Kettle Moraine Lutheran opened its final week of regular season play with a win on the road, beating Campbellsport 2-1.
The Chargers were first on the board when sophomore Jake Semenske curled a shot beautifully into the top corner.
Kettle Moraine Lutheran took this 1-0 lead into halftime and then came out flying, creating chance after chance at the goal.
The Chargers hard work paid off in the 61st minute, when Joey Behm powered home a cross to double the lead.
Kettle Moraine had several more chances to increase its lead, but came up just short.
Campbellsport made things interesting in the 74th minute, when senior Sonny Johnson tore past the Charger defense and scored a goal.
Minutes later, Johnson came within inches of tying the score, but his shot sailed barely wide.
KML held on for the victory, improving its record to 12-4-3.
The Chargers wrap up conference play on Thursday, hosting Kewaskum.
Photo is of Justin Ninmann, courtesy of Diane Behm