2018 Girls Varsity Soccer – Est. 1993 – 26 years

///2018 Girls Varsity Soccer – Est. 1993 – 26 years

2018 Girls Varsity Soccer – Est. 1993 – 26 years

Go to link below for complete FVA FDL Girls Soccer  – Stats & Standings

http://www.fvasports.net/page/show/1251343-girls-soccer

  2018 Girls Varsity Roster
No. Name / Grade Position
1 Kirsten Colton    11 GK
2 Olivia Mockert    12 D
3 Shea-Lynn Gerred  11 M / F
4 Morgan Ruelle      12 M / F
5 Esther Schorse    12 M / F
6 Abigail (Abby) Larson  10 M / F
7 Emily Wood         12 D / M
8 Monica Nehls        9 D
9 Katerina (Kat) Newman   11 M
10 Krimzon Cleveland       10 M
11 Madison Owens         11 D
12 Sarah Luckow     9 M
13 Abigail (Abby) Ciha   10 D / M
14 Jaydin Romalia     11 M / F
15 Hannah Hughes       9 M / F
16 Allison (Allie) Schnell   10 M
17 Brooke Hubbard      12 M
18 / 0 Elyssa Bellin       10 GK / M
19 Emily Warntjes    9 M
20 Gabriella (Gabi) Goldstein   10 D / M
21 Allison Riley       9 D / F
22 Alicyn Orlando     10 D
Head Coach:  Brandon Petersen
Varsity Asst:  Alex O’Connor
JV Coach: Jessica Ruch
JV Coach: Dru Mitchell
GK Coach: Alyssa Jones
Managers: Cassie Schmidt, Blake Czyzewski, Evan Schwalbach, Mario Martinez

FVA Record   2 – 7

Overall Record  5 – 13 – 1

2018 Girls Soccer Schedule
      0 – 7 Away vs. Sheboygan North
      3 – 1 Away vs. Milwaukee King H.S
      0 – 6 Away vs Grafton
      0 – 1                                                                                           Kenosha Tremper
       0 – 4 Away vs. Oshkosh West
      0 – 1                                                                                          Away vs Cedarburg
       0 – 3 Away vs. Oshkosh North
       2 – 1 Hortonville
        1 – 6 Away vs. Neenah
       0 – 4 River Falls Away vs. UW – Eau Claire
      2 – 0 Eau Claire North Away vs. UW – Eau Claire
     2 – 3 Appleton North
      2 – 6 Away vs. Appleton West
      1 – 1                                                                                             NFDL/Laconia/Oakfield
     0 – 8 Kimberly
      1 – 4 Away vs. Appleton East
     4 – 0 Winnebago Lutheran Academy
     6 – 2                                                                                                Kaukauna
     0 – 10 Away vs Neenah

Go to link below for complete 2017-18 FVA Girls Soccer All Conference selections

https://cdn2.sportngin.com/attachments/document/2d6a-1570463/gsoc2018.pdf

1st Team 

Shea-Lynn Gerred    11    Forward

Honrable Mention

Abigail Larson    10     Midfield

Olivia Mockert   12   Defender

Girls Soccer 1 – 1 @ UW-Eau Claire Spring Classic

Go to link below for complete FVA FDL Girls Soccer  – Stats & Standings

http://www.fvasports.net/page/show/1251343-girls-soccer

EAU CLAIRE – Fond du Lac lost to River Falls 4-0 on Saturday after beating Eau Claire North 2-0 on Friday.

In Friday’s win, Shea-Lynn Gerred scored both goals for Fond du Lac. Brooke Hubbard and Alicyn Orlando had assists.

Kirsten Colton made three saves in goal in Friday’s win and made seven saves in Saturday’s loss.

FOND DU LAC 2   HORTONVILLE 1

FOND DU LAC – Shea-Lynn Gerred scored in the 68th minute to give Fond du Lac the lead and the Cardinals held on for the win.

Morgan Ruelle scored in the 43rd minute for the Cardinals to tie the game at 1-1.

Hortonville 1 0 – 1

Fond du Lac 1 1 – 2

Goals: McKenna Gervais H pk 27:00; Morgan Ruelle FDL 43:00; Shea-Lynn Gerred FDL (Allison Schnell) 68:00. Saves: Kirsten Colton FDL 3, Lauren Mertz H 10.

Oshkosh North 3 Fond du Lac  0

Both first half goals came at perfect times for Oshkosh North on Tuesday night as the Spartans claimed a 3-0 win over Fond du Lac on J.J. Keller Field at Titan Stadium as the Cardinals were shutout for the second straight night in Oshkosh.

Oshkosh North (1-1 in the FVA) was coming off two straight shutout losses and were dealing with an energetic Fond du Lac squad at the start when the Spartans were able to seize the momentum with an early goal.

North carried the 1-0 lead throughout the first half and looked to be taking that advantage into intermission. But before the halftime horn could sound, the Spartans added another key goal. Valdez lofted a corner kick into the penalty area that eventually found its way to Elle Lieder. Lieder poked the ball toward the goal but it was saved off the goal line by a Cardinal defender.

The rebound, though, came right to Ruby Salbego who buried a rising shot into the net with just 23 seconds left in the first half to give North a 2-0 cushion at intermission.

“After Alyssa’s goal early in the game we sort of lost some energy so it was important that we got that goal before half and go in strong the second half,” Salbego said. “I think it was really important. (A goal before halftime) really changes the game.”

Most of the second half was a stalemate in the midfield as neither team generated many scoring chances.

Fond du Lac did a better job of containing Oshkosh North’s attackers and limited the through balls the Spartans attempted. That resulted in some better scoring opportunities, but the Cardinals – who suffered a 4-0 shutout loss to Oshkosh West at the same venue on Monday – struggled to put shots on goal when they had the chances.

“Being inside the gym the last two weeks doesn’t do a whole lot for the attacking side, it’s always the last thing to come together each year,” Peterson said. “We got that response in the second half defensively, same thing as (Monday) night. When we go over the defensive side at halftime, they do a real good job of processing that and getting it going.”

But with Fond du Lac pressing the issue a bit more over the final 20 minutes, Oshkosh North got another goal from Salbego – this one coming with less than five minutes left – that all but secured the win.

Fond du Lac 0 0 – 0

Oshkosh North 2 1 – 3

First half: ON – Alyssa Valdez, 6:10. ON – Ruby Salbego, 44:37.

Second half: ON – Salbego, 85:43.

Saves: FDL (Kirsten Colton) 10, ON (Megan Leverance) 3.

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