Panthers’ Moegenburg All-EWC first team

by Greg Ceilley of The Review staff

Senior Kaily Moegenburg of Plymouth was voted to the All- Eastern Wisconsin Conference girls basketball first team by the league coaches for the 2013-14 season.

Moegenburg was a secondteam selection last year. Also earning All-EWC honors for the Panthers are freshman Gwen Streblow on the second team and sophomore Jordyn Pieper, honorable mention.

Moegenburg, a 5-foot-11 forward, led the EWC in rebounding with a 9.3 average per game and had a 9.1 points-per-game average. Moegenburg tied for second in steals at 3.3 per contest, shared third in assists with a 2.9 average and tied for fourth in three-point goals at 15.

She shot an excellent 55.7 percent from two-point range and hit 44.5 overall from the field. Moegenburg shot 30.6 percent from three-point range.

“Kaily is worthy of all-conference. Her scoring was down a little this year but she was very unselfish and ranked high in several categories [in the EWC],” said Panther head coach Brad Shutter.

“She had a very good overall season. She was one of our team captains and her leadership was very good. Her leadership was very important and she led by example.”

Streblow, a 5-9 forward, finished third in the conference in scoring with an 11.1 average and first in three-pointers with 22. She shot well from the threepoint arc at 38.6 percent (22-for- 57).

Streblow averaged 1.6 assists, 1.5 steals and 3.0 rebounds per contest.

“I thought she should’ve been first team. Talent-wise, I thought she was one of the top-five players in the conference,” said Shutter.

Streblow narrowly missed being voted to the first team and led the second-unit players in votes.

“Gwen is such a good allaround player. She is able to post up, hit the three and drive to the basket. Her on-ball defense is very good. She has a bright future and will only get better,” Shutter said.

Pieper, a 5-6 guard, ranked fifth in the EWC in assists and steals at 2.6 and 2.2 per game, respectively. She averaged 7.3 points and 3.9 rebounds per contest and sank eight three-balls.

“I liked her energy and passion for the team. She is a hardnosed, scrappy defender. We usually put her on the other team’s best scoring guard. Jordyn also has a bright future and will only get better,” said Shutter.

Sophomore guard Alexi Walesh was voted the EWC’s Player of the Year. Walesh led the league in scoring with a 12.4 average, tied for second in steals at 3.3 per game and was sixth in assists with a 2.4 average.

Mike Schultz, who directed Two Rivers to a share of the league title with Waupun, was voted the EWC’s Coach of the Year.

Senior forward Mackenzie Walesh is the only first-team repeater. She and Alexi Walesh are the only unanimous first-team players.

FINAL EWC STATS

Sophomore guard Becky Raeder of Sheboygan Falls led the league in assists with a 3.9 average per contest.

Junior forward Tori Zipperer of New Holstein ranked first in steals with a 3.5 average per game.

All-EWC
Girls Basketball

FIRST TEAM
Alexi Walesh, Two Rivers................So.
Mackenzie Walesh, Two Rivers........Sr.
Cassie Schweitzer, Kiel…..…..........So.
Kaily Moegenburg, Plymouth........Sr.
Haley Feucht, Campbellsport…........Sr.
SECOND TEAM
Gwen Streblow, Plymouth…..........Fr.
Maddie Dahmer, Kiel…..……..…......Sr.
Kayla Bonack, Waupun.....................Jr.
Tori Zipperer, New Holstein…...........Jr.
Kelsey Thompson, Waupun..............Sr.
HONORABLE MENTION
Becky Raeder, Sheboygan Falls......So.
Erika Van Engen, Sheb. Falls..........So.
Jordyn Pieper, Plymouth…...........So.
Karlie Beeck, Sheboygan Falls.........Sr.
Marissa Stahl, Kewaskum….............Jr.
Mia Voland, Kiel…..……....…...........Sr.
Elena Garcia, Two Rivers................So.
Emily Peterson, Waupun...................Jr.

EWC GIRLS BASKETBALL
Final Standings
W L
Two Rivers..………..….………....11 3
Waupun……………….............….11 3
Plymouth………..……................10 4
Kiel…………………..............……10 4
Sheboygan Falls………............….6 8
Campbellsport…………..…….…...5 9
New Holstein…….………..............3 11
Kewaskum………………...............0 14


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