Slinger boys soccer team with strong start to season; Owls ranked 5th in state | By Colby Hora and photo by Olivia Kreft

September 18, 2019 – Slinger, WI – The Slinger boys varsity soccer season is well underway, with two of five home games already complete.


Photo courtesy Olivia Kreft

Headed by the second year head coach Daniel Carpenter and assistant coach Chico Parisotto, the Owl’s first game of the season was against North Fond du Lac.

Slinger wiped out the competition with a score of Slinger: 7, North Fond du Lac: 0.

Scoring for Slinger:


Nathan Kemp: 3

Sam Strachan: 1

Alex Klumb: 1

Owen Martin: 1

Brady Jackson: 1


Owen Martin: 2

Mauricio Gundrum: 2

Kyle Perry: 2


Connor Day


Tuesday night, September 10, was Parents Night.  The Owls squared off against the Port Washington Pirates and came away with a 2-0 victory.

Goals were scored by Owen Martin and Nathan Kemp (with an assist from Martin).

Connor Day was the goalie for the shut out.

It was a very satisfying win as Slinger lost to Port Washington the last two years.

The Slinger soccer team is killing it in the ratings this year. The team is ranked fifth overall in the state.

Student athletes Noah Mueller and Patrick Melius attribute their team’s success to hard work and love of practice.

They are both excited to see how the season plays out.


If you would like to attend any of the remaining home games here is the upcoming schedule:

Tuesday, Sept. 24, 7 p.m. against West Bend West

Thursday, Oct. 3, 7 p.m. against Grafton

Tuesday, Oct. 15, 7 p.m. against Whitefish Bay

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