Panthers’ Streblow All-EWC first team

by Greg Ceilley of The Review staff


JORDYN PIEPER JORDYN PIEPER Sophomore Gwen Streblow of Plymouth was voted unanimously to the All-Eastern Wisconsin Conference girls basketball first team by the EWC coaches for the 2014-15 season.

Streblow, a 5-foot-9 guard, was a second-team pick last year. Also earning All-EWC honors for the Panthers is 5-6 junior guard Jordyn Pieper on the second unit. Pieper moved up from honorable mention as a sophomore.

Streblow tied for fourth in the EWC in scoring with a 10.4 pointsper game average and shared sixth in three-point goals at 14.

She averaged 4.6 rebounds, 2.5 assists and 1.6 steals per contest. Streblow ranked seventh in assists and tied PHS sophomore guard Emily Majerus for 10th in steals.

“The honors are very well-deserved for Gwen and Jordyn,” said Panther head coach Brad Shutter.

“As far as her versatility, Gwen was the most versatile player in the conference. She can play all five spots and can guard guards and post players.


GWEN STREBLOW GWEN STREBLOW “Gwen is a very well-rounded player. She had a very good season. The biggest thing is her versatility. She’s a great teammate and is very unselfish,” observed Shutter.

Pieper ranked seventh in the league in scoring with a 9.8 average and fourth in three-pointers with 17. She hit an excellent 48.6 percent (17-for-35) from three-point range.

She tied Panther sophomore guard Kalei Hering for sixth in steals at 1.8 per game. Pieper averaged 2.7 rebounds and 0.8 assists per contest.

“Jordyn really stepped up at Waupun and had an outstanding game with 17 points. At Two Rivers, she had 21 points [Pieper’s season high which led PHS to a 59-57 win],” said Shutter.

“The last quarter of the season she was really our leader. She really stepped up and kind of put us on her back.

“She shot very well for threepointers, and free throws [73.3 percent], and is a very good defensive player.

“To get second team is very good for her because there are a lot of good players in the conference. She’s a captain for us and a very positive leader,” said Shutter.

Junior guard Alexi Walesh of Two Rivers was voted the EWC’s Player of the Year for the second consecutive season. Walesh led the league in scoring for the second straight season as she averaged 15.6 per game.

Walesh ranked first in threepointers with 21 and tied for the lead in steals with senior guard Tori Zipperer of New Holstein at 2.9 per game. Walesh was second in assists with a 4.0 average and third in rebounds at 6.4.

Walesh and junior center Cassie Schweitzer of Kiel are the first-team repeaters. The other unanimous first-team selection is Walesh.

Jeremy Bushman, who guided Kiel to a share of the conference title with Waupun, was voted the EWC’s Coach of the Year.

FINAL EWC STATS

Junior guard/forward Tiffani Anderson of Campbellsport paced the EWC in rebounding with an 8.3 average per game.

All-EWC Girls Basketball

FIRST TEAM
Alexi Walesh, Two Rivers..................Jr.
Gwen Streblow, Plymouth….........So.
Cassie Schweitzer, Kiel…..…............Jr.
Erika Van Engen, Sheb. Falls............Jr.
Becky Raeder, Sheboygan Falls.......Jr.
SECOND TEAM
Tasha Rabe, Kiel…..……..….............Jr.
Kayla Bonack, Waupun....................Sr.
Emily Peterson, Waupun..................Sr.
Jordyn Pieper, Plymouth…............Jr.
Tori Zipperer, New Holstein…...........Sr.
HONORABLE MENTION
Tiffani Anderson, Campbellsport.......Jr.
Danielle Hopp, Waupun...................So.
Brooke Birschbach, Campbell. ….....Sr.

Elena Garcia, Two Rivers..................Jr.
Maiah Domask, Waupun.................So.
Marissa Stahl, Kewaskum….............Sr.
Emily Casper, New Holstein…..........Jr.
Maddie Kreis, Kewaskum….............Sr.
Jeana Fale, Kiel…..……................Sr.
Sara Winkel, Kiel..…….......…...........Jr.

EWC GIRLS BASKETBALL
Final Standings
W L
Kiel…………………..............……11 3
Waupun……………….............….11 3
Plymouth………..……................10 4
Sheboygan Falls………............….8 6
Two Rivers..………..….………......7 7
Kewaskum………………...............4 10
New Holstein…….………..............3 11
Campbellsport…………..…….…...2 12

Junior forward Erika Van Engen of Sheboygan Falls was second in rebounding with an 8.2 average and scoring at 13.7 per contest.

Majerus ranked No. 1 in assists with a 4.1 average.


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