Lady Falcons boast experience, depth

by Steve Ottman Falls News Correspondent

Despite losing six seniors to graduation, the 2015 Sheboygan Falls High School girls tennis team has experience and depth on its side as it looks forward to another competitive season.

Third-year head coach Leigh Cherveny feels that the Falcons have a strong nucleus of players to contend in the Eastern Wisconsin Conference this year.

Last season the Falcons were third in the EWC with a 7-2 record (13-2 overall).

Last year’s No.1 singles player Shauna Stoffregen and five doubles players, Taylor Petrie, Abby D’Alberto, Samantha Bilgrien, Emily Schaefers and Emma Schad, were lost to graduation.

Stoffregen, a sectional qualifier last season, will play college tennis at UW-Oshkosh this season and Schad will play women’s tennis at Lakeland College.

Each of the doubles players from last year’s Falls team were named to the All-Eastern Wisconsin Conference team last season.

Key returnees Mia Bartel, Ellie Roe and Monica Micolyzcyk will move up as singles players this year.

Rachel Lee looks to be a key doubles player in the No. 1 slot. Klohie Koehne also figures to be in the mix with some varsity experience from last season.

Bartel, Roe and Micolyzcyk will move up to 1-2-3 singles, while the No. 4 singles spot will be up for grabs.

“We have 30 players on the roster with the majority being freshman and sophomores,” said Cherveny. “It will be a challenge to repeat the success that we had last season, but we should have a good season.”

Third-year coach Scott Widder will assist Cherveny this season.


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