Janesville Craig soccer falls to West
The loss drops Craig to 1-5-1 in the Big Eight and 5-7-3 overall.
Megan Lindgren scored at 12:40 of the first half to put Craig up, 1-0. West bounced back with four goals in an eight-minute span for a 4-1 first-half lead.
“We just had a letdown,” Craig coach Bill McCabe said. “We couldn’t shake it out.’’
Craig will travel to No. 8 ranked Verona at 4:45 p.m. Thursday.
WEST 5, CRAIG 1
Madison West 4 1—5
Craig 1 0—1
JC—Megan Lindgren (Chelsey Sheedy), 12:40. NMW—Hanna Staiger (Liz Pretto), 18:52. MW—Jenni Mohoney (Staiger), 27:57. MW—Kaylee Heller (penalty kick), 30:23. MW—Pretto (Izzi Speer), 36:45.
MW—Nora Cullen (Staiger), 62:05.
Saves—Leah Harari (MW) 3, Olivia McNulty (JC) 5, Dani Schurhammer (JC) 1.
n Memorial 3, Parker 0—The Vikings went up against first-place Madison Memorial and held the state-ranked Spartans to three goals.
“I was actually really happy with the way the team played,” Parker coach Amy Warkowsky said. “We knew going up there that they were going to be tough. The girls really stepped it up and defensively played really well to hold them to three goals.”
Parker keeper Sam Anacker made 23 saves.
“She was a busy girl,” Wargowsky said. “A couple of her saves were just amazing.”
The Vikings, 2-5 in the Big Eight, finish their conference schedule with a home game against Middleton on Thursday night.
MEMORIAL 3, PARKER 0
Janesville Parker 0 0—0
Madison Memorial 2 1—3
MM—Hannah Rather (Ingrid Green), 7:59. MM—Jennifer Kaderabek (Maya Borje, Lindsay Schultz), 19:00.
MM—Kaderabek (McKenna Meuer), 64:27.
Saves—Sam Anacker (JP) 23, Katy Pilarzyk (MM) 0.