The Friars took out St. Joseph 25-11, 25-19 last week. Joe Kelly and Billy Ryan each tallied five kills apiece, while Michael Brosnan dished out 15 assists.
On Thursday, Fenwick fell to De La Salle 25-20, 25-18.
Chase Machain’s changeup kept area-rival OPRF off balance long enough for the Blazers to secure a 4-1 victory at Triton College last week.
Machain finished with six strikeouts in the win, while Erin Baldwin went 2-for-3 with two RBIs and Nicole Evans was 2-for-3 with a double.
The Huskies bounced back from a 4-3 loss to York in their West Suburban (Silver) Conference opener and shutout St. Ignatius 1-0 last week.
Tess Trinka scored for the Huskies, who pushed their record to 6-3-1 with the victory.
Emily Gullo, Alex Hammond and Shelby Cozette all scored goals in OPRF’s loss to York.
Clare Madden was busy last week for the Fenwick soccer team. Madden, along with Caroline Murphy, scored a goal in Fenwick’s 2-0 shutout of Providence.
Madden also scored two goals and assisted on another in Fenwick’s 6-0 clobbering of Joliet Catholic. Goalkeeper Sydney Galvez-Daley recorded her fourth shutout of the season with the win over Providence.
The Friars went into the week with an overall record of 7-4-2.
OPRF boys water polo
The Huskies went 1-2 last week, beating York 9-3 but falling to Loyola 8-6 and St. Ignatius 17-4.
OPRF was without the play of starters Kyle Patnode and Armando Lee. Patnode is likely out for the season after suffering a broken hand at the Stevenson Tournament the week prior.
The Huskies went 2-1 at Stevenson, earning wins over Latin, 18-16, and the host, 14-2. OPRF fell to McHenry 13-5.
Troy Williams led the Huskies in goals in every game, including the onslaught against Stevenson. Williams netted all five of his shots on goal in the game. Goalkeeper Sean O’Brecht finished with eight saves.
Fenwick girls water polo
The Friars went 2-2 at the Stevenson Tournament over the weekend. Fenwick (11-6) earned wins over East Grand Rapids (Mich.), 7-6, and Huron (Mich.), 11-9. They ended up falling to Okemos (Mich.) 5-4 in double overtime and Rockford (Mich.) 6-4.