Tigers cruise to pair of conference wins


CARSON TESKE of Howards Grove kicks the ball as a Cedar Grove player closes in during Tuesday’s soccer game. – Photo by Nate Dehne CARSON TESKE of Howards Grove kicks the ball as a Cedar Grove player closes in during Tuesday’s soccer game. – Photo by Nate Dehne The Howards Grove boys soccer team notched two impressive wins on the road last week to up its second-place Big East Conference record to 7-1 (9-4-1 overall).

On Thursday afternoon, the Tigers rolled past St. Mary Catholic (Neenah), 6-1. On Tuesday afternoon, HGHS routed Cedar Grove-Belgium, 6-1.

Senior midfielder Derrick Grimm scored two goals to lead the Tigers’ attack versus St. Mary. Devin Gallenberger, Jeremy Berglund, Jack Baldwin and Will Rautmann added one goal each.

Gallenberger paced HGHS in assists with two. Peter Grimm, Berglund and Bryce Pedrin had one apiece.

The Tigers, who led 4-1 at halftime, held a decisive ad- vantage in shots on goal at 15- 2. HGHS goalies Hunter Voss and Aaron Korpi made one save each.

“The boys took care of business tonight by keeping pressure and possession throughout the game,” said Tiger head coach Kasey Smith.

“Devin Gallenberger contin ues to score and get assists. He is a great passer and can find guys on the run. We pushed an extra player forward – Jeremy Berglund – and he almost immediately created more opportunities for shots on goal.”

Jordan Lacey kicked the Zephyrs’ goal. Saint Mary dropped to 1-7 in the Big East (2-9 overall).

CEDAR GROVE MATCH

Gallenberger and Derrick Grimm tallied two goals each to spark the Tigers’ offense against the Rockets. Berglund and Peter Grimm scored one each.

Berglund, Gallenberger, Carson Teske and Rautmann contributed one assist for HGHS which led 3-0 at halftime.

HGHS dominated the shots on goal with a 21-4 edge. Voss was credited with three saves.


MASON STAUSS of Howards Grove attempts to win the ball from two Cedar Grove players in Tuesday’s soccer match. – Photo by Nate Dehne MASON STAUSS of Howards Grove attempts to win the ball from two Cedar Grove players in Tuesday’s soccer match. – Photo by Nate Dehne “Jeremy Berglund sparked our offense a little when we pushed him up to forward. We had control throughout the game but we needed to find shots from outside with as many people as they had behind the ball,” said Smith.

The Rockets fell to 0-7 in league play (0-10 overall).


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