The Tomah High School boys soccer team lost a 2-0 decision at Onalaska Tuesday.

The Timberwolves fell to 1-10 in the Mississippi Valley Conference and 4-10 overall.

Tomah coach Scott Conzemius said the defense played well but needed more from an offense that was shut out for the second straight contest.

“The back line has been much improved,” Conzemius said. “Offensively we aren’t doing enough as a team ...we gave up possession too easily, which meant our offense never really had a chance to get going.”

Tomah didn’t register a shot on net, but Conzemius said his team “did create several goal scoring chances. We just failed to execute.”

Conzemius said the Timberwolves got another stellar effort in goal from Nolan Stees, who stopped a pair of Onalaska one-on-one chances.

“Nolan as always played well,” Conzemius said. “He made several big saves to help keep us in the game.”

The Timberwolves travel to La Crosse Tuesday for a 7 p.m. match against La Crosse Central tentatively scheduled at Fields for Kids. They wrap up the regular season Friday, Oct. 12 with a home contest against La Crosse Logan starting at 4:30 p.m. at Veterans Field.

The junior varsity squad hosts the Mississippi Valley Conference tournament Saturday, Oct. 13 starting at 9 a.m. at the Tomah School Soccer Complex.

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Steve Rundio is editor of the Tomah Journal. Contact him at 608-374-7785.

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