Greater Chicago Got Game
Who's got game? Each month, ESPN RISE finds out. Here are the athletes we recognized in November:
LOCKPORT -- GIRLS' BOWLING
Sloyan was superb last year as a sophomore, leading Lockport to a sixth-place finish at the state tournament and also challenging for the individual title. Sloyan rolled a six-string total of 2,600, coming in just behind first-place Marilyn Gawlik of Schaumburg (2,645) and Megan Buja of Rockford (2,642). With another season of experience under her belt, Sloyan should be able to finish strong at states and be in contention until the very end.
NEW TRIER -- BOYS' SOCCER
McCrudden was a junior last year when New Trier went 21-2-1 in the regular season before falling in the Class 2A state quarterfinals, and he's doing his best to make sure the Trevians advance further this year. After leading the squad with 16 goals a year ago, the 6-foot-1 senior midfielder got off to a fast start this season as well, scoring four goals in New Trier's first seven matches to help the team rise to the forefront of any state championship discussions.
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