Sheboygan Falls’ girls soccer team got scores from nine different players — including all five seniors — in a 9-0 shutout over Two Rivers on Thursday.
The win preserves the Falcons’ undefeated season in the Eastern Wisconsin Conference — they’re 3-0-1 in the league — and pushes Falls to 9-1-1 overall with just a few games left on the the team’s regular season schedule.
“They played really unselfish,” Sheboygan Falls coach Brian Mentink said of his players.
Falls scored in clusters during the first half. Between the fifth- and 13th-minute marks, the team scored three times off the feet of Katie DePagter and seniors Jenna Howard and Erica Duda. Erin Beeck and Mia Bartel tallied goals in the 28th and 32nd minutes.
In a more spread-out second half, Falls picked up scores from Taylor Tomlinson and seniors Jensen Hamilton, Justine Selk and Hailey Tomlinson.
Plymouth, 4 Kewaskum 0
Sarah Gamoke and Sigrun Adalgeirsdottir each scored two goals in the first half to push the Panthers to the shutout.
“We had control of the game,” Plymouth coach Brad Feick said in a statement. “Kewaskum pressured us some late in the game, but we were able to prevent the goal.”
Sophie Hau and Kathryn Aukerman combined for two saves in Plymouth’s net to help anchor the Panthers’ defense, which allowed just two shots all game.
New Holstein 4, Waupun 0
Lexi Peterson scored twice and Shelly Van Grinsven and Danielle Brenner added a goal apiece to help push the Huskies to Thursday’s conference win on the road.
New Holstein’s defense didn’t allow a shot on goal all day.
The Huskies (5-6-2, 2-1-1 EWC) host Plymouth on Tuesday.
Sheboygan South 7, Manitowoc 0
Rachel Van Sluys turned a hat trick and four more Sheboygan South girls soccer players found the back of the net in Thursday’s shutout.
Van Sluys picked up a game-opening goal about 14 minutes into the first half, and Karli Noll, Bailey Rivas and Sara Schrank scored a goal apiece before halftime to give the Redwings a comfy lead at intermission.
Mimi Pulido scored once in the second half and Van Sluys added two more goals, including one off a penalty kick.
Sheboygan North 1, Green Bay East 0
The Golden Raiders, still suffering from an illness-ridden roster and suiting up fewer players than normal, escaped with a close shutout on the road.
Jenna Schaefer scored North’s winning goal in the first half off an assist by Abby Veeser.
The Golden Raiders nearly connected on a few other shots, but otherwise-stout play by East’s goalkeeper kept the game close.
Lutheran/Kohler 1, Cedar Grove 0
Sarah Leick scored midway through the first half to propel the Crusaders to the upset over Cedar Grove at home.
“They beat us handily the first time we played,” Crusaders coach Jenna Roeske said. “It was a big win for Lutheran High.”
Lutheran/Kohler (6-8 overall) hosts Sheboygan Christian today.
Ozaukee 5, Sheboygan Christian 1
The state’s top-ranked Division 3 team attacked early and Katie Bares finished with a hat trick in Thursday’s Central Lakeshore Conference win.
Bridget Hoffmann scored in the fifth minute, Natalie Clark scored about 13 minutes later to give Ozaukee a quick opening lead and Bares scored her first of three goals just minutes before halftime to give the Warriors (14-0-1, 9-0-1 CLC) a 3-0 lead at intermission.
Bares scored twice more in the second half.
Liz Smies scored for Sheboygan Christian in the second period.
“We did well with our possessions, and the timing of our passes looked good,” Ozaukee coach Eric Liebergen said.
Bares finished with an assist, as did teammates Kait Paetzke, Mickey Burns and Kaylee Klopp.
Oostburg 3, Elkhart Lake 0
Hannah Luedtke and Maranda Huibregtse scored inside the opening 10 minutes to give the Flying Dutchmen an early lead in the CLC win.
Huibregtse scored again — for the 15th time this season — in the second half to widen Oostburg’s gap.