Southwest upsets East for regional crown

Southwest upsets East for regional crown

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Southwest upsets East for regional crown

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Green Bay Southwest’s Calo Iannikis reacts after the Trojans defeated Green Bay East 1-0 in Saturday’s WIAA Division 2 regional championship game at Southwest. Find more pictures from the game at greenbaypressgazette.com.

Green Bay Southwest’s Calo Iannikis reacts after the Trojans defeated Green Bay East 1-0 in Saturday’s WIAA Division 2 regional championship game at Southwest. Find more pictures from the game at greenbaypressgazette.com.

Calo Iannikis scored in the 49th minute, and that was all it took for the Green Bay Southwest boys soccer team to knock off top-seeded Green Bay East 1-0 on Saturday in a WIAA Division 2 regional final at Southwest.

Connor Jones assisted on Iannikis’ goal. Valentin Dambach made eight saves for the shutout win for Southwest (13-8-2).

Dambach made some critical saves for the Trojans, including a diving stop in the first half off the foot of East’s Leo Villa.

East finishes the season 18-4-4. Southwest, the No. 4 seed, plays at No. 2 Oshkosh North next Thursday in a sectional semifinal.

Pulaski 2, Ashwaubenon 1 (OT)

PULASKI — Kevin Berg scored in the overtime period, and the Red Raiders knocked off the Jaguars to win the regional championship.

Pulaski, the No. 2 seed, took an early lead when Andre Sanchez scored off a Ryan Hansen assist. Ashwaubenon tied it up in the 36th minute when Tyler Roethlistberger scored off an Ian Malmberg assist, and the game remained 1-1 after the second half.

Jacob Wied made 19 saves in goal for the Jaguars.

Division 3

Notre Dame 3, Lux.-Casco 0

The Tritons cruised to a regional championship by blanking the Spartans in the D3 regional final on Saturday.

Evan Watzka and Jabril Nur scored first-half goals for the Tritons, and Ethan Diestler made it a 3-0 game early in the second half.

Charlie Parrish had five saves in goal for Notre Dame (11-8-4), the No. 2 seed, which will play at top-seeded New Holstein/Elkhart Lake on Thursday in a sectional semifinal.

Elijah Dercks and Michael Linehan provided assists for the Tritons. Keegan Sewell eight saves for Luxemburg-Casco (16-6-1).

New Holstein 3, Seymour 0

NEW HOLSTEIN — The Thunder’s season came to an end after a loss to the top-seeded Huskies.

The game was scoreless at halftime and until the 67th minute before New Holstein/Elkhart Lake got on the board. The team added two more goals over the following 15 minutes to secure the win.

Lakeland 6, Shawano 0

MINOCQUA — The third-seeded Hawks were shut down by the No. 2 seed at home in a regional final. Shawano ends the season 6-15-1.

Division 4

Kewaunee 3, Gibraltar/Sevastopol 2

KEWAUNEE — Shay Kinjerski registered a hat trick, propelling the Storm to a victory and a regional championship.

Brian Licona and Erik Bosman scored the goals for the Vikings.

Sturgeon Bay 6, Wrightstown 0

STURGEON BAY – The top-seeded Clippers shut out the Tigers for the regional championship. They will host conference rivals Kewaunee in a sectional semifinal on Thursday.

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