Crandall sparks Janesville Craig
The teams scored two goals apiece in the first half. Monica Speth score both of the Cougars’ goals with assists from Crandall and Kayleah Wright, respectively.
“We thought we could beat them by more than we did,” Craig coach Bill McCabe said. “I don’t know what distracted us, but we buckled down to play better soccer in the second half.”
Craig is 3-2 in the Big Eight and 7-4-3 overall.
The Cougars host Madison Memorial at 7 p.m. Thursday.
CRAIG 3, LA FOLLETTE 2
Janesville Craig 2 1—3
Madison La Follette 2 0—2
ML—Jenna Smith, 6:00; HJC—Monica Speth (Kristi Crandall), 17:39; JC—Speth (Kayleah Wright), 25:00; ML—Smith, 36:08.
JC—Crandall (Kate Heaps), 73:20.
Saves—Maddie Schroeder (JC) 4, Madeline Westberg (ML) 8.
-- West 7, Parker 0—The Regents scored four times in the first half in pulling away for the Big Eight win.
Parker, 0-5 in the conference, got 29 saves from goalkeeper Brianna Washington.
“I know the score was 7-0, but I was happy with the way we played,” Parker coach Amy Wargowsky said. “We’re starting to click a little bit better.”
Parker plays at Verona on Thursday.
WEST 7, PARKER 0
Madison West 4 3—7
Janesville Parker 0 0—0
W—Sofie Grutzner (Mo Spear). W—Rose Brown. W—Maki Shuchek (Spear). W—Jackie Laitsch.
W—Christina Yin (Elise Brown). W—Josie Kersten. W—Mika Miyamota.
Saves—West 0, Brianna Washington (P) 29.
Last updated: 8:40 pm Thursday, December 13, 2012