Bay Port, Brookfield Central, Notre Dame, and Kenosha St. Joseph won WIAA state girls soccer championships this weekend at Uihlein Soccer Park in Milwaukee. Oregon finished as runner-up in Division 2.
Bay Port (24-1) captured the program’s first State championship with a 3-1 win over Sheboygan North in the Division 1 final. The Pirates win the title in their fourth State appearance after placing runner-up a year ago. Sheboygan North (22-1-1) finishes runner-up in its first-ever State tournament appearance.
Brookfield Central (18-1-1) won the Division 2 championship with a 2-0 victory over Oregon. The Lancers, who won the Division 1 title a year ago, dropped down a division to win their second straight title and their sixth overall. They won four consecutive titles in Division 1 from 2002-05. Oregon (12-4-6) finishes runner-up in its third appearance in the title game and its fourth State tournament experience. The Panthers won the title in 2015 and runner-up were also runners-up in 2016.
Notre Dame (17-5-1) is the new champion in Division 3 by beating six-time defending champion Catholic Memorial 1-0. The Tritons win their first championship in five appearances in the State final and in their 11th experience in the tournament overall. Ten-time State champion Catholic Memorial (21-3-2) finishes runner-up in its 14th State tournament appearance.
Kenosha St. Joseph (17-5-1) is the champion in Division 4 after downing Cedar Grove-Belgium 2-1 in the championship. The Lancers win the State championship in their first tournament appearance, and Cedar Grove-Belgium (16-2-1) finishes runner-up in its first experience at State.