Convincing win for Kettle Moraine Lutheran as it shuts out Berlin | By Jacob Moeller


Sept. 26, 2017 – Jackson, WI – Kettle Moraine Lutheran rolled to another East Central Conference victory on Tuesday, beating Berlin 7-0.

Joshua Pahmeier opened the scoring in the 18th minute for KML, firing a rocket into the top corner after a clever pass from Jake Semenske.

The junior forward turned from creator to finisher six minutes later, sprinting onto the end of a beautifully weighted long ball from Joseph Raasch and calmly slotting his shot home.

Semenkse added a second assist in the 31st minute, finding Joseph Raasch who made no mistake and added the third goal of the game.

After halftime, Raasch and Semenkse continued their impressive showing, combining for two more goals in the opening 10 minutes of the second frame.

Andrew Wolff and Collin Liesner added goals in the 71st and 89th minute, respectively to give the Chargers a convincing victory.

KML looks to add a sixth straight win on Thursday when it will face Kewaskum.

Photo is of Joshua Pahmeier, courtesy of Paula Asen

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