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Saturday, October 19, 2019 'A' SOCCER SCORES/STATS

October 19, 2019

 

Saturday, October 19, 2019
BOYS
PLAYOFFS--1ST ROUND--QTRFINAL
FRENCHTOWN 2 COLUMBIA FALLS 2  SO FT 6-5
LAUREL 4 POLSON 0
WHITEFISH V STEVENSVILLE
BILLINGS CENTRAL 1 CORVALLIS 0

 GIRLS

PLAYOFFS--1ST ROUND--QTRFINAL
WHIEFISH 4 LOYOLA 2
BILLINGS CENTRAL 9 POLSON 1
COLUMBIA FALLS 3 STEVENSVILLE 0
LAUREL 4 CORVALLIS 1

 

 GIRLS

Billings Central routs Polson thanks to Zoie Althoff's monster performance

Senior has three goals, two assists in 1st half
Posted: 11:53 AM, Oct 19, 2019

 

Updated: 11:53 AM, Oct 19, 2019

 

BILLINGS — Zoie Althoff made sure Billings Central's girls got off to a fast start Saturday in their State 'A' quarterfinal against Polson.

Althoff had a first-half hat trick and two assists as the Rams jumped out to a 6-1 lead on their way to a 9-1 win at Wendy's Field on the campus of Rocky Mountain College. Althoff played a through ball for Solei Elletson who scored the opening goal in the 4th minute. Elletson doubled the advantage in the 8th minute, before Althoff scored from 25 yards away 18 seconds later to make it 3-0.

Althoff's second assist came on a Morgan Ferestad goal in the 20th minute. Althoff scored two more late in the first half to complete her hat trick and put the game out of reach.

Ferestad, Montana's all-time leading scorer, finished with two goals, while Kellen Wahl added one.

Central will travel to the winner of the Missoula Loyola/Whitefish game in next week's semifinals.

Scoring Plays
CEN
Solei Elletsom (Zoie Althoff)
CEN
Solei Elletsom (Morgan Ferestad)
CEN
Zoie Althoff ()
CEN
Morgan Ferestad (Zoie Althoff)
POL
Sophia Moderie ()
CEN
Zoie Althoff ()
CEN
Zoie Althoff (Alexa Hanser)
CEN
Morgan Ferestad (Molly Molvig)
CEN
Zoie Althoff (Kellan Wahl)
CEN
Kellan Wahl (Molly Molvig)

 

CFALLS 3 STEVI 0

CF GOALS=WINDAUER=2; HEINZ

 CF AST=ROBISON; WINDAUER

Laurel girls use big first half to race past Corvallis

Posted: 11:34 PM, Oct 19, 2019
Updated: 11:55 PM, Oct 19, 2019

CORVALLIS — Laurel's girls started quickly and never looked back as they raced to a 4-1 victory over Corvallis on the road in the Class A soccer quarterfinals on Saturday.

Mya Maack got the game started with a goal in the 18th minute but Maria Hickey answered in the 19th for Corvallis to make it 1-1. From there, the Locomotives flexed their muscles, as Maack scored her second goal in the 23rd minute and away Laurel went.

Kadee Grammar put Laurel up 3-1 after a nice feed from Chloe Baumann. Grammar played the ball off a high bounce and was able to get a nice spin on it to keep it away from the keeper for the score. Sammi Spitzer added a turnaround goal of her own for insurance to send the Locomotives into the half 4-1. After a scoreless second half, the Locomotives punched their ticket to the Class A semifinals with the win over the Blue Devils.

 

LAUREL 4 CORVALLIS 1

LAU GOALS=MAACK,MYA=2; SPITZER; GRAMMAR

LAU AST=COTTER=2; MAACK,MYA

CORV GOAL=HICKEY

 

WHITEFISH 4 LOYOLA 2

WF GOALS=SCHNEIDER; LACEY; BARRON; COOK

WF AST=BROWN; OLSON

 LOY GOALS=VAN DOERSTEN; HUFFMAN

 

BOYS

 BILLINGS CENTRAL 1 CORVALLIS 0

BC GOAL=DULL

BC AST=MOLLEMEIER

Laurel pours it on Polson in the 2nd half

Posted: 5:34 PM, Oct 19, 2019

 

Updated: 5:35 PM, Oct 19, 2019

 

 

The Laurel boys soccer team scored four second-half goals against Polson in the opening round of the State A soccer playoffs at the Laurel Sports Complex on Saturday to defeat the Pirates 4-0.

After a scoreless first half, Laurel finally broke through in the 46th minute. Matt Mosby centered a ball into the box, and Austin Purcell touch-passed to Bryce Adkins. Adkins was left one-on-one with the goalie and calmly found the back of the net.

Laurel then became to pour it on. Ethan Meccage broke away from the backline of Polson's defense and beat the keeper in the 56th minute to put the Locomotives up 2-0. Meccage added his second goal of the day just eight minutes later on a chip shot over the keeper's head to give Laurel a 3-0 lead.

The Locomotives weren't done, though, as Austin Purcell drew a penalty kick in stoppage time. Purcell drilled the PK to give Laurel a 4-0 lead. The final whistle sounded just seconds later, pushing Laurel through to the State A semifinals.

Laurel will visit Frenchtown in the semifinals next weekend. Frenchtown defeated Columbia Falls 6-5 in a shootout to advance.

Scores and pairings of the 2019 State A soccer playoffs can be found here .

 

Laurel 4 vs Polson 0
Min 45 Goal Bryce Adkins,  assist Austin Purcell
Min 56 Goal Ethan Meccage, assist Bryce Adkins 
Min 64 Goal Ethan Meccage, assist Ricky Temporal 
Min 80+ PK Austin Purcell
Saves Laurel 0 Shots 17
 
Polson saves 15, shots 1 #18 Kaden Nelson

 

FRENCHTOWN 2 COLUMBIA FALLS 2 (SO FT 6-5)

FT GOALS=JACOBS (2 PKS)

CF GOALS=MAGG; HOFFMAN

CF AST=CARL

 WHITEFISH 10 STEVENSVILLE 2

Whitefish 10, Stevensville 2 (4-1 half)
Shots, WF 21, Stev 6
Corners, WF 13, Stev 0
Fouls, WF 8, Stev 7
Saves, WF 4 (Colter Upton, Bradlee Anderson), Stev 11 (Benjamin Schreiber)
 
2d min, WF Ian Lacey goal, Brandon Mendoza assist
26, WF Marvin Kimera goal, Sam Menicke assist
27, Stev Chance Lester goal
38, WF Chase Sabin goal, Kimera assist
40, WF Riley Arendt goal, Josh Gunderson assist
43, WF S. Menicke goal
45, WF Lacey goal, Casy Schneider assist
48, WF Schneider goal
58, WF Mendoza goal, Lacey assist
68, WF Gabe Menicke goal, James Thompson assist
74, Stev Lester goal
78, Kimera goal

East feasts in first round: Corvallis boys, girls, fall to Billings Central, Laurel in soccer playoffs

 

CORVALLIS — For the Billings Central boys Saturday, the game-winning goal came late; for the Laurel girls, the scoring happened early and often.

It all meant the same thing for Corvallis: a State A soccer first-round loss Saturday to a team from across of the Great Divide on the Blue Devils' home field. 

The Rams kept the girls' game from getting a late start as junior captain Sam Dull scored a 77th minute goal to break a scoreless stalemate against Corvallis, lifting the Billings boys to a 1-0 win. Laurel kept up the scoring pace in the game that followed, as the Locomotives tickled the twine four times in the first half and won the game, 4-1.

 

But the Blue Devils had their chances against the beasts from the East.

Billings Central boys 1, Corvallis 0

It's actually a little surprising the Rams broke through to score late in the second half and not in the first. Billings Central held an 8-2 corner kick advantage in the first 40 minutes and maintained the majority of the possession in its attacking third.

Dull, who eventually scored the game-winner, was usually the one manning the kick on the set plays.

"We had a lot of opportunities where we should have capitalized (in the first half), but in the end that one goal is all that matters. The win is all that matters," said Dull.

The Blue Devils were more the aggressors in the second half, matching the Rams attack with a bevvy of through balls to their forwards. Corvallis had opportunities in the second half — the Bitterroot boys finished with 13 shots for the game — but they couldn't break through.

"I'm super proud of the guys. We basically went from worst to first and our conference was really tough this year," said Corvallis coach Tim Hickey, whose squad improved from a 3-9-0 overall record last year to an 8-4-1 overall record this year (Frenchtown claimed the West's No. 1 seed via tiebreaker).

It was Corvallis' second-half aggressiveness that Central exploited in its game-winner, though. After a Blue Devil shot, Central's keeper Miles Ragar booted the ball downfield where Jan Mollemeier gathered the pass on a counterattack. The Corvallis defense pressured, but Mollemeier popped a pass to Dull, who had slipped behind the Blue Devil line. 

Dull received the pass with only grass between himself and Corvallis' netminder.

"The keeper did a great job booting it to Mollemeier who headed it right to me," Dull said. "I just had to slot it home."

He did, and three minutes — plus stoppage time — later, the Rams were celebrating a win.

With the win, Billings Central will take on Class A defending champion Whitefish, 10-2 winners against Stevensville on Saturday.

Laurel girls 4, Corvallis 1

Laurel had to wait longer for its celebration to start, but not nearly as long for its first goal.

Freshman Mya Maack scored the first of her two goals in the game's 18th minute, powering a four-goal first half for the Locomotives against a plucky Corvallis squad.

It made sense the Laurel forward would get the scoring party started, too. Maack, who had 26 goals this season headed into Saturday, was No. 2 in the state in scoring before the first-round playoff game, according to leaguelineup.com/nwmta.

"...She's got more energy than any soccer player I've ever had and I can count on her to go 100% the entire game," dynastic Laurel coach Aloma Jess said of the upstart underclassman. "She also knows that once she's being locked up by the defense she has other teammates she can pass off to."

Those other teammates included Kadee Grammar and Sammi Spitzer who also scored in the first half.

And it was a good thing Laurel got the early output, because Corvallis goalie Daphney Reynoso put up a stonewall in front of her net during the second half.

Reynoso, one of just three seniors on the Blue Devils, made 16 saves for the game and managed an onslaught of 29 Laurel shots overall. 

"Her second half, she was on fire," Corvallis coach David Molesh said of Reynoso. "She really stepped up in that second half and really made some incredible, incredible saves."

The second-half effort was even more impressive if you consider the Locomotives' offensive numbers this season.

Laurel, a squad that has played in five straight Class A title games and won two championships since 2014, has scored 87 goals in 14 games this season. That 6.2 goal per game average is second best in the state only to Billings Central, and Laurel had 22 more goals than the next-best team in that department (Columbia Falls) before Saturday.

Reynoso's saves also led to needed counterattack chances for Corvallis in the second half.

The Blue Devils were only able to break through once in the first half on a goal from senior Maria Hickey, however. Hickey's goal, which was assisted by Lauren Criddle, knotted the score at 1-1 and gave Corvallis the belief it belongs with talented teams in the East.

"...We have a really strong future; these girls learned a ton in this game that we can play with a Laurel, we can play with a Billings Central," coach Molesh said. 

But for now, it's Laurel — which broke the brief 1-1 tie with another Maack first-half goal — that remains the measuring stick. The Locomotives draw Columbia Falls, which topped Stevensville 3-0 Saturday, in the State A semifinals next week.

 

WHITEFISH — Up 2-1 with a few minutes left in the first half, the Whitefish Bulldogs were looking for an insurance goal.

Goals by Chase Sabin and Riley Arendt provided that cushion and the Bulldogs (13-0) cruised to a 10-2 win over the Stevensville Yellowjackets in a boys Class A soccer first round playoff game at Smith Fields on Saturday.

“The boys played great,” Whitefish coach John Lacey said. “We started off with a goal in the second minute with takes the pressure off.”

After the half, Whitefish scored three goals in five minutes.

“Both keepers played well,” Lacey said. “We were really fortunate to come into halftime with that cushion. We played a little more free in second.”

All 20 players on the postseason roster got some playing time, with 10 of 18 field players recording a goal or an assist.

“A pretty balanced effort on our part,” Lacey said.

Whitefish will host Billings Central in a semifinal game next Saturday, time to be determined.

Stevensville 1 1 — 2

Whitefish 4 6 — 10

W — Ian Lacey (Brandon Mendoza) 2:00

W — Marvin Kimera (Sam Menicke) 26:00

S — Chance Lester 27:00

W — Chase Sabin (Kimera) 38:00

W — Riley Arendt (Josh Gunderson) 40:00

W — S. Menicke 43:00

W — Lacey (Schneider) 45:00

W — Schneider 48:00

W — Mendoza (Lacey) 58:00

W — Gabe Menicke (James Thompson) 68:00

S — Lester 74:00

W — Kimera 78:00

Frenchtown 3,

Columbia Falls 2

FRENCHTOWN — The Columbia Falls Wildcats lost in a heartbreaker to the Frenchtown Broncs in a first round game on penalty kicks.

Their season ended much the same way last year in a sudden-death penalty kick loss to Polson.

The Wildcats (7-5-1) trailed 2-0 late in the first half on penalty kicks but Simon Magg’s goal cut the deficit. Seth Hoffman tied the game at 44:00.

“It hurts,” Columbia Falls coach O’Brien Byrd said. “Gone out two years in a row on penalty kicks. I’m proud of the boys and their effort. They gave 100 percent of effort out there today. Got a little but unlucky but kudos to Frenchtown to find a way to beat us.”

Columbia Falls 1 1 — 2

Frenchtown 2 1 — 3

F — Jeff Jacobs 4:00 (PK)

F — Jacobs 26:00 (PK)

CF — Simon Magg 39:00 (PK)

CF — Seth Hoffman (Johnny Carl) 44:00

Shots on goal — Frenchtown 4, Columbia Falls 6; Goalie saves — Frenchtown 5 (Dawson Leishon), Columbia Falls 5 (Story Stemborski); Corner kicks — Frenchtown 6, Columbia Falls 6; Fouls — Frenchtown 15, Columbia Falls 14; Cards — Frenchtown 2, Columbia Falls 3.

Girls

Whitefish 4,

Missoula Loyola 2

MISSOULA — Four different players scored for the Whitefish Bulldogs in a first-round Class A playoff game against the Missoula Loyola Breakers.

Whitefish (9-4) had to contend with playing on a football field and the challenges that come with it.

“It was a challenge for us to play our traditional style but we did a good job of adjusting,” Whitefish coach Roland Benedict said. “We were more dynamic going forward.”

Whitefish led 3-1 at the half from goals by Emma Barron, Maya Lacey and Anna Cook.

Goalkeeper Sami McGrath made eight saves.

“I’d trade nine conference championships for a state title,” Benedict said. “We build for three games. We’re on a winning streak of one. Luckily next week we’ll be playing at home but I’m sure we’ll have a tough test.”

The Bulldogs have a home semifinal game versus Billings Central next Saturday.

Whitefish 3 1 — 4

Loyola 1 1 — 2

W ­— Emma Barron 11:00

W — Maya Lacey (Jo Brown) 20:00

L — Lexi Von Doersten 23:00

W — Anna Cook 32:00

L — Gisele Huffman (Sydney Koppang) 38:00

W — Josie Schneider (Sophie Olson) 49:00

Shots: Whitefish 17, Loyola 9. Saves: Whitefish 8 (Sami McGrath), Loyola 13 (Megan Neuman). Corner kicks: Whitefish 5, Loyola 1. Fouls: Whitefish 5, Loyola 7.

Columbia Falls 3,

Stevensville 0

COLUMBIA FALLS — Josie Windauer was unstoppable as the Columbia Falls Wildkats (12-1) shut out the Stevensville Yellowjackets in first-round Class A playoff action.

Windauer scored a goal in each half, bookends to Cheyanne Johnston-Heinz’s goal that put the Kats up 2-0 at the half. She now has 33 goals.

“Cheyanne had a great performance. She’s been a facilitator all year for the players around her,” Columbia Falls coach Thomas Clark said “Good to see her get a big goal.”

With her assist on Windauer’s second goal, her 15th assist of the year, Maddie Robison broke the school assist record that she tied last week.

“Josie steps up when she’s called upon,” Clark said. “Everyone tries to stop her. I’m proud of the whole group.”

Columbia Falls hosts No. 2 eastern seed Laurel next Saturday in a Class A semifinal match. Game time to be determined.

Stevensville 0 0 —  0

Columbia Falls 2 1 —  3

CF — Josie Windauer 11:00

CF — Cheyanne Johnston-Heinz (Windauer) 23:00

CF — Windauer (Maddie Robison) 57:00

Shots on goal — Stevensville 4, Columbia Falls 19; Goalie saves — Stevensville 9 (Mayah Marble), Columbia Falls 5 (Ave McDonald); Corner kicks — Stevensvuille 1, Columbia Falls 1; Fouls — Stevensville 6, Columbia Falls 12; Cards — None.

 

 

 

 


UPCOMING MATCHES

October 19, 2019

 

Contact info

email= tjw@centurytel.net

text= 406-471-2263

 

BOYS
Saturday, October 26, 2019
PLAYOFFS--2ND ROUND--SEMI-FINAL
 FRENCHTOWN V LAUREL
 WHITEFISH V BILLINGS CENTRAL
GIRLS
Saturday, October 26, 2019
PLAYOFFS--2ND ROUND--SEMI-FINAL
BILLINGS CENTRAL @ WHITEFISH
COLUMBIA FALLS V LAUREL

 

 


2019 PLAYOFF BRACKET

October 19, 2019

                     

Saturday, October 19, 2019

Saturday, October 26, 2019

Saturday, November 02, 2019

     

BOYS

                   

1S FTOWN 2 SO 6-5

( H )

                 

MATCH 1

1:00PM

FRENCHTOWN

( H )

 

           

2N COL FALLS 2

19-Oct

 0                
   

MATCH 5

?PM

 

WIN GM5

 

(H)

     

1E LAUREL 4

( H )

0      0          

MATCH 2

2:00PM

LAUREL

               

3N  POLSON 0

19-Oct

     

MATCH 7

?PM

     
             

WIN GM7

1N WHITEFISH

( H )

         

BOYS

 

MATCH 3

3PM

WHITEFISH

( H )

 

     

STATE CHAMPION

3S STEVENSVILLE

19-Oct

0                
   

MATCH 6

?PM

 

WIN GM6

       
2S CORVALLIS 0

( H )

0      0          

MATCH 4

NOON

BIL CENT

               

BIL CENT 1

19-Oct

                 
                     
 

PLAYIN GM

                   
2E BIL CENT 4 4-3 SO (H)                    
VS

4PM

 
                 
3E PARK 4
 

MON 10-14

                 
                     

GIRLS

                   

1S LOYOLA 2

( H )

                 

MATCH 1

1PM

WHITEFISH

 

( H )

           

2N WHITEFISH 4

19-Oct

                 
   

MATCH 5

?PM

 

WIN GM5

 

 

     

1E BIL CENT 9

( H )

       0          

MATCH 2

10:00AM

BIL CENT

               

3N POLSON 1

??-Oct

     

MATCH 7

10AM

     
             

WIN GM7

1N COL FALLS 3

( H )

         

GIRLS

 

MATCH 3

1PM

COL FALLS

 

( H )

     

STATE CHAMPION

3S STEVENSVILLE 0

19-Oct

       0          
   

MATCH 6

?PM

 

WIN GM6

 (H)      

2S CORVALLIS 1

( H )

                 

MATCH 4

2PM

LAUREL

               

LAUREL 4

19-Oct

                 
                     
 

PLAYIN GM

                   
2E LAUREL 5 (H)                    
VS

5PM

 
                 
3E PARK 0
 

MON 10-14

 
                   

Note for [H]*: If the two teams in the playoff/championship are from the same division,

     

the team that finished higher in the conference standings will host the game.

       

2019 'A' SOCCER STANDINGS

October 19, 2019

 

Saturday, October 19, 2019

 

 

BOYS                                    
NORTH Overall     GOALS     Conference   GOALS           Play-in/Off    
TEAM WON LOST TIED FOR AGAINST DIFF. WON LOST TIED FOR AGNST. DIFF. POINTS ALL % CONF % WON LOST PERCENT
WHITEFISH*** 13 0 0 87 9 78 8 0 0 53 5 48 24 100.00% 100.00% 1 0 100.00%
COL FALLS 7 5 1 52 27 25 6 2 0 40 13 27 18 58.33% 75.00% 0 1 0.00%
POLSON 4 9 0 17 32 -15 3 5 0 15 19 -4 9 30.77% 37.50% 0 1 0.00%
BIGFORK 4 8 0 31 54 -23 3 5 0 22 36 -14 9 33.33% 37.50% 0 0 #DIV/0!
LIBBY 0 12 0 9 102 -93 0 8 0 8 65 -57 0 0.00% 0.00% 0 0 #DIV/0!
SOUTH Overall     GOALS     Conference   GOALS           Play-in/Off    
TEAM WON LOST TIED FOR AGAINST DIFF. WON LOST TIED FOR AGNST. DIFF. POINTS ALL % CONF % WON LOST PERCENT
FRENCHTOWN*** 8 3 2 26 15 11 5 2 1 14 10 4 16 72.73% 71.43% 1 0 100.00%
CORVALLIS 8 4 1 32 14 18 5 2 1 16 7 9 16 66.67% 71.43% 0 1 0.00%
STEVENSVILLE 2 7 4 23 36 -13 2 2 4 16 15 1 10 22.22% 50.00% 0 1 0.00%
HAMILTON 6 5 1 33 18 15 3 4 1 12 12 0 10 54.55% 42.86% 0 0 #DIV/0!
LOYOLA 1 9 2 15 34 -19 1 6 1 11 25 -14 4 10.00% 14.29% 0 0 #DIV/0!
EAST Overall     GOALS     Conference   GOALS           Play-in/Off    
TEAM WON LOST TIED FOR AGAINST DIFF. WON LOST TIED FOR AGNST. DIFF. POINTS ALL % CONF % WON LOST PERCENT
LAUREL*** 11 2 0 36 14 22 4 0 0 14 4 10 12 84.62% 100.00% 1 0 100.00%
BILLINGS CENTRAL 8 4 2 33 29 4 1 2 1 11 10 1 4 66.67% 33.33% 2 0 100.00%
LIVINGSTON 3 7 3 31 41 -10 0 3 1 6 17 -11 1 30.00% 0.00% 0 1 0.00%
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 #DIV/0! #DIV/0! 0 0 #DIV/0!
PLAYIN TEAMS                                    
***=CONF CHAMP                                    
PLAYOFF TEAMS                                    
GIRLS                                    
NORTH Overall     GOALS     Conference   GOALS           Play-in/Off    
TEAM WON LOST TIED FOR AGAINST DIFF. WON LOST TIED FOR AGNST. DIFF. POINTS ALL % CONF % WON LOST PERCENT
COL FALLS*** 12 1 0 64 13 51 8 0 0 46 8 38 24 92.31% 100.00% 1 0 100.00%
WHITEFISH 9 4 0 49 25 24 6 2 0 40 11 29 18 69.23% 75.00% 1 0 100.00%
POLSON 4 9 0 28 62 -34 3 5 0 19 30 -11 9 30.77% 37.50% 0 1 0.00%
BIGFORK 2 10 0 8 59 -51 2 6 0 6 31 -25 6 16.67% 25.00% 0 0 #DIV/0!
LIBBY 1 11 0 9 60 -51 1 7 0 6 37 -31 3 8.33% 12.50% 0 0 #DIV/0!
SOUTH Overall     GOALS     Conference   GOALS           Play-in/Off    
TEAM WON LOST TIED FOR AGAINST DIFF. WON LOST TIED FOR AGNST. DIFF. POINTS ALL % CONF % WON LOST PERCENT
Loyola*** 7 5 1 41 38 3 6 1 1 30 13 17 19 58.33% 85.71% 0 1 0.00%
Corvallis 7 3 3 24 21 3 5 0 3 17 8 9 18 70.00% 100.00% 0 1 0.00%
Stevensville 4 7 2 27 43 -16 3 3 2 22 15 7 11 36.36% 50.00% 0 1 0.00%
Hamilton 3 7 2 34 34 0 2 4 2 24 15 9 8 30.00% 33.33% 0 0 #DIV/0!
Frenchtown 1 10 1 17 81 -64 0 8 0 6 48 -42 0 9.09% 0.00% 0 0 #DIV/0!
EAST Overall     GOALS     Conference   GOALS           Play-in/Off    
TEAM WON LOST TIED FOR AGAINST DIFF. WON LOST TIED FOR AGNST. DIFF. POINTS ALL % CONF % WON LOST PERCENT
Billings Cent*** 12 1 0 98 8 90 3 1 0 23 5 18 9 92.31% 75.00% 1 0 100.00%
Laurel 12 2 0 87 8 79 3 1 0 17 5 12 9 85.71% 75.00% 2 0 100.00%
Livingston 4 8 1 24 58 -34 0 4 0 0 30 -30 0 33.33% 0.00% 0 1 0.00%

 

 

 


2019 'A' SOCCER STATS

October 19, 2019

 

Saturday, October 19, 2019

 

SEASON STATS (REGULAR SEASON + PLAYOFF)

BOYS

Player Name School Goals Goals/Match Assists Asst/Match Total Points Pts/Match
Stenseth,T 11 eLivingston 18 1.50 8 0.67 44 3.67
Schneider,C 12 nWhitefish 15 1.15 12 0.92 42 3.23
Magg.S 11 nColumbia Falls 16 1.23 8 0.62 40 3.08
Menicke,S 12 nWhitefish 13 1.00 11 0.85 37 2.85
Lacey,I 12 nWhitefish 13 1.00 7 0.54 33 2.54
Getts,N 11 nColumbia Falls 13 1.00 5 0.38 31 2.38
Meccage,E 12 eLaurel 13 1.00 4 0.31 30 2.31
Jacobs,J 11 sFrenchtown 13 1.00 3 0.23 29 2.23
Lester,C 12 sStevensville 13 1.00 1 0.08 27 2.08
Casper,C 11 eBillings Central 13 0.93 1 0.07 27 1.93
Dull,S  11 eBillings Central 11 0.79 4 0.29 26 1.86
Kellar,C 12 sHamilton 11 0.92 3 0.25 25 2.08
Kimera,M 11 nWhitefish 11 0.85 2 0.15 24 1.85
Menicke,G 10 nWhitefish 8 0.62 6 0.46 22 1.69
Nelson,K 10 nPolson 8 0.62 3 0.23 19 1.46
Benjamin Pilskalns 11 nBigfork 8 0.67 1 0.08 17 1.42
Temporal,R 12 eLaurel 7 0.54 3 0.23 17 1.31
Carl,J 11 nColumbia Falls 5 0.38 7 0.54 17 1.31
Arendt,R 11 nWhitefish 8 0.62 1 0.08 17 1.31
Mendoza,B 11 nWhitefish 4 0.31 9 0.69 17 1.31
Sabin,C 10 nWhitefish 4 0.31 9 0.69 17 1.31
C Troesh-Worrell 11 nBigfork 8 0.67 0 0.00 16 1.33
Duncan,A 12 sHamilton 4 0.33 8 0.67 16 1.33
Gross,T 12 sCorvallis 8 0.62 0 0.00 16 1.23
Gonzalez,C 11 sCorvallis 7 0.54 0 0.00 14 1.08
Simpson,B 11 sFrenchtown 7 0.54 0 0.00 14 1.08
Gnecco,F 11 eBillings Central 4 0.29 6 0.43 14 1.00
Roesler-Begalke,M 12 nLibby 6 0.50 1 0.08 13 1.08
Kruer,J 11 sLoyola 5 0.42 3 0.25 13 1.08
Renier,J 12 eLaurel 5 0.38 3 0.23 13 1.00
Thompson,J 11 nWhitefish 4 0.31 5 0.38 13 1.00
Morales,C 11 sStevensville 3 0.23 7 0.54 13 1.00
Hoffman,S 12 nColumbia Falls 5 0.38 2 0.15 12 0.92
Sangster,L 10 sCorvallis 5 0.38 2 0.15 12 0.92
Mathias,A 12 eLivingston 4 0.31 3 0.23 11 0.85
Albin,J 11 nColumbia Falls 4 0.31 3 0.23 11 0.85
Guisinger,K 11 sHamilton 4 0.33 2 0.17 10 0.83
Brown,N 11 eLivingston 1 0.08 8 0.62 10 0.77
Sandstrom,R 12 nColumbia Falls 2 0.15 6 0.46 10 0.77
Wilson,I 10 sCorvallis 4 0.31 1 0.08 9 0.69
Baltazar Alcaraz 12 nBigfork 4 0.33 0 0.00 8 0.67
Drake,A 11 sHamilton 1 0.08 6 0.50 8 0.67
Lint,O 12 sHamilton 3 0.25 2 0.17 8 0.67
Schulien,G 11 eLivingston 3 0.23 2 0.15 8 0.62
Matushito,E 11 sCorvallis 4 0.31 0 0.00 8 0.62
Schreiber,G 10 sStevensville 3 0.23 2 0.15 8 0.62
Placido,J 11 sHamilton 3 0.25 1 0.08 7 0.58
Adkins,B 12 eLaurel 2 0.15 3 0.23 7 0.54
Mosby,M 12 eLaurel 2 0.15 3 0.23 7 0.54
Brown,R 9 eLivingston 2 0.15 3 0.23 7 0.54
Lichtenberg,T 10 nPolson 1 0.08 5 0.38 7 0.54
Palen,M 11 sFrenchtown 2 0.15 3 0.23 7 0.54
Radford,M 10 sStevensville 3 0.23 1 0.08 7 0.54
Levi Peterson 9 nBigfork 3 0.25 0 0.00 6 0.50
Robertson,R 12 sHamilton 2 0.17 2 0.17 6 0.50
Burns,W 9 sLoyola 2 0.17 2 0.17 6 0.50
DeSmet,K 10 eLaurel 3 0.23 0 0.00 6 0.46
Purcell,A 12 eLaurel 1 0.08 4 0.31 6 0.46
Dicks,A 10 nWhitefish 2 0.15 2 0.15 6 0.46
Gross,L 11 sStevensville 3 0.23 0 0.00 6 0.46
Mollemeir,J 11 eBillings Central 2 0.14 2 0.14 6 0.43
Edland,N 11 nWhitefish 2 0.20 1 0.10 5 0.50
Jones,T sHamilton 2 0.17 1 0.08 5 0.42
Konzen,R 9 sLoyola 2 0.17 1 0.08 5 0.42
Steinmassel,C 12 eLaurel 0 0.00 5 0.38 5 0.38
Landon Byerman 9 nBigfork 2 0.17 0 0.00 4 0.33
Lehtola,D 12 sHamilton 2 0.17 0 0.00 4 0.33
Vermillion,S 11 sHamilton 2 0.17 0 0.00 4 0.33
Schrichte,K 9 sLoyola 2 0.17 0 0.00 4 0.33
Kruer,K 11 sLoyola 2 0.17 0 0.00 4 0.33
Tamburelli,M 12 nColumbia Falls 2 0.15 0 0.00 4 0.31
Luper,A 11 nPolson 2 0.15 0 0.00 4 0.31
Smith,D 12 nPolson 2 0.15 0 0.00 4 0.31
Pemberton,J 12 nWhitefish 2 0.15 0 0.00 4 0.31
McCarthy,D 10 nWhitefish 1 0.08 2 0.15 4 0.31
Harberg,G 9 sCorvallis 1 0.08 2 0.15 4 0.31
Penha,M 9 eBillings Central 0 0.00 4 0.29 4 0.29
Krznaric,J 10 eBillings Central 1 0.07 2 0.14 4 0.29
Jenkins,K nLibby 1 0.08 1 0.08 3 0.25
Kostecki,J 12 sHamilton 1 0.08 1 0.08 3 0.25
Berg,N 10 eLaurel 1 0.08 1 0.08 3 0.23
Kao,C eLivingston 1 0.08 1 0.08 3 0.23
Nichols,w 9 nColumbia Falls 1 0.08 1 0.08 3 0.23
Golan,N 12 nColumbia Falls 1 0.08 1 0.08 3 0.23
Taylor,E 11 nPolson 1 0.08 1 0.08 3 0.23
Gunderson,J 11 nWhitefish 0 0.00 3 0.23 3 0.23
Hickey,T 10 sCorvallis 1 0.08 1 0.08 3 0.23
Beauchamp,B 10 sFrenchtown 1 0.08 1 0.08 3 0.23
Krause,A 12 sFrenchtown 1 0.08 1 0.08 3 0.23
Fink,C  11 eBillings Central 1 0.07 1 0.07 3 0.21
Elijah Small 9 nBigfork 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.17
Brandon Curry 10 nBigfork 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.17
Oscar Lee 9 nBigfork 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.17
Cano,I 10 nLibby 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.17
Mullen,K 11 sHamilton 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.17
Kaleva,D 12 sLoyola 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.17
Diehl,G 12 sLoyola 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.17
Pinter,B 10 eLaurel 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.15
Wilkerson,N 11 eLivingston 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.15
Caplis,C 9 eLivingston 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.15
Trenerry,P 12 nColumbia Falls 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.15
Hull,T11 nColumbia Falls 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.15
Lanier,C 10 nPolson 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.15
Becker,L 10 nPolson 0 0.00 2 0.15 2 0.15
Whealon,S 10 nPolson 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.15
Colton,J 10 nPolson 0 0.00 2 0.15 2 0.15
Clifford,T 11 nPolson 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.15
Wolsky,L 11 sCorvallis 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.15
Wiggins,M 11 sCorvallis 0 0.00 2 0.15 2 0.15
Gibbs,H 11 sFrenchtown 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.15
Leishman,D 12 sFrenchtown 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.15
Olson,C 9 sStevensville 0 0.00 2 0.15 2 0.15
Hanser,I 10 eBillings Central 1 0.07 0 0.00 2 0.14
Valencia,S nLibby 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
O'Rourke,I 11 nLibby 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Beyer,G 11 sHamilton 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Tomazelli,J 9 sLoyola 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Mercado-Laundrie,I 9 sLoyola 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Stemborski,S 12 nColumbia Falls 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Robbins,G 10 nColumbia Falls 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Sundberg,F 9 nColumbia Falls 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Upton,C 12 nWhitefish 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Stalpert,A 9 sFrenchtown 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Westrom,C 11 sFrenchtown 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Rody,S 10 sFrenchtown 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Babio,J 12 sFrenchtown 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Warnken,C 12 sCorvallis 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Cook,W 12 sStevensville 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Yaskus,J 9 sStevensville 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Post,O sStevensville 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Button,G 9 eBillings Central 0 0.00 1 0.07 1 0.07
Ragar,M 10 eBillings Central 0 0.00 1 0.07 1 0.07
Hegar,R 9 eBillings Central 0 0.00 1 0.07 1 0.07

 

GIRLS

Player Name School Goals Goals/Match Assists Asst/Match Total Points Pts/Match
Windauer,J 12 nColumbia Falls 33 2.54 6 0.46 72 5.54
Maack,My 9 eLaurel 28 2.00 6 0.43 62 4.43
Althoff,Z 12 eBillings Central 24 1.85 13 1.00 61 4.69
Ferestad,M 12 eBillings Central 24 1.85 4 0.31 52 4.00
Walker,L 10 sLoyola 23 1.77 4 0.31 50 3.85
Elletson,S 10 eBillings Central 19 1.46 6 0.46 44 3.38
Robison,M 10 nColumbia Falls 14 1.08 15 1.15 43 3.31
Moderie,S 10 nPolson 18 1.38 5 0.38 41 3.15
Maack,Mor 11 eLaurel 16 1.14 9 0.64 41 2.93
Frederick,K 12 sHamilton 15 1.25 7 0.58 37 3.08
Cotter,M 11 eLaurel 11 0.79 12 0.86 34 2.43
Cook,A 12 nWhitefish 15 1.15 2 0.15 32 2.46
Teagle,M 12 sFrenchtown 14 1.17 3 0.25 31 2.58
Wiediger,R 12 sHamilton 11 0.92 7 0.58 29 2.42
Schneider,J10 nWhitefish 11 0.85 6 0.46 28 2.15
Molvig,M 11 eBillings Central 5 0.38 15 1.15 25 1.92
Koppang,S 12 sLoyola 10 0.77 6 0.46 26 2.00
Sienkiewicz,S 10 eLivingston 8 0.62 2 0.15 18 1.38
Johnston-Heinz,C 10 nColumbia Falls 6 0.46 6 0.46 18 1.38
Burland,A 11 nPolson 8 0.62 2 0.15 18 1.38
Hickey,M 12 sCorvallis 9 0.69 0 0.00 18 1.38
King,M 11 sCorvallis 8 0.62 2 0.15 18 1.38
Grammar,K 11 eLaurel 8 0.57 1 0.07 17 1.21
Olson,S 10 nWhitefish 5 0.38 5 0.38 15 1.15
Alexander,E 12 sStevensville 6 0.50 2 0.17 14 1.17
Wahl,Kell 11 eBillings Central 4 0.31 6 0.46 14 1.08
Coleman,M 12 eLivingston 5 0.38 3 0.23 13 1.00
Benkelman,G 12 nWhitefish 2 0.15 9 0.69 13 1.00
Branstetter,S 11 eLaurel 3 0.21 6 0.43 12 0.86
Jarvis,F 12 nColumbia Falls 3 0.23 5 0.38 11 0.85
Mann,S 9 nColumbia Falls 3 0.23 5 0.38 11 0.85
Huffman,G 11 sLoyola 4 0.31 3 0.23 11 0.85
Shovar,A 11 eLaurel 4 0.29 3 0.21 11 0.79
Peretto,O 10 sStevensville 5 0.42 0 0.00 10 0.83
Thorsell,A 9 sStevensville 4 0.33 2 0.17 10 0.83
Lewis,J 9 sStevensville 5 0.42 0 0.00 10 0.83
Willis,G 11 eLaurel 5 0.36 0 0.00 10 0.71
Wilson,A 11 sHamilton 3 0.25 3 0.25 9 0.75
Stock,G 11 eBillings Central 3 0.23 3 0.23 9 0.69
Vondra,K 11 eLivingston 4 0.31 1 0.08 9 0.69
Saurey,S 10 nWhitefish 4 0.31 1 0.08 9 0.69
Peaton,M 10 eLaurel 3 0.21 3 0.21 9 0.64
Spitzer,S 12 eLaurel 3 0.21 3 0.21 9 0.64
Guenzler,B 10 nBigfork 4 0.33 0 0.00 8 0.67
Demmons,L 11 sFrenchtown 2 0.17 4 0.33 8 0.67
Debourg,A 10 eBillings Central 0 0.00 8 0.62 8 0.62
Moore,A 12 eLivingston 2 0.15 4 0.31 8 0.62
Barron,E 10 nWhitefish 4 0.31 0 0.00 8 0.62
Lacey,M 9 nWhitefish 3 0.23 2 0.15 8 0.62
Criddle,L 11 sCorvallis 3 0.23 2 0.15 8 0.62
Gentry,T 11 nWhitefish 3 0.23 1 0.08 7 0.54
Bohl,S 11 eBillings Central 3 0.23 0 0.00 6 0.46
Powers,A 12 eBillings Central 1 0.08 4 0.31 6 0.46
Hansen,M 10 eBillings Central 2 0.15 2 0.15 6 0.46
Hanser,A 11 eBillings Central 2 0.15 2 0.15 6 0.46
Madden,C 12 eLivingston 1 0.08 4 0.31 6 0.46
Hill,L 11 nColumbia Falls 2 0.15 2 0.15 6 0.46
Johnson,M 11 sHamilton 2 0.17 1 0.08 5 0.42
Derbyshire,A 9 eBillings Central 2 0.15 1 0.08 5 0.38
Brown,J 12 nWhitefish 1 0.08 3 0.23 5 0.38
Buenz,A 11 nBigfork 2 0.17 0 0.00 4 0.33
Savik,A 9 nBigfork 2 0.17 0 0.00 4 0.33
Zahn,K 9 sStevensville 2 0.17 0 0.00 4 0.33
Larece,D 10 sStevensville 2 0.17 0 0.00 4 0.33
Nelson,E 10 eBillings Central 2 0.15 0 0.00 4 0.31
Stike,K 12 eBillings Central 1 0.08 2 0.15 4 0.31
Purcell,L 12 nColumbia Falls 1 0.08 2 0.15 4 0.31
Hupka,A 11 nPolson 1 0.08 2 0.15 4 0.31
Healy,A10 nWhitefish 0 0.00 4 0.31 4 0.31
Gibbs,K 11 eLaurel 2 0.14 0 0.00 4 0.29
Gordon,A 12 sHamilton 1 0.08 1 0.08 3 0.25
Courchesne,E 9 sHamilton 0 0.00 3 0.25 3 0.25
Brownlee,M 11 sStevensville 1 0.08 1 0.08 3 0.25
Hutchinson,C 9 sStevensville 1 0.08 1 0.08 3 0.25
Vance,A 12 eLivingston 1 0.08 1 0.08 3 0.23
Braham,A 9 eLivingston 1 0.08 1 0.08 3 0.23
McAleavey,M 10 nColumbia Falls 0 0.00 3 0.23 3 0.23
Sevesind,G 12 nColumbia Falls 1 0.08 1 0.08 3 0.23
Dowd,E 10 sCorvallis 1 0.08 1 0.08 3 0.23
Boaz,J 11 sCorvallis 1 0.08 1 0.08 3 0.23
Ries,M 9 sLoyola 1 0.08 1 0.08 3 0.23
VonDoersten,L 10 sLoyola 1 0.08 1 0.08 3 0.23
Chavez,A 9 sLoyola 1 0.08 1 0.08 3 0.23
Harper,T 11 eLaurel 1 0.07 1 0.07 3 0.21
Fox,A eLaurel 1 0.07 1 0.07 3 0.21
Boltz,R 9 nLibby 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.17
Johnson,L 11 nLibby 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.17
Lucas,C 10 nLibby 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.17
Pena,B 11 nLibby 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.17
Brickley,M sHamilton 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.17
Edwards,S 9 eLivingston 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.15
Gregory,L 12 eLivingston 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.15
Reichert,C eBillings Central 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.15
Green,A 10 nColumbia Falls 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.15
Jarvis.G 9 nColumbia Falls 0 0.00 2 0.15 2 0.15
Mercer,T 9 nPolson 0 0.00 2 0.15 2 0.15
Wenzel,S 9 nPolson 0 0.00 2 0.15 2 0.15
Kinzle,S 11 nPolson 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.15
Carascok,F 11 sCorvallis 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.15
Anderson,C 10 nWhitefish 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.15
Lords,Hay 11 sCorvallis 0 0.00 2 0.15 2 0.15
Wolsky,S 9 sCorvallis 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.15
Baumann,C 10 eLaurel 1 0.07 0 0.00 2 0.14
Brackman,R 10 sHamilton 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Johnson,B 9 sHamilton 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Seifert,A 11 sHamilton 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Schaak,A 9 eBillings Central 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Bartz,M 12 eLivingston 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Davis,S 10 eLivingston 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Fisher,A 10 nColumbia Falls 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Hatfield,K 11 nColumbia Falls 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Heiser,K 11 nPolson 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Akey,A 10 nWhitefish 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Hirsch,A 11 nWhitefish 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Peterson,M 12 nWhitefish 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Shaffer,A 11 nWhitefish 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Hayworth,B 10 sCorvallis 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Gross,K 9? sCorvallis 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Vine,M 10 nWhitefish 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Weidkamp,C 12 sCorvallis 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Baumann,C 10 eLaurel 0 0.00 1 0.07 1 0.07
Aby,A eLaurel 0 0.00 1 0.07 1 0.07

 

REGULAR SEASON STATS

BOYS

Player Name School Goals Goals/Match Assists Asst/Match Total Points Pts/Match
Schneider,C 12 nWhitefish 14 1.17 11 0.92 39 3.25
Magg.S 11 nColumbia Falls 15 1.25 8 0.67 38 3.17
Stenseth,T 11 eLivingston 15 1.36 7 0.64 37 3.36
Menicke,S 12 nWhitefish 12 1.00 10 0.83 34 2.83
Getts,N 11 nColumbia Falls 13 1.08 5 0.42 31 2.58
Lacey,I 12 nWhitefish 11 0.92 6 0.50 28 2.33
Casper,C 11 eBillings Central 13 1.08 0 0.00 26 2.17
Meccage,E 12 eLaurel 11 0.92 4 0.33 26 2.17
Jacobs,J 11 sFrenchtown 11 0.92 3 0.25 25 2.08
Kellar,C 12 sHamilton 11 0.92 3 0.25 25 2.08
Lester,C 12 sStevensville 11 0.92 1 0.08 23 1.92
Dull,S  11 eBillings Central 9 0.75 4 0.33 22 1.83
Menicke,G 10 nWhitefish 7 0.58 6 0.50 20 1.67
Nelson,K 10 nPolson 8 0.67 3 0.25 19 1.58
Kimera,M 11 nWhitefish 9 0.75 1 0.08 19 1.58
Benjamin Pilskalns 11 nBigfork 8 0.67 1 0.08 17 1.42
Temporal,R 12 eLaurel 7 0.58 2 0.17 16 1.33
C Troesh-Worrell 11 nBigfork 8 0.67 0 0.00 16 1.33
Carl,J 11 nColumbia Falls 5 0.42 6 0.50 16 1.33
Gross,T 12 sCorvallis 8 0.67 0 0.00 16 1.33
Duncan,A 12 sHamilton 4 0.33 8 0.67 16 1.33
Arendt,R 11 nWhitefish 7 0.58 1 0.08 15 1.25
Sabin,C 10 nWhitefish 3 0.25 9 0.75 15 1.25
Mendoza,B 11 nWhitefish 3 0.25 8 0.67 14 1.17
Gonzalez,C 11 sCorvallis 7 0.58 0 0.00 14 1.17
Simpson,B 11 sFrenchtown 7 0.58 0 0.00 14 1.17
Renier,J 12 eLaurel 5 0.42 3 0.25 13 1.08
Roesler-Begalke,M 12 nLibby 6 0.50 1 0.08 13 1.08
Kruer,J 11 sLoyola 5 0.42 3 0.25 13 1.08
Morales,C 11 sStevensville 3 0.25 7 0.58 13 1.08
Thompson,J 11 nWhitefish 4 0.33 4 0.33 12 1.00
Sangster,L 10 sCorvallis 5 0.42 2 0.17 12 1.00
Albin,J 11 nColumbia Falls 4 0.33 3 0.25 11 0.92
Hoffman,S 12 nColumbia Falls 4 0.33 2 0.17 10 0.83
Sandstrom,R 12 nColumbia Falls 2 0.17 6 0.50 10 0.83
Guisinger,K 11 sHamilton 4 0.33 2 0.17 10 0.83
Gnecco,F 11 eBillings Central 2 0.17 5 0.42 9 0.75
Mathias,A 12 eLivingston 3 0.25 3 0.25 9 0.75
Wilson,I 10 sCorvallis 4 0.33 1 0.08 9 0.75
Brown,N 11 eLivingston 1 0.08 6 0.50 8 0.67
Schulien,G 11 eLivingston 3 0.25 2 0.17 8 0.67
Baltazar Alcaraz 12 nBigfork 4 0.33 0 0.00 8 0.67
Matushito,E 11 sCorvallis 4 0.33 0 0.00 8 0.67
Drake,A 11 sHamilton 1 0.08 6 0.50 8 0.67
Lint,O 12 sHamilton 3 0.25 2 0.17 8 0.67
Schreiber,G 10 sStevensville 3 0.25 2 0.17 8 0.67
Mosby,M 12 eLaurel 2 0.17 3 0.25 7 0.58
Brown,R 9 eLivingston 2 0.17 3 0.25 7 0.58
Lichtenberg,T 10 nPolson 1 0.08 5 0.42 7 0.58
Palen,M 11 sFrenchtown 2 0.17 3 0.25 7 0.58
Placido,J 11 sHamilton 3 0.25 1 0.08 7 0.58
Radford,M 10 sStevensville 3 0.25 1 0.08 7 0.58
DeSmet,K 10 eLaurel 3 0.25 0 0.00 6 0.50
Levi Peterson 9 nBigfork 3 0.25 0 0.00 6 0.50
Dicks,A 10 nWhitefish 2 0.17 2 0.17 6 0.50
Robertson,R 12 sHamilton 2 0.17 2 0.17 6 0.50
Burns,W 9 sLoyola 2 0.17 2 0.17 6 0.50
Gross,L 11 sStevensville 3 0.25 0 0.00 6 0.50
Edland,N 11 nWhitefish 2 0.20 1 0.10 5 0.50
Mollemeir,J 11 eBillings Central 2 0.17 1 0.08 5 0.42
Steinmassel,C 12 eLaurel 0 0.00 5 0.42 5 0.42
Jones,T sHamilton 2 0.17 1 0.08 5 0.42
Konzen,R 9 sLoyola 2 0.17 1 0.08 5 0.42
Penha,M 9 eBillings Central 0 0.00 4 0.33 4 0.33
Krznaric,J 10 eBillings Central 1 0.08 2 0.17 4 0.33
Adkins,B 12 eLaurel 1 0.08 2 0.17 4 0.33
Landon Byerman 9 nBigfork 2 0.17 0 0.00 4 0.33
Tamburelli,M 12 nColumbia Falls 2 0.17 0 0.00 4 0.33
Luper,A 11 nPolson 2 0.17 0 0.00 4 0.33
Smith,D 12 nPolson 2 0.17 0 0.00 4 0.33
Pemberton,J 12 nWhitefish 2 0.17 0 0.00 4 0.33
McCarthy,D 10 nWhitefish 1 0.08 2 0.17 4 0.33
Harberg,G 9 sCorvallis 1 0.08 2 0.17 4 0.33
Lehtola,D 12 sHamilton 2 0.17 0 0.00 4 0.33
Vermillion,S 11 sHamilton 2 0.17 0 0.00 4 0.33
Schrichte,K 9 sLoyola 2 0.17 0 0.00 4 0.33
Kruer,K 11 sLoyola 2 0.17 0 0.00 4 0.33
Fink,C  11 eBillings Central 1 0.08 1 0.08 3 0.25
Purcell,A 12 eLaurel 0 0.00 3 0.25 3 0.25
Berg,N 10 eLaurel 1 0.08 1 0.08 3 0.25
Kao,C eLivingston 1 0.08 1 0.08 3 0.25
Nichols,w 9 nColumbia Falls 1 0.08 1 0.08 3 0.25
Golan,N 12 nColumbia Falls 1 0.08 1 0.08 3 0.25
Jenkins,K nLibby 1 0.08 1 0.08 3 0.25
Taylor,E 11 nPolson 1 0.08 1 0.08 3 0.25
Hickey,T 10 sCorvallis 1 0.08 1 0.08 3 0.25
Beauchamp,B 10 sFrenchtown 1 0.08 1 0.08 3 0.25
Kostecki,J 12 sHamilton 1 0.08 1 0.08 3 0.25
Krause,A 12 sFrenchtown 1 0.08 1 0.08 3 0.25
Pinter,B 10 eLaurel 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.17
Wilkerson,N 11 eLivingston 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.17
Caplis,C 9 eLivingston 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.17
Elijah Small 9 nBigfork 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.17
Brandon Curry 10 nBigfork 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.17
Trenerry,P 12 nColumbia Falls 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.17
Oscar Lee 9 nBigfork 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.17
Hull,T11 nColumbia Falls 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.17
Cano,I 10 nLibby 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.17
Lanier,C 10 nPolson 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.17
Becker,L 10 nPolson 0 0.00 2 0.17 2 0.17
Whealon,S 10 nPolson 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.17
Colton,J 10 nPolson 0 0.00 2 0.17 2 0.17
Clifford,T 11 nPolson 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.17
Wolsky,L 11 sCorvallis 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.17
Gunderson,J 11 nWhitefish 0 0.00 2 0.17 2 0.17
Wiggins,M 11 sCorvallis 0 0.00 2 0.17 2 0.17
Gibbs,H 11 sFrenchtown 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.17
Leishman,D 12 sFrenchtown 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.17
Mullen,K 11 sHamilton 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.17
Kaleva,D 12 sLoyola 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.17
Diehl,G 12 sLoyola 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.17
Olson,C 9 sStevensville 0 0.00 2 0.17 2 0.17
Button,G 9 eBillings Central 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Ragar,M 10 eBillings Central 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Hegar,R 9 eBillings Central 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Stemborski,S 12 nColumbia Falls 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Robbins,G 10 nColumbia Falls 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Sundberg,F 9 nColumbia Falls 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Valencia,S nLibby 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
O'Rourke,I 11 nLibby 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Upton,C 12 nWhitefish 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Stalpert,A 9 sFrenchtown 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Westrom,C 11 sFrenchtown 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Rody,S 10 sFrenchtown 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Beyer,G 11 sHamilton 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Babio,J 12 sFrenchtown 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Warnken,C 12 sCorvallis 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Tomazelli,J 9 sLoyola 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Mercado-Laundrie,I 9 sLoyola 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Cook,W 12 sStevensville 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Yaskus,J 9 sStevensville 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Post,O sStevensville 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08

 

GIRLS

Player Name School Goals Goals/Match Assists Asst/Match Total Points Pts/Match
Windauer,J 12 nColumbia Falls 31 2.82 5 0.45 67 6.09
Maack,My 9 eLaurel 25 2.08 5 0.42 55 4.58
Althoff,Z 12 eBillings Central 21 1.75 11 0.92 53 4.42
Walker,L 10 sLoyola 23 1.92 4 0.33 50 4.17
Ferestad,M 12 eBillings Central 23 1.92 3 0.25 49 4.08
Robison,M 10 nColumbia Falls 14 1.17 14 1.17 42 3.50
Elletson,S 10 eBillings Central 17 1.42 6 0.50 40 3.33
Moderie,S 10 nPolson 17 1.42 5 0.42 39 3.25
Maack,Mor 11 eLaurel 15 1.25 8 0.67 38 3.17
Frederick,K 12 sHamilton 15 1.25 7 0.58 37 3.08
Teagle,M 12 sFrenchtown 14 1.17 3 0.25 31 2.58
Cook,A 12 nWhitefish 14 1.17 2 0.17 30 2.50
Cotter,M 11 eLaurel 10 0.83 9 0.75 29 2.42
Wiediger,R 12 sHamilton 11 0.92 7 0.58 29 2.42
Schneider,J10 nWhitefish 10 0.83 6 0.50 26 2.17
Koppang,S 12 sLoyola 10 0.83 5 0.42 25 2.08
Molvig,M 11 eBillings Central 5 0.42 13 1.08 23 1.92
Sienkiewicz,S 10 eLivingston 8 0.67 2 0.17 18 1.50
Burland,A 11 nPolson 8 0.67 2 0.17 18 1.50
King,M 11 sCorvallis 8 0.67 2 0.17 18 1.50
Johnston-Heinz,C 10 nColumbia Falls 5 0.42 6 0.50 16 1.33
Hickey,M 12 sCorvallis 8 0.67 0 0.00 16 1.33
Olson,S 10 nWhitefish 5 0.42 4 0.33 14 1.17
Alexander,E 12 sStevensville 6 0.50 2 0.17 14 1.17
Wahl,Kell 11 eBillings Central 4 0.33 5 0.42 13 1.08
Grammar,K 11 eLaurel 6 0.50 1 0.08 13 1.08
Coleman,M 12 eLivingston 5 0.42 3 0.25 13 1.08
Benkelman,G 12 nWhitefish 2 0.17 9 0.75 13 1.08
Branstetter,S 11 eLaurel 3 0.25 5 0.42 11 0.92
Shovar,A 11 eLaurel 4 0.33 3 0.25 11 0.92
Jarvis,F 12 nColumbia Falls 3 0.25 5 0.42 11 0.92
Mann,S 9 nColumbia Falls 3 0.25 5 0.42 11 0.92
Peretto,O 10 sStevensville 5 0.42 0 0.00 10 0.83
Thorsell,A 9 sStevensville 4 0.33 2 0.17 10 0.83
Lewis,J 9 sStevensville 5 0.42 0 0.00 10 0.83
Stock,G 11 eBillings Central 3 0.25 3 0.25 9 0.75
Peaton,M 10 eLaurel 3 0.25 3 0.25 9 0.75
Vondra,K 11 eLivingston 4 0.33 1 0.08 9 0.75
Saurey,S 10 nWhitefish 4 0.33 1 0.08 9 0.75
Wilson,A 11 sHamilton 3 0.25 3 0.25 9 0.75
Huffman,G 11 sLoyola 3 0.25 3 0.25 9 0.75
Debourg,A 10 eBillings Central 0 0.00 8 0.67 8 0.67
Willis,G 11 eLaurel 4 0.33 0 0.00 8 0.67
Moore,A 12 eLivingston 2 0.17 4 0.33 8 0.67
Guenzler,B 10 nBigfork 4 0.33 0 0.00 8 0.67
Criddle,L 11 sCorvallis 3 0.25 2 0.17 8 0.67
Demmons,L 11 sFrenchtown 2 0.17 4 0.33 8 0.67
Gentry,T 11 nWhitefish 3 0.25 1 0.08 7 0.58
Bohl,S 11 eBillings Central 3 0.25 0 0.00 6 0.50
Powers,A 12 eBillings Central 1 0.08 4 0.33 6 0.50
Hansen,M 10 eBillings Central 2 0.17 2 0.17 6 0.50
Spitzer,S 12 eLaurel 2 0.17 2 0.17 6 0.50
Madden,C 12 eLivingston 1 0.08 4 0.33 6 0.50
Hill,L 11 nColumbia Falls 2 0.17 2 0.17 6 0.50
Barron,E 10 nWhitefish 3 0.25 0 0.00 6 0.50
Lacey,M 9 nWhitefish 2 0.17 2 0.17 6 0.50
Derbyshire,A 9 eBillings Central 2 0.17 1 0.08 5 0.42
Hanser,A 11 eBillings Central 2 0.17 1 0.08 5 0.42
Johnson,M 11 sHamilton 2 0.17 1 0.08 5 0.42
Nelson,E 10 eBillings Central 2 0.17 0 0.00 4 0.33
Stike,K 12 eBillings Central 1 0.08 2 0.17 4 0.33
Gibbs,K 11 eLaurel 2 0.17 0 0.00 4 0.33
Buenz,A 11 nBigfork 2 0.17 0 0.00 4 0.33
Savik,A 9 nBigfork 2 0.17 0 0.00 4 0.33
Purcell,L 12 nColumbia Falls 1 0.08 2 0.17 4 0.33
Hupka,A 11 nPolson 1 0.08 2 0.17 4 0.33
Brown,J 12 nWhitefish 1 0.08 2 0.17 4 0.33
Healy,A10 nWhitefish 0 0.00 4 0.33 4 0.33
Zahn,K 9 sStevensville 2 0.17 0 0.00 4 0.33
Larece,D 10 sStevensville 2 0.17 0 0.00 4 0.33
Harper,T 11 eLaurel 1 0.08 1 0.08 3 0.25
Fox,A eLaurel 1 0.08 1 0.08 3 0.25
Vance,A 12 eLivingston 1 0.08 1 0.08 3 0.25
Braham,A 9 eLivingston 1 0.08 1 0.08 3 0.25
McAleavey,M 10 nColumbia Falls 0 0.00 3 0.25 3 0.25
Sevesind,G 12 nColumbia Falls 1 0.08 1 0.08 3 0.25
Dowd,E 10 sCorvallis 1 0.08 1 0.08 3 0.25
Boaz,J 11 sCorvallis 1 0.08 1 0.08 3 0.25
Gordon,A 12 sHamilton 1 0.08 1 0.08 3 0.25
Courchesne,E 9 sHamilton 0 0.00 3 0.25 3 0.25
Ries,M 9 sLoyola 1 0.08 1 0.08 3 0.25
Chavez,A 9 sLoyola 1 0.08 1 0.08 3 0.25
Brownlee,M 11 sStevensville 1 0.08 1 0.08 3 0.25
Hutchinson,C 9 sStevensville 1 0.08 1 0.08 3 0.25
Baumann,C 10 eLaurel 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.17
Edwards,S 9 eLivingston 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.17
Gregory,L 12 eLivingston 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.17
Reichert,C eBillings Central 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.17
Green,A 10 nColumbia Falls 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.17
Jarvis.G 9 nColumbia Falls 0 0.00 2 0.17 2 0.17
Boltz,R 9 nLibby 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.17
Johnson,L 11 nLibby 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.17
Lucas,C 10 nLibby 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.17
Pena,B 11 nLibby 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.17
Mercer,T 9 nPolson 0 0.00 2 0.17 2 0.17
Wenzel,S 9 nPolson 0 0.00 2 0.17 2 0.17
Kinzle,S 11 nPolson 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.17
Carascok,F 11 sCorvallis 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.17
Anderson,C 10 nWhitefish 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.17
Lords,Hay 11 sCorvallis 0 0.00 2 0.17 2 0.17
Wolsky,S 9 sCorvallis 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.17
Brickley,M sHamilton 1 0.08 0 0.00 2 0.17
Schaak,A 9 eBillings Central 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Baumann,C 10 eLaurel 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Aby,A eLaurel 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Bartz,M 12 eLivingston 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Davis,S 10 eLivingston 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Fisher,A 10 nColumbia Falls 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Hatfield,K 11 nColumbia Falls 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Heiser,K 11 nPolson 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Akey,A 10 nWhitefish 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Hirsch,A 11 nWhitefish 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Peterson,M 12 nWhitefish 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Shaffer,A 11 nWhitefish 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Hayworth,B 10 sCorvallis 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Gross,K 9? sCorvallis 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Vine,M 10 nWhitefish 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Weidkamp,C 12 sCorvallis 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Brackman,R 10 sHamilton 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Johnson,B 9 sHamilton 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Seifert,A 11 sHamilton 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
VonDoersten,L 10 sLoyola 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08
Montague,C 11 sStevensville 0 0.00 1 0.08 1 0.08

'A' SOCCCER 1ST ROUND PLAYOFF PREVIEWS

October 15, 2019

 

Class A Soccer Championship Series

Quarterfinals

Saturday

BOYS

Columbia Falls (7-4-0) at Frenchtown (7-3-2), 1 p.m.: The Wildcats bring two of the top five Class A goal scorers into the match in the form of Simon Magg (15 goals) and Niels Getts (13) who rank second and fourth, respectively. Frenchtown, though, has one of the stingiest back lines, giving up 13 goals, tied for second-best in the state.

Polson (4-8-0) at Laurel (10-2-0), 2 p.m.: The Locomotives play their first postseason match as a division champion. Laurel won the Eastern A’s top seed for the first time in school history. Laurel blanked the Pirates when the teams met earlier this season.

Stevensville (2-6-4) at Whitefish (12-0-0), 3 p.m.: Whitefish finished the regular season with a plus-70 goal differential by scoring the most goals (70) and giving up the fewest (7) in Class A.

Billings Central (7-4-2) at Corvallis (8-3-1), noon: Central earned the trip to Corvallis with a shootout victory over Livingston in a play-in match. Both the Rams and Corvallis have scored 32 goals this season, however, the Blue Devils have allowed 16 fewer goals.

GIRLS

Whitefish (8-4-0) at Missoula Loyola (7-4-1), 1 p.m.: Led by Lani Walker (23 goals) and Sydney Koppang (10), Loyola has dropped just one match in the last month. Whitefish counters with two double-digit goal scorers in Anna Cook (14) and Josie Schneider (10).

Polson (4-8-0) at Billings Central (11-1-0), 10 a.m.: The defending champion Rams boast the top-scoring offense in Class A with 89 goals. Morgan Ferestad leads the way with 23 goals. Central scored a 7-0 win over Polson earlier this season.

Stevensville (4-6-2) at Columbia Falls (11-1-0), 1 p.m.: Josie Windauer’s 31 goals is not only a state-best, but she set Columbia Falls' single-season goals record. Windauer’s tally is more than Stevensville (27) has scored this season, and, in fact, was more than seven of Class A’s 13 teams.

Laurel (11-2-0) at Corvallis (7-2-3), 2 p.m.: The Locos have the state’s second-leading scorer in freshman Mya Maack, who has scored 26 goals, and Laurel tied with Billings Central for fewest goals allowed (7). Corvallis has been stingy, too, giving up just 17 goals this season.

— Mike Scherting, 406mtsports.com

 

Corvallis, Stevensville soccer programs draw tough playoff tests

CORVALLIS — No game in the playoffs is supposed to be easy — by its very nature the best teams are playing against each other. The Corvallis and Stevensville boys and girls soccer teams both earned the right to be named among those "best teams."

But do the Bitterroot squads ever have their work cut out for them in the first round of the Class A state soccer playoffs starting Saturday.

Both Stevensville squads travel to the Flathead valley to take on the North A's top teams, and the Yellowjacket boys have the added tall task of trying to take down the defending Class A champion, Whitefish. The Stevensville girls draw Columbia Falls and Class A's leading scorer, Josie Windauer

The Corvallis boys and girls each get play on their home field Saturday afternoon by way of earning the South's No. 2 seed. For the Blue Devils girls that means a meeting with last year's runner up and perennial powerhouse, Laurel. The Corvallis boys draw Billings Central.

No. 3 Stevensville boys at No. 1 Whitefish, Saturday, 3 p.m.

The Whitefish boys aren't just the favorite, on paper, to win their first-round matchup against the Yellowjackets — they're likely the top pick to bring home a Class A state title this fall.

And that's exactly how Stevi coach Ralph Serrette wants the story line to be set.

"Nobody in the world expects us to win and that's to our benefit and works in our favor. We can play relaxed," the longtime Yellowjacket skipper said. "...They have a great team, we'll have our hands full, but if we play our game we play solid defense we can surprise them and maybe surprise a lot of people."

Not only is Whitefish the defending Class A champ, the Bulldogs are a perfect 12-0 overall this season. They've outscored their opponents 77-7 this year, according to www.leaguelineup.com/nwmta, and they have three of the state's Top 6 point scorers. 

Hamilton coach Randy Lint, who fell in a regular season finalé to the Yellowjackets for a trip to the postseason, described what it's going to take for Stevensville to score the upset.

"They have to park the bus and counter attack to Chance (Lester) who is really big and strong and fast and he can finish," Lint said. "Whitefish, I think, is going to spend most of the time in Stevensville's half, but Stevi's got good speed.

"Counterattacks can win games; that's how they got us."

Lester, who is tied for the South A conference lead in goals scored (11), is a big-bodied striker. Standing at 6-foot-2 and possession both speed and physicality often seen on an American football gridiron, Lester is someone the Yellowjackets can lean on against Whitefish.

Still, Serrette said it's going to take a team effort for the Yellowjackets to bring down Class A's Goliath — particularly from some of Stevi's unsung players.

"You hate to mention Chance's name because they'll read it in the paper, but I think they'll be surprised what Chance is able to do against them. But we can't just rely on Chance, it's a whole team an 11 player — actually a 14-player effort," Serrett said. "We're focusing on this week on getting our substitutes up to par with the rest of the team.

"Our key to winning is how well we can prepare our substitutes for this game. It's going to be key."

No. 3 Stevensville girls at No. 1 Columbia Falls, Saturday, 1 p.m.

The Stevensville girls will try to get the upsets started in the Flathead Valley Saturday against 11-1 overall Columbia Falls. To do so, the Yellowjackets will need to slow Josie Windauer.

That's likely every team's plan when it meets the Wildkats. The problem is it rarely works.

Windauer has scored a Class A-best 31 goals this season for C. Falls, and the University of Montana soccer recruit also leads the state in points scored with 6.09 per match, according to leaguelineup.com/nwmta.

"We got our work cut out for us, but we're going to try to slow her down and not give her any shots," Stevensville coach Nick Giese said. "She's going to be a force to reckoned with, so she has to be contained, but it's not just her. They have a ton of other weapons on the team."

Those include Madeline Robison, a returning all-stater with 14 goals and 14 assists this season, as well as all-state defender Flora Jarvis.

Simply put, there aren't a lot of holes for a C. Falls team that is outscoring its opponents 61-13 this season.

The Yellowjackets, though, have been stingy on defense, allowing just one goal in their last regular season game against Hamilton. Speedster Ashton Lewis has emerged as a stalwart in the middle alongside senior defender Taylor Springer.

"I can't do anything without Taylor. She stops the ball and I can kind of work somewhat as a sweeper," Lewis said. 

And coach Giese said the first practice of postseason week focused particularly on defense.

"We're working with (the back four) a lot this week and our defensive mids a lot this week to just try to really close the middle of the field down and not give them those easy in-behind through (passes)," Giese said. "We're just going to ask them to step up, put a lot of it on them and just have them play their game.

"Hopefully they play their best game."

No. 2 Laurel girls at No. 2 Corvallis, Saturday, 2 p.m.

Corvallis coach Dave Molesh sees Saturday's matchup of No. 2 seeds as a battle between the Locomotives' offense and the Blue Devils' defense. 

"We've been pretty good on defense this year and shutting down fast attackers so I think it's going to be an interesting matchup of their attack versus our defense," Molesh said.

The stats agree.

Corvallis, which went undefeated in conference play (5-0-3) but missed out on the South A top seed to Loyola Sacred Heart (6-1-1), only allowed eight goals in eight conference games. Overall, Corvallis' 17 goals against between conference and nonconference play is fourth best in Class A.

But the Blue Devils will have their hands full with Laurel.

The Locomotives have scored 83 goals overall this season, second most only to defending state champion Billings Central, which Laurel split with this year. Sisters Morgan and Mya Maack are the No. 7 and No. 2 goal scorers, respectively, in Class A, and last year's runners up are looking for their sixth straight championship game appearance.

"They like to get the ball to the midfield and send runners into the box. They have very fast wingers and we're going to have to try to shut that down," Molesh said. "They have a very strong and fast defense as well, so it's going to be an interesting battle. It depends on who can cover what."

No. 2 Billings Central boys at No. 2 Corvallis, Saturday, Noon

The "favorite" in any game is always up for debate, but the Corvallis boys likely have the best claim to the moniker out of the the Bitterroot schools first-round matchups.

Games aren't played on paper, though. Even if they were, the Blue Devils and Rams' game might be a toss-up.

Corvallis (8-3-1 overall) nearly had claim to the conference's No. 1 seed were it not for a tiebreaker loss to Frenchtown (7-3-2). The Blue Devils have all the makeup of a top seed, though, as the had the South A's best goal differential (plus-19 overall) and they tied with Frenchtown in allowing the second-fewest goals in the state (13 total).

Corvallis doesn't have the gaudy point scorers of other programs — only senior Trey Gross cracked the Top 20 (at 20th) in points scored — But the Devils win with defense. They've shut out six of their 12 opponents this year.

It'll be a code Central will try to crack. The Rams, which survived a State A playoff play-in game against Livingston by way of a 4-3 shootout win on Monday, improved to 7-4-2 overall and have an identical goals scored number with Corvallis (32).

But the Blue Devils maintain the goal differential advantage (19-3) which is the number that matters at the end of the day on the scoreboard.

Will it translate to first-round success Saturday?

 

Class A soccer playoffs begin today with quarterfinals and there are a number of possible title contenders that hail from the Flathead Valley.

The Whitefish and Columbia Falls boys finished as No. 1 and No. 2 seeds in Northern A respectively, and while Whitefish is the favorite, Columbia Falls is a not-so-dark horse that could make a strong title bid.

In girls soccer, Columbia Falls and Whitefish are No. 1 and No. 2 Northern A seeds. Columbia Falls is expected to have a long run and Whitefish should be included in that conversation.

Semifinals are Oct. 26 and the state title game is Nov. 2.

No. 1 North, Whitefish (12-0)

vs.

No. 3 South, Stevensville (2-6-4),

3 p.m. at Smith Fields

The Whitefish Bulldogs, defending Class A state champions, are the undisputed favorite to win another title.

Whitefish is undefeated at 12-0 overall and have outscored opponents 77-7 and has three of the state’s top six point scorers in Casey Schneider, Ian Lacey and Sam Menicke.

“We’re prepared for this, we’re hungry,” coach John Lacey said.”Its doesn’t feel ike pressure but the opportunity to get this done. We’re not laying on any laurels from this season or last.”

 Whitefish’s title bid in 2018 was its first since 2012 and the school’s six state championships are the most in Class A.

The Bulldogs have been contenders for most of recent memory.

In 2017, the Bulldogs lost to Belgrade in the tile game and beat Polson the year after in the 2018 title game.

Many of those players from last year’s final, 10 of 11 starters to be exact, are still on the team and a few were in the final two years ago.

It’s no secret that depth has been key in Whitefish’s dominant run.

“I would say that any sport any level returning that quantity of quality is appreciated,” Lacey said. “I would be comfortable playing any one of the 20 guys on our roster. They’ve all played in playoffs. No one is unfamiliar with what we’re about.”

Stevensville is the South No. 3 seed and a somewhat unfamilar opponent as the two teams have not played each other in five years.

“At this point we’ve just got to focus on our strengths and dictating out style of play,” Lacey said. “We aren’t going to stray from what’s gotten us here. We’re gonna try to continue to play Whitefish soccer.”

No. 2 North, Columbia Falls (7-4-1)

at No. 1 South, Frenchtown (7-3-2), 1 p.m.

With Whitefish dominating the Northern A division, it would be easy enough to overlook the Columbia Falls Wildcats.

But coach O’Brien Byrd would beg to differ. “I’ve got a special feeling about this group,” he said. “If we play our cards right, it could get interesting.”

The Wildcats boast two scorers in the top five of Class A, junior Simon Magg with 15 goals and 38 points and junior Niels Getts at 13 goals and 31 points.

“They’re guys that are tough to keep off the scoreboard,” Byrd said. “Our attack is potent enough. The only team that’s kept us off the scoreboard this year is Whitefish.”

Magg and Getts are two of several returning players from last season who experienced the loss to Polson in the 2018 play-in game and that are hungry to make it farther this year.

“We’ve practiced all week long super focused,” Byrd said. “The only team that can beat us in this game is ourselves. Even though we’re taking on a tough opponent, if we stick to our game plane we can beat them and get to the semifinals. The key is focus.”

Frenchtown is a team that doesn’t score much but also keeps things tight defensively. The Broncs have only allowed 13 goals against this season, second in the state, and scored 24.

“We know their stats,” Byrd said. “They’re relatively stingy on defense. They’ve got a lot of things going for them. We just can’t feel the pressure. We’ve got to apply it.”

Girls

No. 1 North, Columbia Falls (11-1)

vs. No. 3 South,

Stevensville (4-6-2)

Stevensville will have its hands full with state title favorite Columbia Falls Wildkats and Class A leading scorer Josie Windauer.

Windauer, a University of Montana soccer commit, set a Columbia Falls school record with 31 regular-season goals. She also has 67 points and averages 6.09 points per game.

Maddie Robison feeds Windauer for many of her goals and has 14 goals and 42 points.

The Wildkats have outscored opponents 61-13 this season.

Last year Columbia Falls lost to Laurel in the first round of the playoffs.

Stevensville is known as a tight defensive team and its strategy will undoubtedly be to to try to slow down the Wildkats’ attack as well as Windauer.

No. 2 North, Whitefish (8-4)

at No. 1 South, Missoula Loyola (7-4-1)

1 p.m.

Whitefish has some firepower with double-digit goal scorers Josie Schneider and Anna Cook as it faces off with Missoula Loyola, who has only lost one game in the past month.

The Bulldogs may be able to take advantage of Loyola’s back line, which has allowed 34 goals this season.

Whitefish has outscored opponents 45-23. Against conference opponents, that number improves to 40-11.

Last year Whitefish lost to eventual state champion Billings Central in the semifinals.

 

 

 

 


Monday, October 14, 2019 'A' SOCCER SCORES/STATS

October 14, 2019

 

BOYS
Monday, October 14, 2019
BILLINGS CENTRAL 4 PARK 4 4-3 SO--PLAYIN GAME
Saturday, October 19, 2019
PLAYOFFS--1ST ROUND--QTRFINAL
COLUMBIA FALLS @ FRENCHTOWN
WHITEFISH V STEVENSVILLE
LAUREL V POLSON
CORVALLIS V BILLINGS CENTRAL
GIRLS
Monday, October 14, 2019
LAUREL 5 PARK 0
Saturday, October 19, 2019
PLAYOFFS--1ST ROUND--QTRFINAL
LOYOLA V WHITEFISH
BILLINGS CENTRAL V POLSON
COLUMBIA FALLS V STEVENSVILLE
CORVALLIS V LAUREL

 

Billings Central wins thriller over Livingston in Class A boys soccer play-in game

BILLINGS — It was fitting the match came down to a shootout.

Evenly played and featuring plenty of momentum swings, Billings Central and Livingston were tied 2-2 at the end of regulation and 4-4 after overtime, which included two 10-minute extra sessions.

In the end, and with the sunlight starting to fade, the Rams outshot the Rangers 4-3 in the shootout to claim the Class A boys soccer-play in victory Monday at Wendy’s Field at Rocky Mountain College.

For the Rams, Felipe Gnecco, Sam Dull, Camden Capser and goalie Myles Ragar converted on their shootout attempts. For Livingston, Gus Schulein, Tristan Stenseth and Nathan Brown were successful in the shootout.

With both teams having made three penalty kicks in the shootout, Ragar put in his attempt to give the Rams the advantage. The 6-foot-5 sophomore then blocked the Rangers’ final attempt and the Rams ran to the goal in celebration. Ragar made two saves in the shootout.

“I’ve taken a couple in my life,” Ragar said of making the shootout kick. “I wasn’t nervous and stayed composed. I was confident in myself.”

Ragar said shootouts are stressful. Of six opportunities, the Rams made shots No. 1, 4, 5 and 6. The Rangers were successful on shots No. 2, 4 and 5.

“It’s really nerve-racking. You know if they miss you have to help them out,” he said. “It’s a nerve-racking situation.”

Central will now play Corvallis in the quarterfinals of the State A soccer tournament this weekend. The date and time will be finalized and announced on Tuesday.

“We played well. We put together two really good halves of soccer and two halves of OT,” Rams coach Nolan Trafton said. “I don’t think any coach wants to go to a shootout. I like how my boys responded to the ups and downs and the momentum swings.”

Dull scored the Rams first goal with 33:54 on the clock in the first. Adam Mathias answered for Livingston with 9:45 remaining in the half and it was 1-1 at the break.

Stenseth scored the first of his three goals with 25:29 remaining on a free kick in the second half. Gnecco evened the score at 2-2 with 5:58 left in regulation.

In the first 10-minute portion of overtime before the two teams switched sides, Gnecco found the net with 8:27 on the scoreboard.

The 3-2 Rams’ lead would not last long as Stenseth scored at 7:53 and 5:16 of the second 10-minute extra session. Needing a score, the Rams’ Isaac Hanser put the ball in the net at 2:34 for a 4-4 match.

The Rams’ girls soccer team, which will host Polson in a Class A soccer tournament quarterfinal this weekend at Wendy’s Field at RMC, had a practice session on the grass adjacent to Wendy’s Field but found their way to the cheering section to root on the Central boys and when Gnecco’s goal tied the score at 2-2 late in the second half, the Rams’ faithful erupted in cheer.

“That was really good to see. They got a little light one in and their one job was to be loud and proud,” Trafton said. “They did a good job. I could hear them from here.”

Gnecco said hearing the girls soccer team and the rest of the fans “motivated” the Rams and they “didn’t want to let our school down.”

“I just wanted to step up and do everything I could,” Gnecco said of his two goals. “I want to be there for my teammates and not let them down.”

Livingston coach Jeff Dickerson said Stenseth, a junior midfielder/forward, has been a stellar player for the Rangers all season.

“He’s been leading the state and playing great for us,” Dickerson said. “He missed a game for sickness a week ago. We are pretty happy with him.”

Dickerson said he was proud of the way his team played this season. Livingston has one senior, Mathias, listed on the roster. Dickerson also noted that although Livingston had a player ejected from the match, the Rangers found a way to compete.

“We’ve been closely matched,” he said. “I feel like we outplayed them today, especially since we were down a player for 60 minutes. I’m proud of our team playing down 10 vs. 11.”

PARK GOALS=STENSETH=3; MATHIAS

PARK AST=BROWN,N=2; STENSETH

 BC GOALS=GNECCO=2; DULL; HANSER

BC AST=GNECCO; CASPER

 GIRLS

 LAUREL 5 PARK 0

 LAU GOALS=COTTER; MAACK,MOR; MAACK,MYA; GRAMMAR; WILLIS

LAU AST=COTTER; MAACK,MOR; SPITZER; BREEN

 


Saturday, October 12, 2019 'A' SOCCER SCORES/STATS

October 12, 2019

 

GIRLS

Saturday, October 12, 2019
BIGFORK 2 POLSON 0
WHITEFISH 2 LIBBY 0
CORVALLIS 5 FRENCHTOWN 1
STEVENSVILLE 1 HAMILTON 1
BILLINGS CENTRAL 10 PARK 0

BOYS

BIGFORK 1 POLSON 0
WHITEFISH 12 LIBBY 2
CORVALLIS 1 FRENCHTOWN 0
STEVENSVILLE 2 HAMILTON 2
BILLINGS CENTRAL 5 PARK 2

 

GIRLS

 BILLINGS CENTRAL 10 PARK 0

Central        
  Goal   Assist
  Molly Molvig   Unassisted
  Morgan Ferestad   Zoie Althoff
  Zoie Althoff   Molly Molvig
  Solei Elletson   Molly Molvig
  Morgan Ferestad   Unassisted
  Solei Elletson   Molly Molvig
  Alexa Hanser   Molly Molvig
  Morgan Ferestad   Solei Elletson
  Zoie Althoff   Solei Elletson
  Caddie Reichert   Unassisted

 

BIGFORK 2 POLSON 0

 BF GOALS

Guenzler,B 10=2

 

HAMILTON 1 STEVI 1

HAM GOAL=FREDERICK

STEVI GOAL=THORSELL

 

WHITEFISH 2 LIBBY 0

WF GOALS=ANDERSON; BARRON

WF AST=VINE

 

CORVALLIS 5 FRENCHTOWN 1

FT GOAL=TEAGLE

CORV GOALS=HICKEY=2; KING; WOLSKY; DOWD

CORV AST=LORDS; KING; BOAZ

 

 BOYS

BILLINGS CENTRAL 5 PARK 2

Central        
  Goal   Assist
  Camden Capser   Christian Fink
  Sam Dull   Jan Mollemeier
  Christian Fink   Sam Dull
  Julien   Felipe Gnecco
  Sam Dull   Free kick
Park        
  Goal   Assist
  Tristan Stenseth   Gus Schulein
  Tristan Stenseth    

Whitefish 12, Libby 2 (11-1, half)

Shots WF 16, Libby 7
Corners WF 9, Libby 3
Fouls WF 10, Libby 5
Saves WF 4 (Bradlee Anderson, Will Peppmeier), Libby 4 (Owen Enyeart)
 
WF 3rd minute, Chase Sabin goal, James Thompson assist
WF 7th, Sam Menicke goal, Ian Lacey assist
WF 8th, Brandon Mendoza goal, Casey Schneider assist
WF 13th, Schneider goal, S. Menicke assist
WF 15th, Schneider goal
WF 16th, Mendoza goal, Sabin assist
WF 17th, Riley Arendt goal, Lacey assist
Libby 22nd, Moxly Roeseler-Begalke (Kite Jenkins)
WF 26th, Arendt goal, Sabin assist
WF 29th, Marvin Kimera goal, Sabin assist
WF 38th, Kimera goal, Gabe Menicke assist
WF 39th, G. Menicke goal
WF 67th, Arendt goal, Thompson assist
Libby 77th, Jenkins goal, Steven Valencia assist

 

 Stevi Boys = 2

Hamilton = 2
Scoring and Assist for Stevensville
Chance Lester assisted by Oliver Post
Carlos Morales (DFK) - No Assist

 HAMILTON GOALS

Kyle Guisinger
Aryton Duncan
 

CORVALLIS 1 FRENCHTOWN 0

CORV GOAL=

Chris Gonzalez

 

BIGFORK 1 POLSON 0

 BF GOAL=PILSKALNS

 

LIBBY — Seven different players helped the Whitefish Bulldogs beat the Libby Loggers 12-2 in its final regular season game in Northern A soccer.

Whitefish heads into the postseason unbeaten at 12-0.

Riley Arendt scored a hat trick for Whitefish and Casey Schneider had two goals and an assist.

Chase Sabin scored a goal and assisted on two goals.

Whitefish 11 1 — 12

Libby 1 1 —  2

WF — Chase Sabin (James Thompson) 3:00

WF — Sam Menicke (Ian Lacey) 7:00

WF — Brandon Mendoza (Casey Schneider) 8:00

WF — Schneider (S. Menicke) 13:00

WF — Schneider 15:00

WF — Mendoza (Sabin) 16:00

WF — Riley Arendt (Lacey) 17:00

L — Moxly Roeseler-Begalke (Kite Jenkins) 22:00

WF — Arendt (Sabin) 26:00

WF — Marvin Kimera (Sabin) 29:00

WF — Kimera (Gabe Menicke) 38:00

WF — G. Menicke 39:00

WF — Arendt (Thompson) 67:00

L — Jenkins (Steven Valencia) 77:00 

Shots on goal — Whitefish 16, Libby 7; Goalie saves — Whitefish 4 (Bradlee Anderson, Will Peppmeier), Libby 4 (Owen Enyeart); Corner kicks — Whitefish 9, Libby 3; Fouls — Whitefish 10, Libby 5.

Girls

Bigfork 2, Polson 0

BIGFORK — The Valkyries finished their season with a big win over Polson (4-8 overall, 3-5 conference) at Bigfork High School.

Brette Guenzler scored both Bigfork (2-10, 2-6) goals.

“Ashton McAnally was a standout in midfield,” Bigfork coach Tim Guenzler said. “Nya Schara anchored the back line. To win against a team like Polson was a big win for our program.”

Polson 0 0 — 0

Bigfork 1 1 —  2

B — Brette Guenzler 6:00

B — Guenzler 68:00

Goalie saves — Bigfork 14 (Nevaeh Carlin).

Last Chance: Stevensville boys, Chance Lester, secure playoff spot, Stevi girls also clinch

STEVENSVILLE — The Stevensville boys' soccer team came out on the right side of a draw Saturday, breaking through four years of frustration with a 2-2 tie against Hamilton that secured a playoff spot for the Yellowjackets. It's the first time the Stevi boys have been dancing in the State A playoffs since 2015. 

Meaning it's the first time three Yellowjacket seniors — Chance Lester, Ben Schreiber and Wesson Cook — have had a taste of the postseason.

"I said to the team before the we played the game, 'This was the most important soccer game that I have ever played,'" Schreiber said. "To win it, especially on senior night... It just feels amazing."

Lester, who leads Stevensville with 11 goals, according to leaguelineup.com/nwmta, scored the game's first goal and gave the Yellowjackets' a 1-0 advantage headed into halftime. His brief celebration of the score — a low shot from the right side of the net that crossed in front of the Hamilton goalie and bounced in the net off the far-left post — serving as a prep career postseason-less exorcism.

"It was such a great moment because I knew that we weren't going to get a lot of shots off because they wanted it, too," Lester said. "I knew I needed to get a goal in early to get the team up and going.

"It's my last year, me, Ben and Wesson, the three seniors on the team really wanted to go, so we just wanted to get there."

Both Stevensville coach Ralph Serrette and Hamilton coach Randy Lint had high praise for the big-bodied striker.

"...He's really big and strong and fast and can finish," Lint said.

"Chance is the leading scorer... and he better not be denied all-state because that guy is an all-state player," Serrette said. 

The lead that Lester built was, effectively, a two-goal advantage. The Jackets held a head-to-head tiebreaker over Hamilton and needed just a tie to clinch the South's No. 3 seed.

Stevensville's margin became a goal greater just 6 minutes into the second half as Luke Gross scored on a beautiful sneak-attack direct kick. The set play started with a fake kick from Carlos Morales, and Gross ran in from behind. Gross scooted his shot just to the right side of Hamilton's defensive wall, and he bent the ball into the low-right corner of the net for a 2-0 lead with 34 minutes remaining in the regular-season finalé.

From there, Stevensville just had to survive a Hamilton rally that nearly netted Hamilton a third straight postseason appearance. 

The Broncs got on the board in the 65th minute on an Aryton Duncon goal. Duncan avoided a slide tackle from Morales and shot the ball the opposite direction of his momentum, crossing up the Yellowjacket netminder and cutting into Stevi's lead, 2-1.

Four minutes later, Duncan again carried the ball into Stevensville penalty area and fired. His shot didn't go, but a scrum around the net saw the ball get behind the Stevensville goalie and to the waiting right foot of Kyle Guisinger. He buried the shot and tied the game, 2-2.

"If you gotta go out, that's how you want to go out, fighting to the bitter end," Hamilton coach Randy Lint said. "Second half, it had to been fun for the fans to watch because both teams really, really wanted to win today."

The Broncs' last gasp fell a goal short, but Stevensville had to hold its breath.

"I'm just thinking don't let the ball past me, don't let it in the net," said Schreiber, Stevesnville's goalie and one of the team's captains.

For Lester, who was dealt a yellow card in stoppage time after an impressive counter attack nearly netted the strike a goal, the final 2 minutes and change were particularly heart stopping. The senior captain had to watch Hamilton's onslaught from the sidelines.

But when the final whistle blew, sending Stevensville to the playoffs for the first time since 2015, Lester was quickly back on the field to celebrate with the team.

The Yellowjackets (2-6-4 overall, 2-2-4 in conference) draw defending state champion Whitefish in the State A playoff opener (12-0-0 overall). Hamilton finished the season 6-5-1, 3-4-1.

Stevensville girls 1, Hamilton 1

The Yellowjacket girls got the playoff party started Saturday with their 1-1 tie against Hamilton. Stevensville held a similar tiebreaker advantage over the Broncs and could have opted to park the bus after taking a 1-0 lead on an Anikah Thorsell goal in the first minute of the second half.

But after Hamilton's Katie Frederick knotted the score with a free-kick goal, the Yellowjackets turned up the offensive pressure.

Though they didn't break through for another goal, Stevensville possessed the ball in the Hamilton zone for large swaths of the second half, keeping Hamilton from developing a go-ahead chance.

"They had a pretty good attack and came at us a few times, so I didn't want a simple defensive mistake to put us behind," Stevi girls' coach Nick Giese said. "I felt it was better to keep the pressure on and keep it in our attacking half."

Thorsell put a long-range shot off the post as the Yellowjackets peppered freshman goalie Lexi Brenneman late.

Brenneman held strong, though, and the Broncs mustered a counter attack with Rylee Wiediger late in the second half. Wiediger got in behind the defense, but before the all-state forward could get a shot on net, fullback Ashton Lewis caught her.

Lewis made the tackle and kicked the ball out-of-bounds to end the threat.

"She's our lifesaver quite a few times," Giese said of Lewis. "That moment you're talking about I thought it was over, but knowing Ash is back there and her speed and the angles she takes, she's a huge part of that defense."

Lewis and the rest of the Yellowjackets will get that defense put to the test in the State A playoff opener. Stevensville (4-6-2 overall) will travel to face Columbia Falls (11-1-0), and the state's leading scorer in Josie Windauer next week.

 


Thursday, October 10, 2019 'A' SOCCER SCORES/STATS

October 10, 2019

 

GIRLS

Thursday, October 10, 2019
COLUMBIA FALLS 8 LIBBY 0
WHITEFISH 9 POLSON 2
LOYOLA 5 FRENCHTOWN 1
CORVALLIS 0 HAMILTON 0

BOYS

COLUMBIA FALLS 9 LIBBY 2
WHITEFISH 5 POLSON 0
LOYOLA 3 FRENCHTOWN 1
CORVALLIS 3 HAMILTON 0

 

GIRLS

LOYOLA 5 FRENCHTOWN 1

LOY GOALS=KOPPANG=3; WALKER; RIES

FTOWN GOAL=TEAGLE

 

WHITEFISH 9 POLSON 2

POL GOALS=BURLAND=2

POL AST=MODERIE

WF GOALS=COOK=4; BARRON; SCHNEIDER; OLSON=2; LACEY

WF AST=BENKELMAN=3; SCHNEIDER=2; COOK=2; OLSON; LACEY

 

COL FALLS 8 LIBBY 0

CF GOALS=WINDAUER=5; ROBISON; HEINZ; PURCELL

CF AST=ROBISON=4; JARVIS,G; MCALEAVEY

 

 BOYS

Whitefish 5, Polson 0 (4-0 Half)
Shots WF 10, Pol 3
Corners WF 7, Pol 0
Fouls WF 13, Pol 7
Saves WF 3 (Colter Upton, Bradlee Anderson), Pol 5 (Gabe Mergenthaler)
 
WF 5th min, Casey Schneider goal, Ian Lacey assist
WF 15, Lacey goal, Darby McCarthy assist 
WF 20, James Thompson goal, Lacey assist
WF 21, Thompson goal, Chase Sabin assist
WF 67, Marvin Kimera goal, Gabe Menicke assist

 

 LOYOLA 3 FRENCHTOWN 1

Loyola stats
 
Danny Kaleva 5 saves on 6 shots
Raef Konzen Goal in the 15th minute
Jace Kruer assist
Kolbe Schricte Goal in the 69th minute(unassisted)
Kade Kruer Goal in the 75th minute
Jace Kruer Assist
 
Frenchtown Stats
 
Jeff Jacobs goal Free Kick in the 30th minute
 
Halftime score 
 
Loyola 1 - 1 Frenchtown
 

CORVALLIS 3 HAMILTON 0

CORV GOALS=HICKEY; WILSON; WOLSKY

 

CFALLS 9 LIBBY 2

 CF GOALS=GETTS; MAGG; CARL; GOLAN; TRENERRY; HOFFMAN; NICHOLS; SANDSTROM; TAMBURELLI

CF AST=ALBIN=2; CARL; NICHOLS; SANDSTROM; STEMBORSKI

LIB GOALS=ROSELER-BAGALKE=2

COLUMBIA FALLS — Josie Windauer broke the Columbia Falls school record for goals scored in a season with her fifth goal of the night in an 8-0 rout of Polson in Northern A soccer on Thursday night at Columbia Falls High School.

Windauer has scored 31 goals, breaking the old record of 30 held by Danielle Deventhal. And there’s potential for her to score even more with playoffs looming.

“Josie deserves it more than anyone,” Columbia Falls coach Thomas Clark said. “Pretty unique when you get to see two players break school records in the same game.”

Maddie Robison assisted on each of Windauer’s goals and tied the Columbia Falls school record of 14 in a season.

The Wildkats are 11-1 overall and 8-0 in conference play.

“I’m so proud of this group of seniors,” Clark said. “I can’t think of another group of seniors I would have rather coached my first year. They are going to go down as one of the best teams in program history.”

The Wildkats have eight days off before playoffs begin Oct. 19.

Columbia Falls 6 2 — 8

Libby 0 0 —  0

CF — Josie Windauer (Maddie Robison) 4:00

CF — Windauer (Robison) 6:00

CF — Robison 15:00

CF — Windauer (Robison) 23:00

CF — Lexi Purcell (Gwen Jarvis) 30:00

CF — Windauer 35:00

CF — Windauer (record breaker, single season goal scoring record, 31) (Robison) 55:00

CF — Cheyanne Johnston-Heinze (Morgan McAleavey) 65:00

Shots on goal — Libby 1, Columbia Falls 20; Goalie saves — Libby 10, Columbia Falls 3 (Ave McDonald, Zoey Byrd); Corner kicks — Libby 0, Columbia Falls 4; Fouls — Libby 3, Columbia Falls 5; Cards — None.

Whitefish 9, Polson 2

POLSON — Anna Cook scored four goals in an easy victory for the Whitefish Bulldogs over the Polson Pirates (4-7 overall, 3-4 conference) in Northern A soccer.

Sophie Olson scored two goals.

Maya Lacey, Josephine Brown and Emma Barron alsow scored for the Bulldogs (7-4, 5-2).

Whitefish plays its final game of the season at 10 a.m. Saturday in Libby.

Whitefish 5 4 —  9

Polson 0 2 —  2

WF — Anna Cook 15:00

WF — Maya Lacey 17:00

WF — Cook 18:00

WF — Sophie Olson 22:00

WF — Cook 29:00

WF — Josephine Brown 48:00

WF —  Emma Barron 54:00

WF — Cook 54:00

WF — Olson 62:00

Shots on goal — Whitefish 23, Polson 11; Goalie saves — Whitefish 9, Polson 14; Corner kicks — Whitefish 2, Polson 3; Fouls — Whitefish 5, Polson 0, Cards — None.

Scoring information for Polson was not available.

Boys

Columbia Falls 9, Libby 2

COLUMBIA FALLS — The Wildcats put on a show for Columbia Falls’ senior night, cruising to a win against Libby (0-11 overall, 0-7) after leading 8-0 at the half.

“You couldn’t write a better senior night for us,” Columbia Falls coach O’Brien Byrd said. “We told the boys before we went on the field, make a memory. It was a big one for us. A special night.”

Columbia Falls (7-4-1, 6-2) scored five goals in the first 10 minutes of the game and added three more before the half.

All senior field players scored a goal in the win. Senior goalkeeper Story Stemborski assisted on Mikey Tamburelli’s goal.

It was a beautiful night for our seniors and our future Wildcats got some playing time,” Byrd said. “It was a good night.”

The Wildcats’ first playoff game will be Oct. 19. Opponent to be announced.

Columbia Falls 8 1 —  9

Libby 0 2 —  2

CF — Niels Getts (Jason Albin) 1:00

CF — Simon Magg 3:00

CF — Johnny Carl 4:00

CF — Noah Golan 9:00

CF — Preston Trinary (Albin) 10:00

CF — Seth Hoffman (Carl) 21:00

CF — Walton Nichols (Reed Sandstrom) 32:00

CF — Sandstrom (Nichols) 38:00

CF —  Mikey Tamborelli (Story Stemborski) 65:00

L — Moxley Roeseler-Begalke 68:00

L — Roeseler-Begalke 75:00

Shots on goal — Libby 5, Columbia Falls 14; Goalie saves —  Libby 8 (Owen Enyearp), Columbia Falls 3 (Story STemborski); Corner kicks — Libby 0, Columbia Falls 4; Fouls — Libby 4, Columbia falls 4; Cards — None.

Whitefish 5, Polson 0

POLSON — James Thompson scored two goals for the Whitefish Bulldogs as they rolled to another win, this time beating the Polson Pirates.

The Bulldogs are undefeated at 11-0 and have one more game remaining in the regular season before the playoff slate begins.

Ian Lacey scored a goal and assisted on Casey Schneider and Thompson’s goals.

Chase Sabin assisted on Thompson’s second goal.

Whitefish plays an away game at Libby at 12 p.m. on Saturday.

Whitefish 4 1 —  5

Polson 0 0 —  0

Shots on goal — Whitefish 10, Polson 3; Goalie saves — Whitefish 3 (Colter Upton, Bradlee Anderson), Polson 5 (Gabe Mergenthaler; Corner kicks — Whitefish 7, Polson 0; Fouls — Whitefish 13, Polson 7.

WF — Casey Schneider (Ian Lacey) 5:00

WF — Lacey (Darby McCarthy) 15:00

WF — James Thompson (Lacey) 20:00

WF — Thompson (Chase Sabin) 21:00

WF — Marvin Kimera (Gabe Menicke) 67:00

 

Tenacious Twins: Dynamic strikers spark Loyola girls soccer team to 2nd straight league title

FRENCHTOWN — A tandem so captivating and dangerous definitely deserves a nickname.

Call them the Tenacious Twins.

Loyola Sacred Heart senior Sydney Koppang and sophomore Lani Walker have a habit of taking over when they step on the soccer pitch together. It's not at all surprising, really, when you consider the way they operate as starting guards for the Breakers' highly-touted basketball team.

Koppang and Walker finished up their final regular-season soccer campaign together with a predictably dominating effort Thursday. Koppang scored three goals with one assist and Walker added a goal and two assists in a 5-1 win at Frenchtown.

Loyola secured a second straight Southern A championship with the win and Corvallis' 0-0 tie at Hamilton. The Breakers boast a league mark of 6-1-1 and the second-place Blue Devils are at 4-0-3 with one regular-season match remaining.

Loyola has dropped just one match in the last four weeks. The Breakers (7-4-1) will take a full head of steam into their tournament opener a week from Saturday at Rollin Field.

With Koppang and Walker on the attack, the Breakers are a good bet to at least reach the state semifinals.

"They're fun to watch because of the way they pass the ball and work it up the field and they both have a great shot," Breakers coach Stephanie Reardon said. "They work hard for each other and the team. They're great leaders with their work ethic."

Koppang and Walker actually compete in three sports together if you count track and field. Their chemistry comes in handy on the pitch.

"It makes us closer and we play a lot better together since we're having fun," Walker said. "I like how we're making our runs right now and everybody is getting back on defense."

 


PARK V BILLINGS CENTRAL PLAY FOR POSTSEASON SEEDING

October 11, 2019

 

Billings Central-Livingston soccer matches have postseason implications

 

BILLINGS -- The Billings Central soccer teams close out their regular seasons Saturday with the postseason positioning still undecided.

The Rams host Livingston at Herb Klindt Field at Rocky Mountain College. The girls match starts at 10 a.m. and the boys follow at noon.

If the Central girls win by more than five goals, they'll claim the top seed in the Eastern A by goal differential over Laurel. If Central (10-1-0, 2-1-0) wins by fewer than five goals, or if Livingston (4-6-1, 0-3-0) wins, Laurel will be the top seed.

A play-in match between the No. 2 and No. 3 seeds in the conference is scheduled for Monday.

Laurel's boys have already clinched the top seed in the East, so Saturday's match between the Rams (5-4-2, 0-2-1) and Livingston (3-5-3, 0-2-1) will determine which team hosts Monday's play-in match.

 


CFALLS KATS WORKING TOWARD STATE TITLE

October 10, 2019

 

Roar of the Wildkats

Columbia Falls’ Josie Windauer is in the midst what should be a record-breaking season, and her team is on its way to what could be the school’s first state title in 15 years

 

Josie Windauer is lurking near the midfield line.

The senior forward at Columbia Falls High School has a Whitefish defender by her side, and another one, two or three in the vicinity, their eyes never veering far from the 5-foot-9 Wildkat in their midst.

Whitefish will possess the ball most of the match on Oct. 1 in Columbia Falls, with Wildkat midfielders and defenders packing inside their own zone to keep dangerous Bulldogs strikers at bay, and they will shut out the Bulldogs despite the possession disadvantage. Windauer, meanwhile, is stationed near midfield, casting an imposing physical shadow — she is a daily visitor to the weight room — but appearing otherwise unassuming without the ball at her feet.

Josie Windauer is lurking near the midfield line.

The senior forward at Columbia Falls High School has a Whitefish defender by her side, and another one, two or three in the vicinity, their eyes never veering far from the 5-foot-9 Wildkat in their midst.

Whitefish will possess the ball most of the match on Oct. 1 in Columbia Falls, with Wildkat midfielders and defenders packing inside their own zone to keep dangerous Bulldogs strikers at bay, and they will shut out the Bulldogs despite the possession disadvantage. Windauer, meanwhile, is stationed near midfield, casting an imposing physical shadow — she is a daily visitor to the weight room — but appearing otherwise unassuming without the ball at her feet.

When the Wildkats secure a possession, the offense slides forward without much resistance. Midfielders are granted acres of green grass in front of and around them, giving them ample time to survey the landscape. All the while, Windauer prowls the middle of the field and sizes up her prey. Any time a pass reaches her feet, the large Whitefish contingent in the stands holds its collective breath. Later in the match, with the final outcome no longer in doubt, the loudest Whitefish cheer of the night will come when Windauer has the ball stolen by a Bulldogs defender.

Windauer can be electrifying on the ball, but on this night she is mostly a ruthless, clinical destroyer of defenses. Three times against the Bulldogs, she will corral a pass, shield the ball with her body, employ a clean, quick, well-practiced move to either muscle through or burst around the back line, and scorch a shot into the back of the net.

What she can do on the soccer field, her coach says, will “strike fear into your soul.”

Josie Windauer right, of Columbia Falls celebrates with teammate Sydney Mann after Windauer’s opening goal during a match against Whitefish at Columbia Falls High School on Oct. 1, 2019. Columbia Falls beat Whitefish 3-0. Hunter D’Antuono | Flathead Beacon

The 3-0 win on Oct. 1 gave the Wildkats a rare season sweep of their archrivals and all but clinched the Northern A conference title, something they would do with a win over Polson two days later. Through 10 games this season, the Wildkats are 9-1-0 (6-0-0 in the Northern A), and Columbia Falls has all the makings of a team that could break through and end a decade of dominance in Class A girls soccer by a pair of schools out east.

This is far more than a one-woman team, too, with all-state talent at all three levels, but Windauer is where all the attention goes. And teams still struggle to stop her.

“I would make her have to beat four or five (defenders),” first-year Columbia Falls head coach Thomas Clark said, imagining how he would slow down his superstar striker. “In most cases, teams have asked other players to beat them and not let Josie beat them. And Josie still beats them.”

There are almost no weaknesses in Windauer’s game. She is a terrific natural athlete, with a quick, explosive burst and all-state track speed, and her strength is unrivaled by almost any other prep athlete, regardless of sport. She is a hard-working, well-practiced dribbler who knows the game well, and her finishing ability is otherworldly.

“It’s really ludicrous when we’re doing our finishing drills in pregame,” Clark said. “She just strikes it with power and precision that I haven’t really seen at this level.”

Windauer had 26 goals this season as of Oct. 7, just four shy of the single-season school record set by Danielle Delventhal in 2011. With regular-season matches remaining against conference bottom-dwellers Bigfork and Libby, along with at least one state playoff match, Windauer is on pace to break Delventhal’s mark and is even within shouting distance of the all-state single-season record of 37. Windauer has 75 career goals, seventh-most in state history, even after missing most of her freshman year with an injury.

It is no surprise, then, that when University of Montana soccer coach Chris Citowicki saw Windauer at a camp in Missoula last year he quickly offered a scholarship. Windauer accepted and will become the first Columbia Falls graduate to play Division I soccer when she suits up for the Griz next fall, and the first Flathead Valley girls soccer player to earn a Division I scholarship since Flathead’s Tess Brenneman (Montana) in 2012.

Windauer, like Brenneman was, is a three-sport athlete who has excelled in each one. She was a second team all-conference basketball player as a junior and she has been part of two all-state 4×400 relay teams, narrowly missing another all-state finish in the 400 last season.

Josie Windauer of Columbia Falls listens to her coach at halftime of a match against Whitefish at Columbia Falls High School on Oct. 1, 2019. Hunter D’Antuono | Flathead Beacon

Despite all of her athletic success, Windauer says she was a shy child who “was not into sports, at all,” before her parents coerced her to give them a shot. She joined her first travel soccer team in sixth grade and has made tremendous strides as a player despite, or maybe because of, her split responsibilities during the school year.

“(My parents) said that in the small time you have each season, do whatever you can to get better,” Windauer said. “It helps me take a break from certain sports and use other parts of your body … and it helps me get my mind off the other sports.”

Windauer’s heart, though, has always been with soccer. She said she “feels free” when playing the so-called beautiful game, and even before she enjoys her likely place atop the Columbia Falls record books she is hoping to help her team end one of the more remarkable stretches of dominance in Montana prep sports. Starting in 2008, every Class A state championship in girls soccer has been won by either Laurel (twice) or Billings Central (nine times), and each of the last four years the championship matchup has been the same — Laurel vs. Billings Central.

Columbia Falls made a road trip earlier this year to play both of the state’s bellwethers and came back home with a split, beating Laurel 2-1 and falling 3-1 to Billings Central. Both teams employed second-half defenses specifically designed to slow or stop Windauer, but she scored all three Wildkats goals on that trip anyway. Moreover, Windauer believes she and her teammates learned from both matches in a way that could help them down the road.

“We’re the most athletic team in the state,” she said. “We played the two teams that are probably the hardest teams that we’re going to play all year and we held our own. There are things that we noticed about them that we (can) practice so we’re ready for them the next time.”

Windauer is certain to see all kinds of attention and unique schemes designed to stop her come the state tournament, which begins later this month, but whatever adjustments the opposition makes to stop her have a positive counter-effect on the rest of the Wildkats. Columbia Falls already has a talented back line, anchored by all-state senior Flora Jarvis, and young wings and midfielders like freshman Sydney Mann, and sophomores Maddie Robison and Cheyanne Johnston-Heinz have ample opportunity and ability to create scoring chances, with or without Windauer.

Clark, who was an assistant coach in Columbia Falls in 2017 and 2018, knows just how unique of a roster he inherited and the kind of opportunity that is in front of this team.

“We have an unbelievable culture,” he said. “This is my first year head coaching and I can already tell that it’s not always going to be like this.”

Windauer, too, is spending her last month with her Wildkat teammates appreciating the chance they have to leave a legacy beyond just individual records.

“I want to win state and that’s my first goal. I want to help my team get there,” she said. “We have a special team.”

andy@flatheadbeacon.com

 

 


Tuesday, October 08, 2019 'A' SOCCER SCORES/STATS

October 8, 2019

 

Tuesday, October 08, 2019

BOYS

COLUMBIA FALLS 6 BIGFORK 0
STEVENSVILLE 3 LOYOLA 3
LAUREL 4 PARK 0

 GIRLS

COLUMBIA FALLS 7 BIGFORK 0
LOYOLA 5 STEVENSVILLE 1
LAUREL 8 PARK 0

 

BOYS

STEVI 3 LOYOLA 3

Scoring (Stevensville)
     Lester, Chance---Assisted by Carlos Morales
     Lester, Chance---Assisted by Cole Olson
     Morales, Carlos---Direct Dick
 Loyola scoring
Danny Kaleva GK 5 saves on 8 shots
Raef Konzen goal in the 10th minute
Izaak Mercado-Laundrie assist
Gharret Diehl Goal PK in the 35th minute
Jace Kruer goal in the 54th minute
Will Burns assist
 

COL FALLS 6 BIGFORK 0

CF GOALS=GETTS=4; MAGG; HOFFMAN

CF AST=MAGG=4; GETTS; SANDSTROM

 

Laurel 4 Livingston 0
Min 6 Goal Ethan Meccage, assist Matt Mosby
Min 18 Goal Matt Mosby, assist Ricky Temporal
Min 56 Goal Kyle DeSmet, assist Austin Purcell 
Min 75 Goal Ethan Meccage unassisted 
 

GIRLS

LOYOLA 5 STEVI 1

1.  Sydney Koppang in the 4th minute assist Anika Chavez.
2. Sydney Koppang in the 8th minute assist Gisele Huffman
3. Gisele Huffman in the 38th minute unassisted 
4. Evynne Alexander unassisted in the 44th minute 
5. Lani Walker in the 77th minute assist Megan Ries
6. Lani Walker PK in stoppage time. 
 

COLUMBIA FALLS 7 BIGFORK 0

CF GOALS=ROBISON=4; SEVESIND; GREEN; JARVIS,F

CF AST=MCALEAVDY=2; PURCELL=2; ROBISON; FISHER; HILL

 

 LAUREL 8 PARK 0

LAU GOALS=MAACK,MYA=3; GRAMMAR=3; MAACK,MOR=2

LAU AST=MAACK,MOR=3; COTTER=2; BRANSTETTER; SPITZER

 


Saturday, October 05, 2019 'A' SOCCER SCORES/STATS

October 5, 2019

 

BOYS

Saturday, October 05, 2019
POLSON 2 LIBBY 0*
FRENCHTOWN 2 STEVENSVILLE 0*
HAMILTON 7 LOYOLA 2*
LAUREL 1 BILLINGS CENTRAL 0*

GIRLS

POLSON 4 LIBBY 2*
STEVENSVILLE 4 FRENCHTOWN 0*
LOYOLA 5 HAMILTON 3*
BILLINGS CENTRAL 2 LAUREL 0*

 

GIRLS

BILLINGS CENTRAL 2 LAUREL 0*

BC GOALS=ALTHOFF (2)

BC AST=POWERS

LOYOLA 5 HAMILTON 3*

Goals:
Loyola:
Lani Walker 3 goals 1 assist
Gisele Huffman 1 goal 1 assist
Lexi Von Doersten 1 assist
Hamilton own goal off a free kick from Sydney Koppang
 
Hamilton:
Rylee Wiediger 2 goals 
Katie Frederick 1 assist
Loyola own goal

 

POLSON 4 LIBBY 2*

LIB GOALS=BOLTZ; ROSELER-BEGALKE

POL GOALS=MODERIE (2); BURLAND; HUPKA

 POL AST=BURLAND; HUPKA

 

Stevi 4

Frenchtown 0
 
Goals 
22 kelsen zahn - 3min and 20 min 
Unassisted on first goal second goal assisited by McKenzie Brownlee
3rd goal - #4 Olivia Peretto 44min assisited by Claire Montague
4 th goal - #19 Evynne Alexander 64 min assisited by Anikah Thorsell
 

BOYS

Laurel boys win first Eastern A regular-season soccer title with win over Billings Central

Billings Central girls beat Laurel 2-0

LAUREL -- The Laurel boys soccer team clinched the Eastern A regular-season conference title with a 1-0 win over rival Billings Central Saturday at the Laurel Sports Complex. According to Laurel head coach Leroy Vanderpool, it's the first regular-season conference title in program history.

"It's great for Laurel. We've got a good bunch of kids that have been playing together for so many years and they're all mostly seniors now. Just working hard through the years, slowly getting better each year, and it's finally their year," Vanderpool said.

A strong 20-plus mile per hour wind blew steadily from west to east throughout the match, causing possession to be maintained on one half of the field for the majority of the game. Laurel opened the game with the wind at its back and in its favor.

The Locomotives capitalized in the opening half on a goal from Ethan Meccage. A Laurel throw-in found its way to Meccage in the box, and Meccage put some nasty spin on the ball to fool the goalie and deposit the ball into the back of the net, giving Laurel a 1-0 lead in the 27th minute.

"It was tough. I think the biggest thing was the boys stayed calm and cool. We had a couple times with the wind where the ball gets out of control," Vanderpool said. "We were hoping for the wind on the flip and we got it, so we got our side. I think that was a big factor, it's always tough for both sides."

Laurel's win will give the Locomotives the top seed out of the Eastern A when the State A playoffs begin. Billings Central will need to defeat Livingston next week to earn the conference's No. 2 seed.

The Laurel girls also had a chance to clinch the Eastern A regular-season title, but Billings Central wasn't going to let that happen on Saturday morning.

Billings Central wasted no time getting on the scoreboard. Zoie Althoff drew a penalty kick in the seventh minute, and she easily beat the keeper to give the Rams a 1-0 lead. Althoff would add her second goal of the game in the 18th minute when she somehow was able to get enough contact on a corner kick in traffic to deflect it into the goal. Althoff nearly buried a free kick from about 35 yards later in the first half.

Laurel would have a couple opportunities in the second half when the wind flipped in its favor, but the Locomotives were shutout by Billings Central keeper Mya Hansen, who transferred over to Billings Central from Laurel earlier this year.

Billings Central and Laurel are tied atop the Eastern A, although Billings Central holds the lead in the tiebreaker by two goals. Both teams will host Livingston next week

LAUREL 1 BILLINGS CENTRAL 0*

Min 26 Goal Ethan Meccage, Assist Noah Berg.

 

FRENCHTOWN 2 STEVENSVILLE 0*

Jeff Jacobs score on a PK 
Braydon Simpson score off Juan Babio assist. 
 

 

Hamilton 7, Loyola 2
H: Tyler Jones, assist by Owen Lint
H: Lint, assist by Clay Kellar
L: Penalty
H: Austin Drake, assist by Ayrton Duncan
H: Kellar, assist by Duncan
L: Danny Kaleva, Penalty
H: Kellar, assist by Harley Robertson
H: Robertson, assist by Duncan
H: Drew Lehtola, assist by Duncan
 

 POLSON 2 LIBBY 0*

Goal Kaden Nelson (pk)
Goal Tristan Clifford (unassisted)

 


Thursday, October 03, 2019 'A' SOCCER SCORES/STATS

October 3, 2019

 

BOYS

Thursday, October 03, 2019
COLUMBIA FALLS 2 POLSON 1*
WHITEFISH 7 BIGFORK 1*
STEVENSVILLE 2 CORVALLIS 2*
BILLINGS CENTRAL 3 PARK 3*

GIRLS

COLUMBIA FALLS 2 POLSON 1*
WHITEFISH 8 BIGFORK 0*
STEVENSVILLE 2 CORVALLIS 2*
BILLINGS CENTRAL 8 PARK 0*

 

BOYS

 Stevi 2

Corvallis 2
 
Scoring for Stevi:
     Chance Lester ---Assisted by Carlos Morales
     Luke Gross ---Assisted by Wesson Cook
 
Scoring for Corvallis
     Luke Sangster---Assisted by Caleb Warnke
     Eduardo Matushita---No Assist
 

COLUMBIA FALLS 2 POLSON 1*

Polson 1 0 — 1

Columbia Falls 2 0 — 2

CF — Simon Magg (Johnny Carl) 6:00

P — Kaden Nelson (Landin Becker) 14:00

CF — Niels Getts (penalty kick) 39:00

Shots on goal ­— Polson 10, Columbia Falls 12; Goalie saves — Polson 4 (Gabe Mergenthaler 4), Columbia Falls 9 (Story Stemborski); Corner kicks — Polson 1, Columbia Falls 4; Fouls — Polson 11, Columbia Falls 13, Cards — N/A.

 

BILLINGS CENTRAL 3 PARK 3*

BC GOALS=DULL=2; CASPER

BC ASSIST=HEGAR

PARK GOALS=STENSETH=2; BROWN,N

PARK ASST=STENSETH

 

Whitefish 7, Bigfork 1 (3-0 half)

Shots WF 20, BF 4
Corners WF 8, BF 0
Fouls WF 7, BF 5
Saves WF 3 (Bradlee Anderson, Joe Brandt), BF 13 (Caden Riedesel)
23rd min WF James Thompson goal, Chase Sabin assist
27th WF Sam Menicke goal, Sabin assist
40th WF Riley Arendt goal, Darby McCarthy assist
53rd WF Ian Lacey goal, S. Menicke assist
60th BF Ben Pilskans goal
72nd WF McCarthy goal
77th WF Brandon Mendoza goal, Aaron Dicks assist
78th Marvin Kimera goal, Gabe Menicke assist

 Shots on goal — Bigfork 4, Whitefish 20; Goalie saves — Bigfork 13 (Caden Riedesel), Whitefish 3 (Bradlee Anderson, Joe Brandt); Corners — Bigfork 0, Whitefish 8; Fouls — Bigfork 5, Whitefish 7

 

GIRLS

 COLUMBIA FALLS 2 POLSON 1*

CF — Josie Windauer 36:00

P — Sophia Moderie 38:00

CF — LaKia Hill 74:00

Shots on goal — Polson 10, Columbia Falls 29; Goalie saves — Polson 27, Columbia Falls 11 (Ave McDonald); Corner kicks — Polson 1, Columbia Falls 5; Fouls — Polson n/a, Columbia Falls 1; Cards — Columbia Falls 1.

 

STEVI 2 CORVALLIS 2*

STEVI GOALS=ALEXANDER=2

STEVI ASSIST=THORSELL

CORV GOALS=KING

 

BILLINGS CENTRAL 8 PARK 0*

BC GOALS=ELLETSON=4; FERESTAD; ALTHOFF; BOHL; HANSER

BC AST=ALTHOFF; POWERS; STRIKE; WAHL

 

WHITEFISH 8 BIGFORK 0*

W — Josie Schneider (Grace Benkleman) 5:00

W — Taylor Gentry (Sophie Olson) 30:00

W — Gentry 36:00

W — Josephine Brown (Benkleman) 47:00

W — Emma Barron 55:00

W — Anna Cook (Olson) 58:00

W — Olson (Mary Peterson) 59:00

W — Sofie Saurey (Brown) 77:00

Shots on goal — Bigfork 0, Whitefish 37; Goalie saves — Bigfork 16, Whitefish 0 (Sami Galbraith); Corner kicks — Bigfork 0, Whitefish 10; Fouls — Bigfork 3, Whitefish 7; Cards — Bigfork 1.

 

 

 


October 1, 2019

 

BOYS
Tuesday, October 01, 2019
WHITEFISH 1 COLUMBIA FALLS 0*
BIGFORK 7 LIBBY 1*
CORVALLIS 2 LOYOLA 1*
FRENCHTOWN 1 HAMILTON 0*

GIRLS

COLUMBIA FALLS 3 WHITEFISH 0*
LIBBY 1 BIGFORK 0*
CORVALLIS 2 LOYOLA 2*
HAMILTON 9 FRENCHTOWN 0*

 

BOYS

BIGFORK 7 LIBBY 1*

BF GOALS

Benjamin Pilskalns 11=1
C Troesh-Worrell 11=3
Levi Peterson 9=2
Landon Byerman 9=1

 

Whitefish 1, Columbia Falls  (0-0 half)
Shots, WF 11, CF 4
Corners, WF 6, CF 2
Fouls, WF 15, CF 8
Saves, WF 4 (Upton), CF 10 (Stemborski)
 
54th min, Sam Menicke goal, Brandon Mendoza assist    

 CORVALLIS 2 LOYOLA 1*

CORV GOALS=MATUSHITA,E; GROSS,T

CORV ASSIST=HAGBERG,G

LOY GOAL=BURNS

LOY ASSIST=KONZEN

 

FRENCHTOWN 1 HAMILTON 0*

FT GOAL=SIMPSON

 

GIRLS

CFALLS 3 WFISH 0*

CF GOALS=WINDAUER=2; ?

 

Hamilton 9 Frenchtown 0*

 
20: Katie Frederick assisted by Rylee Wiediger.
40: Madison Johnson unassisted.
52: Rylee Wiediger assisted by Katie Frederick.
55: Katie Frederick assisted by Addie Gordon.
58: Addie Gordon unassisted.
63: Katie Frederick assisted by Rylee Wiediger.
66: Madison Johnson assisted by Amanda Wilson.
79: Rylee Wiediger assisted by Brynne Johnson.
82: Katie Frederick assisted by Em Courchesne

 

 Loyola girl 2 @ Corvallis girls 2
Corvallis goals:
Francis Carrasco 1
Maria Hickey 1

Corvallis assists
Ella Dowd 1

Loyola goals:
Lani Walker 2
No.assists

 

Wins for C-Falls girls, Whitefish boys

 October 01, 2019 at 5:00 am | The Daily Inter Lake

 

Wins for C-Falls girls, Whitefish boys

Wildkat midfielder Maddie Robison battles for the ball against Whitefish’s Sophie Olson. (Jeremy Weber/Hungry Horse News)

 

COLUMBIA FALLS —

The Columbia Falls Wildkats won their fourth straight game with a 3-0 shutout of the rival Whitefish Bulldogs on Tuesday in Northern A soccer.

Josie Windauer scored all three Wildkats (8-1, overall, 5-0 conference) goals.

“Super proud of the kids,” Wildkats coach Thomas Clark said. “We defended super hard all game.”

Clark praised the play of defenders Flora Jarvis and Lexi Purcell and goalkeeper Ave McDonald.

“Any time you can beat a team as wellcoached as Whitefish, it speaks to your work ethic and they did great,” Clark said.

Whitefish is 5-4 and 3-2.

“I think Columbia Falls was very organized and set up with the intent to have few chances at a goal but supply them to their most dangerous player Josie Windauer,” Bulldogs coach Roland Benedict said. “They executed very well, however we played our system 85 percent perfect. The last 15 is creating optimal scoring changes and moving the ball quick enough.”

Benedict highlighted the play of midfielder Emma Barron for “stopping their counter attacks throughout the game.”

Columbia Falls hosts Polson at 5 p.m. on Thursday. Whitefish hosts Bigfork for a 5:30 p.m. game, also on Thursday.

Whitefish 0 0 — 0

Columbia Falls 2 1 — 3

CF — Josie Windauer (Sydney Mann) 15:00

CF — Windauer (Maddie Robison) 31:00

CF — Windauer (Cheyanne Johnston-Heinz) 64:00

Shots on goal — Whitefish 8, Columbia Falls 16; Goalie saves — Whitefish 13, Columbia Falls 8; Corner kicks — Whitefish 7, Columbia Falls 2; Fouls — Whitefish 4, Columbia Falls 9; Cards — None.

 

Whitefish 1,

Columbia Falls 0

COLUMBIA FALLS — The Bulldogs stayed undefeated with a Northern A victory over Columbia Falls (4-4-1, 3-2).

“Whitefish is the best team in the state and we had to change our style of play to give us the best chance to win,” Columbia Falls coach O’Brien Byrd said. “Classic rivalry match, emotions were high. We gave them everything they could take.”

Whitefish coach John Lacey added:

“A great competitve game on both teams’ parts.”

Sam Menicke broke the tie with his game-winning goal at 59:00 for Whitefish (9-0, 5-0).

“We are the only team to hold them to this tight of a score,” Byrd said. “I’m just incredibly proud of my boys. They put together yet another complete game and had a game plan and executed it almost perfectly.”

Whitefish has a home game versus Bigfork at 3:30 p.m. on Thursday. Columbia Falls hosts Polson on Thursday at 7 p.m.

Whitefish 0 1 — 1

Columbia Falls 0 0 — 0

W — Sam Menicke (Brandon Mendoza) 59:00

Shots on goal — Whitefish 11, Columbia Falls 4; Goalie saves — Whitefish 4 (Colter Upton), Columbia Falls 10 (Story Stemborski); Corner kicks — Whitefish 6, Columbia Falls 2; Fouls — Whitefish 15, Columbia Falls 8; Cards — None.

 


Saturday, September 28, 2019 'A' SOCCER SCORES/STATS

September 28, 2019

 

Saturday, September 28, 2019

BOYS

COLUMBIA FALLS 9 BIGFORK 1*

WHITEFISH 11 LIBBY 0*
FRENCHTOWN 2 CORVALLIS 1*

LAUREL 4 BILLINGS CENTRAL 3*

GIRLS

COLUMBIA FALLS 8 BIGFORK 0*
WHITEFISH 6 LIBBY 0*
CORVALLIS 3 FRENCHTOWN 1*
LAUREL 5 BILLINGS CENTRAL 3*

 

BOYS

Laurel 4 Central 3*

Laurel goal min 38 Ethan Meccage, assist Austin Purcell.
Laurel goal min 39 Ethan Meccage , assist Austin Purcell
Laurel goal Min 46 Ethan Meccage, assist Jordan Renier 
Central goal min 66 Camden Casper, assist Jan Mollenmeir
Central goal min 67 Camden Casper, assist Sam Dull
Central min 69 Pk Sam Dull
Laurel min 73 goal Noah Berg, assist Chris Steinmasel corner.

 

Whitefish 11, Libby 0 (8-0 half)
 
Shots WF 31, Libby 2
Corners WF 9, Libby 0
Fouls WF 6, Libby 4
Saves WF 2 (Jacob Gersh, Bradlee Anderson), Libby 20 (Owen Enyeart)
 
3d min, WF Ian Lacey goal, Casey Schneider assist
9th, WF Lacey, Sam Menicke assist
10th, WF S. Menicke (PK)
11th, WF Schneider
12th, S. Menicke
13th, Gabe Menicke, Brandon Mendoza assist
15th, Aaron Dicks, Mendoza assist
20th, Niath Edland, G. Menicke assist
45th, Riley Arendt
74th, Jeiven Pemberton, Marvin Kimera assist
78th, Pemberton

 COLUMBIA FALLS 9 BGFORK 1*

 CF GOALS=MAGG=5; CARL=2; TAMBURELLI; BF OWN GOAL

CF ASSISTS=HOFFMAN; SANDSTROM; ROBBINS

BF GOAL=ALCARAZ--PK

 

 FRENCHTOWN 2 CORVALLIS 1*

FT SCORERS

Jacobs - goal and assist
Krause - goal

 

GIRLS

LAUREL 5 BILLINGS CENTRAL 3*

LAU GOALS=MAACK,MY-2; MAACK,MOR-3

LAU ASSIST=MAACK,MY

BC GOALS=ALTHOLF-2; FERESTAD

 

CORVALLIS 3 FRENCHTOWN 1*

CORV GOALS=KING-3

CORV ASSIST=GROSS

FTOWN GOAL=TEAGLE

 

WHITEFISH 6 LIBBY 0*

WF GOALS=COOKE=4; OLSON; SAUREY

WF ASSISTS=SCHNEIDER; HEALY; BENKELMAN; AKEY

 

COLUMBIA FALLS 8 BIGFORK 0*

CF GOALS=WINDAUER=4; JOHNSTON-HEINZ=1; ROBISON=1; JARVIS,F=1; MANN=1

CF ASSISTS=JOHNSTON-HEINZ=4; ROBISON=1; JARVIS,F=1

Laurel sweeps Billings Central in key Eastern A doubleheader

Locos take over 1st in conference races
Posted: 3:58 PM, Sep 28, 2019

 

Updated: 3:58 PM, Sep 28, 2019

 

 

BILLINGS — The Laurel Locomotives got two big wins over rival Billings Central in the driving rain Saturday on Wendy's Field at Rocky to take control of the Eastern A soccer races.

Morgan and Mya Maack each scored twice for the Laurel girls, who took a 5-1 lead on the defending champion Lady Rams before holding on for a 5-3 win. Older sister Morgan opened the scoring eight minutes into the first half. Mya doubled Laurel's advantage later in the half, before Central's Morgan Ferestad pulled the Rams back within 2-1. Gracey Willis restored Laurel's two-goal cushion late in the half however to make it 3-1 Locos.

Morgan made it 4-1 early in the second half, before Mya added her second for a 5-1 lead.

Laurel moves to 9-1 overall, 2-0 atop the Eastern A. Central falls to 8-1, and 0-1 in conference.

Laurel's boys meanwhile squandered a 3-0 lead in th second half, but Noah Berg scored on a corner kick with six minutes to play to give the Locos a 4-3 win and the sweep.

Ethan Meccage scored twice in the span of one minute late in the first half to put the Locos up 2-0. They added a third early in the second, but Central responded with three goals inside 10 minutes, two from Camden Capser, to tie it up.

The win moves Laurel to 8-2 overall, 2-0 in conference, while Central drops to 5-3-1, 0-1.

The teams will meet again next Saturday, Oct. 5 in Laurel.

 

Breezy sweeps for Whitefish, Columbia Falls

 

Whitefish’s Gabe Menicke (9) pushes the ball upfield against Libby at Smith Fields on Saturday. (Casey Kreider/Daily Inter Lake)

 

WHITEFISH — The Whitefish Bulldogs continued their winning ways with an 11-0 rout of the Libby Loggers in a Northern A game on Saturday, braving high winds and cold temperatures.

Whitefish is 8-0 overall and 4-0 in conference.

Sam Menicke scored two goals and had one assists.

Gabe Menick assisted on one goal and scored one of his own.

Ian Lacey scored twice.

The Loggers (0-8, 0-4) are still looking for their first win of the season.

Libby 0 0 — 0

Whitefish 8 3 — 11

WF — Ian Lacey (Casey Schneider) 3:00

WF — Lacey (Sam Menicke) 9:00

WF — S. Menicke (PK) 10:00

WF — Schneider 11:00

WF — S. Menicke 12:00

WF — Gabe Menicke (Brandon Mendoza) 13:00

WF — Aaron Dicks (Mendoza) 15:00

WF — Niath Edland (G. Menicke) 20:00

WF — Riley Arendt 45:00

WF — Jeiven Pemberton (Marvin Kimera) 74:00

WF — Pemberton 78:00

Shots on goal — Libby 2, Whitefish 31; Goalie saves — Libby 20 (Owen Enyeart), Whitefish 2 (Jacob Gersh, Bradlee Anderson); Corner kicks — Libby 0, Whitefish 9; Fouls — Libby 4, Whitefish 6.

Columbia Falls 9, Bigfork 1

COLUMBIA FALLS — Simon Magg scored five goals as the Columbia Falls Wildcats slammed the Bigfork Vikings on Saturday in Northern A play.

Magg scored three goals in the first half and two in the second.

“We’re continuing to put together complete games,” Columbia Falls coach O’Brien Byrd said. “We are looking forward to the rivalry match with Whitefish. ..”

“This game takes us a big step in confidence toward playing that game.”

Balthazar Alcaraz scored Bigfork’s only goal. The Vikings are 2-7 overall and 1-4 in conference.

The Wildcats (4-3-1, 3-1) host the undefeated Whitefish Bulldogs on Tuesday at 7 p.m. at Columbia Falls High School.

Bigfork 0 1 —  1

Columbia Falls 5 4 —  9

CF — Simon Magg 1:00

CF — Bigfork own goal 8:00

CF — Magg (Seth Hoffman) 18:00

CF — Magg (Reed Sandstrom) 28:00

CF — Johnny Carl 39:00

B — Balthazar Alcaraz (PK) 50:00

CF — Magg 61:00

CF —Magg 68:00

CF — Michael Tamborelli 75:00

CF — Carl (Winslow Nichols) 76:00

Shots on goal — Bigfork 9, Columbia Falls 24: Goalie saves — Bigfork 13 (Caden Riedesel), Columbia Falls 5(Story Stemborski Bryce Dunham 3; Corner kicks — Bigfork 1, Columbia Falls 8; Fouls — Bigfork 5, Columbia Falls 19; Cards — Columbia Falls (yellow, 1).

Girls

Whitefish 6, Libby 0

WHITEFISH — Anna Cook scored a season-high four goals in a shutout of the Libby Loggers.

“I think that the wind and the fact that Libby is more organized and progessed over the years under the coaching of Erik Capan, it could have forced a lot tighter game than we saw,” Whitefish coach Roland Benedict said. “Thanks to the goal scoring efforts of Anna Cook ... We were able to control the game until the last whistle.”

Libby 0 0 — 0

Whitefish 3 3 — 6

W — Anna Cook (Josie Schneider) 4:00

W — Sophie Olson (Adrienne Healy) 6:00

W — Cook 38:00

W — Cook 54:00

W — Cook (Grace Benkleman) 63:00

W — Sofie Saurey (Anna Akey) 72:00

Shots on goal — Libby 2, Whitefish 29; Goalie saves — Libby 23 Whitefish 2; Corner kicks — Libby 2, Whitefish 6; Fouls — Libby 6, Whitefish 7; Cards — None.

Columbia Falls 8, Bigfork 0

COLUMBIA FALLS — The Wildkats shut out the Valkryies. Complete stats were unavailable.

 

COLUMBIA FALLS 8 BIGFORK 0*

CF GOALS=WINDAUER=4; JOHNSTON-HEINZ=1; ROBISON=1; JARVIS,F=1; MANN=1

CF ASSISTS=JOHNSTON-HEINZ=4; ROBISON=1; JARVIS,F=1

 

 


Thursday, September 26, 2019 'A' SOCCER SCORES/STATS

September 26, 2019

 

BOYS

Thursday, September 26, 2019
COLUMBIA FALLS 8 LIBBY 2*
STEVENSVILLE 3 LOYOLA 1*
HAMILTON 2 CORVALLIS 0*
LAUREL 5 PARK 1*

GIRLS

COLUMBIA FALLS 7 LIBBY 1*
LOYOLA 2 STEVENSVILLE 1*
CORVALLIS 1 HAMILTON 0*
LAUREL 4 PARK 0*

 

GIRLS

LAUREL 4 PARK 0*

LAU
Maeson Cotter (Morgan Maack)
LAU
Mya Maack ()
LAU
Mya Maack (Siera Branstetter)
LAU
Morgan Maack (Siera Branstetter)

 

Score was 2 Loyola 1 stevi 
 
Loyola goals 
Number 10- Lani Walker assisted by #2 Sydney Koppang - 20min
Second goal
#2 Sydney Koppang - free kick - 50th min 
 
Stevi Goal
Josie Lewis assisted by Evynne Alexander - 60th min

 

CORVALLIS 1 HAMILTON 0*

CORV GOAL=KING

 

BOYS

HAMILTON 2 CORVALLIS 0*

Hamilton: Clay Kellar, assist by Ayrton Duncan
Hamilton: Joao Placido, assist by Kellar
 

 COLUMBIA FALLS 8 LIBBY 2*

LIB GOALS=ROSELER-BEGALKE; CANO

LIB ASSISTS=ROSELER-BEGALKE; O'ROURKE

CF GOALS=MAGG=3; ALBIN=2; HOFFMAN=2; CARL

CF ASSISTS=CARL=4; GETTS=3

 

Laurel 5 vs Park 1
Park min 39 goal ?
Laurel min 39 goal Ricky Temporal , assist Bryce Adkins.
Laurel min 41 goal Ricky Temporal, assist Ethan Meccage.
Laurel min 43 goal Ethan Meccage, no assist.
Laurel min 48 Goal Ricky Temporal, assist JORDAN renier
Laurel min 62 goal Jordan Renier, no assist.

 

Stevi 3

Loyola 1
 
Scoring for Loyola -
Jace Kruer Goal 4th minute
 
Scoring for Stevi
     Chance Lester, assisted by Carlos Morales
     Chance Lester, assisted by Carlos Morales
     Carlos Morales (No assist) - Direct Kick, outside the box

 

 

LIBBY — The Wildkats had a couple of firsts in a Northern A 7-1 romp over the Libby Loggers on Thursday.

Sydney Mann scored the first two goals of her career and goaltender Zoey Byrd had her first career start. Both are freshmen.

“This game was all about our future,” coach Thomas Clark said.

Josie Windauer assisted on both Mann’s goals and scored two of her own. Maddie Robison scored two goals and had one assist.

Columbia Falls is 6-1 overall and 3-1 in conference play.

Columbia Falls 2 5 —  7

Libby 0 1 —  1

CF — Maddie Robison 6:00

CF — Sydney Mann (Josie Windauer) 17:00

CF — Mann (Windauer) 42:00

CF — Windauer (Cheyanne Johnston-Heinz) 43:00

CF — Johnston-Heinz 48:00

CF — Robison 53:00

CF — Windauer (Robison) 62:00

L — Bridget Pena 70:00

Shots on goal — Columbia Falls 27, Libby 3; Goalie saves — Columbia Falls 2, Libby 16; Corner kicks — Columbia Falls 3, Libby; Fouls — Columbia Falls 3, Libby 1; Cards — None.

Columbia Falls 8, Libby 2

LIBBY — Simon Magg scored a hat trick as Columbia Falls lit up the Loggers for eight goals Thursday.

Johnny Carl had four assists and one goal. Jason Albin scored twice for the Wildcats (3-3-1 overall, 2-1 conference).

“We put together a complete game, showing a lot of grit, hard work in the trenches and good leadership on the field,” Columbia Falls coach O’Brien Byrd said. “The tactics were all there but we needed to play with heart and we did. The first complete game of the season.”

Freshman goalkeeper Bryce Dunham made five saves in his first start of the season.

“Dunham had to come up big,” Byrd said. “He rose to the occasion.”

Columbia Falls 5 3 —  8

Libby 2 0 — 2

CF — Simon Magg (Niels Getts) 11:00

CF — Jason Albin (Johnny Carl) 13:00

CF — Seth Hoffman (Getts) 16:00

CF — Magg (Carl) 20:00

CF — Magg (Carl) 25:00

L — Moxley Roseler-Begalke (Isaac O’Rourke) 31:00

CF — Albin (Getts) 38:00

L — Ivan Cano (Roseler-Begalke) 40:00

CF — Carl 65:00

CF — Hoffman (Carl) 69:00

Shots on goal — Columbia Falls 37, Libby 5; Goalie saves — Columbia Falls 5 (Bryce Dunham), Libby 10 (Owen Enyeart); Fouls — Columbia Falls 9, Libby 3; Corner kicks — Columbia Falls 6, Libby 0; Cards — Columbia Falls, yellow (2).

 

 


Tuesday, September 24, 2019 'A' SOCCER SCORES/STATS

September 24, 2019

 

BOYS
Tuesday, September 24, 2019
POLSON 5 BIGFORK 2*
FRENCHTOWN 2 LOYOLA 1*
STEVENSVILLE 4 HAMILTON 1*

 

GIRLS
POLSON 1 BIGFORK 0*
LOYOLA 6 FRENCHTOWN 0*
STEVENSVILLE 2 HAMILTON 1*

 

BOYS

 FRENCHTOWN 2 LOYOLA 1*

Rams Stats
Goal Jace Kruer in the 66th minute
Joao Tomazelli assist
Danny Kaleva 12 saves on 14 shots
 
Kolbe Schricte Caution 28th minute
 
Frenchtown Stats
Jeff Jacobs Goal in the 63rd and Palen in 65th
Dawson Leishman 16 saves on 17 shots
 
Halftime score
Loyola 0 - 0 Frenchtown

 

POLSON 5 BIGFORK 2*

Polson (2-2n, 3-5), Bigfork (1-2n, 2-5)
Bigfork  1   1 – 2
Polson    2  3 – 5
B – g Baltazar Alcaraz (a Benjamin Pilskains) 20'
P – g Kaden Nelson (unassisted) 26'
P – g K.Nelson (a Elijah Taylor) 34'
P – g K.Nelson (a Tray Lichtenberg) 43'
P – g T.Lichtenberg (a K.Nelson) 56'
P – g E.Taylor (a Jack Colton) 68'
B – g B.Pilskains (unassisted) 70'
Shots (on-GOAL) – B 14sh(10), P 22sh(7)
SAVES – B2sv(Caden Riedesel) 4h, P6sv (Gabe Mergenthaler)2h1k
CORNERS – B3, P7. FOULS – B2, P7 . CARDS – B1y (Chayton Troesh-Worrel), P1y (Zevan Walker).
indiv sh(SOG) – BIGFORK - Alcaraz 3(2): (5')(g)ovr78'FB3ptFG; C.T-Worrel 6(3): wideR41'(dk42')(post46'ric)(P12Defl47')ovr61'pk,wideL65'; Noah Turner (1):(hdr67'); B.Pilskains (2):(g)(dk79'); noID (2): (58')(P12Defl63'). POLSON - K.Nelson 12(4): (2')wideL6',wideL7',wideR8',wideL15',wideL21'(g)wideR34'(g)wideL44'(g)wideR76'; Davis Smith 3(1): ovr15'hdr(B?Defl17')wideR67'; E.Taylor 4(1): wideL22',hdr24',wide33'(g) ; T.Lichtenberg (1):(g); Zevan Walker 1: wideL50' ;Tristan Snyder 1: wide10'hdr. (Tu24Sep19)
GKs Riedesel (ss|)hhhh|h,   Gabe (ss|ssss)h|hk

 

STEVENSVILLE 4 HAMILTON 1*

HAM
Ayrton Duncan (Austin Drake)
STE
Garrett Schreiber (penalty)
STE
Chance Lester (Carlos Morales)
STE
Chance Lester (Schreiber)
STE
Carlos Morales (Schreiber)

 

GIRLS

LOYOLA 6 FRENCHTOWN 0*

Lani Walker 4 goals 1 assist
Sydney Koppang 2 goals 2 assists
Gisele Huffman 1 assist

 

STEVENSVILLE 2 HAMILTON 1*

Hamilton Goal:
78: Katie Frederick assisted by Madison Johnson.
 
Stevi Goals:
12: Josie Lewis assisted by Evynne Alexander.
54: Evynne Alexander

 

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Saturday, September 21, 2019 'A' SOCCER SCORES/STATS

September 21, 2019

 

Saturday, September 21, 2019
BOYS
LAUREL 4 COLUMBIA FALLS 1
BILLINGS CENTRAL 6 BIGFORK 1
POLSON 6 LIBBY 1*
WHITEFISH 5 CORVALLIS 1
PARK 4 STEVENSVILLE 2

GIRLS

COLUMBIA FALLS 2 LAUREL 1
BILLINGS CENTRAL 10 BIGFORK 0
POLSON 6 LIBBY 1*
WHITEFISH 1 CORVALLIS 0
PARK 2 STEVENSVILLE 1

 

BOYS

LAUREL 4 COLUMBIA FALLS 1

LAU GOALS=TEMPORAL (2); MOSBY; MECCAGE

LAU ASSISTS=STEINMASEL

CF GOAL=MAGG

CF ASSIST=ALBIN

 

BILLINGS CENTRAL 6 BIGFORK 1

CENT SCORERS

Goal   Assist
Camden Capser   Matheus Penha
Sam Dull   Myles Ragar
Camden Capser   Felipe Gnecco
Sam Dull   Julien Krznaric
Camden Capser   Felipe Gnecco
Camden Capser   Julien Krznaric

BF SCORER

Goal
Ben Pilskalus

 

 Whitefish 5, Corvallis 1 (3-0 half)

Shots WF 11, Cor 6
Corners WF 8, Cor 2
Fouls WF 18, Cor 9
Saves WF 5 (Upton), Cor 6 (Linnewah)
 
WF 10th min, Sam Menicke goal, Casey Schneider assist
WF 24th, Marvin Kimera goal, Menicke assist
WF 35th, Riley Arendt goal
WF 50th, Schneider goal
Cor 66th, Gavin Hagberg goal
WF 78th, Niath Edland (PK)

 

POLSON 6 LIBBY 1*

Goals

21- P- Davis Smith A- Kaden Nelson
42- P- Cade Lanier
44- L- Moxly Roeseler-Begalke
57- P- Kaden Nelson A- Tray Lichtenberg
58- P- Kaden Nelson A- Jack Colton
66- P- Austin Luper A- Tray Lichtenberg
78- P- Austin Luper A- Tray Lichtenberg
 
PARK 4 STEVENSVILLE 2
PRK GOALS=STENSETH (3); BROWN,R
PRK ASSISTS=MATHIAS (2); BROWN,R; BROWN,N
STEVI GOALS=GROSS; SCHREIBER
STEVI ASSIST=MORALES; OLSON
 
 

GIRLS

WHITEFISH 1 CORVALLIS 0

WF GOAL=LACEY

 

 BILLINGS CENTRAL 10 BIGFORK 0

CENT SCORERS

Goal   Assist
Own goal    
Gabby Stock   Zoie Althoff
Gabby Stock    
Morgan Ferestad   Zoie Althoff
Morgan Ferestad    
Morgan Ferestad   Solei Elletson
Zoie Althoff    
Morgan Ferestad    
Own goal    
Evelyn Nelson    

 

Columbia Falls girls survive wild finish, edge Laurel 2-1

Posted: 8:09 PM, Sep 21, 2019

 

Updated: 8:09 PM, Sep 21, 2019

 VIDEO

 https://www.montanasports.com/high-school/columbia-falls-girls-survive-wild-finish-edge-laurel-2-1

 

LAUREL - A set piece goal on the game's final play lifted Columbia Falls to a 2-1 win over Laurel's soccer girls on Saturday.

Trailing 1-0 in stoppage time, the Locomotives tied it at one when Morgan Maack's cross was knocked in by a Wildcats defender for an own-goal.

Moments later Josie Windauer deflected a kick from 46 yards for the winning goal. Windauer scored both goals in the win and all three Wildcat goals for the weekend including a 3-1 Friday loss to Billings Central.

Laurel hadn't allowed a goal all season entering Saturday's match. Morgan Maack appeared to put the Locomotives on the board mid-first half but offside was whistled.

The Locomotives travel to Livingston on Thursday. Columbia Falls plays at Libby.

Billings Central is the only remaining unbeaten girls team in Class A. The Rams handled Bigfork at home 10-0 on Saturday. Central hosts Laurel next Saturday at 12 p.m. on the campus of Rocky Mountain College.

Central's boys beat the Bigfork 6-1. Laurel's boys beat Columbia Falls 4-1.

 CFALLS GOALS=WINDAUER (2)

CFALLS ASSISTS=MANN; ROBISON

LAU GOAL=CFALLS OWN GOAL

 

PARK 2 STEVENSVILLE 1

PARK GOALS=BRAHAM; EDWARDS

PARK ASSISTS=MOORE; Sienkiewicz

STEVI GOAL=LEWIS,J

 

POLSON 6 LIBBY 1*

Libby    0  1  –  1
Polson  3  3  –  6
P – g Autumn Burland (a Sophia Moderie) 7'
P – g Moderie (a Kyla Heiser) 16'
P – g Burland 33'
P – g Moderie 42'
P – g Moderie 50'
L – g Rylee Boltz 52'