Boldt, Jorgensen among state leaders
Waupaca soccer team wins four more games
By Greg Seubert
Seth Boldt and Luis Jorgensen are putting up some big numbers this season for the Waupaca boys’ soccer team.
Not only are they two reasons the Comets have a 12-1-2 record, they’re also in the top five statewide in assists. Boldt is also currently tied with Oshkosh North’s Lamin Jarju in scoring.
As of Sept. 26, Boldt and Jarju lead the state with 78 points. Boldt has 31 goals and 16 assists so far this season, while Jarju has 34 goals and 10 assists. Goals are counted as two points and assists are counted as one.
Jorgensen is also fifth statewide with 14 assists and Boldt’s 16 assists place him fourth.
Waupaca picked up a pair of wins Sept. 24 at a four-team quadrangular at Waupaca High School and also picked up recent wins over Hortonville and Fox Valley Lutheran.
The Comets posted a 2-0-1 record with a 7-1 win over Sheboygan Falls, a 3-0 win over New London and a scoreless tie with Middleton’s varsity reserve team.
Boldt and Jorgensen scored three goals each in a win over Sheboygan Falls, while Keegan Turrubiates also found the net. Boldt finished with a team-high two assists and Jorgensen, Forrest Ziebell, Eugene Pliska and Quentin Polebitski added one each.
Boldt added two goals and Polebitski had one in a 3-0 win over New London. Jorgensen, Ziebell and Pliska had an assist.
Goalkeeper Nate Schuler-Jones had five saves in the game against Middleton.
Waupaca 6, Hortonville 2
Waupaca overcame a 2-0 deficit and handed the Polar Bears a nonconference loss Sept. 22 in Hortonville.
Boldt had five goals for Waupaca and Jorgensen scored once.
Waupaca 3, FVL 2
Waupaca improved to 3-0 in North Eastern play Sept. 20 with a win over the Foxes.
Boldt gave the Comets a 2-0 lead in the first half with a pair of unassisted goals.
Hunter Greshay cut Waupaca’s lead in half with a goal later in the half, but Jorgensen gave the Comets a two-goal cushion 40 seconds later.
FVL’s Matt Medema scored the only goal of the second half.
Schuler-Jones finished with five saves.
Waupaca hosted Luxemburg-Casco Sept. 27 and will head to Clintonville for a 4:30 p.m. North Eastern matchup Thursday, Sept. 29. The Truckers entered play this week with a 10-1 record and a 3-0 mark in conference play.