Boys soccer: Krenke leads Lakeside; Heine rallies Eagles; H/D falls

September 16, 2018 GMT

LAKE MILLS — Nathan Krenke scored twice and set up another goal in Lakeside Lutheran’s 6-2 Capitol boys soccer win over visiting Wisconsin Dells Thursday.

“Today we played some good team ball and were unselfish in our play with guys looking for teammates to score,” Lakeside coach Clark Schultz said. “We were happy to see our three freshmen get balls to hit the back of the net.”

Kyle Main set up Krenke in the fifth minute for his first strike and Luke Martin doubled the lead in the 12th minute. After the guests pulled even on pair of Will Van Dinter goals, Krenke scored with the help of Josh Lindert in the 43rd minute to put the Warriors ahead for good.

Krenke set up Main for a goal in the 68th minute before Jack Milbrath and Lindert scored a minute apart with assists to Main and Sean Healy. Will Bushie made eight saves in goal for the hosts.

“Will played a more aggressive game and the score showed it,” Schultz said.

Lakeside visits Martin Luther Saturday.



Wis. Dells 2 0 — 2

Lakeside Luth. 3 3 — 6

LL — Krenke (Main) 5:00

LL — Martin 12:00

WD — Van Dinter (Garcia) 20:00

WD — Van Dinter 35:00

LL — Krenke (Lindert) 43:00

LL — Main (Krenke) 68:00

LL — Milbrath (Healy) 80:00

LL — Lindert (Main) 81:00

Saves: WD (Fish) 11, LL (Bushie) 8.



EDGERTON — Jefferson rallied behind Aaron Heine’s natural hat trick in the second half of Thursday’s 3-2 Rock Valley boys soccer win at Edgerton.

Ismael Diaz struck for the hosts in the 17th and 29th minutes off of set pieces to give the hosts a 2-0 halftime lead. Anthony Riedl set up the first Heine goal in the 49th minute.

Elijah Tackman assisted on Heine’s equalizer in the 57th minute and his winner with 4:15 to play. David Saldana made three saves in goal for the Eagles.

“We started tonight against Edgerton very slow again,” Jefferson coach Samuel El-Beri said. “We started our attacks from the wings and that paid off.

“I was very proud of the boys the way they kept fighting and never gave up. “We can’t have a slow start like tonight when we play Monday against McFarland.”

Jefferson hosts the Spartans Monday evening with a 6:45 start.



Jefferson 0 3 — 3

Edgerton 2 0 — 2

E — Diaz 16:36

E — Diaz 28:15

J — Heine (Riedl) 48:20

J — Heine (Tackman) 56:18

J — Heine (Tackman) 85:45

Saves: J (Saldana) 3, E (Tronnes) 15.



MADISON — Alexander Peek scored two goals for Madison Tri-Op, which scored four first half goals and held on for a 4-3 win over Hustisford/Dodgeland United in a boys soccer match on Thursday.

“We had a very high energy game tonight filled with some great plays and passing but just fell short of the win,” HD United boys soccer coach Scott Blome said.

“We just couldn’t get that last goal tonight but with all the hustle from my players in tonight’s game, that was the bigger win. This was another great game for these boys.”

HD’s first goal was on a corner kick from Blake Olsen to Ryan Knoke, who was sitting on the back side just waiting to kick that right in.

The second goal was from the goalie Brady Held to Nicholas Blome with a good flick to go to the goal.

Blome scored the team’s third Goal on a free kick that went into the far upper corner of the goal at the 85-minute mark.



H/D United 2 1 — 3

Madison Tri-Op 4 0 — 4

M — Peek 6:00

M — Donoso 17:00

M — Maier 19:00

HD — Knoke (Olsen) 29:00

HD — Blome (Held) 40:00

M — Peek 41:00

HD — Blome 85:00

Shots: HD 12, Madison Tri-op 14

Saves: HD (Held) 10, M (Young) 14