The Janesville Craig girls soccer program would have had 15 seniors on the roster this spring, many of whom began playing together in elementary school.
Baleigh Pajerski wore many hats at Janesville Parker, including valedictorian, seven-time letterwinner and weight room leader. She will play soccer at St. Norbert.
Janesville Craig senior Hannah Dunlavy was the Cougars' last line of defense on the soccer pitch as the team's center back. Her ability to shut down opposing offenses helped her land a spot playing for Division II Winona State in college.
Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers extended the safer-at-home order to May 26 and closed all schools for the rest of the academic year Thursday, likely putting an end to the spring high school sports season.
Janesville Craig senior defender Hannah Dunlavy signed a letter of intent Monday to play Division II soccer at Winona State.
The Panthers (18-0-2) won the shootout 4-1, clinching their second state title and an unbeaten season.
Janesville Craig juniors Hallie King and Brooke Parkhurst earned first-team all-Big Eight Conference honors in girls soccer.
A recap of regional final girls soccer matches Saturday, June 1, including Monona Grove's 7-0 win over the visiting Red Hawks
Megan Christens and Breana Sendelbach scored two goals each Thursday to lead Evansville High’s girls soccer team to a 7-0 win over Melrose-Mindoro in a WIAA Division 3 regional semifinal game.
A roundup of regional girls soccer games for Tuesday, May 28, 2019.
Senior Quinlan Thompson scored in traffic less than four minutes into overtime, leading 10th-seeded Madison West to a 2-1 victory over seventh-seeded Craig in a WIAA Division 1 regional semifinal match.
Craig showed toughness in a draw with Middleton, and Mia Clarquist scored again in Parker's loss to Fort Atkinson
The Cougars used a second-half burst to secure a 4-2 nonconference victory over visiting Watertown.
Eva Hurley scored three goals to lead the Madison West girls soccer team to a 6-0 Big Eight Conference win over host Janesville Parker on Friday.
Parker remains winless in Big Eight following Thursday's loss
Junior Nora Erlandson scored twice in the opening 21 minutes, and Memorial blanked Craig 3-0 on Thursday in a Big Eight Conference match.
Savanna Dare and Hannah Loertscher each scored to back Maia Rowekamp's clean sheet as the Cougars defeated visiting Madison West 2-0 on Tuesday to pull out of a recent funk.
Seven players scored for Madison East (3-6-2, 3-3-1 Big Eight), led by Angelina Perez's hat trick.
The Big Foot/Williams Bay captain has piled up 65 goals and counting over her four-year varsity career.
Angelina Perez scored in the 13th minute as seventh-place Madison East stunned the second-place Cougars 1-0 at Breese Stevens Field.
Second-place Craig is one of five teams within striking distance of league-leading Sun Prairie as the Big Eight season enters its final two weeks.
There was no buzzer to sound, and the final clock read 90:01, Craig coach Bill McCabe said, but the referee allowed a last-second goal off a free kick to give Oconomowoc a 2-1 nonconference victory.
Janesville Craig scored twice in the opening 14 minutes, and the Cougars shut out Madison La Follette 5-0 in Big Eight Conference girls soccer
Abby Eftemoff scored a pair of first-half goals, and Evansville withstood waves of attacks to earn a 2-1 Rock Valley Conference girls soccer win Friday at Williams Bay High School.
Craig's girls soccer team lost 1-0 to Sun Prairie, while Parker lost 7-2 at Madison La Follette on Thursday.
The Vikings suffered a 4-0 loss to host Sun Prairie. But that result was a dramatic improvement on last season's meeting between the two teams--a 13-0 rout for the Cardinals.
The junior's fifth goal of the season helped the Cougars avoid a scoreless draw and stay unbeaten in league play.
Junior Hannah Loertscher recorded her second career hat trick, while Hannah Dunlavy, Greta Hanthorn and Gracie Weston each scored their first goals of the season as the Cougars (5-2-0, 2-0-0 Big Eight) rebounded from last week's loss to Oregon.
Oconomowoc scored seven goals in the first half hour and coasted to a 9-0 nonconference girls soccer win over Janesville Parker on Friday.
Jenna Prah scored four goals to lead Whitewater to a 6-0 victory over visiting Janesville Parker in a nonconference girls soccer match Tuesday afternoon.
The Panthers scored a pair of goals in each half and held the visiting Cougars to a single shot on goal in a 4-0 win.
Evansville scored three goals in the opening 17 minutes Monday night on the way to a 7-0 nonconference victory. Lily Michel and Abby Eftemoff each had first-half goals for the Blue Devils.
Junior Savanna Dare's goal with less than nine minutes remaining Saturday ensured a third consecutive victory as Craig beat visiting Kenosha Tremper 1-0.
Alexis Betker scored four goals for the Panthers against Janesville Parker
Savanna Dare scored two goals Wednesday night to lead Janesville Craig's girls soccer team to a 4-1 nonconference win over Lake Geneva Badger.
Brooke Parkhurst scored two of the Cougars' first-half goals and assisted on the other, helping the team to a 3-1 victory over Neenah at a high school girls soccer tournament at UW-La Crosse.
Janesville Parker and Lake Mills played to a scoreless draw Friday night in nonconference girls soccer.
The Cougars (1-1-0) started slowly, conceding goals to Maddie Simpson and Sarah Lorge in the first 17 minutes, and could not break down the Evergreens and keeper Sonya Budleski, who made eight saves.
Hallie King scored four goals and Claudia Fieiras, Hannah Loertscher and Sarah Gregg each scored as the Cougars beat the Vikings 7-0 to open the high school girls soccer season Tuesday night.
A deep and talented junior class forms the core of the Cougars' lineup. Parker has more players out this season, plus looks at the Rock Valley, Badger South and Southern Lakes conferences.
Fourteen players from Janesville Craig's girls soccer team traveled to Chicago last week to help be demonstrators during a breakout session at the United Soccer Coaches Convention.
A roundup of championship Saturday at the WIAA state girls soccer tournament.
Kettle Moraine senior Blair Cruikshank's hard shot off the post with just less than four minutes left in the second overtime sent the Lasers past the Cougars and into the WIAA Division 1 state tournament in Milwaukee later this week.
Janesville Craig's girls soccer team is one victory away from returning to the state tournament for the first time since 2000, thanks in part to two sophomore goal keepers--Maia Rowekamp and Abbey Schrader--who share duties.