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College Board AP Exam testing dates at Lake Forest High School are May 7-11 and May 14-18, 2018. Download full schedule for details -
LFHS College Board AP Exam Pre-Administration Exam Paperwork:
WHO: Mandatory for: All AP Students registered for an AP Exam in May, 2018
WHAT: LFHS AP Exam Pre-Administration Exam Paperwork (approximately 20 minutes of bubbling)
WHEN: Monday, April 23rd & Tuesday, April 24TH
WHERE: Library Classrooms (any time, all day 7:30am – 3:45pm)
Questions/Concerns: please contact Mrs. Del Fava: firstname.lastname@example.org
A Night in New York
May 12, 2018
Lake Forest 7 Libertyville 5
Nick Clarkson and Luke Davis combined to pitch seven strong innings for the Scouts as they tallied their second win of the season. Good defense and timely hitting contributed to the Scout victory.
Lake Forest 12 - Carmel Catholic 6
The Scouts spread the scoring around in their victory over Carmel.
Lake Forest goals: Jack Mislinski (5), Jack VanHyfte (2) Connor Armstrong (2), Mead Payne (1), Luke Milliman (1), Nate Field (1)
Saves: John Walsh (7)
Player of the game: Matt Garrigan
Palatine at Night Invite
Five ladies from Lake Forest qualified to compete in the Palatine Night Invitational On April 21. The distance medley relays went off at 8:20 p.m.and Zarek (1200), Bazell (400), Bentley (800), and Marchant (1600) ran a time of 13:28 and placed 12th out of 15 teams. Milburn ran the elite 800 at 9:00 p.m. ran a solid 2:20.
Wauconda Invitational Recap
NSC Meet #3 at Lake Forest
Warren 89 - Lake Forest 56
Lake Forest 114 - Waukegan 16
Warren 84, Lake Forest 80, Waukegan 5
Competitively, Volkert (mile), Wiesner (L) (100 hurdles), Pasquesi (J) (high jump), Hart (long jump), Alghini (triple jump), Zacher (pole vault) all had personal records at the home opener. Leonardi added ten points to the overall score by placing first in the 100 hurdles and first in the 300 hurdles against Warren and Waukegan. In the end the final scores were: Warren 89, Lake Forest 56; Lake Forest 114, Waukegan 16. The JV final scores were: Warren 84, Lake Forest 80, Waukegan 5.
It is also important to mention that this Thursday the team spent time celebrating the 2018 seniors who are: Bazell, Bentley, Bevis, Chody, Curry, DaValle, Duggan, Hughes, Marchant, Milburn, Obrzut, Pasquesi, Slaughter, and Spehlmann. The team will be losing fifteen unique individuals that bring a range of different contributions to the team. Thank you, ladies for your contributions to the LFHS Girls Track & Field program .
Lake Forest 4 - Libertyville 16
Scouts had a tough time generating runs on Saturday, dropping their first game of the day with Libertyville 16-4.
Finn Martin led things off on the hill for the Scouts. He went one inning, allowing six runs on one hit. Roco Royer and Sammy Long entered the game from the bullpen, throwing two and two-thirds innings and two and a third innings respectively.
Jackson Pearre led the Scouts with two hits in four at bats.
Lake Forest 0 - Libertyville 10
The Scouts watched the game slip away early and couldn't recover in a 10-0 loss to Libertyville in the second game on Saturday.
The Scouts struggled to put runs on the board and had a tough time defensively containing Libertyville, giving up ten runs.
One bright spot for the Scouts was a double by Jackson Pearre in the third inning.
Andrew Fontana was on the mound for the Scouts. He allowed seven hits and five runs over three innings, striking out one and walking one. Charlie Valentencic threw two innings out of the bullpen.
Pearre led the Scouts with two hits in three at bats.
2018 Prospect Power 8 Invitational
April 21, 2018
Lake Forest 5 - Moline 0
- Oleksyi Vyshyvanyuk (LF) def Shaddy Khalafallah (Mol) 6-2, 0-6, 10-8;
- Vishvam Bhagat (LF) def Shiv Pixi (Mol) 6-0, 6-0;
- Yusef Alsikafi/Sam Warren (LF) def Ryba/Wiemers (Mol) 6-0. 6-1;
- Daniel McEvoy/Jack Pasquella (LF) def Henning/Pujari (Mol) 6-1, 6-1;
- Drew Arnson/Lincoln Updike (LF) def Meyer/Lapaczanek (Mol) 6-1, 6-3;
Lake Forest 5 - Evanston 0
- Oleksyi Vyshyvanyuk (LF) def Alex Robinson (ETHS) 6-0, 6-0;
- Chris Mitev (LF)def Asher Wexler (ETHS) 6-1, 6-1;
- Yusef Alsikafi/Sam Warren (LF) def Lindland/Avery (ETHS) 6-2, 6-2;
- Jack Pasquella/Erik Leudeking (LF) def Newman/Vester (ETHS) 6-3, 6-4;
- Kevin An/Jacob McEvoy (LF) def Johnson/Ward (ETHS) 6-2, 6-2;
Lake Forest 2 - Lake Forest Academy 3
- Jack Selati (LFA) def Vishvam Bhagat (LF) 6-2, 6-2;
- Will Kasten (LFA) def Sam Shen (LF) 6-3, 6-0;
- Schilling/Kilbourn (LFA) def Drew Arnson/Daniel McEvoy (LF) 6-0, 6-0;
- Kevin An/Erik Luedeking (LF) def Sebolt/Shattock (LFA) 6-2, 6-4;
- Lincoln Updike/Chris Mitev (LF) def Sun/Chia (LFA) 6-1, 6-3
Naperville North Tournament
Hinsdale Central 12 - Lake Forest 3
Lake Forest goals: Emory Homan (2), Flynn McClellan (1);
Naperville North 15 - Lake Forest 2
Lake Forest goals: Kat Slover (1), Tierney Sassen (1);
Oak Park 3 - Lake Forest 1
Lake Forest goals: Emory Homan (1)
Lake Forest 7 - York 11
GOALS: Audrey Kaus (3), Caroline Skinner (3), Olivia Douglass (1),
ASSISTS: Caroline Skinner (2)
SAVES: Mary Doheny (5) Grace Kellie (1)
Lake Forest 4 Stevenson 15
After taking an early inning lead against the visiting Patriots, the Scouts were not able to hang on and fell to visitors in 5 innings. The Scouts continue their league play this weekend as they travel to Libertyville.
Lake Forest 13 - Glenbrook South 2
Lake Forest goals: Casey Slingerland (5), Tierney Sassen (3), Mackenzie Boveri (2), Lauren Garriques (2), Jacqueline Cervac (1) Saves: Alma Vedrai (5)
Lake Forest 7 - Glenbrook South 8
Lake Forest goals: Izzy Moore (2), Mackenzie Boveri (2), Lauren Garriques (1), Emory Homan (1),
Saves: Amalia Liguori-Coneff (7)
Lake Forest 4 - Stevenson 3
The Scouts got even with the Patriots after losing to them in their previous matchup.
The Scouts scored first in the second inning when Will Davis singled and then advanced to second on a wild pitch. Davis scored on a double by Michael Vallone.
In the third inning, Colton Pfeifer hit a ground ball and advanced on an error by Stevenson's second baseman. He advanced to third on a ground out by Andrew Gough and scored on a single to right field by Peter Turelli to grab a 2-0 lead.
Stevenson got one back in the top of the fifth, but the Scouts countered with a run in the bottom of that inning when Caleb Durbin singled to right field, advanced to third on a Drew Golde sacrifice play, and scored on a Pfeifer fielder's-choice out
Stevenson tied up the game in the top of the seventh, but in the bottom of that inning Drew Golde hit a ground ball and reached on an error by the Patriot's pitcher. Pfeifer doubled on a fly ball to left field, and Golde advanced to third. Golde scored the winning run on an obstruction call when the third baseman obstructed Golde from advancing from third base.
Connor Morrison started the game for Lake Forest going six and a third innings. He allowed two runs on five hits and struck out six. Will Woidat earned the victory for the Scouts, pitching two-thirds of an inning, allowing two hits and one run while striking out two.
Will Davis was 2-for-3 at the plate to lead the Scouts. Golde, Durbin, Gough, Turelli, Vallone, Pfeifer each added a hit. Drew Golde made the most plays with 13.
Lake Forest 6 - New Trier 9
Lake Forest goals: Jack Mislinski (2), Mead Payne (1), Luke Milliman (1), George Schoettle (1), Connor Armstrong (1);
Assist: Owen Clarke (1)
Lake Forest 6 - Warren 9
The Freshman Scouts started out slowly, but eventually picked up momentum. A big triple by Roco Royer scored the first of six runs by the Scouts. Strong outings on the mound by Davis Gramza and Zach Porter. Clutch outfield play by Will Rourke and Ian Dillow. Big hits by Michael Schueneman and Finn Martin. Sammy Long turned a beautiful double play with Porter and Rourke. Warren outlasted the Scouts 6-9.