Tag Archives: Krista Koenig

SPASH heads up youthful All-WVC girls soccer team

CWS Sports Desk June 3, 2018 Four SPASH juniors and high-scoring sophomores Maddie Simpson of D.C. Everest and Nina Hashimoto of Marshfield highlight the youngest All-Wisconsin Valley Conference girls soccer first team in the last half-decade. Abby Gemza, Lauren Johnson, Madisyn Rogan and Julia Moder helped lead SPASH to its first outright conference title since… Read More »

SPASH takes regional soccer title on penalty shootout

By Steve Hill June 2, 2018 Weston — The third time isn’t always a charm. In some cases, it’s proof. The road to girls soccer titles in Central Wisconsin runs though Weston, and the SPASH Panthers showed it is a route they’re not afraid to take, downing the D.C. Everest Evergreens 5-4 on a penalty… Read More »

Everest cruises to 7-1 win over Chippewa Falls

CWS Sports Desk May 31, 2018 Weston — The D.C. Everest Evergreens got goals from six different players on the way to a 7-1 rout of Chippewa Falls Thursday in a Division 1 soccer playoff game, setting up a big rematch with conference champ SPASH in Weston Saturday. Everest, by virtue of its No. 2… Read More »

SPASH authors 1-0 masterpiece at Everest

By Steve Hill May 22, 2018 Weston — When your team rewrites Wisconsin Valley Conference soccer history, it’s probably okay to make up a word or two. The SPASH Panthers ended D.C. Everest’s 48-game WVC unbeaten streak behind Lauren Johnson’s 40th-minute goal and a textbook defensive effort, setting up a shot at their first conference… Read More »

Everest wins 3-0, moves into first

CWS Sports Desk May 15, 2018 Wausau — D.C. Everest got a hat trick from Maddie Simpson and moved into sole possession of first place in the Wisconsin Valley Conference with a 3-0 win at Wausau West Tuesday night. Simpson scored the first of three second-half goals on an unassisted play in the 52nd, then… Read More »

Simpson leads Everest past Appleton North

CWS Sports Desk May 12, 2018 Weston — Maddie Simpson scored two goals and picked up an assist in a 5-4 win over Appleton North in D.C. Everest’s  tournament on Saturday. Simpson scored on a Meghan Heil assist in the 19th minute to give Everest a 1-0 lead, and after Appleton North’s Virginia Gulotta tied… Read More »

Evergreens down Prairie School, 2-1

CWS Sports Desk May 11, 2018 Weston — D.C. Everest got another solid girls soccer victory with a 2-1 win over The Prairie School. Wisconsin’s fourth-ranked Division 4 squad, at an Everest invitational tournament on Friday. Senior forward Krista Koenig scored unassisted in the 45th minute to give Everest a 1-0 halftime lead, and sophomore… Read More »

Everest rolls over East, 11-1

CWS Sports Desk May 10, 2018 Wausau — The D.C. Everest girls soccer team got goals from nine different players en route to an 11-1 defeat of Wausau East at East on Thursday. The win moved the five-time defending champs into a tie for second place in the Wisconsin Valley Conference.  With 6 points and… Read More »

Everest beefs up résumé with win, tie

CWS Sports Desk May 5, 2018 Eau Claire — The D.C. Everest girls soccer team had an impressive showing in the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Spring Classic this weekend, earning a draw and a win in two games against teams ranked in the top 10 of the state’s biggest soccer division. The Evergreens started off… Read More »

Everest runs by Merrill, 8-0

CWS Sports Desk May 3, 2018 Weston — The D.C. Everest Evergreens opened their defense of the Wisconsin Valley Conference girls soccer crown with an 8-0 win over Merrill in which seven different players scored. Everest (4-2-2, 1-0 WVC) got on the board early, with Madisyn Irwin scoring off an assist from Alanna Schneck in… Read More »

CWS Soccer Roundup: WVC play starts again, sort of

By Steve Hill April 25, 2018 When is a big game not a big game? Never, in the case of D.C. Everest and SPASH girls soccer.  The two Wisconsin Valley Conference foes square off Thursday in a meeting that won’t figure into the league race because conference athletic directors agreed to count only the second… Read More »