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Recap of the 2024 WIAA Girls Soccer State Tournament

06/17/2024, 10:45am CDT
By Norbert Durst

The 41st annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association State Girls Soccer Tournament was held Thursday through Saturday at Uihlein Soccer Park in Milwaukee. 

Muskego, Oregon, Plymouth, and Cedar Grove-Belgium were crowned state champions in their respective divisions. 

Division 1

The Muskego Warriors girls' soccer team claimed their third consecutive Division 1 state championship on Saturday, topping Kimberly, 2-1, in the state title game. 

The Warriors scored both of their goals in the second half. The first was by Anna Sikorski off of an assist by Maggie Mattek at the 51:58 mark. Klara Muench scored the game-winning goal (unassisted) at the 71:36 mark for coach Lance Matthews and the Warriors, which finished the season with a 17-1-4 record. 

Kimberly's lone goal of the contest was scored by Emily McCarthy and assisted by Marie Van Zeeland at the 39:54 mark. The Papermakers end the year with a 22-3-1 record. 

#4 Kimberly over #1 Waunakee, 1-0 - Box Score 
#2 Muskego over #3 Brookfield East, 5-2 - Box Score 

Division 2

The Oregon Panthers are the Division 2 WIAA State Champions in girls' soccer for the second time in three seasons, defeating Whitefish Bay, 1-0, in the Division 2 state title match. 

The Panthers, the state runner-up last season, have met Whitefish Bay in the state final for three straight seasons. 

Addison Werth scored the only goal of the contest, it was unassisted at the 49:14 mark of the second half.

Oregon, coached by Robert Nichols, finishes the year with an 18-1-1 record. 

Whitefish Bay, last year's D2 state champion, ends the season with a 15-6-5 record. 

#1 Oregon over #4 River Falls, 3-0 - Box Score 
#3 Whitefish Bay over #2 Cedarburg, 1-0 - Box Score 

Division 3

The Plymouth Panthers captured their second straight WIAA Girls' Soccer State Championship, edging Catholic Memorial, 2-1, in the state title match. 

Hailey Batzner scored the first goal (unassisted) at the 11:07 mark for the Panthers. The match was tied (1-1) for much of the contest before Melina Knowles netted the game-winner at the 69:45 mark for coach Brad Feick and the Panthers, which finished the year with a 20-1-2 record. 

Catholic Memorial's lone goal was netted by Lucia Brown off an assist from Kayden Scrima at the 15:06 mark. The Crusaders end the season with a 13-9-1 record. 

#1 Plymouth over #4 Rice Lake, 4-0 - Box Score 
#3 Catholic Memorial over #2 McFarland, 1-0 - Box Score

Division 4

Last year's state runner-up, Cedar Grove-Belgium won its first state title in girls' soccer team history, defeating The Prairie School, 5-1, in the Division 4 WIAA State Championship.

Cora Erickson scored three goals and added a pair of assists to lead the Rockets. She scored the first goal of the match, netting an unassisted goal at the 10:19 mark, and added two more unassisted goals in the contest to lead Plymouth to the win. 

Aubrey Marti (60:48 mark) and Hailey Prom (78:52 mark) netted the other two goals, both assisted by Erickson. Cedar Grove-Belgium, coached Zac Garza, finishes the season with a 24-0-1 record. 

The Prairie School ends the year with a 16-5-2 record. 

#1 Cedar Grove-Belgium over #4 Regis/McDonell Central, 6-0 - Box Score 
#3 The Prairie School over #2 Kiel, 7-1 - Box Score 

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