The Fond du Lac boys soccer team played to a scoreless tie with Oshkosh West on Tuesday at Titan Stadium in Oshkosh.
There were no goals, but there were plenty of shots. Both teams put nine shots on goal, but all were saved. Fondy coach Greg Winkler said the Cardinals had a free kick with a minute left in overtime that offered some excitement, and a shot from Brennan Davies curl wide in the second half.
On the positive side, Winkler said sweeper Jacob Buerger had an outstanding game and goalie Jared Quimby was solid again.
He also said the team’s communication, especially in defense, is improving.
St. Anthony 5,
St. Lawrence 4
Alex Gomez scored a hat trick for St. Lawrence, but it wasn’t quite enough in a loss at Milwaukee St. Anthony.
Gomez scored the opener, before St. Anthony scored the final four goals of the first half. The Hilltoppers kept it close in the second half with two Gomez goals and a tally from Danny Alejandre with 3:15 remaining.
“We regrouped at halftime and came out with a strong showing almost taking the game into overtime,” said St. Lawrence coach Dave Bartel.
New Holstein 0
Cooper Ebbot scored once in each half in Plymouth as the Panthers defeated the Huskies (6-11-1, 2-7).
Athly Sabish had five saves for New Holstein, and the Huskies were outshot 7-2.
“We played a solid first half, and we managed to put some pressure on them throughout the game,” said New Holstein coach Nate Laabs. “However, we had a poor start to the game and just ran out of steam at the end.”
Two Rivers 5,
The Raiders scored off a first-half penalty kick for a 1-0 lead at the break.
“We played a really sloppy first half,” said Campbellsport coach Geoffrey Baumann. “We came out fired up in the second half; we just couldn’t finish. We missed a penalty kick (45th minute).
“And with 10 minutes left my guys decided to quit and we gave up four goals in a flurry.”
Dakota Best made seven saves for Campbellsport (8-9, 5-4), while Ty Danielson made one save.
Montello 2, NF/O 0
The North Fondy/Oakfield soccer team stayed winless in 16 games this season despite 11 saves from goalie Trent Vielbig. Montello scored in the final minute of both halves.
“After the first 20 minutes, we really started to move the ball well,” NF/O coach Donovan Heavener said. “We still have our struggles on defense, … but we keep looking better.”
Random Lake 5, Springs 1
Joe Zotter scored the Ledgers only goal in the 18th minute.