LAKE MILLS — The Lake Mills boys soccer team defeated visiting Lakeside Lutheran 9-1 in a Capitol Conference match on Tuesday.

John Wilke, Drew Stoddard and Brayden Ciesiolka each had two-goal performances for the L-Cats.

Lake Mills had 18 shots on goal to Lakeside’s one.

Warrior keeper Calvin Geerdts stopped nine shots.

“The Lakeside Lutheran Warriors were unable to connect passes or get the offense going against a solid Lake Mills squad,” Lakeside Lutheran boys soccer coach Eric Dorn said.

The Warriors play a Capitol Conference match at Hustisford/Dodgeland Thursday at 4:30 p.m. at Wild Goose Park in Juneau.

Lake Mills plays a conference match at Luther Prep on Friday at 4 p.m. The game is at Grinwald Park.



Warriors 0 1 — 1

L-Cats 4 5 — 9

First half — LM Toepfer, 9’; LM Stoddard, 30’; LM Brayden Ciesiolka (Stoddard) 36’.

Second half — LM Ciesiolka (Wilke), 50’; LM Mock, 69’; LM Stoddard, 70’; LM Wilke, 70’; LM Wilke, 72’; LL Schuetz (Eckhardt), 81’.

Cambridge/Deerfield 1, Wisconsin Dells 1

Brandon Her was assisted by Nicholas Wilfong to score the only goal of the night for Cambridge/Deerfield United as they played to a 1-1 draw with Wisconsin Dells at Cambridge High School on Tuesday.

Her scored 29 minutes, 26 seconds into the first half. The 1-0 lead held up until Max Diaz scored with four seconds remaining in the 86th minute.

Carson Galla made five saves for CDU and United put eight shots on the Wisconsin Dells goal.

Cambridge/Deerfield will continue its season against Belleville/New Glarus (Sugar River) on Monday, October 14 at Cambridge High School.

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