It took a tough second half for the Milton High School girls soccer team to pick up its second win of the season.
While it was a stronger performance than their regular season contest against the Panthers, the Milton soccer team still couldn’t find a way past Oregon during their 3-0 WIAA regional final loss Saturday.
Closing out the regular season, the Milton boys soccer team hosted Sauk Prairie in a 2-1 loss for the Red Hawks on Oct. 11. Milton hosted the first round of playoffs Tuesday against Baraboo, a 3-0 victory for the Red Hawks.
On a night with tough field conditions, the Milton boys soccer team came away on the wrong side of a 2-0 loss to Edgewood Tuesday night at home. Previously, the Red Hawks tied DeForest Thursday on the road.
A flurry of goals in the first half — 4 in the opening 19 minutes — put Milton in firm control in Fort Atkinson’s 5-0 loss on the road Thursday. The Red Hawks traveled to Oregon Tuesday night for an 8-0 loss.
Continuing their strong results of the season, the Milton cross country teams continued their success at the Belleville Invitational Saturday, with the girls finishing 2nd out of 10 and the boys taking 3rd out of 14.
If you went off just the first half, the outcome might not have looked so good for the Milton boys soccer team Thursday night against Watertown. But a shift in quality in the second half — along with two goals from Nick Robinson — gave the Red Hawks the victory.
It was an up and down opening week for the Milton boys soccer team. On Thursday, they headed to River Valley and dominated in a 13-0 victory before contesting their first home game of the season Saturday against Elkhorn, falling 4-1.
In June, when the Milton girls soccer team fell 3-0 to Oregon in the sectional semifinal game, Carly Albrecht thought her time as a Red Hawk had come to an end.
Even though one of its strongest seasons came to an end earlier than desired, the Milton girls soccer team finished with a 13-5 record along with a fourth-straight regional title.
After ending the regular season dropping four of their last six games, the Milton girls soccer team powered their way to a fourth straight WIAA Division 2 Regional title in style, pummeling Beaver Dam 10-0 before topping DeForest 4-1.
The Milton girls soccer team started the year going 9-0 before falling to Edgewood 3-0 on May 8. Now the Red Hawks have dropped four of the last five with a 3-1 loss to Oregon Thursday and a 2-0 loss to Madison West on Tuesday.
Coming off its first loss of the season to Edgewood, the Milton girls soccer team didn’t have it any easier against Catholic Memorial Saturday, who is ranked No. 1 in Division 3 and six-time defending state champions.
The Red Hawk girls soccer team had to fight this past week, earning a hard fought 2-1 win over Elkhorn Thursday and topping Fort Atkinson 3-0 on Friday before dropping their first game of the season against #4 ranked Edgewood at home Tuesday.
The Red Hawk girls soccer team continued their dominating start to their season in style, winning (four) games this past week to reach 7-0. Milton is currently ranked No. 10 in the state.
Even without their lead goalie Dani Heitsman, the Milton girls soccer team found no cause for concern Thursday with a comfortable 4-0 win over Reedsburg before handing state-ranked Mount Horeb a 1-0 loss.
After winning their first game of the season, the Milton girls soccer team headed home looking to improve upon that win. They succeeded, topping Watertown 9-2 Thursday night.
While it was their first outing of the season, a postponed game from Thursday because of weather, the Milton girls soccer team showed that there was no rust lingering, scoring three first half goals on its way to topping DeForest 4-1 Tuesday night on the road.
Some photos from the 2017 Milton High School boys soccer season. These photos, along with more that were not posted, are available for purchase. Contact Michael Gouvion at firstname.lastname@example.org or 608-208-1678 if you are interested in purchasing any photos.
Karlee Krebs has loved soccer since she was a kindergartner. The 2017 Milton High School graduate has always dreamt of playing at the collegiate level, but didn’t think she was good enough.
Despite battling injuries all year, the Milton High girls soccer team won its third straight WIAA Division 2 regional title and was also in the running for a conference title until the last game of the regular season.
As many say, it’s hard to beat a team three times in a row, especially in the playoffs. The Milton High girls soccer team found that out the hard way last Thursday in Burlington.
With a win over Oregon on Thursday and some help from Monona Grove, the Red Hawk girls soccer team had a chance to be Badger South Conference champs.
With an 8-1 win at Monroe last Thursday, the Milton High girls soccer team has set itself up for a chance at an outright Badger South Conference title on Thursday.
Some photos from the 2017 Milton High School girls soccer season. These photos, along with more that were not posted, are available for purchase. Contact Michael Gouvion at email@example.com or 608-208-1678 if you are interested in purchasing any photos.
The Red Hawk girls soccer team proved to itself last season that when it works hard for 90 minutes as a team, it can play with anyone in the state, head coach Kayla Miller said.
Despite the loss of 14 seniors after a WIAA Division 2 State Tournament appearance in 2015, the Red Hawk boys soccer team was still able to win its fourth straight regional title in 2016.