Ignatius Cleveland Edges Wolfpack
03/18/2018 - Boys Varsity Lacrosse
The Wolfpack lost 8-7 in overtime to Saint Ignatius Cleveland on Sunday. Sam Madura led all scorers with 3 goals, while Blaise Malisch dominated the defensive end causing 5 takeaways.
Pack Shut Down Lane in Opener
03/17/2018 - Boys Varsity Lacrosse
The Wolfpack defeated Lane Tech 14-1 at UIC. Robbie Mozella and Finn O‘scannlain lead all scorers with 3 goals a piece and Jake Daut had 1 goal and two assistant in his varsity debut.
Pack 11th at Fenwick Tournament
03/17/2018 - Boys Varsity Water Polo
The Pack finished in 11th place in the Fenwick Tournament this past weekend with a record of 2-2. They opened up play with a loss to Stevenson, but rebounded with a win over New Trier. A tough overtime loss to Curie followed, but the Pack finished the day strong with a come from behind victory over Lincoln-Way East. Gus Enger, Conor Shannon and Moises Lopez led the attack. Jimmy Howorth was anchoring the Pack defense. The Pack travel to Brother Rice on Monday.
Wolfpack Shut Out Leyden
03/17/2018 - Girls JV Soccer
The Pack came out of the gate scoring as they won their first home game in convincing fashion against Leyden with a score of 7-0. The Pack put into practice quick passes and smart game play as team chemistry continued to grow in the early part of this season. The Pack opened up the scoring column with a goal by Sergo Berhane and was assisted by Kiley Del Giudice. Del Giudice would not be held in check as she serviced a second assist to Emma Zupko for the second goal of the match. Following Zupko’s goal, defender Olivia Andrews scored from outside the box and then Bella Corral scored for her second goal of the season. Valeria Fernandez showed some spark off the bench when she scored back-to-back goals and then finally Isabel Oyuela put the seventh goal for the Pack in the net in the final 15 minutes of the first half. Other assists were tallied by Maria Morakalis and Isabel Oyuela. The rest of the game, the Wolfpack isolated the Leyden offense and continued to keep them at bay to help goalkeepers and defenders keep the clean sheet. The Pack start a three-game home stand on Tuesday against visiting New Trier.
Wolfpack Cool Off Blazers in Opening Wing
03/17/2018 - Girls Varsity Soccer
The Wolfpack opened up GCAC play with a 8-0 victory of Trinity. From the get go, the Wolfpack had momentum and kept attack the Trinity goalie. Hailey Laurenson, Adrian Williams, and Grace Campbell are recorded two goals. Ella Richards and Maddie Flynn recorded a goal a piece. Emma Thompson recorded her first shutout of the season. All 23 players saw minutes in the first conference game of the season. Next up, a city matchup against Parker on Monday.
Pack Shut Out Solorio
03/16/2018 - Girls Varsity Softball
The Wolfpack (2-0) defeated Solorio 9-0 behind sophomore Jessica Stemper's one-hit shutout. The Pack were led offensively by sophomores Mary Boyle and Mia Anaya and freshman Lexi Anaya.
Pack Open with Win Over Solorio
03/16/2018 - Girls JV Softball
The Pack (1-0) defeated Solorio 19-6 with freshman Mia Trotter on the mound, retiring ten with strikeouts. Katherine Knuth, Emma Coit, and Erin Converse each contributed solid hits, and Trotter hit a two-run triple in the first.
Wolfpack Stop Grizzlies in Opener
03/15/2018 - Boys Varsity Baseball
The Wolfpack opened the 2018 season with a 12-2 win over Payton in five innings at Rice Park. Senior Xavier Williams allowed one unearned run in three strong innings to earn the win. Junior Ryan Dziekan (2 doubles, 3 RBI) and Brian Gannon (double, 2 RBI) paced the offense.
Pack Win Home Opener
03/15/2018 - Girls Varsity Softball
The Wolfpack (1-0) defeated Pritzker 16-4 behind junior pitcher Alana Lapitan's two-hit, eight strikeout performance. Sophomore Mary Boyle opened up the scoring with a grandslam in the first inning. Sophomore Jessica Stemper had a three-run homerun in the second and Lapitan finished off a 3-3, 7 RBI day at the plate with a three-run homerun in the fourth.
Wolfpack Top Jones in Opener
03/15/2018 - Girls JV Soccer
The Pack shook the off-season jitters away as they took their first victory of the season, 3-0, against Jones. With a shaky start, the Wolfpack found themselves in a back-and-forth match throughout the first fifteen minutes of the first half. Then as the Wolfpack began to find their chemistry, the goals came forth. The first tally of the season came from junior captain Sergo Berhane. Then as the half continued, the second goal was scored by freshmen forward Isa Oyuela who received a cross field pass from freshman center back Cammie Shutt. Isa who found success in finding the net earlier, spread the wealth to fellow freshman forward Bella Corral who scored on a 2-on-1 transition. Beginning the second half up 3-0, the Wolfpack found their groove by shutting down the Jones offense. Returning sophomores Liv Andrews, Sofie Kowalski and Julia Espinosa along with reserves Cammie Shutt and Allison Hughes shut down any hope Jones had on the attack. It was a great win for the Pack. The Wolfpack will be back in action on Saturday for their first home game against visiting Leyden.
Pack Ties Jones in Opener
03/15/2018 - Girls Varsity Soccer
In the season opener for the Wolfpack, Jones went up with an early 2-0 lead heading into the half but the Pack stormed back in the second to tie them 2-2. The Wolfpack began to showcase their offensive firepower in the second half. Freshman Ella Richards recorded a goal and an assist while Hailey Laurenson recorded her first goal of the season. Solid performances by Grace Campbell, Adrian Williams, and Rachael Ryan for the first tie of the season. The Wolfpack open up their GCAC schedule with Trinity on Saturday.
Fenwick Defeats Wolfpack
03/14/2018 - Boys Varsity Water Polo
The Pack lost to Fenwick 10-5. Conor Shannon and Moises Lopez each had 2 goals while Gus Enger had 1 goal. Jimmy Howorth had 8 saves and 4 steals. The Pack play Stevenson in the first round of the Fenwick tournament tonight.
OT Goes to Friars
03/14/2018 - Boys JV Water Polo
The Wolfpack lost to Fenwick 11-8 in OT in a tightly knit affair. Luke Christy led the way with 4 goals, while Nikhil Robinson and Charles Lewis each had 2 goals. Denny Paskali and Josh Ortega combined for 8 saves. The Pack travel to Brother Rice on Monday.
Loyola Defeats Pack
03/12/2018 - Boys Varsity Water Polo
The Wolfpack lost to Loyola 10-4. A slow start by the Pack allowed the Ramblers to build a commanding lead and not look back. Gus Enger led the way with 2 goals, while Conor Shannon and Moises Lopez each had 1 goal each. Jimmy Howorth had 2 assists and 5 saves in goal. The Pack travel to Fenwick on Wednesday.
Ramblers Take Down Pack
03/12/2018 - Girls Varsity Water Polo
The Wolfpack was on the road at Loyola and fell 12-6 after a rough start but finished with five goals in the second half. Fern Oliveira led the way with four goals while both Georgia and Carson Goldrick added one.
St. Charles Spoils Opener
03/12/2018 - Girls Varsity Lacrosse
The Wolfpack dropped their season opener 12-6 to a strong St. Charles team. Fiona McMahon had a hat trick on the night, and Nina Montes, Grace Sutoris, and Maggie Devitt all had a goal a piece. Goalie Logan Daly had an outstanding game with 10 saves. The Wolfpack look to get back on track Wednesday night with their home opener against Glenbard West.
Pack Top Ramblers
03/12/2018 - Boys JV Water Polo
The Pack outlasted Loyola 6-5 at home. Luke Christy led the attack with 2 goals, while Sebastian Caniglia, Anthony Severino, Charles Lewis and Nikhil Robinson also scored. Denny Paskali and Josh Ortega combined for 6 saves in goal. The Pack host Fenwick on Wednesday.
Loyola Stops Wolfpack
03/12/2018 - Girls JV Water Polo
The Pack lost 9-4 against the Ramblers of Loyola. Paula West led the way with two goals, Kylee Kuzinar and Katie Vogel each added one. Christina Rinella and goalie Emma Cox also came away with three steals.
Pack Tie Glenbrook South
03/12/2018 - Boys Frosh Lacrosse
The Pack gave Glenbrook South all they could handle in an 8-8 Overtime tie last night. Jake Daut and Connor Dobell led the offense with 3 goals apiece. The defense was led by Joe Karnick who made 8 saves and Paul Montes who led the team in takeaways, groundballs and chipped in a goal.
Pack 3rd at Palatine
03/09/2018 - Boys Varsity Water Polo
The Pack finished in 3rd place in the Palatine Tournament over the weekend. They defeated OPRF and H-F on Friday night, before losing to Loyola and Curie on Saturday. The Pack are back in action today as they host Loyola in conference play at UIC.
Pack Stops St. Viator
03/07/2018 - Boys JV Water Polo
The Wolfpack defeated St. Viator 13-7 in an exhibition game. Charles Lewis led the attack, with Sebastian Caniglia, Nikhil Robinson, Luke Christy and Anthony Severino also scoring. Denny Paskali and Josh Ortega combined for 10 saves in goal. The JV will host Loyola on Monday.
Wolfpack Win Home Opener
03/07/2018 - Boys Varsity Water Polo
The Pack defeated St. Viator 8-1 in the their home opener. Conor Shannon had 4 goals, while Bradley Yendro, Gus Enger, Moises Lopez and Luke Hunneke each had 1 goal each. Jimmy Howorth had 4 assists and 6 saves in goal. The Pack will play in the Palatine Tournament this weekend.
Pack Grab Opening Win Over St. Viator
03/07/2018 - Girls Varsity Water Polo
The Wolfpack defeated St. Viator 11-10 in an exciting overtime victory to open the season. Georgia Goldrick scored 3 goals, Michelle Torralba & Carson Goldrick each had 2 goals, Joia McKinney, Bryce Spearing, Fern Oliveira and Danika Chavez all added 1 goal. Audrey Cahill had four steals in goal.
Wolfpack Cruise to Opening Win
03/05/2018 - Boys Varsity Water Polo
The Wolfpack started the 2018 season on the right foot with a 16-9 win over St. Rita. The Pack jumped out to a big 1st quarter lead and never looked back. Conor Shannon and Moises Lopez each had 4 goals, while Bradley Yendro (3 goals), Gus Enger (2 goals) and Luke Hunneke (2 goals) also scored. Jimmy Howorth had 4 assists and 10 saves in goal. The Pack host St. Viator on Wednesday.
Pack Open with Win Over Mustangs
03/05/2018 - Boys JV Water Polo
The Pack opened up the 2018 with a 10-8 come from behind win at St. Rita. The Pack were behind for most of the game before a strong 3rd quarter scoring run gave them the lead for good. Charles Lewis and Luke Christy each had 3 goals, while Sebastian Caniglia and Nikhil Robinson each had 2 goals. Denny Paskali and Josh Ortega each had 5 saves in goal. The Pack will play St. Viator at home on Wednesday.