Grafton soccer holds its own

The Grafton High School girls’ soccer team forged a 2-2 draw against West Bend East/West last Thursday, despite its opponent having double the number of players in the program.

Elizabeth Sewert scored in the third minute on an assist from Sophia Goetz, tucking the ball into the far corner.

Down, 2-1, late in the game, senior Katie Stockhausen scored to tie it up.

“Katie had her best game of the season out wide,” coach Greg Springman said.

He also praised keeper Arden Riddle, who won a one-on-one battle when the game was tied at 1.

Sophomore Allison Viesselmann has also been playing well, Springman said.

The Black Hawks on May 10 lost at Nicolet, 4-0.

“Overall, we did a pretty decent job just trying to keep them in front of us,” Springman said.

Grafton, 0-4-3 in the North Shore Conference, hosted Slinger on Tuesday, plays at Homestead on Thursday, New Berlin Eisenhower on Monday, May 23, and hosts Sheboygan Lutheran/Christian on Tuesday, May 24.

Port lost, 7-0, at Whitefish Bay on May 10, which was better than last year’s 10-0 result.

“We battled very hard through the whole game,” coach Kyle Quintell said.

Port, 0-5-1 in the NSC, hosts West Bend East/West on Friday, Kettle Moraine Lutheran on Saturday and plays at Hartford on Tuesday, May 24.



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