Tigers’ Mugan All-CLC first team again

¦ EL-G’s Schmitz on second team
by Greg Ceilley of The Review staff

Senior midfielder Nicole Mugan of Howards Grove was selected to the All-Central Lakeshore Conference girls soccer first team for the second consecutive season by the CLC coaches.

Two other Tigers are on the first team in senior defender Bailey Schaller and freshman forward Brittany Schaller, Bailey’s sister. HGHS has one second-team player – senior defender Krista Hackbarth.

The Tigers’ honorable-mention choices are junior midfielder Morgan Edge, senior forward Allison Schmid and freshman midfielder Kaitlyn Near. Schmid was on the second team and Edge was honorable mention in 2013.

Freshman forward Camrie Schmitz of Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah earned second-team honors. The Resorters’ other all-league selections – each on honorable mention – include sophomore forward Monica Ruh, senior midfielder Kelly Theel and junior goalkeeper Meghan Clemens.

Ruh and Clemens were also honorable mention last year. Clemens was a midfielder before being switched to goalie at the start of this past season.

“Nicole came off an ACL injury and worked extremely hard in the off-season to get back to soccer. She always gives 100 percent and can be counted on to lead the team by her actions,” said Tiger head coach Todd Fischer who guided his team to the CLC title with an 11-2-1 record.

Mugan scored four goals and had three assists in CLC action this past season. She was Howards’ Tiger Award-winner.

“Bailey was great team leader. She battled tough on the field and as our stopper really owned the middle of the field, defensively. She never gave up and encouraged team members to be the same way,” Fischer noted.

Bailey Schaller was named a Tigers’ Defensive Player of the Year.

“Brittany is a fast and smart player,” said Fischer. “She us always looking for opportunities to score.

“She is an unselfish player who knows when to pass and when to shoot. Has a great positive attitude and adds value to the team.”

Brittany Schaller, a Tigers’ Offensive Player of the Year, led the team in goals during CLC play with 16 and also contributed two assists.

“Krista is an extremely tough player,” said Fischer. “As our sweeper we could count on her if the opposing team was able to get past our defenders.”

Hackbarth was a Defensive Player of the Year HGHS.

Schmitz scored an impressive 27 goals and had three assists in league matches.

“Camrie’s speed and aggressiveness are her greatest asset. She is always on, 100 percent,” said Resorter head coach Kevin Ruh.

“We worked a lot of time on through balls and let Camrie run them down. She is able to take on defenders twice her size and use her speed to elude them.

Edge tallied six goals and had one assist in conference play. Schmid scored four goals to go with five assists.

Near contributed six goals and two assists. Schmid was an Offensive Player of the Year for the Tigers.

Ruh had four goals and five assists in CLC play. Theel scored three goals.

Joining Mugan as first-team repeaters are senior forward Maranda Huibregtse of Oostburg and senior forward Natalie Clark of Ozaukee.

Ozaukee has a league-high four first-team picks.

All-CLC Girls Soccer

FIRST TEAM
Emily Janke, Ozaukee….….............So.
Maranda Huibregtse, Oostburg...…..Sr.
Natalie Clark, Ozaukee.....................Sr.
Brooke Keller, Cedar Grove…..……So.
AJ Caldwell, Cedar Grove…......……Jr.
Nicole Mugan, Howards Grove......Sr.
Bailey Schaller, Howards Grove....Sr.
Krystle VanDeursen, Oostburg.…....Sr.
Bridget Hoffmann, Ozaukee..............Jr.
Brittany Schaller, Howards Grove..Fr.
Goalkeeper
Kaylee Klopp, Ozaukee.……............Sr.
SECOND TEAM
Camrie Schmitz, EL-Glenbeulah...Fr.
Lisa Beine, Lutheran/Kohler.….........Fr.
Claudia Zastrow, Lutheran/Kohler.....Jr.
Brooke Bares, Ozaukee..................So.
Hannah Modahl, Sheb. Christian.....So.
Abby Vrubley, Cedar Grove….…..…Sr.
Lizzie Janke, Ozaukee.....................Sr.
Krista Hackbarth, How. Grove.......Sr.
Maddie Dekker, Oostburg.........….....Jr.
Cori Flipse, Sheb. Christian.........…..Jr.

Goalkeeper
Leah Ebbers, Oostburg.................…Jr.
HONORABLE MENTION
Monica Ruh, EL-Glenbeulah….....So.
Ashli Von Heimburg, Cedar Grove….Jr.
Morgan Edge, Howards Grove.......Jr.
Autumn Beutel, Cedar Grove…....…Fr.
Allison Schmid, Howards Grove...Sr.
Breanna Voskuil, Oostburg.........…..Sr.
Katie Bonnett, Oostburg............…....Sr.
Maggie Parker, Random Lake..........Sr.
Anne Benishek, Lutheran/Kohler......Sr.
Carissa Wisse, Sheb. Christian.......So.
Emily Sass, Lutheran/Kohler.............Jr.
Jackie Wisse, Sheb. Christian...........Jr.
Haileigh Bares, Cedar Grove.….......Fr.
Kelly Theel, EL-Glenbeulah….......Sr.
Kaitlyn Near, Howards Grove........Fr.
Hannah Luedtke, Oostburg.…..........Jr.
Taylor Jacob, Random Lake..............Jr.
Goalkeepers
Meghan Clemens, EL-Glen. ….......Jr.
Liz Smies, Sheboygan Christian......So.
Bria Weyker, Random Lake.............So.


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