The Fond du Lac boys soccer team registered a big, 3-1, victory over visiting Kimberly on Tuesday.
The Papermakers entered the game in the Fox Valley Association lead and ranked No. 5 in the state.
“I keep telling the boys that if we play together and communicate, we really have a good team,” said Fondy coach Greg Winkler.
Jordan Moehn gave Fondy a lead at 13 minutes off a penalty kick. At 18 minutes, Brennen Davies scored off a Moehn assist.
Kimberly narrowed the lead in the second half when Sam Lamers scored at 64 minutes. Moehn scored 4 minutes later for Fondy as Casey McArdle picked up the assist.
“Our defense lpayed outstanding,” said Winkler. “Jacob Buerger, Brett Stuck, Nick Schwartz and Joe Schorse were the work horses and Jared Quimby came up with some huge saves late in the game.”
Fondy goes to 7-6-1 overall and 3-2 in the FVA, while Kimberly dropped to 6-1 in the FVA.
Springs 6, Kiel 1
Jackson Voight netted a hat trick for the Ledgers, who scored four goals in the second half of their nonconference victory.
Zach Hintze gave Springs a lead midway through the first half. In the second half, Joe Zotter and Jacob Hammock scored in the first 5 minutes, and Voight finished the damage with two of his goals.
Four different players had an assist for Springs.
“A good all around performance coming off a respectable loss on Monday,” said Springs coach Tony Denzin. “It was good to earn a reward for our hard work.”
WLA 2, Omro 1
WLA scored with just 7 minutes left to earn the road Flyway win. Jeran Huey took a through ball and got around the Omro goalie leaving an easy shot for the game winner.
The Vikings scored first on Jordan Calkins’ close-range goal in the third minute. That goal was cancelled out in the 54th minute when Omro scored off a corner kick.
Caleb King had two saves for WLA (8-2-3, 4-0).
“Omro was a tenacious opponent and we just seemed to be a little slow today,” said WLA coach David Haag.
KML 7, NF/O 0
Andrew Moore and Griffin Hoerchner both scored twice for the Chargers.
Trent Vielbig made 11 saves for NF/O.
“Trent Vielbig did a great job again in the net,” coach Donovan Heavener said. “He made some fantastic saves. He has really grown into that position.”
Mayville 5, Lomira 0
Bryce Hanke scored twice for the Cardinals in a win at home.
He scored at the 7 minute mark and Mayville never lost the lead.
Elliott Schellpfeffer scored just 27 seconds into the second half, then Hanke scored at 57 minutes. Nick Spittel added a goal at 67 minutes, which was his first varsity goal. Alex Chanto made a great chip pass on the play.
Aaron Hechimovich scored at 72 minutes for Mayville on a corner kick.
Mayville’s keeper Drew Haak made eight saves
“He really made some great plays to save some goals,” said Mayville coach Dale Amundson.
Logan Wild made two saves for Lomira.
Marian 2, MSOE 1
The host Sabres scored twice in the first half at home for their first victory of the season.
Jade Koeune scored at about 13 minutes in the first half off a Brittany Syms assist. Laura Maly scored at 32 minutes for a 2-o lead.
MSOE got on the board midway through the second half.
MSOE outshot Marian 15-10. Gaitlyn Rosenberger made 10 saves for the Sabres (1-3, 1-1).