Tigers’ Rickmeier named to All-CLC first team

¦ Resorters’ Ausloos earns second team honors
by Greg Ceilley of The Review staff


MARIAH AUSLOOS MARIAH AUSLOOS Hayley Rickmeier, Howards Grove 6-foot senior forward, is a unanimous All-Central Lakeshore Conference girls basketball firstteam pick by the league coaches for the 2012-13 season.

Rickmeier has two Tiger teammates who also earned All-CLC recognition – senior 5-10 forward Brittany Wehrmann and 5-6 senior guard Cassie Marver, both honorable mention. Rickmeier was honorable mention last year,

The Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah Resorters have a pair of all-league players in 5-8 sophomore guard Mariah Ausloos, a second-team selection, and 5-4 junior guard Ashley Pfeifer, honorable mention. Pfeifer was on the second unit as a sophomore.

All-CLC
Girls Basketball

FIRST TEAM
Abby VanStelle, Oostburg................Sr.
Maranda Huibregtse, Oostburg.........Jr.
Nicole Paulus, Random Lake.....…...Sr.
Ashley Scheele, Sheb. Lutheran…...Sr.
Hayley Rickmeier, Howards Gr. ....Sr.
Alyssa Schmitt, Cedar Grove............Sr.
SECOND TEAM
Mariah Ausloos, EL-Glen. ............So.
Jessika Dieringer, Ozaukee.............So.
Jocelyn Stemper, Oostburg..............Sr.

Lizzie Janke, Ozaukee......................Jr.
Carissa Wisse, Sheboygan Christ. ...Fr.
Maria Huibregtse, Oostburg..............Jr.
HONORABLE MENTION
Delaney Sinnen, Random Lake...….Jr.
Emily Thome, Ozaukee....................Sr.
Hannah Modahl, Sheboygan Christ. Fr.
Ashley Pfeifer, Elkhart Lake-Glen. Jr.
Brittany Wehrmann, Howards Gr. .Sr.
Alyssa Sauer, Cedar Grove..............Sr.
Alexis Rodriguez, Kohler..................Sr.
Katie Bares, Ozaukee.......................Sr.
Cassie Marver, Howards Grove.....Sr.
Mari-Kathleen Marzano, Kohler........Sr.

Danielle Byrum, Sheb. Lutheran…...Jr.
Erin Quam, Sheb. Lutheran…...........Jr.
CLC GIRLS BASKETBALL
Final Standings
W L
Oostburg………......….................16 0
Howards Grove…………..…......13 3
Ozaukee……….......….................11 5
Random Lake.....…........................9 7
Sheboygan Lutheran......................7 9
Cedar Grove-Belgium....................7 9
Sheboygan Christian.....................5 11
Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah.............3 13
Kohler.............................................1 15

HAYLEY RICKMEIER

“Hayley was our most consistent player,” said Tiger head coach Heidi Georgeff.

“She played a lot of minutes for us this season and she rarely had to come out of the game due to foul trouble. She was our offensive leader and has been a big post presence for us over the last few years.”

Rickmeier ranked sixth in the CLC in scoring with a 10.6 pointsper game average and was fourth in rebounding at 6.8 per contest. She averaged 2.3 assists, 1.9 steals and 0.9 blocks.

Rickmeier shot 42.8 percent from the field overall and was 61.8 percent at the foul line.

“Mariah worked hard this year. It wasn’t just points but she was also a strong rebounder and defender,” said Resorter head coach Donny Kulow.

“She brought a toughness to our team. It was nice to see.”

Ausloos ranked in the top seven in the CLC in four statistical categories. She tied for third in steals with a 3.1 average per game; shared fifth in blocked shots, 1.3 average; seventh in scoring, 10.1 average; and fifth in rebounding at 6.5 per game.

Ausloos sank 13 three-point goals and averaged 0.9 assists per contest.

“Brittany was a great compliment to Hayley,” Georgeff noted.

Wehrmann tied for third in the CLC in blocks with a 1.4 average and finished sixth in steals at 2.4 per game. She averaged 6.8 points, 1.0 steals and 4.7 rebounds per game.

“Cassie is an excellent defender. She always guarded the opposing team’s leading scorer and was counted on to be our stopper,” Georgeff pointed out.

“She was a huge key to us winning 13 games in the CLC.”

Marver averaged 1.9 steals, 1.6 assists, 3.1 rebounds and 3.2 points per contest in conference play.

“Ashley led the conference in steals at 3.6 per game,” Kulow noted.

“She was a solid player for us. If she works at her game in the offseason, she could be second- team or even first-team all-conference – she has that ability.”

Pfeifer shared sixth in assists at 2.5 per contest and averaged 8.0 points and 3.6 boards.

Senior guard-forward Ashley Scheele of Sheboygan Lutheran was voted to the All-CLC first team for the third straight season. Junior point guard Maranda Huibregtse of Oostburg was named to the top unit for the second consecutive year.

Huibregtse, Scheele, senior forward Abby VanStelle of Oostburg and senior guard Nicole Paulus, Random Lake are the other unanimous first-team players. Unbeaten league champion Oostburg (16- 0) has a CLC-best two first-team choices.

FINAL CLC STATS

Paulus was the league scoring champion with a 17.1 average per game, followed by VanStelle at 16.7 and Scheele, 16.5. Van Stelle was first in overall fieldgoal shooting with a red-hot 77.9 percent.

Freshman Carissa Wisse of Sheboygan Christian led in rebounding with an 11.1 average. Huibregtse was No. 1 in assists with an impressive 6.1 average.

Sophomore guard Morgan Edge of Howards was the No. 1 three-point shooter with an excellent 47.8 percent (11-for-23). Junior Erin Quam of Lutheran led in free-throw accuracy at 77.3 percent (17-for-22).

Junior Lydia Legler of Cedar Grove-Belgium was first in blocks with a 2.1 average.


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