The Racine Lutheran High School girls soccer team overcame ugly weather for a pretty victory Friday.

Sophomore Caroline Strande scored all of the Crusaders goals and junior first-year goalkeeper Lexi Thomas made three saves as Lutheran beat Cristo Rey Jesuit of Milwaukee 5-2 in a nonconference match at Pershing Park in Racine.

Conditions were less than ideal — cold, wind and a muddy field — but it didn’t seem to bother Strande, who scored three unassisted goals in the first half and added two goals in the second half, one unassisted and the other assisted by Hannah Mains.

Thomas, who never played in goal before this season, made three saves for the Crusaders (1-1) and the two goals she allowed were wind-blown, Lutheran coach Kevin McNamara said.

“I’ve been very impressed by her,” McNamara said of Thomas. “She’s stepped up and done really well for us.”

KENOSHA TREMPER 5, ST. CATHERINE’S 2: At Ameche Field in Kenosha, the Angels trailed 2-1 at the half, but Tremper had the wind and the advantage in the second half, scoring three goals in a short span.

Sophomore goalkeeper Sofi Wentorf, who had 10 saves, helped keep it close for St. Catherine’s (2-1) in the first half. Coach Ben Lake said she made a save on a breakaway and a few other nice saves.

Junior Sadie Gilbert scored in the first half for the Angels, assisted by senior Molly O’Brien, and O’Brien scored the second half goal unassisted.

Track & field

BADGER QUADRANGULAR: At a four-team meet at Lake Geneva Thursday, Evan Schuster was a three-time winner for the St. Catherine’s boys and Terra McMahon had two firsts and a second for the Union Grove girls.

Schuster won the 100 meters in 11.47 seconds, the 200 in 23.14 seconds and took the long jump with a leap of 20-2. Guy Van Dis took second in the shot put (43-9½) and discus (116-11½) for the Angels. Eric Dean was second in the 400 (55.03) for Union Grove and the Broncos took second in the 4x200 relay (1:42.11) and 4x800 relay (9:45.79).

McMahon won the 100 in 13.14 and the 200 in 28.29, and she took second in the long jump (15-7). Ashton Horenziak (1:08.25) and Izzy Demarest (1:09.25) went 1-2 in the 400, Abby Martin won the 3,200 (12:58.62), Katie Fruth won the shot put (36-1), and Hannah Bounds tied for second in the high jump (4-10) for the Broncos.

Tiana Marshall was second in the 200 (28.73) for St. Catherine’s.


KENOSHA BRADFORD 11, CASE 7: Thursday, the Eagles led the Red Devils 6-5 after a three-run fourth inning, but Bradford rallied for five runs in the top of the seventh and won a Southeast Conference game at Horlick Field.

Brady Brenner drove in two runs and Seth Sanchez had an RBI in the fourth. Brenner went 3 for 4 with three RBIs, Sanchez went 2 for 4, Matt Friesema went 2 for 3 (double, two walks) and Tyler Robbins went 2 for 3 as Case (0-6, 0-2 SEC) outhit Bradford 13-11.

After the Red Devils tied the game in the top of the fifth, the Eagles “ran out of pitching,” in the seventh, coach James Ricchio said.

Boys tennis

FRANKLIN 7, PARK 0: The Panthers lost every match Thursday in a Southeast Conference dual meet at Horlick High School. The result was incorrect in Friday’s paper.