Tuesday's prep roundup

Tuesday's prep roundup


Tuesday's prep roundup



Fond du Lac 101, Berlin/Green Lake 82: The Cardinals moved their record to 4-1 on the season (3-1 in Fox Valley Association) with a balanced night of swimming and diving performances.

Maddy Corbin took first in diving for Fondy, while Courtney Stubbe won the 50-yard freestyle and 100 backstroke — the latter in a career-best 1 minute and 4.24 seconds as the fourth-best time in school history.

Kalli Behling won the 100 free in 58.24 seconds, while the 200 free relay quad of Stubbe, Sydney Jarach, McKayla Drew and Behling also won.

Katie Julka took second in the 100 butterfly in a personal-best 1:10.77.

Fondy’s JV team dominated 114-31 to go to 4-1 on the season as well.

The Cardinals host an invidational this weekend, beginning with diving Friday night. Swimming begins at 10 a.m. Saturday.


Springs, WLA at Green Lake/Princeton Invitational: The fifth-ranked Ledgers girls team won the invitational, 10 points ahead of Poynette at Green Lake Tuscumbia Golf Course.

The Ledgers’ Liz Bohn picked up another win, leading the girls’ field in 16 minutes and 19 seconds. Teammates Paige Case and Emily McGovern were fourth and fifth both in17:58, while Morgan Krupp and Bailey Hoch were 10th and 12th.

“This was a great meet for the girls,” Springs coach Shane Smith said. “Even though a few of the girls were sick, they dug down and raced with their heart. It was a great win.”

The Ledger boys placed fifth overall, led by Alan Burkart’s seventh-place showing in 18:12. Matt Land and Todd Petrie were 26th and 27th, while Spencer Starks and Jake Butzen were 41st and 47th.

Winnebago Lutheran Academy’s Mitchell Bilitz won his second straight race, topping the boys’ field in 16:17 as the Vikings placed eighth out of 10. Markesan won the boys’ meet.

WLA’s Josh Frey was 22nd, Andrew Breister was 43rd, while Connor Coleman and Caleb Rosenau were 66th and 67th.

The Viking girls placed sixth out of eight, led by Courtney Williams taking 21st in 19:13. Samantha Freund was 28th, Jenna Schmitz 29th, while Kelli Bahls and Monica Tews were 31st and 40th.


Springs 3, Lomira 2: Anson Bautista had two first-half goals to give the Lions team a 2-0 lead before the Ledgers’ Jackson Voight had a hat trick to overtake Lomira (0-12-1, 0-7 Flyway Conference) in the second half on Tuesday.

Axel Najera and Cristian Soto had assists for the Ledgers (3-5 Flyway), while Bautista scored on a free kick and then unassisted.

At halftime, Springs’ coach Tony Denzin moved Soto from goalie to midfield and dropped Shane Rau back to stopper.

“Shane did the dirty work to shut down Lomira’s attack, and Cristian brought the control and passing to the midfield that we lacked in the first half.”

Springs…1 2 — 3

Lomira…2 0 — 2

First half: LOM: Anson Bautista (free kick), 8th minute. LOM: Bautista (unassisted), 15th minute. SMS: Jackson Voight (unassisted), 26th minute.

Second half: SMS: Voight (Axel Najera). SMS: Voight (Cristian Soto).

NFDL/0 3, Omro 1: The O’s picked up their third Flyway win, getting goals from Seth Sakoulas, Ben Mand and Nick Schelvan to beat the Foxes.

Ben Mand added an assist for North Fond du Lac/Oakfield, while Trent Vielbig made three saves.

Omro…1 0 — 1

NFDL/O…2 1 — 3

First half: NFDL/O: Seth Sakoulas (Ben Mand), 35th minute. NFDL/O: Mand (penalty kick), 38th minute. OMRO: Kaden Bosquez (unassisted), 40th minute.

Second half: NFDL/O: Nick Schelvan (unassisted), 67th minute.

Saves: Omro (Adam Franke) 6, NFDL/O (Trent Vielbig) 3.

St. Lawrence Seminary 2, Mayville 1: Dustin Gering’s goal in the 52nd minute wasn’t enough for the Cardinals, who fell to 10-8-1 (3-4 Flyway).

Temo Zarate and Alex Rivera had a goal in each half for the Hilltoppers (10-6-1, 6-2).

SLS…1 1 — 2

Mayville…0 1 — 1

First half: SLS: Temo Zarate (Alex Gomez), 8:18.

Second half: SLS: Alex Rivera (Gustavo Martinez), 45:21. MAY: Dustin Gering, 51:15.

New Holstein/Elkhart Lake 2, Campbellsport 0: Tyler Schultz and Zach Petrie had second-half goals for the Huskies (11-6-1, 6-3 Eastern Wisconsin), who dropped the Cougars to to 7-11 (3-6).


Fond du Lac 3, Kimberly 0: The Cardinals prevailed in a marathon second set to take a 2-0 lead and avoided a fifth set in collecting the win over the Papermakers.

Aaron Wendels and Adam Baltz each had 16 kills to lead the way for Fond du Lac, while Mitch Cleveland finished with five kills and seven blocks. Matt Dilling totaled 36 assists and a team-high 4 aces in the win.

Fond du Lac def. Kimberly, 25-23, 37-35, 19-25, 25-17

Stat leaders: FDL — Aaron Wendels 16 kills, 9 digs; Adam Baltz 16 kills; Mitch Cleveland 5 kills, 7 blocks; Drew Balken 10 digs; Matt Dilling 36 assists, 4 aces; Aaron Brost 5 blocks; Jake Dilling 4 blocks.


Oshkosh Lourdes 3, CWC 0: The Knights swept the Crusaders 25-21, 25-15 and 25-20, dropping CWC to 12-10 overall and 4-3 in the Trailways North Conference.

“We struggled to score against their defense tonight,” Crusaders coach Dan Ten Napel said. “They were very long, athletic, and covered the floor very well.”


Plymouth 7, Waupun 0: The Warriors were blanked in their final conference match of the season, not winning more than two points in any set.

Singles: No. 1 — Elizabeth Raeder (P) def. Taylor Schregardus 6-0, 6-0. No. 2 — Chloe Kastelic (P) def. Mikenna Brown 6-1, 6-0. No. 3 — Cassandra Nicalson (P) def. Andi Martin 6-1, 6-1. No. 4 — Shyenne Genette (P) def. Kim Zills 6-1, 6-0.

Doubles: No. 1 — Beth Brisson/Elle Klecka (P) def. Jasmine Fix/Erica Setzer 6-0, 6-2. No. 2 — Sierra McNeil/Paige Stoney (P) def. Haylie Schneider/Ashley Schmitt 6-1, 6-0. No. 3 — Waupun forfeit.


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