The Winnebago Lutheran boys soccer team beat Lomira 3-0 on Tuesday night at the Fondy Soccer Complex.
Jacob Schraufnagel’s volley off a Jeran Huey corner kick made it 1-0 at halftime. Richie Schultz tacked on two goals in a 1-minute span in the second half to clinch the win.
WLA outshot Lomira 18-0, but WLA coach David Haag said the visitors frustrated the Vikings (4-1, 1-0).
“This was one of those frustrating games where we dominated possession and shots, but Lomira was very scrappy and defended tenaciously in our attacking third,” He said. “… I think we’re going to have to play better going forward if we are going to have success.
Osh. North 2, Fondy 0
It was a defensive stalemate at Titan Stadium for 71 minutes before Oshkosh North scored the winner in the 72nd minute and doubled the lead with less than 4 minutes to play.
Jared Quimby made two saves for Fondy, while North’s goalie stopped all six shots he saw. Fondy coach Greg Winkler said those six shots weren’t enough.
“I thought we dominated play for much of the match, but if you don’t shoot, you are not going to score,” Winkler said.
He added that Brett Stuck, Nick Schwartz and Jacob Miller had good performances, and the defense did well until the midfield pressured too hard and left the back line overexposed.
CWC 5, KML 1
The Crusaders took a 3-0 lead at halftime with goals by Jared Regnerus, Luke Jansen and Cody Zonnefeld. The last goal was a roped volley with less than 2 minutes remaining in the half.
Trevor Zonnefeld scored in the 66th minute and CWC (4-1, 1-0) finished the rout with a Kettle own goal.
“We played a dominating first half and took control of the match,” CWC coach Gregg Zonnefeld said. “I thought we came out and put a lot of pressure on the ball at all levels and created some great chances that we finished.
“It’s a huge statement win against one of the conference contenders.”
St. Lawrence 3, Omro 2
Danny Alejandre scored St. Lawrence’s first two goals, and Jose Limon tallied the winning goal at 53 minutes on Alex Gomez’s second assist in Mount Calvary.