Prep report: Duluth Marshall blanks Hermantown in boys soccerZach Isaacson scored two goals to lead Duluth Marshall’s resounding 5-0 win over Hermantown in a high school boys soccer game Thursday at Marshall.
By: News Tribune staff, Duluth News Tribune
Zach Isaacson scored two goals to lead Duluth Marshall’s resounding 5-0 win over Hermantown in a high school boys soccer game Thursday at Marshall.
John Fox, Matthew Klassen and Kyle Jones also scored for the Hilltoppers (11-3-1, 8-0), who had clinched the Lake Superior Conference title Tuesday.
Cloquet-Esko-Carlton 7, Proctor 1
Landen Straub scored his 19th and 20th goals of the season and the visiting Lumberjacks (10-3-2, 5-2-1) cruised to the LSC victory.
Grand Rapids 1, Duluth Denfeld 0
Tyler DeHut’s 62nd-minute penalty kick was the only score and goalkeeper Brice Becker made seven saves in the Thunderhawks’ win at Public Schools Stadium.
Duluth Denfeld 7, Grand Rapids 0
Sarah Langlee netted two goals in the first half and Emily DesMarais, who assisted on Langlee’s goals, scored two herself in the second half of the nonconference rout at Grand Rapids.
Megan Lazzaro stopped all seven shots she faced for the Hunters (9-2-3).
Hermantown 4, Duluth Marshall 0
Melissa Madison scored off a corner kick and assisted on Samantha Hanson’s goal, and Courtney Simmons recorded eight saves in the Hawks’ LSC shutout at home.
Esko-Carlton 2, Cloquet 0
Second-half goals by Dallas Cossalter and Caitlin Lilly backed Rachel Ofstie’s 10-save shutout at Cloquet.
Proctor 2, Two Harbors 1
Reilly Fawcett scored in the second minute of double overtime to lift the Rails to the nonconference road victory.
Two Harbors’ Courtney Osbakken sent the game into the extra session with a 78th-minute goal.
Duluth East 3, Superior 1
Elena Lushine had 21 kills and Amanda Stromback totaled 41 set assists as the host Greyhounds ended the Spartans’ eight-match unbeaten run and extended their own winning streak to 12.
East improved to 16-3, while Superior fell to 19-5-1.
Cloquet 3, Ashland 0
Alex Oakes had 25 set assists to surpass 1,000 for her career in the visiting Lumberjacks’ LSC win.
Grand Rapids 3, Duluth Denfeld 1
Jessa Sondergaard’s 15 kills and six blocks keyed the visiting Thunderhawks’ nonconference win.
Hermantown 3, Proctor 0
The visiting Hawks dropped only 16 points in the first two games to set up a winner-take-all showdown against Superior next Tuesday for the LSC title.
Cook County 3, Silver Bay 1
Ashley Deschampe recorded 17 kills and the visiting Vikings overcame a first-game loss to win the Polar League match.
Greenway 3, Eveleth-Gilbert 0
Callie Orazem’s 10 kills propelled the Raiders (17-4) to the sweep of their Iron Range Conference rival.
Goteleare finishes tied for 18th
Superior’s Alison Gotelaere finished tied for 18th place at Wednesday’s Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Division 1 sectional tournament at Forest Hills Golf Course in La Crosse.
Gotelaere shot 95, not good enough to qualify for next week’s state meet.
Grace Onsrud of La Crosse Central/Logan and Halle Hauer of River Falls shared medalist honors with rounds of 82.
River Falls won the team title with a score of 346.