Janesville Parker, Craig collect victories

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Gazette Staff
Friday, April 8, 2011

Janesville Parker earned its first girls soccer victory of the season Thursday.

Sam Witek scored two goals to lead the Vikings to a 3-2 nonconference victory at Lodi.

Witek scored off an assist from Brianna Michios in the second half to break the 2-2 halftime tie.

“It was a very physical game,” said Parker coach Amy Wargowsky. “I’m happy we were putting things together. Our defense is working together as a team.

Besides Witek’s two goals, senior Katie Godding scored an unassisted goal in the first half to put the Vikings ahead, 2-0. Godding dribbled around three Lodi defenders before putting the shot in the goal.

Katie Conroy added an assist, and Emily Richardson made her first start in goal and recorded 14 saves.

Parker (1-2) plays at Elkhorn in a nonconference game Tuesday.


Parker 2 1—3

Lodi 2 0—2

First Half

JP—Sam Witek (Katie Conroy). JP—Katie Godding (unassisted). L—Hunter Noel (Camryn Kellogg). L—Sarah Kuehn (Jonna Ripp).

Second Half

JP—Witek (Brianna Michios).

Saves—Emily Richardson (JP) 14, Olivia Gallagher.

-- Craig 2, Whitewater 1—Chelsea Sheedy helped the Cougars get the 2011 season off to a good start.

Sheedy scored two goals, and the Cougar defense was rock solid in the nonconference opener.

“We moved the ball well and made very few mistakes,” Craig High coach Bill McCabe said. “And the few things we did do wrong are very correctable. It was a good way to start.”

Amanda Hamilton made one save in picking up the win, while Leslie Reyes scored Whitewater’s only goal midway through the second half.


Janesville Craig 1 1—2

Whitewater 0 1—1

First Half

C—Chelsea Sheedy (Sara Ziegler, Mikaela Holzhuter), 3:56.

Second Half

C—Sheedy (Kristi Crandall, Jessica Ryder), 44:41. W—Leslie Reyes (Marisabel Valdez), Leslie Reyes, 54:24.

Saves—Amanda Hamilton (C) 1, Courtney Samuels (W) 14.

Last updated: 5:01 pm Thursday, December 13, 2012

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