Fenwick High School’s cross-country team participated in the Peoria Invitational on October 1st.
The boys finished fifth on the team with 251 points. Nate McKillop finished in his seventh place with his time of 15 minutes and 8.96 seconds, the top individual result for the Friars.
The other Fenwick runners were Dean O’Brien (19th, 15:33.93), Grayden Lille (31st, 15:52.90), Benicio Calideo (90th, 16:39.13) and Chris Baja (106th, 16th). :48.73) and Finn Manley (127th). , 16:59.71) and Michael Domke (170th, 17:29.27)
The Fenwick Girls were 17th with 484 points. Vera Daley had Fenwick’s best result, finishing ninth (18:06.73).
Ava Rodriguez (98th, 20:27.66), Keira Miller (116th, 20:55.66), Romy Bergetz (140th, 21:27.23), Amalia Anderson (21:27.92), Molly Weber (149th, 21:30.96) ), Adelai Kaiser (179th, 22:28.46) The line-up of monks has been completed.
The women’s golf teams from Fenwick, Oak Park and River Forest High School finished 1-2 at the IHSA Class 2A St. Ignatius Regional on September 29th.
The Monks’ score of 357 was five shots higher than the runner-up Huskies (362).
Fenwick’s Charlotte Battsman finished third among the individuals, shooting 85 rounds. OPRF’s Ella Homlock and Friar Kathryn Sweeney tied for fourth with 86 each. Huskies’ Faith Lee (tied for 8th, 90th) and Emerson Amstats (tied for 9th, 91st) also made the top 10.
Olivia Titovich (92), Emma Maria Bassett (94), Megan Grothe (117) and Jenin Gabbat (127) round out the Friars lineup, followed by Elle Tanner (95) and Trinity Mosher (100). , Renner Prouty (101) and other Huskies were in attendance.
However, in the Class 2A Glenbrook North section on October 3, neither Fenwick nor OPRF not only failed to reach the state finals as a team, they also had no individual qualifiers. The Huskies were 11th with his 386 RBI and the Monks were 13th with his 403 RBI.
Bateman and Sweeney each hit 89, beating the state’s qualifying score of 85 by four and leading Fenwick. Mosher (93), Amstutz (94), and Tanner (97) were the top OPRF individuals.
The Fenwick Boys Golf Team finished 3rd in the IHSA Class 2A Hinsdale South Regional on 28th September with 321 strokes.
Clark Bennett and Jack Harrison tied for eighth with 79 each, and Nick Scudder tied for 13th with 81. Mack Overleys (82), Liam Dugan (83) and Kevin Hanley (87) rounded out the lineup for the Flyers.
On October 3, at the St Viator Sectional, Fenwick finished seventh with 329 at-bats. Bennett shot his 78, missing out on state qualification by one stroke. Scudder carded in 80 rounds, Harrison in 85, Hanley in 86, Obelize in 89 and Dugan in 95.
Class 3A Loyola Academy Regionals On September 28, OPRF’s fifth-place score of 342 was not enough for the team to advance to the section. However, the Huskies qualified his trio of Jacob Goldberg (82), Luke Roberts (84) and Kevin Cortez (85).
At the Conant Sectional on October 3, Cortez narrowly missed out on provincial qualifiers, shooting 78 to finish one shot below the cutline. Roberts fired 82 and Goldberg 84.
trinity cross country
Trinity High School’s cross-country team performed strongly at the Pat Savage Invitational in Niles West on October 2nd, finishing 7th out of 37 participating schools with 236 points.
The McGreal sisters were the Blazers’ top two runners in the Class 1A/2A division. Freshman Molly put her in 15th place with a time of 19:49.96 and senior Amanda put her in 17th place with a time of 19:57.76.
Ella Miller (20th, 20:03.50), Jasmine Arzuaga (21st, 20:04.71), Myra Roy (39th, 20:49.25) and Jade Morelli (42nd, 20:56.40) rounded out the Trinity line-up .
The Fenwick High School men’s soccer team lost four games on September 27, with a goal from Jake Brecknock giving the Flyers (6-7-2) a 1-0 victory over the De La Salle Institute visit.
Fenwick will be seeded third in the upcoming IHSA Class 2A section, but the host has yet to be announced. Ian Martinello leads the Flyers with eight goals and 21 points, while Brecknock has seven goals and 19 points. In goals, Finnegan-Williams records his four shutouts and his 1.74 goals against average.
Meanwhile, Oak Park and River Forest High School improved to 10-3 after shutting out Willowbrook 6-0 on September 30. Husky is seeded his third in the IHSA Class 3A Glenbrook South Section.