Now that’s how you get another winning streak started.
One game after the St. Joseph girls soccer team saw a seven-game streak come to an end, the Lancers started a new one Monday afternoon in resounding fashion with an 8-0 victory over Greendale Martin Luther at Carthage.
The win improved the Lancers, ranked No. 1 in Division-4 by WisSports.net, to 8-3 and 3-0 in the Metro Classic Conference.
St. Joseph took a 2-0 lead in the first half before it broke things open with six goals in the second. Marti Harrington and Maggie Del Fava each scored three goals to lead the offense, while Elizabeth Alia had two assists.
Coach Gino Alia said defensive leaders were Josephine Knight and Savannah Reed.
Shoreland Lutheran 4,
WB Dominican 0
In an MCC game played at Uihlein Soccer Park, the Pacers got goals from Lauren Adams, Lauren Heathcock, Aminah Diagne and Yasmine Van De Water to improve to 5-5-1 overall.
Senior goalie Kayla Pagel earned the shutout.
Track and field
The Indian Trail and Bradford boys and girls teams combined for a number of top finishes at Saturday’s meet in Hartland.
Leading the way was Bradford’s Ethan King, who was second in the 400 (49.72) and fourth in the 200 (22.62).
The other top individual finish came from Indian Trail’s Alex Jarvis, who was third in the triple jump (43-1). Jarvis also was ninth in the long jump (20-2).
Also placing in the top five were the Indian Trail girls 800-meter relay team, third (1:45.67); the Indian Trail girls 400-meter relay team (49.87); the Bradford boys 1,600-meter relay team, fourth (3:28.19); Indian Trail’s Alicia Jones, fourth in the triple jump (35-63/4); and Indian Trail’s Will Mortimer, fourth in the triple jump (42-71/4).
Other top local efforts were recorded by the Indian Trail boys 400-relay team, sixth (43.94); the Indian Trail boys 3,200-relay team, seventh (8:50.91); Indian Trail’s Molly Balch, seventh in the 1,600 (5:27.41); Indian Trail’s Simone Carmickle, seventh in the 200 (26.38); Bradford’s Madelyne Rossmann, eighth in the 100-hurdles (15.74) and ninth in the 300-hurdles (47.67); Indian Trail’s Alex Jarvis, eighth in the 300-hurdles (42.75); Bradford’s Jacob Marker, eighth in the 800 (1:59.29); Bradford’s Garrett Olson, ninth in the 1,600 (4:30.1); Indian Trail’s Joseph White, ninth in the shot put (47-101/2); and the Indian Trail girls 3,200-relay team, 10th (10:37.25).
The Indian Trail girls finished 14th with 20 points, while Bradford was 28th with one point. Milwaukee King won the team title with 74 points.
On the boys’ side, Bradford was 15th with 19 points, and Indian Trail was tied for 16th with 18 points. Middleton was first with 83.5 points.