Wednesday, December 8, 2021

Green Bay Notre Dame takes revenge, defeats McFarland Boys’ Soccer in state semifinals

Ogorzalek was very proud of his team, which was plagued with injuries and the guys playing out of position had all fallen, but came late for a run for state.

“We were only seeded sixth in our class, so it was very difficult to get here,” he said. “So yeah, people have a lot to be proud of. That said, we weren’t content to be here, like some teams are. We thought we could compete.”

One of the major factors that held back from injuries was the late co-captain, Nicholls.

“Bringing Zach back late made a world of difference for us,” Ogorzalek said, “and not just on the field.” On the bus, in practice, wherever he went, he had a positive effect. A quintessential leader.”

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He also praised fellow co-captain Schutt, who made five saves that day.

“The all-state keeper’s return was huge for us,” Ogorzalek said. “From his work in the nets to the way he organized the defense on the field, it was awesome.”

The Spartans would graduate eight senior citizens from the side that was making its fourth straight trip to the state.

“We were proud of all the people,” Ogorzalek said. “He competed throughout the season.”


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