Short-handed Barrington bests Loyola in marathon match

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The Barrington girls soccer team’s 2-1 win over Loyola in penalty kicks Thursday was so evenly played that 100 minutes weren’t enough to decide the outcome. Tied 1-1 in Barrington at the end of regulation in the quarterfinals of the Naperville Invitational,Barrington (11-1-2) and Loyola (15-2-1) played two 10-minute overtime periods without a score. That sent the game into a shootout. Each team then converted four of its five allotted shots in the first sequence of penalty kicks. In the second sequence, a round-robin format, both teams scored on their first attempt. On the Fillies’ second attempt, Barrington’s Nicole Niro scored. Loyola’s second try was stuffed by Barrington keeper Hannah Luedtke, resulting in aFillies victory.


With 22 minutes remaining in the first half, Fillies senior midfielder Mia Calamari was given a red card for a trip of a Ramblers player just in front of the Barrington goal box. The Fillies played the rest of the match short-handed (10 players) and still came away with a victory. “Gutsy, gutsy. We dug down so deep today and got a result. This is the proudest I’ve been of the team so far,” coach Ryan Stengren said.


Jenna Szczesny. The Barrington senior forward was a threat up top the entire game. She scored the Fillies’ lone goal of the match with 14:30 remaining in the first half to give Barrington a 1-0 lead. Loyola senior midfielder Tori Iatarola scored the Ramblers’ lone goal with 25:41 left in the match.


Barrington advancedto the semifinals of the Naperville Invitational. It will play Waubonsie Valley Friday night.


“They were down a player. It should have been our game. They obviously outplayed us. They are better than us now but that doesn’t mean we won’t be better [in the postseason].” —Iatarola

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