Yancy, Schaller, Ausloos All-CLC first team

by Greg Ceilley of The Review staff


SAM YANCY SAM YANCY Sophomores Sam Yancy and Brittany Schaller of Howards Grove and senior Mariah Ausloos of Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah were named to the All-Central Conference girls basketball first team for the 2014-15 season.

Yancy, a 6-foot forward, was voted unanimously to the first unit by the CLC coaches. The other unanimous first-team pick is junior guard Hannah Modahl of league champion Sheboygan Christian.

Yancy ranked fourth in the CLC in scoring with an average of 11.3 points per game and was third in rebounding with a 7.7 average. She averaged 1.0 assists, 1.4 steals and 0.9 blocked shots per contest.

“Sam saved all her best games for CLC opponents. All of her double-digit scoring games were in the CLC,” said HGHS Tiger head coach Heidi Georgeff.

“She is an athletic post who can get up and down the floor in transition faster than most girls her size. She really is the only size we have and her defensive presence helps us hang with bigger teams.”


BRITTANY SCHALLER BRITTANY SCHALLER Schaller, a 5-4 guard, was allconference honorable mention as a freshman. This past season she finished third in the CLC in steals with a 2.5 average and tied for fourth in assists at 2.2 per game.

Schaller shared ninth in scoring with a 9.4 average.

“Schaller is our little sparkplug. She sets the tone for us on the floor. She’s a fighter,” said Georgeff.

“She was our most consistent scorer this season – scoring at least eight points in 17 of our 25 games. She’s just an amazing athlete and an asset for us on both sides of the ball.”

Ausloos ranked fifth in scoring with an 11.2 average, seventh in rebounding at 6.3 per contest and sixth in blocked shots with a 1.1 average.

She tied for 10th in steals at 1.7 per game and was 10th in threepoint goals at 10. Ausloos averaged


MARIAH AUSLOOS MARIAH AUSLOOS 1.0 assists per contest.

“Mariah worked hard to get the recognition. She is a hard matchup for teams because of her ability to play both inside and on the perimeter,” said Elkhart Resorter head coach Donny Kulow.

“She was near the top in many of the [CLC] stats. It was nice to see her bounce back from last year and end her high school career on a high note. I am very proud of her.”

Also earning All-CLC honors for the Tigers is 5-4 senior point guard Morgan Edge who is on the second team. Edge ranked second in assists with a 2.8 average and tied for fourth in three-point goals with 14.

Edge averaged 8.9 points, 2.9 rebounds and 1.3 steals per game.

“Morgan has developed into an outstanding point guard. In my opinion, she’s the best point guard in the conference,” said Georgeff.

“She was our main three-point shooter and had several huge games, offensively, for us where she carried us.”

The Resorters’ other all-league player is sophomore 5-3 guard Sonia Schubert who was voted honorable mention. Schubert finished No. 1 in the conference in steals with an impressive 3.9 average per game and was third in assists with a 2.4 average.

Schubert averaged 8.3 points and 4.8 rebounds per contest.

“Sonia works so hard and plays with a ton of energy. Her ability to anticipate and react is amazing,” observed Kulow.

“Sonia makes us go with high energy and is our first line of defense. She is a complete player. The bar has been set and with her work ethic and drive she will reach that goal and be even a better player.”

The first-team repeaters are Modahl, junior center Carissa Wisse of Christian and senior guard Ashli Von Heimburg of Cedar Grove-Belgium.

FINAL CLC STATS

Freshman guard/forward Alicia Hartmann of Random Lake led the CLC in scoring with a 12.4 average, followed by Modahl at 12.1. Senior guard Kim VanStelle of Oostburg hit a league-high 31 three-pointers.

Wisse was the rebounding champion at 11.2 per game. She averaged a double-double, ranking third in scoring at 11.4.

Modahl was the assist leader at 3.1 per contest. Junior forward Emma Feldmann of Elkhart was first in blocked shots with a 2.5 average.


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