Polo Showdown at Fenwick

Luke O’Connell’s lob shot was the game-winning goal Friday night as top-seeded Oak Park nipped second-seeded Naperville Central 13-12 at Fenwick’s Dan Lynch tournament.

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In the showdown between Illpolo.com’s two top-ranked teams, O’Connell and Tommy Poulos scored four goals each for the Huskies (6-0). Kyle Rickert and Mark Menis scored four goals each for Naperville Central.

Oak Park clinched the tournament title with a 16-10 win over defending state champion Fenwick on Saturday.

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