Prep soccer: Warriors get past CD/United; L-Cats defeat HD United

October 4, 2018

LAKE MILLS — Three different scorers struck in the first half as Lakeside Lutheran defeated Cambridge/Deerfield United in a Capitol Conference boys soccer match on Tuesday.

Cambridge/Deerfield (5-6-3, 3-4 in conference) got on the board first on Dawson Harrison’s unassisted goal three minutes into the contest.

Lakeside Lutheran (6-6, 4-3) responded with three first half goals and that was enough to win.

Chris Schwantes scored off an assist from Josh Lindert at the 15-minute mark. Jack Milbrath gave the Warriors a 2-1 lead in the 29th minute, scoring off an assist from Carter Roekle. Kyle Main’s insurance goal at 37 minutes with an assist from Dinesh Tadepalli proved to the game-winner.

Kobe Kravik slotted home a penalty kick for C/D United at 59 minutes, but the host Warriors held on from there.

Lakeside keeper William Bushie finished with 15 saves.

“A quick goal by CDU woke us up and we matched their aggressive attack with one of our own,” Lakeside Lutheran boys soccer coach Clark Schultz said. “The guys had a bend but don’t break mentality and our hustle did not let up. I am proud of the team and how we kept up the pressure all game.”

Lakeside Lutheran hosts Hustisford/Dodgeland United on Thursday at 5 p.m.



C/D United 1 1 — 2

Lakeside 3 0 — 3

C/D — Harrison 3:00

LL — Schwantes (Lindert) 15:00

LL — Milbrath (Roekle) 29:00

LL — Main (Tadepalli) 37:00

C/D — Kravik 59:00

Shots: C/D 17, LL 12

Saves: C/D (Bohn) 9, LL (Bushie) 15



JUNEAU — John Wilke and Isaac Lambert each scored two goals for Lake Mills in a 5-1 win over Hustisford/Dodgeland in a Capitol Conference boys soccer match on Tuesday at Wild Goose Park.

Noah Mock also scored for the L-Cats. Jerry Guardado provided three assists.

Nichols Blome scored the lone goal for H/D United, converting a penalty kick at the 78-minute mark.

“The field was dry enough for us to play a good game against a pretty strong program that Lake Mills has going,” H/D United boys soccer coach Scott Blome said.

“If we could ever get a game that all my players are healthy and not injured, we would be able to play a more competitive game. We did have several great opportunities to get the game closer than the score shows but just couldn’t get that last great touch on the ball.”

On Thursday, Lake Mills (7-3-2, 4-2 in conference) takes on Cambridge/Deerfield United in Cambridge while H/D United (3-12, 1-6) travels to face Lakeside Lutheran.



Lake Mills 3 2 — 5

H/D United 0 1 — 1

LM — Wilke (Guardado) 1:00

LM — Mock (Guardado) 3:00

LM — Lambert 25:00

LM — Lambert 53:00

H/D — Blome 78:00

LM — Wilke (Guardado) 84:00

Shots: LM 8, H/D 15

Saves: LM (Dean) 10, H/D (Held) 5

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