FREDONIA – Ozaukee took a big step toward earning a Central Lakeshore Conference soccer title on Tuesday night.
In a showdown of the top two teams in the league, the Warriors edged Howards Grove, 2-1, to take over sole possession of the first place in the league with just three games left to play.
Brooke Bares scored a goal for Ozaukee and assisted on another, setting up Emily Janke for her tally.
Melissa Oxtoby scored in the first half for Howards Grove as the game was tied 1-1 at intermission.
Sheboygan Christian 5, Cedar Grove-Belgium 1: Emma Hendriske scored a pair of goals and the Eagles overcame an early 1-0 deficit with four first-half goals en route to the win.
Hannah Modahl tied the game at 1 five minutes into the match, while Ashley Flipse then scored to give Sheboygan Christian its first lead of the game. Olivia Meerdink and Hendriske added tallies before halftime.
Carissa Wisse and Meerdink picked up assists in the win for the Eagles.
Haleigh Bares scored the lone goal for Cedar Grove-Belgium.
Oostburg 2, Random Lake 0: The Flying Dutchmen scored in each half to take down the Rams.
Sam Richter scored in the 19th minute for Oostburg’s first goal, while Meghan Baztner found the net in the 60th minute.
Sheboygan North 10, Green Bay East 0: Megan Dahle scored four goals and the Golden Raiders bolted to a 7-0 halftime lead before coasting to the easy win.
Mallory Vesser and Mary Schmidt each chipped in a pair of goals for North, which also got tallies from Mckayla Kertscher and Gwen Schad – her first varsity goal.
Bonnie Lacey, Marissa Schaefer, Kertscher and Sammy Krugel picked up assists in the win.
Sheboygan Lutheran/Kohler 4, Random Lake 3: Lindsay Thaves scored the go-ahead run in the top of the sixth inning and the Crusaders blanked the Rams in their final two at bats to collect the win.
Hannah Frey went 3-for-4 with a pair of doubles to help boost the Crusaders, who took a 3-1 lead in the fifth on RBI singles from Kaelin Sbrocco and Thaves only to have the Rams tie the game in the bottom of the inning.
Alyssa Holtz tripled and scored on Lexi Holly’s fielder’s choice in the fourth inning for the Crusaders.
Abby Smith picked up the win for Sheboygan Lutheran, striking out two in tossing the complete game.
Callie Helminger was 2-for-3 and drove in a run to lead the Rams.
New Holstein 8, Oostburg 3: The Huskies scored two runs in each of the first two innings and then broke the game open with a three-run fifth to collect the nonconference win over the Flying Dutchmen.
Emily Casper and Taylor Doherty each had two hits and an RBI for New Holstein, while Kelsy Kaiser struck out four over seven innings to get the win on the mound.
Mallory Grossenbach finished with two hits for Oostburg.
Sheboygan South 6, Green Bay Preble 2: Dylan Callahan’s RBI-single broke a 2-2 tie and sparked a four-run outburst in the sixth inning to back A.J. Gutierrez’s strong start in the Redwings’ win.
Gutierrez fanned eight while walking just one and scattering seven hits to earn the win. He blanked the Hornets for the first four innings before surrendering two runs to tie the game at 2.
But the Redwings answered in the sixth with Callahan’s run-scoring single, while scoring the other three runs on two Green Bay Preble errors.
Callahan, Matt Miller and Alex Feudner each finished with two hits in the game for the Redwings.
Bay Port 10, Sheboygan North 0: The Golden Raiders managed just three hits as the Pirates secured the FRCC title with the win.
Howards Grove 5, Sheboygan Falls 2 (Mon.): The Tigers won three of the four singles matches and collected the win over the Falcons.
Eric Reinemann highlighted the singles wins for Howards Grove by dropping just one game at No. 4 singles, while Luke Stanczyk lost just three games in his win at the No. 1 flight.
Andrew Reinemann and Zach Fritz posted a 6-0, 6-0 win at No. 1 doubles for Howards Grove.
Zach Hand at No. 2 singles and the No.3 doubles team of Ben LeBanc and Ben Krueger posted wins for Sheboygan Falls.