By Nick Freimuth Sturgeon Bay varsity soccer topped Kewaunee 7-1 Thursday. Coach Todd Maas said, “The boys looked a bit more comfortable out there tonight. The first game jitters are out of the way, and it’s starting to resemble a soccer team again. We possessed the ball the majority of the game which was good to see. Started to get some flow to our offense and defense. We are still doing a research project to find the right combinations for personnel, but it’s coming together. I thought we had great looks on goal, outshooting them 41-3. The bad part is we only had 7 goals to show for our 41 shots. That needs to improve drastically. Our defense has a better game as well. Applying pressure and support where needed. There is still a ton to improve on, but it’s a step in the right direction. I’m proud of the way they played today.”
Eli Dietzel scored four goals and added two assists to lead the Clippers. Owen Stevenson scored a goal and an assist. Incoming freshman Ben Luders got a start Thursday and put two in the back of the net. Kewaunee’s goal came in the second half. Coach Maas said, “Kewaunee has a few nice players who made it difficult to get through their back line. Number 8 (goal scorer) is their guy up top who works to get lose behind our defense.
Luxemburg-Casco topped Roncalli 11-1 Coach Cory Romdenne sent the scoring recap following the match.