Prep Scoreboard – Thursday 9/29/22

Prep Scoreboard 9/29/29

Girls Volleyball

Watertown 3 Beaver Dam 1

25-11, 25-14, 23-25, 25-13

-W: Payton Roets 37 assists

-Beaver Dam stats

Assists: Paxton Longseth 14

Kills: Ali Kelm 7

Blocks: Kylie Wittnebel 3 solo, 7 total

Aces: Lexi Sobrilsky and Ali Kelm with 3 each

Digs: Shelby Warmka 9

Central Wisconsin Christian 3 Valley Christian 1

“The Crusaders bounced back for a big conference win tonight over Valley Christian.   Ada Smies led us with 15 kills, followed by 11 for Elise Ritzema.  KK led us with 24 assists.   Our defense was led by Erin Ruis with 21 digs and she also led us with 3 aces.   The win takes us to 19-5 overall, and 5-1 in conference.   I was proud of how our girls came out with tons of energy the first 2 sets.   Valley did a great job fighting back in the 3rd, and we really had to earn every point in the 4th.” – Crusaders Coach Dan Ten Napel   

Boys Soccer

Oshkosh North 4 Beaver Dam 1

-BD: Goal: JR Guerrero

 “We played a good game again tonight and we made a few errors at critical times which allowed them to score. Their first goal came on a cross to an unmarked player in the 6th minute on a corner kick. Scored by Alan Gordon assisted by Patrick Wilondja. We evened up the score in the 11th minute on a goal by JR Guerrero assisted by Lochlann Monien on a nice cross in front of the goal. Oshkosh took the lead on a free kick in the 17th minute by Gerome Mtabi. Oshkosh scored on another corner kick in the 44th minute by Mitera Lazaro assisted by Patrick Wilondja. Oshkosh scored their final goal on another free kick by Mitera Lazaro. We need to do a better job of covering and marking on free kicks. We had this issue at the beginning of the season and it popped back up again tonight. The guys all played hard tonight and moved the ball well. Oshkosh applied pressure to our back line which caused us a few issues that we will work on correcting.” – Beaver Dam Coach Dave Elgersma

Central Wisconsin Christian 4 WLA 1

CWC Goals: Isaac Abel (Baylee Schaalma), Baylee Schaalma (Ryan De Vries), Brock Hoekstra (Baylee Schaalma),  Levi Vander Galien (unassisted 

Will Syens – Saves 5

During their 5 game winning streak CWC has outscored their opponents 25-3