The North Fond du Lac volleyball team came out strong in its first Flyway Conference match of the season, but Winnebago Lutheran ended stronger as the Vikings took a 3-1 win in a game played in North Fond du Lac.
The Orioles won the first set 26-24, but WLA came back and won with ease the next three sets 25-13, 25-18 and 25-11.
Springs’ Shelby Zuelke had 13 kills, while Sarah Kell had 22 digs and six aces. Alysha Kahlow added 14 assists.
Abbi Retzleff led the way for NFDL as she recorded 20 digs and six aces, while Deanna Luttenberger had a nice game with 16 assists and 11 digs.
WLA def. NFDL 24-26, 25-13, 25-18, 25-11
Stat leaders — NFDL: Deanna Luttenberger 16 assists; Abbi Retzleff 20 digs, Luttenberger 11 digs, Allie Redeker 7 digs; Retzleff 6 aces; Billi Retzleff 8 kills, Amanda Schneider 6 kills. Springs: Shelby Zuelke 13 kills, 6 blocks; Alysha Kahlow 14 assists; Holly Pamperin 26 digs; Sarah Kell 22 digs, 6 aces.
Laconia 3, Lomira 2: In a back-and-forth match, Laconia got the best of Lomira, winning the decisive game 5 set 15-9
Laconia took the first and third set, while the Lions answered each time, forcing a game 5.
Laconia def. Lomira 25-20, 23-25, 25-15, 26-28, 15-9
Stat leaders — Laconia: Kelsey Birschbach 11 kills, Carley Huebschman 8 kills, Haley Smith 26 assists, Morgan Tetzlaff 10 digs.
Springs 3, Omro 0: The Ledgers moved to 2-0 in the Flyway with a three-set win over Omro.
Ali Ottery led the way with 16 assists while Kelli Schrauth had 13 kills. Melanie Schneider recorded six aces while Molly Krueger had four digs in the win.
Stat leaders — Springs: Ali Ottery 16 assists; Kelli Schrauth 13 kills, Melanie Schneider 6 aces, Molly Krueger 4 digs.
CWC 3, Oakfield 2: After dropping their first two games, the Crusaders bounced back and won the final three sets to win.
Oakfield would take the first two sets 25-13 and 25-23, but CWC rallied back in the third set after being down 22-18 and won 25-22. They went on to win 25-14 and 15-11 in game 4 and game 5.
Katrina Regnerus led the way for CWC with 22 kills and two blocks while Hannah Bresser and Lydia Greenfield each had five kills. Jessica Steinich had 14 digs and four aces.
Waupun 3, New Holstein 0: At New Holstein, the Warriors rolled to a three-game sweep over the Huskies, winning 25-16, 25-22, 25-20.
Plymouth 3, Campbellsport 2: Losing its first two sets, Campbellsport battled back and won the next two, but fell in game five against Plymouth at home.
The Cougars struggled early on, falling 25-11 and 25-9, but battled back and won the next two 25-21 and 25-20. In game 5, the Cougars fell 15-5.
Haley Feucht led the way with 11 kills, while Brooke Birschbach led the way defensively with 13 digs. Tiffany Anderson added three blocks.
Fond du Lac 3, Appleton North 2: Cardinals’ Brock Lisowe scored his second goal of the night in the 70th minute to give Fondy a win over Appleton North.
Fondy took a 2-0 lead going into halftime, but the Lightning scored twice in the first 12 minutes in the second half to tie it up.
Casey McArdle had Fondy’s other goal 33 seconds into the game off a penalty kick.
App. North…0 2– 2
Fond du Lac…2 1– 3
First half: FDL: Casey McArdle (penalty kick), 33 seconds. FDL: Brock Lisowe (Ian Tess-Wanat), 35:09.
Second half: AN: Keegan Govin, 48:10. FDL: Max Johansen, 51:43. FDL: Lisowe (Casey McArdle), 70:31.
Saves: Appleton North (Grant Lacy) 6, Fond du Lac (Tess-Wanat) 6.
WLA 8, Omro 0: The Vikings scored six goals in the second half in a cruising victory over Omro.
Jeran Huey scored the Vikings’ only two goals in the first half, and then Brady Kollman started off the scoring attack early in the second half with a goal in the 40th minute. Robin Yoon added two late goals for WLA.
Omro…0 0– 0
WLA…2 6– 8
First half: WLA: Jeran Huey, 7:03. WLA: Huey (Robin Yoon), 7:20.
Second half: WLA: Brady Kollmann (Sonny Johnson), 40:44. WLA: Travis Rieder, 48:06. WLA: Justin Digman (Noah Poss), 51:36. WLA: Jeremy Soto (Brady Kollman), 55:20. WLA: Yoon, 59:59. WLA: Yoon (Digman), 73:33.
Saves: WLA (Caleb King) 1.
Sheboygan Falls 4, Waupun 0: Sheboygan Falls scored three goals in the second half en route to a win over the Warriors in a Eastern Wisconsin Conference showdown played in Waupun.
Warriors’ Bryce Buchholz recorded 27 saves in the loss.
Sheb. Falls…1 3– 4
Waupun…0 0– 0
First half: SF: Danny Novicki (penalty kick), 23:12.
Second half: SF: John Spoerl, 46th minute. SF: Jacob Musil, 47th minute. SF: Nate Heili, 78th minute.
Saves: Waupun (Bryce Buchholz) 27, Sheboygan Falls (Mitchell Lambrecht) 2.
Mayville 6, Lomira 0: Elliot Schellpfeffer recorded a hat trick as the Cardinals cruised in a Flyway contest.
Dominic Nonhoff added a goal and two assists, while Dustin Gering also contributed two assists. Aaron Hechimovich and Austin Padron added the other goals for the Cardinals.
Mayville…4 2– 6
Lomira…0 0– 0
First half: MAY: Aaron Hechimovich (Dominic Nonhof), 4th minute. MAY: Elliot Schellpfeffer (Nonhof), 12th minute. MAY: Schellpfeffer (Dustin Gering), 23rd minute. MAY: Austin Padron (Gering), 35th minute.
Second half: MAY: Schellpfeffer (Nonhof), 47th minute. MAY: Nonhoff (Schellpfeffer), 65th minute.
CWC 5, Springs 1: Cody Zonnefeld’s hat-trick carried the Crusaders in a win over the Ledgers.
Zonnefeld scored both of CWC’s first half goals and recorded his third in the 61st minute. Lucas VanderBerg added two goals in the win.
Springs got its lone goal in the 61st minute when Axel Najera found the back of the net.
Springs…0 1– 1
CWC…2 3– 5
First half: CWC: Cody Zonnefeld (Luke Jansen), 36th minute. CWC: Zonnefeld (Jared Regnerus), 39th minute.
Second half: CWC: Lucas VanderBerg, 50th minute. SMS: Axel Najera, 61st minute. CWC: Zonnefeld (Jansen), 61st minute. CWC: VanderBerg, 67th minute.
KML 7, NFDL/O: Kettle Moraine Lutheran scored six first half goals in a win over the Nuts.
Ethan Bublitz scored three goals for KML while Griffin Hoerchner added two. Caleb King had 18 saves for NFDL/O.
NFDL/O…0 — 0
KML…6 1– 7
First half: KML: Ethan Bublitz, 4th minute. KML: Noah Semmann, 11th minute. KML: Bublitz, 13th minute. KML: Griffin Hoerchner, 15th minute. KML: Bublitz, 28th minute. KML: Hoerchner, 36 minute.
Second half: KML: Ezekiel Malchow, 70th minute.
Saves: NFDL/O (Trenton Vielbig) 18, KML (Scott Jeske) 2.
Neenah 211, Fond du Lac 215: Fondy head coach Paula Suemnicht called it an off day, as her Cardinals struggled in a loss that was only separated by four strokes.
Madeline Krolczyk and Maria Bullock led the way for the Cardinals with a 53, while Courtney Kohlmann was next with a 54.
Kimberly 6, Fond du Lac 1: At Kimberly, the Cardinals struggled as No. 1 singles player Maddie Bahr picked up the only win.
Kohler 7, Waupun 0: The Warriors struggled against Kohler, failing to gain a point as they were swept in straight sets.