Sapphire posts 2 U12 girls wins during week
By Journal Sports Staff
MARQUETTE — Ella Marie Henning, Seere Helms-Gleason, Ellie Duke, Sophia Henning and Giana Rowe scored for Sapphire in its 8-1 victory over Navy in an Under-12 girls game of the Superiorland Soccer Association on Monday.
In Red’s 3-2 win over the Gold Goal Diggers, Marijah Willis and Raquel Orahanen scored for Red while Maia Hemmila got goals for Gold.
Sapphire won 5-1 Thursday over Green Lucky Charms. Seere Helms-Gleason and Giana Rowe scored for Sapphire while Jaylee Dellies knocked the ball in for Green.
During the week of May 29, Maia Hemmila, Delanee Lenten, Ida Larsen and Macyn Deangelo scored for the Gold Goal Diggers in its 6-3 win over Sapphire, which got goals from Seere Helm-Gleason and Sophia Henning.
Green Lucky Charms posted a 5-0 win over Navy with goals by Jaylee Dellies, Joslyn Leuzzo and Elaine Reynolds.
Red posted an 8-0 win over Navy with scorers Mariah Willis and Raquel Orahanen.
Last week, Green Machine beat Team Orange 6-3 with scorers Jaden Lassard, Riley Lindberg, Hannah Blemberg, and Karsten Kamps.
Tropic Blue beat the Cardinals 9-2 as Blue got goals by Colin Bjorne, Des Dernandes, Chad Pohlman, Nathan Ostlund and Colin Bjorne.
In game of June 7, these were reported scorers:
Team 3 — Max Holdwick
Golden Gummy Bears — Max Comrie
Team 7 — Eliot Mason and Ayden Beaudry
Here are June 4 scorers:
Team 3 — Maxwell Holdwick
Team 5 — Pete Closner, Kaylen Wallner and Max Comrie
Team 6 — Torry Cookman and Alex Schlemm
Team 7 — Eliot Mason, Lloyd O’Connor, Madison Parsley and Lily Wilkinson
Team 8 — Phillip Nelson and Landon Nordberg
In the season openers on May 31, there are scorers:
Team 1 — Rylan Ragusett, Ethan Sandstrom, Dustin Lohfink and Alexis Adams
Team 2 — Gideon Bell, Jack Rule, Wyatt Kuhlman, Meghan Macphee, Anthony Petrocik, Hunter Symbol and Brennen Schwemin
Red — Quinn Kerekes
Golden Gummy Bears — Kainoa Lacar
Team 6 — Jacob Schlemm, Alexander Schlemm, Torrey Cookman, Tyler Sicotte, Leah Gobert and Emily Fraley
Team 7 — Lloyd O’Connor
Grey — Wyatt Lakenen, Zachary Sigal, Phillip Nelson and Isaac Johnson
Last week, the Spitfires notched a 2-0 win over Team 1 with scorers Mathew Brady and Morgan Amann.
Orange doubled up Thunder 8-4 with reported scorers Kyler Sager, Lucas Belkowski, Landon Carpenter, Jan van den Ende, Mason Aldrich and Peter Argeropoulos.
Scoring for Team 7 was David Juchemich.
Team 6 held on for a 4-1 win over Team 8 with scorers Aiden Andrews, Sawyer Johnson and Boden Moore and lauded for their play Peyton Zivnoska and Seamus Waite.
For the week of May 29, the Cobalt defeated Navy 5-2. Scorers included Harrison Jilbert, Cristian Jilbert-Linna, Jan van den Ende, Pavel McCutcheon, Ben Faber, Eli Havel and Mathew Brady.
In Orange’s 8-2 win over Grey, Mason Bocklund, Aiden Andrews, Tony DeMattia, Sawyer Johnson and Seamus Waite scored.
From May 21 an additional scorer, Niko Heinzel, should be included for Irish Green.
Last week, Orange Fire defeated Costa Rica and Mean Greens took out Flaming Foxes in a pair of close games.
Scorers included Eva Dosh, Anna Bernard, Lydia Gorsalitz, Claire Parent, Ava Prohel, Keira Heino, Lila Eagle, Anna Tuccini and Elle DeBolt.
During the week of May 21, the Mean Greens defeated the Orange Fire and Costa Rica doused the Flaming Foxes.
These are the goal scorers — Keira Heino, Anna Tuccini, Emily Janowski, Wiley Steeland, Alina Nelson, Claire Parent, Tessa Hubbard, Anna Bernard, Lydia Gorsalitz and Grace Matt.
During the week of May 21, Team 1 defeated the Teal Flames 8-1. Scorers included Brody Sheldon and James Herrington for Team 1 and Henrik Larsen for the Flames.
The Golden Knights downed the Purple Grape Galaxy 7-2. Scorers included the Knights’ Easton Dellies, Ehan Uimari, Will Bradley and Evan Dellies, and the Galaxy’s Grant Columb and Chandler Rochefort.
Green Thunder won a 3-1 defensive battle over Team 5. Scorers included the Thunder’s Colin Murray, Maris Kilbieda and Brody Clements.
The Orange Dragons recorded a 7-1 win over Team 4. Scorers included the Dragons’ Ryan Burbey, McCarty McKie, Michael Warlick, Keelean Reilly and Gage Dahlstrom, along with Team 4’s Josh DuBord.
During the week of May 29, Team 1 took a 7-3 win over Team 9, Teams 2 and 3 tied 3-3, Team 5 scored a 14-0 victory over Team 4, Team 6 won 9-3 over Team 7 and Teams 8 and 10 played to a 4-4 tie. No goal scores were available.
During the week of June 4, Team 1 took a 7-6 win over Team 6, Team 10 got a 2-0 shutout over Team 2, Team 3 got a 3-2 win over Team 9 and Team 7 got a 4-2 win over Team 5. Goal scorers were not available.
In games played on June 6, these were reported goal scorers:
Team 1 — Lilly Chevalier, Sophie Coxon and Avery Osborne
Team 2 — Evan Mattila
Team 3 — Jace Ogea
Team 4 — Liam Carpenter, Jack Snow, Elijah Manning, Eliot Borione and Asher Sandstron
Team 5 — Michael Vergridge, Mitchell Lasich and Brock Bolf
Team 6 — Tanner Leach, Eli Gustafson and Drake Canull
Team 7 — Jordan Erva and Wyatt Arbelius
Team 8 — Ethan Grover, Jude Kyllonen, Calvin Carlson and Stephan Langsford
Team 10 — Henry Blaksmith and Luke Bressette
In games played the week of May 30, these were scorers:
Team 1 — Avery Osborne
Team 2 — Easton Bal, Evan Mattila, Maddox Menhennick, Andy Berglund, Teddy Duke and Claire Cass
Team 3 — Nolen Bishop and Logan Boanni
Team 4 — Eliott Borione, Asher Sandstrom, Lake Skytta, Jack Snow and Jackson Feltner
Team 5 — Anthony Thill
Team 6 — Drake Canull and Tate Kruhak
Team 7 — Jordan Erva
Team 8 — Calvin Carlson
Team 9 — Anthony McKinney, Brett Sorensen and Ella Jacobson
Team 10 — Hunter Quayle, Luke Bressette, Henry Blaksmith, Will Lindsay and Riley Nygard
Team 12 — Dylan Ballard and Sammy Uchytil
In early season action there were scorers:
Team 1 — Avery Osborne
Team 3 — Logan Bonanni, Jace Ogea and Nolan Bishop
Team 4 — Jackson Feltner, Emmett Hutter, Elijah Manning, Asher Sandstrom and Jack Snow
Team 5 — Mitchell Lasich
Team 6 — Eli Gustafson and Tate Kruhak
Team 7 — Jordan Erva
Team 9 — Anthony McKinney, Marlowe Murray and Brett Sorensen
Team 10 — Luke Bressette, Henry Blaksmith and Sawyer Dietsch
On May 17, this division opened its season with these scorers:
Team 1 — Oliver Bray
Red Hots — Drew Leahy, Johan Ervick and Brady Osborne
Purple Cheetahs — Will Gordon, Isabelle Henry and Cal O’Brien
Team 7 — Evan Cardinal
Eagles — Finn Bennett, Mason Mileski, Madelyn Miller, Alvin Monty and Caleb Schwiderson
Team 15 — Liza Lindsay, Jagger Galloway, David Dickinson, Greyson Lentz and Eli Winslow
Orange Tigers — Quinn Hosey and Shaylyn Claffey
Information compiled by Journal Sports Editor Steve Brownlee. His email address is email@example.com.