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By Brad Spencer

Sports Editor

OPRF girls water polo

Kimmy Stefanik scored five goals and pocketed three steals in OPRF’s 15-4 win over Payton Prep. Katie Hunt and freshman Katie Appell each added two goals apiece.

The Huskies are 5-6 overall on the season.

OPRF volleyball

The Huskies fell to St. Patrick 25-27, 25-18, 22-25 despite 12 kills from Will Kemper and eight from Diego Rodriguez-Guerrios. OPRF’s Mark Carioscio dished out 28 assists, while Owen Brady and DJ Valenti combined for seven kills apiece.

OPRF head into the Hoffman Estates Tournament this weekend with a 0-2 record. 

Fenwick hockey

The Friars fell 4-2 to St. Rita in the decisive third game of the Kennedy Cup held at Edge Ice Arena in Bensenville. 

Greyson Feichtinger and Ryan Fleming netted goals for the Friars, who were held scoreless on five power-plays.

The Mustangs, who secured their fourth-straight cup title, scored three goals in the first period.   

Fenwick girls water polo

Alexa Ovalle, Maggie Carey and Gena Wendt all scored three goals apiece in Fenwick’s 11-9 victory over Stevenson last week. Cara Borkovec added two for the Friars, who were tied 5-5 at halftime.

The team also received eight saves from goalkeeper Mackenzie Bonk.

Fenwick heads south next week for spring break to compete in a tournament in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 

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Katherine from Oak Park  

Posted: March 29th, 2011 9:32 AM

My child won the Silver Conference 4x800 with his teammates 2 weeks ago. Why not a single line in the paper? Will there be anything about the regional meet?

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