Prep Scoreboard – Tuesday 9/28/21

Girl Swimming

Stoughton 95 Beaver Dam 57

 

Boys Soccer

Beaver Dam 6 Reedsburg 1

The Beaver Dam boys soccer team picked up an impressive 6-1 win over Reedsburg on Senior Night last night.   Five different Golden Beavers scoring including keeper Brandon Freber on a penalty kick.  Freber also made five saves.  BD hosts Watertown on Thursday.  You can watch that game on DailyDodge TV.

 

CWC – 4 Wayland Academy – 2

CWC came out strong with Andrew Ohman scoring in the 5th minute with an assist from Neil Venhuizen. However Wayland came back in the 25th minute with an unassisted goal from Emre Kocer. In the 29th minute, Andrew Ohman scored another goal that was assisted from Levi Vander Galien. At halftime the score was 2-1 in CWC’s favor. CWC came out the 2nd half red hot. Andrew Ohman completed his hatrick with another goal in the 41st minute that was assisted by Craig Slings with a beautiful pass through the defense. In the 42nd minute, Parker Cupery shot from about 35 yards out, and scored a goal that the Wayland keeper fumbled. Wayland came back with a goal in the 74th minute with a goal bySalva Huertas Abad. Will Syens (keeper for CWC) finished the night with 4 saves.  CWC is headed to Winnebago Lutheran on Thursday for a tough division match which will most likely have great implications for conference championships later in the season.

 

 

Girls Volleyball

Lakeside Lutheran 3 Columbus 1

 

Randolph beats Markesan in straight sets, on senior night, to guarantee at least a share of the conference championship with one conference match to play. Randolph improves to 6-0 in conference and 21-4 overall.

 

Markesan    23  16  20

Randolph    25   25 25

 

Rocket stats

Aces: Jorey Buwalda- 3, Cassandra Alsum- 2

Kills: Carizma Muth- 13, Cassandra Alsum- 10

Assists: Jorey Buwalda- 28

Blocks: Jorey Buwalda- 3, Carizma Muth- 2

Digs: Carizma Muth- 8, Cassandra Alsum- 7, Brandi Fuller- 7

 

CWC 4 Horicon 1

“The Crusaders traveled to Horicon tonight for an incredible conference match.  It was the first action for the team in awhile, and we started a little rusty.   We stayed together all night through tough situations and were able to find 3 straight set wins to close out the match.  I was really proud of how the girls battled tonight.   We were down 21-16 in the 3rd set, and also down early in the 4th set.  They just kept defending and we got stronger as the night went on.   Thank you to Horicon for providing a great atmosphere.   Their crowd was great, and the environment was exactly what high school volleyball should be like.   This win takes the Crusaders to 4-0 in conference and 11-5 overall.   We have 2 more big matches this week against Palmyra and  Valley Christian.  We were led in kills with a huge night from Ada Smies with 18 kills and 6 blocks.   Elise Ritzema chipped in 11 big swings for kills.  KK Vander Werff led us with 35 assists.   Erin Ruis led with 4 aces and a team-leading 22 digs. “  CWC Coach Dan Ten Napel

 

Rio 3 Fall River 1

Rio 18 25 25 25

FR  25 21 18 22

Rio Stat Leaders:

Kills – Anna Benisch 15, Emily Loging 13

Aces – Emily Loging 2

Assists – Vivian Hoene 35

Digs – Kayla Staveness 27, Emily Loging 21, Anny Benisch 19, Vivian Hoene 19

 

“ We knew Fall River would be a good test tonight.  They have been playing some great volleyball.  We struggled staying clean in the first set, and had too many unforced errors and put us in a hole we couldn’t get out.  In the second set we really started meshing better and I thought our attackers improved their attack locations getting Fall River out of system more.  Emily Loging had a great night attacking and played fantastic for us.  She’s starting to see the ball well.  Anna Benisch did a nice job of ramping up her  play throughout the night, leading us with 15 kills.  We had some great balance defensively with 5 players over 10 digs tonight.  With that and improved communication it worked in our favor tonight.” – Rio Coach JC Madorin