Oostburg exploded for five first-half goals en route to a 5-3 victory over Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah in a rainy Central Lakeshore Conference girls soccer game held Monday.
Krystle van Deursen scored in the opening two minutes, and Katie Bonnett made it 2-0 five minutes later for the Flying Dutchmen (3-3-2, 2-2-1 CLC).
After a Resorters score, van Duersen scored again, off a Cheyenne Thein assist. Maranda Huibregtse added back-to-back scores later in the half, the latter assisted by Janae Brill.
Camrie Schmitz scored early in the first half, and had the game’s lone second-half score to lead Elkhart Lake. Morgan Schwaller also scored for the Resorters.
Last Thursday, Elkhart shut out Random Lake 5-0. Kelly Theel scored a pair and Schmitz, Ashley Pfeifer and Monica Ruh each added a goal.
Howards Grove 8, Random Lake 0
The Tigers outshot the host Rams 26-0 to improve to 4-0 in the CLC, 6-1 overall.
Nicole Mugan had two goals and an assist to lead the Howards effort. Also scoring in the win were Taylor Beninghaus, Kaitlynn Near, Morgan Edge, Morgan Wittman, Emma Schmid and Olivia Stauss. Allison Schmid added an assist.
“Our girls came to play despite the poor weather,” said Howards coach Todd Fischer. “They possessed the ball nicely and were able to take advantage of the opportunities given to us.”
Ozaukee 6, Sheb. Christian 1
Emma Yanke scored one minute in and Ozaukee never looked back in handing host Sheboygan Christian the home loss.
Yanke scored on an assist from Natalie Clark, who scored moments later on an assist from Bridget Hoffmann to give the Warriors a 2-0 lead.
Racing out to a 5-0 lead, Ozaukee (6-2-3, 4-1 CLC) also had goals from Haley Gabriel, Meghan VandeBoom and McKenna Large in the first half on assists from Natalie Bares, Hailey VandeBoom and Hoffmann.
Up 5-1 at halftime, Clark scored the final Warriors goal on an assist from Emily Janke.
Cedar Grove 1, Sheb. Luth./Kohler 0
Scoreless with five minutes left in regulation, Brooke Keller scored unassisted off a rebound in the box to hand Cedar Grove the road win
“It was a very hard-fought game by both teams, with good possession soccer trading between both sides,” Lutheran/Kohler coach Phil Zastrow said.
The Rockets had 20 shots with Halle Kolling making six saves for Lutheran/Kohler.