Tagged: Chatham Glenwood High School

Glenwood Titans senior Kassidy Sheedy scored the game-winning goal just over two minutes into the first of two overtimes against Peoria Notre Dame. She fired a shot over PND goalkeeper Jenna Ashley‘s head and lifted the Titans to a 2-1 win at the IHSA Class 2A Morton Supersectional at Rotary Field Tuesday. The Chatham Glenwood High School girls soccer team will have a shot at defending its Class 2A state title. Glenwood (16-4-2) is two wins from claiming a second consecutive state title. The Titans will play a state semifinal Friday at 1 p.m. against Lake Forest (17-6-1) at North Central College in Naperville.

-Bob

Macy Martin’s goal 1:56 into overtime of Friday night’s IHSA Class 2A Notre Dame Sectional championship game propelled Morton High School to a 1-0 victory over hosts Peoria Notre Dame. Due to a rules change, the sophomore’s strike off a feed from Kayla McCormick didn’t instantly give the Potters the win. But thanks to a solid effort from the back, Morton was able to hold off Notre Dame over the final 18 minutes of overtime to make it stand for a 1-0 victory. Junior goal keeper Olivia Erickson was stellar for the Potters with the shutout. The Irish (11-10-2) came within a step of going ahead with just under five minutes to play, but Elizabeth Mills’ cross through the goal area just missed connecting with an attacking Elizabeth Frampton on the far post. The Lady Potters (13-7-3) advance to the Springfield Supersectional, where they will face Chatham Glenwood at 7 p.m. Tuesday on the Illinois-Springfield campus.

-Bob


The Chatham Glenwood Titans (19-4-2) ended the Morton Potters (19-5-1) postseason run with a 3-0 victory in the IHSA Class 2A Springfield Supersectional. A tightly-contested affair in the midfield, the game was ultimately decided in front of the Morton goal, where the Titans converted three crosses into three unanswered goals and, as a result, the program’s fifth trip to the state finals. The Titan goals were scored by Brendel Marshall, Kayla Torry and Abby Juhlin. Chatham’s senior goal keeper Cara Moody was stellar in between the pipes shutting down Morton. Next up for the Titans is a state semifinal match at 1 p.m. Friday against Normal University High (17-5-1) at North Central College in Naperville.

-Bob

Peoria Richwoods was soundly defeated in Saturday’s IHSA Class 5A football semifinal by Chatham Glenwood who gained 410 total yards on offense. The host Titans dominated from the opening series in a 42-13 thrashing that ended favored Richwoods’ season at 12-1. Kendrick Foster the Knights sophomore running back carried 34 times for 237 yards and two touchdowns. Kendrick who gained 30 yards on the Knights’ final series finished the season with 2,004 yards.

-Bob

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