The Winnebago Lutheran boys soccer team went 1-1-1 at the Sheboygan North tournament and took second place.
The Vikings tied Sheboygan South in the opener with Sam Busse scoring for WLA before the game went to a shootout. Caleb King saved South’s ninth attempt to allow WLA to advance.
Jacob Schraufnagel and Jeran Huey scored in a 2-0 win against West Bend East, but the Vikings would lose to Sheboygan North 2-0 in the championship.
“We had a couple chances to tie [North], but they were just too good for us,” WLA coach David Haag said. “All in all, it was a great learning experience for our young team.
“Hopefully we will grow from playing this tough competition and it will help us for our conference race.”
Goals were hard to come by in three 50-minute games for North Fondy/Oakfield in Winneconne.
The host Wolves beat NF/O 1-0 in the first game, Cayden Wiese scored for Lomira in the 44th minute as the Lions won 1-0 and then the Nuts played Sheboygan Falls to a scoreless draw in the finale.
Trent Vielbig made 19 total saves in the three games.
“We did not allow many quality shots for any of the teams,” NF/O coach Donovan Heavener said. “If we did allow a good shot, goalkeeper Trent Vielbig seemed to find a way to get behind the ball and keep it from going into the goal.”
C’sport 3, Lomira 0
Campbellsport shut out Lomira Friday in nonconference play.
Jaron Ruplinger scored 1 minute into the game for the Cougars. After the half, Campbellsport went ahead 2-0 after an own-goal by Lomira, and Ryan Costello capped the scoring at 59 minutes with an unassisted goal.
Dakota Best made seven saves as Campbellsport’s keeper, and Lomira’s Drew Haas had the same number.
St. Lawrence 3,
New Holstein 0
Danny Alejandre scored at 23 minutes for the Hilltoppers. Raul Sanchez made it 2-0 when he converted a penalty kick.
Jose Limon scored the third goal early in the second half.
Beaver Dam 2
Dustin Gering had the hat trick for Mayville as the Cardinals beat the Beaver Dam JV on Friday at the Beaver Dam Invite.
Gering scored in the 17th, 33rd and 62nd minutes. Bryce Hanke scored the Cardinals’ other two goals. Elliott Schellpfeffer had two assists.