
The Wolfpack (7-8 overall) lost a non-conference game to Marian Catholic on the road 25-16, 25-22. Lindsay Zver and Mackenzie Washington each had 5 kills for the Wolfpack.
Wolfpack Shut Down Lake Forest
09/06/2018 - Girls JV Field Hockey
The Wolfpack beat Lake Forest Academy 4-0 behind goals from sophomores Marina D’Arco, Kaitlin Wheeler and Lulu Muscarello and freshman Kylie Madonia.
Pack Rally to Defeat Spartans
09/06/2018 - Girls Frosh 'A' Volleyball
The Wolfpack rallied from behind to defeat Marian Catholic in two, 26-24, 25-21. After a slow start the Pack found themselves in a 13-20 hole. Slowly they dug their way out and kept fighting. At 20-24 Anna Bradley (four aces, four kills) stepped back to the serving line and finished the game 26-24. With the momentum on their side, the Wolfpack held a steady lead in game two and finished the match to remain undefeated this season. Scarlett McGuire dished 15 assists and Gigi Kinner led the offense with 13 kills.
09/06/2018 - Boys Soph Soccer
The Wolfpack topped the Meteors at home 7-0. Ignatius gets another shutout with the help of Jacob Klincewicz and Nick Barkidjija in goal.
Wolfpack Fall to Mustangs
09/06/2018 - Boys Varsity Golf
Another wet and windy day at Harborside. The Wolfpack lost with Jack Higgins ’20 leading the way with a 43.
Pack Drop One to St. Rita
09/06/2018 - Boys JV Golf
Another wet and windy day at Harborside. The Wolfpack Varsity won with William Sidrys ’22 leading the way with a 44
Romans Defeat Pack
09/06/2018 - Boys JV Golf
The Pack struggled to overcome Latin School on a wet and windy day at Jackson Park. Jack Williams ’21 led the way with a 46 but that wasn’t enough for the Pack.
Pack Shuts Out GW
09/05/2018 - Boys JV Soccer
The Wolfpack had a shutout against Glenbard West. First goal was scored from E. Gould off a well executed penalty kick. J. Lannon placed a wonderful 40 yard shot at the top corner of the goal to end the game 2-0. The team placed 2nd at the Lyons Tournament by losing to winner Lyons in a penalty shoot out during their first game of the tournament. The Wolfpack final tounament record was 2-1.