Who: Bloom, Romeoville, DePaul, Resurrection, De La Salle, Guerin, Herscher, Streamwood, Elgin, Hoffman Estates, Metea Valley, Wheaton South, Glenbard South, H-F, Crystal Lake Central, Saint Viator, Plainfield South, Wheaton North, Jacobs, Mother McAuley, Lincoln-Way East and Marist.
What: Sunday Showcase presented by Gatorade and Robert Morris University
Where: Lyons Soccer Complex (1301 W. Cossitt Ave., LaGrange)
When: Sunday, May 5
Why: See more than 500 high school girls soccer players from the city and suburbs, public and private schools all at the same site. Games kickoff at 9 a.m. and run every 90 minutes until 3 p.m. College coaches, media and fans can see three games at the same time.
THIS IS THE FIFTH OF 11 PREVIEWS
Preview V: Glenbard South vs. H-F, 12 p.m.: H-F coach Charlie Ward is in his sixth season at school and owns a career mark of 72-36-9. This is Kevin Berner’s fourth season at Glenbard South, where his squad went 13-9-2 in 2018.
Glenbard South names to remember: Seniors Sam Schutte (forward), Rachel Jordan (defender) and Clare Willis (midfielder); juniors Erin Haslett (forward), Abby Showalter (midfielder), Molly Moutvic (defender) and Emily Villesenor (goalie); and sophomore Mikaely Evans (midfielder).
H-F names to remember: Seniors Shallon Malfeo (defender) and Alyssa Rosales (defender); juniors Kennedy Jones (goalie) and Caroline Johnson (midfielder); sophomores Abigail Rosales (forward) and Peyton Reich (midfielder).
Glenbard South speaks: “Rachel is a solid defender and community rock star (when it comes to giving back off the field),” Berner said.
H-F speaks: “Shallon has solidified our defense with her vast understanding of the game and excellent field vision,” Ward said. “Her outstanding anticipation and athleticism allow her to step up to win balls from attackers and recover to stop through balls. She is powerful with both feet and aggressive in the air. Her tireless and fearless leadership has allowed us to become a complete team this season.”
Did you know? H-F has two all-state candidates in Jones and Johnson, who are both juniors.