Cougars tally two in win

Cougars tally two in win


Cougars tally two in win


Ryan Costello scored two goals for Campbellsport High School on Monday in an Eastern Wisconsin Conference soccer game in Waupun.

Costello scored in the first half off an assist from Joe Casper. Costello scored again in the second half off a Caleb Galligan feed.

Dakota Best made four saves for Campbellsport.

Campbellsport improved to 7-8 overall, 4-3 in the EWC, and Waupun went to 3-3-1 in the EWC.

“We played a great all-around game. Everybody played well and we had some good contributions. Nick Konen, he’s a freshman, and he played well in his first varsity game,” said Campbellsport coach Geoffrey Baumann.

Sheb. Falls 3

New Holstein 1

Falls led 2-0 into the second half when Nathan Schmitz scored with the help of a Mike Pasineau assist at about 51 minutes. Falls tacked on a goal at 56 minutes to put away the game.

Berlin 2

North Fondy/Oakfield 1

Berlin got on the board first in the second half to take the lead. Alex Vang made it 2-0 before North Fondy/Oakfield scored by way of a Berlin own goal.

Trent Vielbig made 11 saves for the Nuts (0-8-1, 0-3).

Central Wisconsin Christian 3

Springs 0

Cody Zonnefeld scored the hat trick for the Crusaders.

CWC’s Luke Jansen assisted on two of the goals and the other was unassisted.

“We gave up a soft goal in the first minute of the game but regrouped and put in a great defensive effort all around to keep it 2-0 at halftime,” said Springs coach Tony Denzi. “In the second half, we got more offense going thanks to pressuring higher up the field and had several chances to level the score. All of our six shots came in the second half.

“Goalkeeper Ben Palmer played an excellent game with 11 saves.”

CWC goes to 7-2 overall, 4-0 in the Flyway.

“It was another road victory, but far from our best stuff,” said CWC coach Gregg Zonnefield. ” Give credit to Springs for really coming to play. We had lots of shots but didn’t execute and finish (we hit the post three times) and lost our shape too often. Moving forward we need to continue to improve our execution and level of play if we are going to compete at a championship level.”


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