Tremper ends Janesville Parker's soccer season
KENOSHA A tough season ended with a tough assignment for the Janesville Parker girls soccer team on Thursday.
In a cold wind and steady rain at Ameche Field, the 16th-seeded Vikings succumbed to top-seeded Tremper, one of the state’s better teams, 10-0 in a WIAA Division 1 regional semifinal.
The loss dropped Parker to 0-18-1, while Tremper (19-3-1) advances to face eighth-seeded Burlington in Saturday’s regional final.
The Trojans outshot the Vikings, 25-0, for the match. Parker senior goalie Brianna Washington did everything she could, aggressively playing the ball and making several point-blank stops against Tremper’s attack.
“I love ‘Bri,’ and that’s my sadness of today,” Parker coach Amy Wargowsky said. “She’s a senior, so it’s her last game. All season, she’s been by far the best person we’ve put out on the field every game. I’ll be sad to see her go. She’s an amazing goalie.”
Tremper, which got a hat trick from junior forward Maggie Edmark, led 4-0 at halftime before adding six more after the break.
KENOSHA TREMPER 10, JANESVILLE PARKER 0
Parker 0 0—0
Tremper 4 6 –10
KT—Maggie Edmark (6), Tara Larson (7), Lizze Hawbaker (16), Alex Valeri (20).
KT—Edmark (48), Abby Sirocchi (50), Sara Mahoney (52), Madison Munroe (53), Amy Wilson (71), Edmark (73).
Saves—Brianna Washington (JP) 15, Taylor Dwyer (KT) 0, Haley Celebre (KT) 0.