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Layne Neuenfeldt makes a diving save in front of a Lomira attacker as Ellie Seymer (15) watches in Ripon’s 1-0 win over Lomira Tuesday. Neuenfeldt made 16 saves.
Layne Neuenfeldt makes a diving save in front of a Lomira attacker as Ellie Seymer (15) watches in Ripon’s 1-0 win over Lomira Tuesday. Neuenfeldt made 16 saves.
Wednesday, May 15, 2019 11:58 AM

The Ripon High School girls’ soccer team won three games in a row for the first time in recent memory Tuesday with a 1-0 home victory over Lomira. You wouldn’t know it, though, talking to head coach Steve Nankervis.

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