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Boys Junior Varsity Soccer, Boys Varsity Soccer · Dunlap High School Boys Junior Varsity Soccer ties vs Richwoods HS 0-0


Saturday, October 7, 2017

12:00 PM

vs Richwoods HS
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0

Dunlap High School
HOME
0

Game Recap

Dunlap tied Richwoods 0-0 Saturday.


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Multiple Teams · Dunlap High School Girls Varsity Volleyball beat Rochelle Township High School 2-0


Saturday, October 7, 2017

9:45 AM

Dunlap High School
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2

Rochelle Township High School
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0

Game Recap

Dixon Invitational

Box Scores

1
2
3
4
5
Dunlap
21

21

Rochelle Township
11

10


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Multiple Teams · Dunlap High School Girls Varsity Tennis finishes 1st place


Saturday, October 7, 2017

9:00 AM

Place

1

Points

26

Meet Recap

Play was stalled on the first day (Saturday) after rain moved into the area. Play concluded Monday, with Dunlap taking 3 of the 4 championships and Morton repeating as #1 doubles champions (Mohr/Laktas).

Dunlap Freshman, Taylor Disharoon cruised to an easy, straight set victory (0,0) over Morton senior, Crystal Cobler in the #1 singles final.

Dunlap Senior, Deepti Sudhakar battled Metamora Senior Alison Lee in a back and forth match, with Sudhakar gutting out a 6-3, 3-6, 6-2 victory at #2 singles.

The #2 doubles final featured a rematch from earlier this season, with Dunlap’s Livy Sutton and Katie San Jose taking on Cushing/Kelly of Metamora. In the rematch, Dunlap saw their way through to a 6-4, 6-2 victory.

The #1 doubles bracket was backed up the furthest, due to a 3.5 hour first round match Saturday, between Mulvey/Dunn(Pekin) and Roozenboom/Naramore(W). The senior Dunlap duo of Stark/Narayanan easily dispatched the Washington team, 6-2, 6-1 to set up a rematch with Morton. In the final, the Morton duo of Laktas/Mohr jumped out to an early lead which they would never give up. Dunlap had a few bright spots and a few spurts to challenge the defending #1 doubles champions, but Morton was too much, cruising to a 6-1, 6-2 victory.

The team points chase saw Dunlap enter the weekend with a 2pt lead (6-0 conference record) over Metamora, Morton and Washington (all finished 4-2 in conference). By reaching the finals in all divisions, the Lady Eagles secured the outright team championship with a tournament total of 26 points (2 off of a perfect score) and 16.5 total points for the conference season. Morton finished second in the tournament, with 19 points to give them 13 for the conference season, barely edging out Metamora (18pts in tournament, 11.5 season points).

Prior to this weekend, the Lady Eagles had not won conference in 10 years (2007-08 under head coach, Mario Palmieri). The conference win also marked the first women’s conference title for Dunlap coach, Pat Gornik. “It’s been a long time coming for these ladies. They’ve really put in work this season and tried to embrace some coaching and strategy that wasn’t there before. We came close to beating Morton last year, but lost by something like half a point – I blame that on myself and wasn’t going to let that happen again,” said coach Pat Gornik. “I’m just so happy for the girls. They deserve everything they got this weekend and this season. We didn’t talk much about a team championship or anything like that all season – we just focused on what we can do and what we can control to get better. Our #2 doubles team was REALLY in sync today and played some of their best tennis. Our two singles players had monster days and amazing tournaments overall. For Taylor to come out, as a freshman and play #1 is huge in and of itself, but for her to go undefeated in conference duals and then win the conference title, at the toughest position, in the way that she did – it’s unbelievable. Deepti (#2 singles) continued striking the ball very well – her warm up before match play was phenomenal. She got taken out of her preferred game for a bit, but she made the adjustment and showed just how versatile and great of a player that she is. Allison Lee is a tremendous competitor and I don’t think she had a conference singles loss coming in to the match – she’s a fighter for sure and makes you win every point.”

“#1 doubles ran into a buzzsaw today in the final. We had a bit of tough luck with that really long match on Saturday. Steph and Yashodha never got on court after our initial warm-up, so they essentially hadn’t played since Thursday,” said Gornik. “Thankfully we were able to come away with a win in the semis, but we knew heading in that if we weren’t ready, Mohr & Laktas would absolutely pick us apart. Unfortunately we never really got our footing and I wasn’t able to coach us out of it. Morton played some of the best tennis I’ve seen them play all year – they really saved their best for last in conference. They’ll definitely give those teams in Blo-No a run for their money in sectionals.” Speaking on the loss, Gornik remarked, “I’d rather have us get our eyes opened a bit today, rather than on Friday. We’ve got a few days to put in some work and make some corrections. I look forward to getting our ladies right back into their games.”

“We will take today, enjoy the championship, but tomorrow is back to business. We don’t want this to be the end of our season. By all means, this is a tremendous accomplishment for our ladies, but now we need to refocus for the next step.”

Opponents

School Place Points
Dunlap High School
1
26
Morton High School
2
19
Metamora Township High School
3
18
Washington High School
4
11
Limestone Community High School
5
7
Pekin Community High School
6
6
East Peoria Community High School
7
1

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Eagles News · Event Recap: Week of September 30 – October 6


Saturday, Sep 30th

Boys Varsity Soccer
@ Beloit Memorial High School
W 5 – 6 SUMMARY
Girls Varsity Swimming
@ Richwoods High School
N/A
Boys Varsity Golf
@ Normal Community High School
N/A
Girls Varsity Volleyball
@ Moline High School
L 2 – 0 SUMMARY
Boys Varsity Cross Country
vs OPEN DATE
N/A
Girls Varsity Cross Country
vs OPEN DATE
N/A
Girls Varsity Tennis
Richwoods HS
2nd Place SUMMARY
Girls Junior Varsity Tennis
@ Morton High School
N/A
Girls Varsity Volleyball
@ Kennedy Cedar Rapids
W 0 – 2 SUMMARY
Boys Varsity Soccer
vs. Althoff Catholic
W 4 – 3 SUMMARY
Boys Varsity Soccer
vs. Althoff Catholic
N/A

Sunday, Oct 1st

No event results

Monday, Oct 2nd

Girls Junior Varsity Tennis
vs Peoria Christian HS
N/A
Boys Sophomore Football
vs. vs Washington HS
L 35 – 56

Tuesday, Oct 3rd

Boys Varsity Golf
OPEN DATE
N/A
Boys Varsity Soccer
@ Limestone Community High School
W 0 – 4 SUMMARY
Boys Varsity Cross Country
vs Morton HS
N/A
Girls Varsity Cross Country
vs Morton HS
N/A
Girls Freshman Volleyball
vs. vs East Peoria HS
N/A
Girls Junior Varsity Volleyball
vs. vs East Peoria HS
N/A
Boys Junior Varsity Soccer
@ Limestone Community High School
W 0 – 7 SUMMARY
Girls Varsity Volleyball
vs. vs East Peoria HS
N/A

Wednesday, Oct 4th

Girls Varsity Golf
OPEN DATE
N/A
Girls Varsity Tennis
vs. Geneseo High School
W SUMMARY

Thursday, Oct 5th

Girls Freshman Volleyball
@ Morton HS
N/A
Boys Junior Varsity Soccer
vs. vs Peoria Christian HS
N/A
Girls Junior Varsity Volleyball
@ Morton HS
N/A
Boys Varsity Soccer
vs. vs Peoria Christian HS
W 7 – 0 SUMMARY
Girls Varsity Volleyball
@ Morton HS
N/A

Friday, Oct 6th

Boys Freshman Football
vs. vs Metamora HS
N/A
Boys Varsity Football
vs. vs Metamora HS
N/A

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Boys Junior Varsity Soccer, Boys Varsity Soccer · Dunlap High School Boys Varsity Soccer beat vs Peoria Christian HS 7-0


Thursday, October 5, 2017

6:30 PM

vs Peoria Christian HS
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Dunlap High School
HOME
7

Game Recap

Dunlap defeated Peoria Christian 7-0. Jack Schaberg scored off of an assist from Ryan McMillan in the 8th minute. McMillan scored the first of his 3 goals off of a pass from Ben Schellenberg in the 15th, and again in the 36th and 39th minutes, both assisted by Chase Miller. Hudson Hazlewood scored 7 minutes into the second half, assisted by Miller, and again in the 68th minute, unassisted. Jack Ierulli scored the Eagle’s 6th goal of the match in the 64th minute, assisted by Hazlewood. Dunlap outshot PC 11-2, with 5 corners to PC’s 1. Luke Cross recorded both saves for the Eagles.

Box Scores

1
2
vs Peoria Christian HS

Dunlap
4

3


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Multiple Teams · Dunlap High School Girls Varsity Tennis beat Geneseo High School 9-0


Wednesday, October 4, 2017

4:00 PM

Geneseo High School
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Dunlap High School
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9

Meet Recap

1. Disharoon def Brophy 6-4, 6-0
2. Sudhakar def Dunker 6-0, 6-1
3. Henson def Corgan 6-1, 4-6, 10-8
4. Zhang def Bieneman 6-3, 6-2
5. Duchaine def Bowers 6-3, 6-4
6. Li def Harms 6-4, 7-6 (3)

1. Stark/Narayanan def Miller/J. Thomas 6-3, 5-7, 10-8
2. Sutton/San Jose def M. Thomas/Strohm 6-3, 6-3
3. Hindenburg/Walton def Clementz/Webster 6-4, 6-4


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Boys Junior Varsity Soccer, Boys Varsity Soccer · Dunlap High School Boys Varsity Soccer beat Limestone Community High School 4-0


Tuesday, October 3, 2017

4:15 PM

Dunlap High School
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4

Limestone Community High School
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0

Game Recap

Dunlap defeated Limestone 4-0 in Mid-Illini Conference play. Ryan McMillan opened up the scoring for the Eagles in the 10th minute, assisted by Habtamu Kruiswyk, and again in the 22nd, assisted by Jackson Koval. Jack Ierulli scored on a header in the 40th minute, assisted by Skylar Campbell. McMillan scored the Eagles’ only goal of the second half in the 54th minute of play, again assisted by Kruiswyk. The Eagles outshot Limestone 24-5, with 6 corners to Limestone’s 3. Lucas Cross recorded 3 saves, and Sam Boston added 2 more for Dunlap.

Box Scores

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2
Dunlap
3

1

Limestone Community


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Boys Junior Varsity Soccer, Boys Varsity Soccer · Dunlap High School Boys Junior Varsity Soccer beat Limestone Community High School 7-0


Tuesday, October 3, 2017

6:15 PM

Dunlap High School
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7

Limestone Community High School
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0

Game Recap

Dunlap defeated Limestone 7-0 Tuesday night. David Lawani scored 2 goals for the Eagles, with assists from Rafa Davis and Andrew Frantz. Also scoring for Dunlap were Rafa Davis (assisted by Vedant Khatri), Austin Graham, Andrew Frantz (assisted by Isaac Zimmerman), Josh Abraham (assisted by Andrei Ciofoaia) and Ben Plank-Hogberg.

Box Scores

1
2
Dunlap
5

2

Limestone Community


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Boys Junior Varsity Soccer, Boys Varsity Soccer · Dunlap High School Boys Varsity Soccer beat Althoff Catholic 4-3


Saturday, September 30, 2017

5:00 PM

Althoff Catholic
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3

Dunlap High School
HOME
4

Game Recap

Dunlap defeated Althoff Catholic in an overtime shootout, 4-3, in their final game of the Go 4 the Goal Fall Classic. Althoff went up 1-0 on a Dunlap own goal in the 5th minute, but Dunlap’s Ryan McMillan answered with a goal in the 18th minute, assisted by Habtamu Kruiswyk. The match remained tied 1-1 through regulation, which was followed by a penalty shootout. Althoff saved the first shot from Dunlap, and scored their first PK. Jack Ierulli scored to tie the score 2-2. Dunlap goalkeeper Farid Rodriguez, who recorded 10 saves in the match, blocked Althoff’s next attempt. Kruiswyk scored to put the Eagles up 3-2, but Althoff answered to tie the score at 3. McMillan put the Eagles up 4-3, and Rodriguez was able to block the last two Althoff attempts to secure the win for Dunlap. The Eagles were outshot 12-9, with 4 corners to Althoff’s 2.

Box Scores

1
2
OT1
Althoff Catholic
1

2

Dunlap
1

3


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Multiple Teams · Dunlap High School Girls Varsity Tennis finishes 2nd place


Saturday, September 30, 2017

9:00 AM

Place

2

Points

23

Meet Recap

1 singles results
R1 – Disharoon def Childers-Harris (Richwoods) 6-0, 6-0
SF – Sonnemaker (W) def Disharoon 6-3, 4-6, 10-7
3rd place – Disharoon def Clayton (Quincy) 3-6, 6-3, 10-4

2 singles results
R1 – Sudhakar def Jimenez (CC) 6-0, 6-0
SF – Sudhakar def Loudermilk (Morton) 6-3, 6-2
1st place – Sudhakar def Venegalla (Glenwood) 6-2, 6-1

1 doubles results
R1 – Moore/Vonderheide (QND) def Sutton/San Jose 6-4, 6-3
CSF – Sutton/San Jose def Johnston/Lardizabal 4-6, 6-0, 10-7
5th place – Mohr/Laktas (Morton) def Sutton/San Jose 6-4, 3-6, 10-7

2 doubles results
R1 – Hindenburg/Walton def Martin/Auer (W) 6-2, 7-6(5)
SF – Santos/Wollanston (Q) def Hindenburg/Walton 6-3, 7-6(2)
3rd place – Hindenburg/Walton def Steinkamp/Steinkamp 0-6, 6-4, 10-8

Opponents

School Place Points
Glenwood High School
1
26
Dunlap High School
2
23
Quincy Senior High School
3
22
Morton High School
4
20
Quincy Notre Dame High School
5
17
Washington High School
6
16
Champaign Central High School
7
15
Richwoods High School
8
5