The Eagles had their first game of the season at the Lake Forest Shoot Out losing an evenly contested match, 2-1. Lakes played some very good soccer on both sides of the ball but couldn ‚ „ t convert on some good chances in each half. Max Keenan was able to score a goal with a quick flick of his from close range that netted a goal in the final seconds of the game.
The Eagles posted their first victory of the season with 3-0 win over the Scouts of Lake Forest. In a well contested game, Lakes played very well converting on 3 chances. All three goals were scored by Lakes €™ Junior, Brady Lucas, with assists going to Dom Kaspar and Max Keenan.
In a tight contest the Eagles fell to Dundee-Crown, 3-2 in a game that was decided by penalty kicks. Lakes goals were scored by Max Keenan on a penalty kick and Andrew Gaetano on a great direct kick. Despite playing some outstanding soccer on both sides of the ball, the Eagles could not get the win.
Lakes played Zion-benton to a scoreless tie, 0-0. Thought the Eagles played some very good soccer on sides of the ball, they could not find the back of the net. Lakes goalie, Patrick McMahon had to come with some great saves tp preserve the shutout.
Lakes win 3-0 on three goals by Brady Lucas for his secon Hat Trick of the season. The Eagles played some great soocer with some stellar defense that saw Patrick McMahon get his third shutout of the season. Assists were credited to Evan Larsen and Andrew Gaetano. Lakes record is now, 2-2-1.
The Eagles did well in possession throughout the game but Waukegan scored on their chances whereas Lakes could not. Lakes did get two fine goals to tie the score at 2-2 during the first half on foals by Carlo Picchietti and Max Keenan. Assists were credited to Dom Kaspar and Andrew Gaetano.
The Eagles had to settle for a tie with rival Grayslake Central, 2-2. Lakes goals were scored by Evan Larsen who was able to head rhw ball into goal off a long throw in by Max Keenan. The second goal was scored by Max Keenan with his head off a corner kick from Andrew Gaetano.
The Eagles to a hard fought game to a 1-1 draw against Wauconda. Despite playing well in all phases of the game, Lakes could get only one goal. The goal was scored off a long throw-in from. Max Keenan that Dom Kasper was able to flick on with his head in front of goal that Brady Lucas was able to head the ball over the goalie €™s hands into the net for his team leading 9th goal of the season.
(Rescheduled from 09-25-2018) Lakes beat their sister school, Antioch, 4-0 to stay undefeated in the NLCC and keep their conference hopes alive. Max Keenan scored 2 for his 10tg and 11th goals of the season. Brady Lucas scored his 10th goal of the season and Evan Larsen got his second goal of the season to finish out the scoring. Andrew Gaetano had assists on Keenan €™s second goal and Larsen €™s goal as well. The Eagles record is now 7-3-4 and 3-0-2 in the NLCC.
Lakes defeated NLCC foe, Grant, by a 2-0 score. But the Eagles could not get their first goal until 60 minutes into the match when Max Keenan hit a 15 yard shot by the keeper for his 12th goal of the season. Evan Larsen then scored 5 min later to seal the victory.
A tough loss with the conference title on the line, the Eagles were upended by the Knights, 2-1 as the Knights got a last minute goal to share NLCC title with Round Lake. Lakes had their chances, just wasn €™t to be....
(Rescheduled from 10-06-2018) The Eagles played probably their best offensive game of the season beating a good McHenry team, 4-1 bwhind the scoring duo of Max Keenan and Andrew Gaetano who combimed for three of Lakes €™ 4 goals. Max Keenan attained only the third hatrick in Lakes soccer history and the second hatrick on the last game of the season. Andrew Gaentano is the first Lakes varsity soccer player to have 3 assists in a single varsity game. The Eagle defense also played well in the victory and this victory gives the team momentum going into the playoffs.
The Eagles prevailed 2-0 over a tough North Chicago team. Lakes got two goals in the first half when Eliam Meir scired his first varsity goal and Max Keenan was credited with second goal for his 16th of the season.