The Indian Trail girls soccer team dominated a non-conference match at Jaskwhich Stadium on Saturday, out-shooting Greenfield, 21-0, in a 3-0 shutout victory.
The Hawks (10-8-1) scored in the third minute when Meghan Parmentier headed in an Amara Thompkins corner kick, again in the 25th when Kate Clady converted a through ball from Parmentier and finally in the 71st when Anna Genz assisted Carissa Kiehl’s goal.
Carly Nieman posted the shutout in net behind strong play from the back line and midfield.
“We controlled the game today, possessing the ball and getting great scoring opportunities,” Indian Trail coach Drew Baker said. “... I couldn’t be happier for how my girls played as a whole. They did many of the little things correct, and that is all we can ask for.”
Southern Lakes Conference Match Play
Central’s Paul Lynch finished in second place individually, while the Falcons tied for second as a team, in the seven-team event at Brighton Dale Links.
Lynch and Union Grove’s Connor Brown each posted a 4-0 match-play record to face each other in the five-hole championship match. Brown defeated Lynch, 1 up, to claim the individual title.
Central’s top four golfers accumulated 10 overall wins, with Lynch going 4-1, Will Cavener finishing 3-1, Trent Stueber finishing 2-2 and Bryce Drier going 1-3.
Union Grove had 13 total wins to place first as a team, Elkhorn notched 10 to tie for second with Central and Wilmot placed sixth with seven victories.
For the Panthers, Devin Spath was 3-1, Jaret Ketterhagen went 2-2 and Evan Hahn and Zach Vacala both went 1-3.
Shoreland Lutheran 11, Milwaukee King 7
Milwaukee King 6, Shoreland Lutheran 3
The host Pacers split a non-conference doubleheader at Carthage’s Augie Schmidt Field.
Shoreland roared back from 7-0 deficit in the opener, scoring three runs in the bottom of the third, one in the fifth and seven in the sixth to break it open.
Ivan Schimanski (double, run, two RBI), Joe Marquardt (two runs, RBI), Kyle Roslowski (run) and Taylor Johnson (run, RBI) each had two hits for the Pacers, while Josh Edmundson drove in three runs.
Roslowski got the win in relief, allowing one run (unearned) on two hits with a walk and a strikeout in three innings.
King got out to a 6-0 lead in the second game, and this time Shoreland couldn’t come back.
Schimanski went 2-for-4 with a double and a run from the leadoff spot. Marquardt took the loss, allowing six runs (three earned) on 10 hits with no walks and a strikeout in four innings.
The Pacers committed four errors in the second game.