Tigers rebound well with lopsided BEC win


TRAVIS EILERS (left) of Howards Grove and Nathan Wachs, Random Lake, battle for possession in Thursday’s BEC soccer match. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley TRAVIS EILERS (left) of Howards Grove and Nathan Wachs, Random Lake, battle for possession in Thursday’s BEC soccer match. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley Sophomores Will Rautmann and Mitchell McDaniel scored two goals each to spark the Howards Grove Tigers to a 6-2 thumping of Random Lake in a boys soccer match Thursday afternoon at HG.

The Tigers upped their Big East Conference record to 2-1-1 (2-1-1 overall). HG bounced back from a 5-0 loss at Oostburg Tuesday night.

The Rams dropped to 1-2-1 in the BEC (1-3-1 overall).

The Rams grabbed a 1-0 lead only 45 seconds into the match on a goal by Nicholas Lunde. HG responded with four straight goals to take a 4-1 halftime lead. Noah Fischer kicked the Tigers’ first goal, followed by one from Mc- Daniel and two in a row by Rautmann.

Jack Baldwin and McDaniel added one goal each in the second half to built HG’s lead to 6-2.

Peter Grimm and Rautmann had one assist each for HG.

“Overall, I thought we played very well tonight,” said Tiger head coach Bob Peterson.

“We really spaced the field well and are starting to pass the ball better on both sides of the field. Our defense really stepped up again and kept the ball on our [offensive] side of the field a majority of the game.

“Our team always plays hard and is constantly getting better every time they step on the field,” said Peterson.

“I thought Will Rautmann really stepped up tonight and was very active around the goal getting shots or distributing balls to open teammates. McDaniel and Blake Pedrin also were very aggressive around the goal.”

Nicholas Lunde scored the Rams’ other goal.

HG-OOSBTURG MATCH

The Flying Dutchmen hiked their BEC record to 3-0 with their win over HG. Christian Graves and Derrick TenDolle tallied two goals each to key Oostburg’s attack. Joe Minneci also scored.

Both teams had 16 shots on goal. HG was without its starting goalie Austin Bender due to an injury sustained in the Kohler match Sept. 1.

“Oostburg is a very good team and I thought we played very tough against them,” said Peterson.


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