Tag Archives: Ethan Kane

SPASH takes 3-1 rivalry win over Rapids

By Steve Hill Photo by Kylie Bridenhagen Sept. 6, 2018 STEVENS POINT — In a young soccer season that has already seen multiple rainouts, Tuesday’s SPASH-Wisconsin Rapids contest featured only a figurative deluge, but one that meant a very real 3-1 victory for the Panthers. SPASH scored all three goals in the span of just… Read More »

WVC league soccer play opens Tuesday

By Steve Hill Aug. 27, 2018 If the Wisconsin Valley Conference had to select a baked good as a league mascot for 2018, maybe the turnover would be a good choice. Four of the WVC’s seven teams have new coaches, and there aren’t enough returning players from the 2017 All-WVC first and second teams to… Read More »

Offense dominates All-WVC soccer squad

By Steve Hill Oct. 27, 2017 Led by Player of Year Jack Kiiskila of league champion Wisconsin Rapids, the 2017 All-Wisconsin Valley Conference squad is dominated by seniors who scored — a lot. Kiiskila, a forward who racked up 66 points on 27 goals and 12 assists to lead the Valley, was one of eight… Read More »

SPASH cruises by Marshfield, 10-0

Story and photo by Steve Hill Aug. 31, 2017 Stevens Point — The score looked like one team got schooled, but it was still a learning experience for both Wisconsin Valley Conference opponents trying to find their identities early in the season. The Marshfield Tigers, with only four seniors on their varsity roster, visited the… Read More »

Slide show: Reliving SPASH-Hudson regional soccer

CWS Sports Desk Saturday’s 4-2 SPASH victory over Hudson in the WIAA regional final was a long time coming for Panther seniors.  Relive the emotion through the words of the players and images provided by the SPASH Boys Soccer Booster Club. Click the screen shot below to go to a new tab, then click the… Read More »

SPASH, Everest content with 2-2 draw

By Steve Hill Sept. 20, 2016 Stevens Point — Most say ties are like kissing your sister. Apparently, some are like kissing a supermodel. Even though state-ranked D.C. Everest gave up a two-goal lead and SPASH couldn’t quite capitalize on a 30-12 shot advantage, each team’s players and coaches seemed remarkably happy to walk away from Tuesday night’s battle for… Read More »