Richie Schultz had a busy Tuesday night on the Wisconsin Lutheran College field as the Winnebago Lutheran soccer team beat Shoreland Lutheran 4-0.
He scored twice in the first half and then saved a penalty kick in the second half when he had to replace WLA’s injured goalie. His goals in the 33rd and 35th minutes after Jacob Schraufnagel gave the Vikings a lead gave WLA the advantage it needed.
“We really played with a lot of energy,” said WLA coach David Haag. “Those two (goals) in a row at the end of the first half gave us confidence and Shoreland was never in it in the second half.”
Aaron Markgraf scored 2 minutes into the second half to finish the scoring.
Campbellsport 2, New Holstein 1
Joe Baldwin gave New Holstein a lead 2:26 into the second half, but a pair of Ryan Costello goals swung the EWC match in Campbellsport’s favor. Costello’s speed gave the Huskies trouble and he turned that into the winner in the 72nd minute.
“After how well we played this weekend, this was a very disappointing game,” New Holstein coach Nate Laabs said. “We created far more offense than they did, but just couldn’t get our shots in the right place.”
Campbellsport goalie Dakota Best had seven saves and New Holstein’s Athly Sabish stopped five shots.