Sheboygan Falls’ girls soccer team improved to 7-1 on the season with a 2-0 win over New Holstein on Tuesday in Falls.
Abby Mauer scored off a Tiffany Fischer assist in the seventh minute, and the score would remain that way until Fischer added an insurance score in the 66th minute.
Alicia Kahl stopped 11 shots in goal for New Holstein (3-3-1). Huskies coach Nate Laabs credited defender Hailee Olson for solid work on Falls’ talented forwards.
Plymouth 9, Waupun 0
Haley Olsen registered a hat trick and Becca Ebbott added two goals as the Panthers breezed to the Eastern Wisconsin Conference win.
Rikke Damgaard, Mackenzie Haese, Brienne Cain and Sarah Gamoke also scored for Plymouth, which led 4-0 at halftime, then scoredtwo more in the opening four minutes of the second half.
Assists were provided by Gamoke, Damgaard, Anna Travis, Elle Klecka, Haese, Ebbott and Brooke Reichert. Plymouth’s defense did not allow a shot on goal.
Howards Grove 0
The game was scoreless at halftime before Natalie Clark found Katie Bares for a goal in teh 47th minute to put the Warriors (10-0-1, 6-0-1) ahead in the Central Lakeshore Conference contest at Howards.
The duo reversed roles in the 56th minute, with Bares assisting on Clark’s goal, providing the final margin.
“I’m very proud of the way the girls played tonight,” Howards coach Eric Worth said in a statement. “Ozaukee is a very good team and our hustle and team work allowed us to stay in it the first 50 minutes. We didn’t end up on the positive side of the scoreboard but I was excited to see the way that we competed.”
Kaylee Klopp and Erika Karrels combined for the shutout in net.
Sheb. North 8,
G.B. West 0
The Golden Raiders took charge early on to pick up the home win and improve to 4-4, 3-3 Fox River Classic Conference.
Megan Dahle and Abby Veeser each scored two goals, and Paige Kukla, Maddie Kiehl, Alice Lutzke and Maddie Opie also scored in the win.
Jenna Schaefer and Dahle added assists for the Raiders, who did not allow a shot on goal.
Sheb. South 6, Ashwaubenon 1
Rachel Van Sluys scored four goals to lead South to the FRCC win on the road.
Mimi Pulido and Sara Schrank also added goals for the Redwings (4-1)