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North Shore Country Day School Varsity Sports Results

Find out how Winnetka school's soccer, field hockey, cross country, tennis, volleyball and golf teams performed.

North Shore Country Day School Varsity Sports Results

Information provided by North Shore Country Day School.

Varsity Boys' Soccer
Date: 9/18/12

Opponent: Morgan Park Academy

Location: Away

Result: MPA 0-2 North Shore North Shore played against a well-organized, spirited Morgan Park Academy team. On a poor pitch, the game was scrappy with MPA playing very direct making it difficult for North Shore to play its usual free-flowing soccer. It was a scoreless first half but North Shore came out stronger in the second half and made their pressure count, as Jamie Swimmer forced a MPA defender to score an own goal. With ten minutes remaining, Sophomore Gordie Rorhbach put the game out of reach for MPA with a cool finish into the corner following a through ball from Freshman Ben Potter. 

Date: 9/20/12

Opponent: Latin School of Chicago

Location: Home

Result: North Shore 1-1 Latin North Shore was disappointed to only come away with 1 point from a game that should have been won. After a strong first ten minutes, North Shore played a reserved first half and allowed Latin to control most of the play. Despite North Shore coming out stronger in the second half, Latin scored against the run of play with a well taken dribble and finish. Conceding a goal inspired a North Shore fight back and within ten minutes North Shore were level when freshman Ben Potter played Senior Jamie Swimmer down the left side. Swimmer cut in and finshed expertly into the bottom right corner to tie the game. Despite continued North Shore pressure, the game remained tied with North Shore guilty of missing a host of chances. North Shore is still capable of winning the Independent School League, however this tie will not do them any favors. 

Date: 9/22/12

Opponent: Keith Country Day School (Rockford)

Location: Home

Score: North Shore 3-1 Keith North Shore played against Northern Athletic Conference Champions and 1A Powerhouse Keith School (14-2) on Saturday. Keith, with a very talented midfield trio, were frustrated by North Shore's disciplined and organized defensive play. Many of the Keith players found themselves in the referees book due to reacting to strong, fair defensive challenges from North Shore players. In the 30th minute, Keith's captain showed some individual brilliance to turn and finish outside of the box. North Shore responded immediately with freshman Ben Potter showing his own brilliance to curl a free kick into the top corner to make it 1-1 at the half. North Shore came out strong and controlled the ball for the first ten minutes. Keith's captain's frusration showed as he received a second yellow card for pushing a North Shore player. North Shore made the numerical advantage pay off as Senior Floris Hondmann sent Senior Jamie Swimmer down the left. Swimmer took on the last Keith defender only to be fouled in the box. Swimmer jumped up, kept his cool, and converted the penalty to make it 2-1. Floris Hondmann scored a header with 15 minutes remaining to complete a fine performance by the North Shore Soccer Team. NorthShore has now won 6 of the last 7 games.

Girls' Varsity Field Hockey
Last Second Victory - North Shore vs. Deerfield High School (9/19)North Shore got on the board early against Deerfield last Wednesday night, with a goal by Heather Mabie four minutes into the game. They held the lean for 23 minutes before Deerfield scored to even the score heading into half time. The game looked like it was going into overtime when Deerfield scored again to take the lead with 2:08 remaining in the game. North Shore intensified the pressure and was awarded a corner with just over a minute remaining in the game. Freshman Tala Glass scored a clutch goal on a shot to the upper corner with :58 remaining in the game. As the clock wound down, North Shore regained the ball and forced into the circle with the clock counting down. Katherine Chandler passed the ball ahead to Lizzy Gendell who with one second remaining slipped it just past the goalie for a Raider victory! See the video for the exciting finish:  http://www.ihsa.tv/deerfield/events/40787

Raiders remain undefeated in ISL - North Shore vs. Woodlands Academy (9/22)North Shore moved to 5-0 in ISL Conference play following a 3-0 victory over Woodlands Academy. Lizzy Gendell scored 51 seconds into the game to give the Raiders the early lead. Despite out shooting Woodlands 19-4 and a 11-3 penalty corner margin, the game remained 1-0 until Addie Ball put one in the back of the cage off a penalty corner pass from Rory Kelly with 5:00 minutes remaining in the game.  Less than a minute later Reese Formolo picked up her own rebound an buried another ball in the goal sealing the victory. The Raiders have outscored their ISL opponents 16-2 thus far in the season. 

Cross Country

XC Fall 2012

U-High

ITC

revised 21 September 2012

18 Sept. 12

20 Sept. 12

3 miles

4K & 5 K

Time (Place)

Distance/Time/Place

Adamson, Caitlin

F

12

36:34 (64)

DNR

Angeles, Michelle 

F

9

DNR

DNR

Cunningham, Hanna

F

12

22:58 (12)

4K/18:41/4

Doyle, Brendan

M

9

21:28 (38)

5K/23:14/26

Gray, Quinn

M

11

20:40 (27)

5K/21:26/15

Griffin, Matt

M

11

26:36 (56)

5K/27:15/37

Klaeser, Hannah

F

12

DNR

DNR

Levi-Paesky, Jonah

M

12

DNR

DNR

Lubin, Jackson

M

10

19:49 (22)

5K/20:37/11

McHugh, John

M

11

22:12 (42)

DNR

Mitchell, Alexander

M

10

20:48 (28)

5K/22:04/18

Morette, Matthew

M

9

DNR

5K/23:16/27

Nelson, Zachary

M

10

23:35 (47)

DNR

Oslan, Blake

M

9

22:34 (45)

DNR

Robinson, James 

M

10

22:26 (44)

5K/23:48/28

Robinson, Kayla   

F

10

23:53 (22)

4K/18:36/3

Savin, Justin

M

10

25:15 (53)

5K/25:50/33

Speta, Cameron

M

9

31:07 (63)

DNR

Theodosakis, Antonia

F

9

24:35 (31)

4K/19:41/9

Wilson, David

M

12

26:47 (57)

5K/27:32/38

64 male competitors

43 male competitors

69 female competitors

27 female competitors

Indian Trails Conference (ITC) Meet / Thursday, 20 September 2012 / Williams Bay, Wisconsin

Kayla Robinson (3rd place), Hanna Cunningham (4th) and Antonia Theodosakis (9th) all received medals.

The Boys’ Team came in 3rd place. (There were 5 complete boys’ teams.)

Girls' Varsity Tennis

Date: 9/18/2012

Opponent: Tennis vs. Latin School of Chicago  

Location: Home game

Score: We lost, with a score of 0-5 

 

Date: 9/20/2012

Opponent: Tennis vs. Morgan Park Academy   

Location: Home game               

Score: 4 wins

  • Caroline Abrams: 6-0; 6-0
  • Cara Bondurant & Abby Trott: 6-2; 6-1
  • Madison Morgensai & Megan Trott: 6-2; 6-2
  • Emma Halbert & Rebecca Kirtley: 6-4; 6-3

The communication was effective and energizing, and there was a lot of aggressive and confident play at net.

Girls' Varsity Volleyball


Date: 9/21/2012

Opponent: Volleyball vs. Universal High           

Location: Home game

Score: We won with a score of 25-12, 25- 11      

The Raiders came out fighting and hungry for another win at home on Friday against Universal High.  After an immediate side out, North Shore came out serving strong in the first game with 6 aces.  The Raiders' solid passing and strong offense helped them defeat Universal High in the first game.  Paige Jendrisak, Stephanie Curley, and Allyson Vaughn helped gain a big lead in the second game with their consistent serving.  Junior Kaitlyn Johnson led the team with 4 kills, while Paige Jendrisak contributed 2 kills to help them put away Universal High, winning the match 25-12, 25-11.

Varsity Golf

Loyola defeats North Shore at Merit Club
9/21/2012
A strong Loyola team downed NS 154-168. Nick McCall 40, Will Skinner 42, and 43's by Andrew Bedford and David Blechman lead NS. Loyola was lead by Chris Nolan who is a former NS student.

 

North Shore defeats Francis Parker
9/21/2012
North Shore capped off an undefeated league season by downing Francis Parker 159-171. The Raiders were lead with 38's by David Blechman and Nick McCall. Andrew Bedford shot 41 and Andrew Blechman shot 42. North Shore won th JV match and were lead by Jack Valenti 42, Jake Lesnik 44, Shea Dettling 44, and Garrett Rasmus 49.

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