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Jenna Grivas

Chicago Fire Juniors


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Name: Jenna Grivas     DOB: 03/14/1996     Location: Mount Prospect, IL     NCAA ID: 1212093604     Height: 5’ 5”     Weight: 127 lbs     Email: info@scholarathleteusa.com     Contact Number: (708) 496-6662  

High School: Prospect HS     Graduation Date: June 2014     GPA: 4.83/5.5     ACT: 30     Major Interest: Physical Therapy     Honors/AP Classes   -  AP History   -  AP Literature   -  Honors Pre-Calculus   -  Honors Spanish            


Athletic Information   Club Team: Chicago Fire Juniors North-Gold     Club Coach: Charlie Waterworth - waterworth.cfjng@live.com     HS Coach: Tom Froats - tom.froats@d214.org     Position: Center Midfielder     History     •  2012: 3rd place in Illinois Women’s Soccer League   •  2012: Varsity Starter   •  2012: Chicago Fire Juniors U19 Team Captain   •  2012: JV Team Captain   •  2011: 1st place in St. Louis Scott Gallagher Showcase   •  2010: 1st place in CASL Showcase   •  2010: 3rd place in Disney Showcase   •  2010: 1st place in Midwest Regional League         Video Footage - Please click on the picture to view the footage                                             PLEASE NOTE – Must be viewing profile in full screen to watch video  


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Prospect remains unbeaten Prospect's girls soccer team stayed unbeaten in the early going as it cruised past visiting Plainfield Central with a comprehensive 3-0 victory on some frozen turf in Mt. Prospect on Monday. Jenna Grivas , Kim Welk and Emily Novak were the scorers for the Knights (2-0-1) , who produced a fine display of attacking soccer after the intermission to break open a tightly contested tussle with their guests . "It was so cold out there tonight, and it become even worse as the night went on, but I was pleased with the way we came out in the second half, and with the energy the girls brought, which only increased after we scored that first goal of the game," said Knights coach Tom Froats, who last week watched his club draw (1-1) with a highprofile side from New Trier. "I thought we played at a very high level against Lake Zurich and New Trier last week, and maybe fell off a little tonight- but credit (Plainfield) because they battled and fought hard. When we put some decent soccer together, that's when we were able to finally take control." The Wildcats (0-0-1), who traveled a long way for their season opener, showed their youth and inexperience at times, especially when Prospect was able to locate midfielder Rosie Pettenuzzo. When the ball was on her foot, the Knights ' attack was at its best. "We obviously have to clean some things up, and get a little sharper on both sides of the ball, and we also have to learn to defend in the middle much better, which caused (Prospect) to be in our end a lot tonight," said Central coach Ken Schoen, whose starting lineup feature two freshmen and six sophomores. In the first period, with Pettenuzzo fueling the attack and Rachel Suarez, Sarah LaCost and Martina Kowalczuk flooding forward, the run of play favored the Knights. But there were just a few quality chances created at sophomore keeper Tiffany Lenza. Things were different after the break. After Kowalczuk fired over the bar following a Suarez corner , Grivas had far too much pace on her shot for Lenza, who was unable to handle a wicked drive from the junior . The Knights ' eagerness to extend their lead saw them turn up the pressure on the Wildcats, which led to Kowalczuk going wide on two occasions , and Pettenuzzo getting loose inside the box on a zig-zag run, and forcing Lenza into a save at 55 minutes . Four minutes later the Knights doubled their lead as the visitors threw them a lifeline when Welk 's low drive found its way just inside the near post when it appeared either Lenza or a teammate may have aided its eventual destination into the back of the net. "We haven't been out much at all, and it showed, especially in the second half when we were forced to defend so much," said Schoen.

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