HS Sports Recap 5/9


WLA 9 Springs 8

Coach Westphal: “Battling the wind proved to be a challenge for both teams to start the game as WLA took a 7-1 lead after two innings.  But the Ledgers battled back to tie the score at 7-7 after three and one-half innings, highlighted by a three run homer by Ella Guelig in the third.  Alea Anhalt singled in the bottom of the fourth, and her courtesy runner, Anna Trewin, scored on a ground out by Abby Cole, to give the Vikings an 8-7 lead.  The Ledgers came back to tie the score in the sixth when Aubrey Hafermann singled and scored on a double by Ella Guelig.  After a scoreless seventh inning, WLA scored the winning run in the bottom of the eighth.  Alea Anhalt blooped a hit to center and took second on the play.  After Megan Pollack drew a walk, the runners advanced to third and second on a delayed steal.  Nevada Wisse then drove in the winning run with a single down the third base line.  Grace Koncol, Aubrey Hafermann, Ella Guelig, Navaeh Galligan, and Jenna Dux each had two hits for the Springs, with Guelig driving in five runs.  For the Vikings, Alea Anhalt had three hits and two RBIs, while Amber Johnson, Kiara Shea, Lindsey Nell, and Abby Cole all had two hits.  Makayla Carey also had a double and three RBIs.  Natalee Boelk battled the wind and was the winning pitcher, giving up six earned runs on eleven hits and six walks while striking out eight.  Ella Guelig took the loss, giving up fourteen hits while striking out six and walking six.”

Oakfield 16 Cambria 0


Lomira 7 NFDL 3

Waupun 13 Chilton 3


WLA 2 New Holstein 0

20th minute:  Ava Lorenz PK

78th minute:  Ava Lorenz
Lydia Bernhard had six saves for WLA
Coach Haag:  “Ava continues her stellar season.  Our defense played very solid tonight in a game that presented a lot of challenges because of a very stiff wind.  Our senior center back Ella Biertzer did a great job of leading the defense to another clean sheet.”

Kiel 8 Sheboygan Lutheran 1

Coach Pritchard: “

We dominated the pitch tonight with superior passing, trapping, and scoring.  The weather conditions were extremely WINDY but that didn’t slow us down.  Tonight’s match was dedicated to Kenzie Koppenhaver’s faith in herself to overcome her injuries from a Christmas Eve car accident.  She’s an inspiration to the team, the community, and personally myself.  Our team is steadfast and always looking forward–just like Kenzie.”
Goals scored tonight–Taylor Schad 4, Abby Moore 3, Lydia Vander Meer 1