Fondy overwhelms Terrors

Fondy overwhelms Terrors

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Fondy overwhelms Terrors

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Five different players scored for the Fond du Lac boys soccer team in a 5-1 home win against Appleton West on Thursday night.

Jordan Moehn scored on a header in the eighth minute and Fondy took a 2-0 lead to halftime on a Casey McArdle goal. In the second half, Brock Lisowe, Brennan Davies and Elliot Pieper each scored for the Cardinals (11-7-2, 5-2-1).

“We’re creating a lot of opportunities and guys are attacking and we’re starting to finish a lot of the ones we were missing early in the season,” Fondy coach Greg Winkler said.

He said Pieper, who also had two assists, and Lisowe have been more influential in recent games.

“Our attack is coming together pretty good,” Winkler said. “All the guys who are supposed to be scoring are starting to contribute.”

North Fondy/Oakfield 1

Omro 0

Adan Scheer used a Kalen Montsma assist at 26 minutes for the only goal of the game in Omro.

Trent Vielbig made 14 saves for the Nuts (1-16-2; 1-7-0).

“This entire season we have struggled in the first 20 minutes of the game,” said North Fondy/Oakfield coach Donovan Heavener. “We came ready to play. We knew that Omro was going to be a very physical team and we were prepared to handle it.

“At the 26th minute, Kalen Montsma was able to settle a bouncing ball in Omro’s 18-yard box and Adan Scheer was able to put it into the goal when the Omro goalkeeper was out of position.”

St. Lawrence 3

Mayville 1

The Hilltoppers scored twice in the first half at home to take command and went on for a Flyway victory.

Danny Alejandre scored at 28 minutes, and Jose Limon made it 2-0 at 35:30.

Dominic Cypher scored for Mayville at 62 minutes to narrow the margin, but Min Seong Kim tacked on a goal at 76 minutes. Limon and Alejandre had assists in the game for the HIlltoppers (8-6, 6-2).

“We played a solid game and had good ball movement,” said St. Lawrence coach Dave Bartel. “We controlled the field and tempo throughout the first half. Mayville has one of the top goalies and we knew we had to move the ball from side to side in the box, which we did to get our two goals.”

Plymouth 7, C’sport 0

Dakota Best made six saves for the Cougars (6-6 EWC), but Campbellsport allowed six goals in the second half.

New Holstein 2

Waupun 0

The Huskies won at home with two first-half goals.

Mike Pasineau scored at 9 minutes off a header when a Nathan Schmitz shot hit the cross bar and rebounded to Pasineau’s head. The Huskies got a second goal at 26 minutes as Jacob Conrad scored off a Jason Meyer assist.

Athly Sabish had three saves for New Holstein (8-12-1, 4-8), while Brice Buchholz made six stops for Waupun.

” … We finally put a complete game together against one of the better teams in the conference,” said New Holstein coach Nate Laabs. “We have been close so many times and finally we were able to get to the final whistle without conceding a goal. The defense of Aaron Schneider, Stephen Clemens, Nathan Schmitz and Craig Skibo played very well against a solid offensive team and Athly Sabish had one of his best games of the year in goal.”

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