Sept. 29, 2017 – Jackson, WI – Kettle Moraine Lutheran toppled rivals West Bend West on Friday afternoon, taking the game by a 4-1 score.
Both teams had quality chances in the first half, but the first goal didn’t come until after the half-hour mark, when KML’s Jake Semenske lofted a shot over the keeper and into the net.
In the second half, Semenkse found a sprinting Joseph Raasch, who blazed past the Spartan defense and made no mistake in front of the goal.
West Bend took control of the game after the second goal, constantly threatening the KML goal.
The Spartan breakthrough came on a penalty, but West’s joy was short-lived, as Jake Semenske brought the lead back to two just moments later.
The Chargers put the game away when Jacob Moeller cut a pass through the box and onto the foot of Raasch, who powered his attempt home.
KML is off until next Thursday, when it will begin the East Central Conference Playoffs.
Photo is of Riley Asen, courtesy of Paula Asen