PHS, EL-G bowlers advance to state tourney

BOWLING

The Plymouth High School boys and girls bowling teams have qualified for the Wisconsin High School Bowling Club State Tournament March 6-8 in Madison.

The boys completed the season with a 12-4 record and competed at the sectional tourney in West Bend where they qualified for state. Members of the team, coached by Tony Barber, are Jared Beck, Ty Brink, Cole Held, Trevor Horneck, Ryan Krebsbach, Michael Schoerner and Kyle Theune.

The girls team completed the season with an 8-8 record. They competed in the sectional tournament in Richfield to earn their spot in the state competition. Members of the team, coached by Mike Winkel and Bob Liebe, are Karly Adamson, Rachel Anderson, Ashley Beck, Courtney Deidrich, Megan Krueger and Tiara Liebe.

Two members of the Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah High School girls bowling team qualified for the state tournament in the singles division. Junior Emma Feldmann and freshman Lauren Schmitt will represent District 7 at state. The girls are coached by Dan Schmitt and Cody Schmitt.


THE PLYMOUTH BOYS bowling team (above) qualified for the high school state tournament March 6-8 in Madison. Team members include (front row, left to right) Jared Beck, Michael Schoerner, Kyle Theune, Cole Held, (back row) Trevor Horneck, Ty Brink, Ryan Krebsbach and coach Tony Barber. THE PLYMOUTH GIRLS bowling team (right) qualified for the high school state tournament. Team members include (front row, left to right) Tiara Liebe, Ashley Beck, (back row) coach Mike Winkel, Karly Adamson, Rachel Anderson, Courtney Deidrich, Megan Krueger and coach Bob Liebe. EMMA FELDMANN and Lauren Schmitt of Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah (left) qualified for the high school state bowling tournament in the singles division. – Submitted photos THE PLYMOUTH BOYS bowling team (above) qualified for the high school state tournament March 6-8 in Madison. Team members include (front row, left to right) Jared Beck, Michael Schoerner, Kyle Theune, Cole Held, (back row) Trevor Horneck, Ty Brink, Ryan Krebsbach and coach Tony Barber. THE PLYMOUTH GIRLS bowling team (right) qualified for the high school state tournament. Team members include (front row, left to right) Tiara Liebe, Ashley Beck, (back row) coach Mike Winkel, Karly Adamson, Rachel Anderson, Courtney Deidrich, Megan Krueger and coach Bob Liebe. EMMA FELDMANN and Lauren Schmitt of Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah (left) qualified for the high school state bowling tournament in the singles division. – Submitted photos The PHS and EL-G teams bowl at Anchor Lanes in Elkhart Lake.

Liebe, a senior, and Schoerner, a sophomore, also qualified for the District 7 all-star team event March 14 in Fond du Lac. They qualified by being in the top six competitors for fill percentage (total strikes and spares versus opens) in the district. Liebe had 75.12 percent and Schoerner had 81.73 percent.

Liebe and Schoerner also qualifi ed to compete at the Junior Gold National Tournament in Chicago in July along with other students from the Sheboygan County area. cob Stecker keyed the run with five points, including a three-point play which capped it off.

The Resorters didn’t score in the fourth quarter until Noah Ruh drained a three-pointer at the 3:00 mark which made it 44-30. Elkhart was outscored 13-6 in the period, with Max Kossman’s three-ball accounting for the team’s other points.

Stecker, a sophomore guard, led a balanced Eagle attack with 12 points. Trevor Taubenheim and Tyler Schultz paced EL-G with seven each.

Owen Kalbacken paced the Resorters in rebounds with seven and Hunter Schoenborn had six. Schultz had a team-high four steals and Taubenheim, three. Stuart Zelle and Taubenheim led in assists with three apiece.

Christian outscored EL-G 16-4 at the foul line.

“We played really hard. Sheboygan Christian has a real nice team and we didn’t roll over,” said Resorter head coach Ray Mlada.

“We got outrebounded on the offensive boards in the second half which was a problem and it gave them some put-backs.

“We really struggled against their 1-3-1. When we weren’t turning it over, we weren’t getting good looks.

“We had a lot of kids playing in their first regional and at times we showed our youth,” said Mlada.

“I was glad to see both teams give a lot of effort on the defensive side of the ball. That’s the best I’ve seen Elkhart Lake play that zone all year,” said Eagle head coach Brett Flipse.

“They never quit. Ray always has his team playing real hard.

“We jumped into the zone in the second quarter to try to pick up the pace of the game and try to trap and get some steals,” said Flipse.

Stecker led the Eagles in boards with seven. Caleb Kelley had a team-high two steals.

“I thought Owen Kalbacken [junior guard] really battled hard. Our post players really battled hard,” said Mlada.

ELKHART LAKE
33
SHEB. CHRISTIAN
48

Score by Quarters
Elkhart Lake...........12 5 10 6 – 33
Sheb. Christian......13 12 10 13 – 48

Elkhart Lake scoring: Max Kossman 6, Trevor Tauenheim 7, Noah Ruh 6, Tyler Schultz 7, Owen Kalbacken 3, Stuart Zelle 4. Three-point goals: Kossman 2, Taubenheim 1, Ruh 1, Schultz 1.

Sheboygan Christian scoring: Jacob Stecker 12, Graham VerVelde 4, Noah Hendrikse 1, Caleb Kelley 11, Brayden VanEss 11, Chris TenDolle 7, Luke Heiden 2. Three-point goals: Stecker 1, VanEss 1.

Field goals: Elkhart Lake 12-48, 25%; Christian 15-41, 36%. Free throws: Elkhart Lake 4-8, 50%; Christian 16-21, 76%.

Rebounds: Elkhart Lake 21, Christian 27. Turnovers: Elkhart Lake 12, Christian 11.


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