Tigers’ Beninghaus All-CLC first team

by Greg Ceilley of The Review staff


TAYLOR BENINGHAUS TAYLOR BENINGHAUS Taylor Beninghaus of Howards Grove, a 5-foot-10 senior forward, was voted to the All-Central Lakeshore Conference girls basketball first team for the 2013-14 season by the CLC coaches.

Her Tiger teammates, senior Courtney Milz and freshman Brittany Schaller, were named to the second and honorable mention teams, respectively.

The Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah Resorters have three All-CLC players in sophomore Rachael Flora, a second-team pick, and senior Ashley Pfeifer and sophomore Emily Holzmann who are honorable mention. Pfeifer was also honorable mention last year.

Beninghaus ranked fifth in the CLC in scoring with a 12.0 pointsper game average and was third in rebounding at 7.6 per contest. She averaged 0.7 assists, 1.3 steals and 0.9 blocked shots per game, and shot 47.8 percent from the field overall.

“Taylor was our only consistent offensive player all season,” said Tiger head coach Heidi Georgeff.


RACHAEL FLORA RACHAEL FLORA “She has improved so much since last season – going from a role player to the offensive leader. She’s a hard worker and a positive kid.”

Milz, a 5-9 guard-forward, averaged 8.5 points, 5.1 rebounds, 1.5 assists, 0.8 steals and 0.4 blocks per game. She tied for ninth in the league in three-point goals with 11.

“Courtney was our No. 1 onball defender this season – usually guarding the other team’s leading scorer. She had some nice offensive games in conference this season,” Georgeff noted.

Flora, a 5-10 forward, finished eighth in the conference in rebounding with a 6.6 average and scored at a 9.1 clip. She averaged 0.5 assists, 1.4 steals and 0.4 blocks per contest.

“Rachael was pretty solid for us in the post. She was our threat inside and one of the top post players in the conference,” said Resorter head coach Donny Kulow.


COURTNEY MILZ COURTNEY MILZ “Rachael has worked hard to get this honor and will continue to get better and develop her game.”

Pfeifer, a 5-4 guard, was second in the CLC in steals with a 3.1 average and scored 7.9 points per contest. She averaged 1.9 assists, 2.4 rebounds and 0.6 blocks.

“Ashley was a three-year starter on the varsity and has received some kind of [All-CLC] award each year. That is a credit to her and what she was able to accomplish,” Kulow said.

“She was one of the top defenders in the conference.”

Pfeifer was an all-league second team player as a sophomore.

Holzmann, a 5-4 guard, averaged 6.9 points, 3.6 boards, 2.1 assists and 1.6 steals per game. She ranked ninth in the league in assists and steals.

“Emily would hit a big shot when needed, get a steal, or find an open teammate. She is a player on the rise and her game continues to improve,” Kulow said.

Schaller, a 5-4 guard, finished fourth in in assists per game at 2.9 and tied for seventh in steals at 1.9. She averaged 3.5 points and 4.9 rebounds per contest.

“She’s been our little spark plug all season and a kid that fights all game,” said Georgeff.

“I am pleased that she earned honorable-mention honors and I look forward to seeing what the future holds for her.”

Senior guard Maranda Huibregtse of CLC champion Oostburg was voted to the first team for the third straight season. She is the only first-team repeater. Huibregtse, sophomore guard Hannah Modahl of Sheboygan Christian and junior guard Ashli Von Heimburg of Cedar Grove-Belgium are the unanimous first-team selections.

FINAL CLC STATS

Huibregtse led the league in scoring with a 19.5 average per game. She also ranked No. 1 in assists and steals at 4.9 and 4.2 per contest, respectively.

Sophomore forward Carissa Wisse of Christian was the rebounding leader with a 12.0 average.

Elkhart sophomore guard-forward Emma Feldmann was first in blocks with a 1.6 average.

Senior guard Danielle Byrum of Sheboygan Lutheran sank a leaguehigh 36 three-point goals.

All-CLC
Girls Basketball

FIRST TEAM
Maranda Huibregtse, Oostburg........Sr.
Hannah Modahl, Sheb Christian.....So.
Ashli Von Heimburg, Cedar Grove....Jr.
Taylor Beninghaus, H. Grove........Sr.
Carissa Wisse, Sheb. Christian…...So.
Erin Quam, Sheboygan Lutheran.....Sr.
SECOND TEAM
Danielle Byrum, Sheb Lutheran.......Sr.
Jessika Dieringer, Ozaukee..............Jr.
Rachael Flora, EL-Glen. ...............So.
Delaney Sinnen, Random Lake....…Sr.
Courtney Milz, Howards Grove.....Sr.
Lydia Legler, Cedar Grove...............Sr.
HONORABLE MENTION
Shannon Boldt, Oostburg.................Sr.
Ashley Pfeifer, EL-Glen. ...........….Sr.
Emily Holzmann, EL-Glen. ...........So.
AJ Caldwell, Cedar Grove.................Jr.
Kim VanStelle, Oostburg...................Jr.
Jessica Mueller, Random Lake.....…Sr.
Brittany Schaller, H.Grove.............Fr.

CLC GIRLS BASKETBALL
Final Standings

W L
Oostburg………......…................13 1
Sheboygan Christian..................10 4
Howards Grove…………........….9 5
Sheboygan Lutheran....................8 6
Cedar Grove-Belgium...................6 8
Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah...........5 9
Ozaukee……….......…..................5 9
Random Lake.....….......................0 14


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