Fond du Lac 1, Menasha 0 (Suspended)
The fourth-seeded Fond du Lac girls soccer team hosted (13) Menasha in a WIAA Divison 1 Regional Semifinal Thursday night, which was suspended with 29 minutes remaining in the second half and the Cardinals leading 1-0.
The game will resume today at 4:30 p.m.
Fond du Lac’s goal came in the 10th minute from Kelsey Schneider, with an assist by Erica Daniels.
If the Cardinals go on to win, they’ll host fifth-seeded Slinger in Saturday’s regional final.
(5) Campbellsport 6,
(12) Luxemburg-Casco 1
The Cougars had little trouble with the Spartans in a Division 2 regional semifinal, leading 4-0 at halftime and then scoring twice in the second half after a 45-minute lightning delay.
“It was good to see we were able to stay focused and get back into it,” Campbellsport coach Tim Scannell.
Five different players scored for Campbellsport (12-4), including two goals by sophomore Brooke Birschbach. She also has two assists, while her sister Paige had a goal and an assist and the other scores came from Becca Ruplinger, Cady Oestrich and Hannah Mrochinski — who scored her first varsity goal.
The Cougars will play at Denmark Saturday at 1 p.m. in a regional final.
Lux-Casco…0 1– 1
Campbellsport…4 2 — 6
First half: 1, CSP, 1:50, Paige Birschbach (unassisted); 2, CSP, 9:25, Brooke Birschbach (P. Birschbach); 3, CSP, 30:24, Becca Ruplinger (Theresa Flood); 4, CSP, 37:21, Cady Oestreich (B. Birschbach).
Second half: 5, LC, 47:31, Marisa Loberger; 6, CSP, 67:16, B. Birschbach (Tiffany Anderson); 7, CSP, 78:38, Hannah Mrochinski (B. Birschbach)
Saves: Lux-Casco 8, Campbellsport (Emma Sippel) 2.
(8) Wrightstown 3, (9) NFDL/Oakfield 0
North Fond du Lac/Oakfield’s season came to an end at the hands of the host Tigers, who scored once in the first half and twice in the second after a lightning delay shortly after the break.
NFDL/O ends the season at 8-9.
“Overall, I’m happy with the season we had,” head coach Donovan Heavener said. “We joined two school’s teams with this co-op and had a lot of success. We overcame a lot of difficulties and we already are looking on how to improve next season.”
(3) Waupaca 5, (14) Waupun 1
(3) WLA 11, (6) Wautoma 0
The third-seeded Winnebago Lutheran Academy girls soccer team had arguably its best game of the season in its WIAA Division 3 regional semifinal against (6)Wautoma Thursday evening, dominating the Hornets 11-0 at the Fond du Lax Soccer Complex.
The 11 goals were a season-high for the Flyway Conference champion Vikings (11-2), who travel to face (2) St. Mary Central Saturday at 3 p.m.
(12) Lomira 3, (5) Springs 0
The Lions had an upset of sorts in shutting out the Ledgers, ending Springs’ season at 6-7.
Lomira (4-9) got two early goals, one at 5:33 by Ashley Nehls and one at 14:19 by Rachel Stuebs, and it didn’t look back.
Stuebs added an insurance goal at 71:22 for the Lions, who play at (4) Aquinas Saturday at 2 p.m. in a regional final.
Lomira…2 1 — 3
Springs…0 0 — 0
First half: 1, Lomira, 5:33, Ashley Nehls; 2, Lomira, 14:19, Rachel Stuebs.
Second half: 3, Lomira, 71:22, Stuebs.
(3) Hustisford 7, (14) Central Wisconsin Christian 0
(6) Watertown Luther Prep 2, (11) Mayville 1