Schmitz’s six goals power EL-G to regional win


PAIGE NELSON of Elkhart Lake intercepts a Kewaunee pass in Thursday’s regional soccer match. The Resorters’ Rachel Zabel watches. – Photo by Mike McGill PAIGE NELSON of Elkhart Lake intercepts a Kewaunee pass in Thursday’s regional soccer match. The Resorters’ Rachel Zabel watches. – Photo by Mike McGill ELKHART LAKE – Senior forward Camrie Schmitz exploded for an incredible six goals to propel the Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah Resorters to a 7-3 drubbing of Kewaunee in a Divisions 4 girls regional soccer semifinal match here Thursday evening.

The No. 5-seeded Resorters raised their record to 12-10. The Storm came into the game as the No. 12 seed.

Schmitz scored three goals in the first half which gave Elkhart a 3-1 halftime lead. She scored two goals, followed by Sydney Shovan’s goal in the first 12 minutes of the second half which upped the Resorters’ lead to 6-1.

Schmitz’s sixth goal came in the 87th minute and gave her team a 7-3 lead.

Elkhart held a whopping 24-4 edge in shots on goal. Resorter goalie Taylor Porter made one save.


CAMRIE SCHMITZ (11) of Elkhart Lake and Kewaunee’s Elizabeth Walecka battle for the ball in Thursday’s regional soccer match. – Photo by Mike McGill CAMRIE SCHMITZ (11) of Elkhart Lake and Kewaunee’s Elizabeth Walecka battle for the ball in Thursday’s regional soccer match. – Photo by Mike McGill “We started a little slow tonight – not keeping the ball on the ground and not switching the field. Kewaunee did a good job marking the middle not allowing us inside,” said Resorter head coach Kevin Ruh.

“Our mids pushed up a little too much which allowed Kewaunee to get a through ball and get the first goal. We countered in the next minute to get our first goal and the girls then responded – transitioning the ball from our defensive position thought the midfield and giving Camrie some great through balls.

“We scored our three first-half goals all within eight minutes of each other. We settled down and worked the ball, making Kewaunee chase us,” said Ruh.

“Paige Nelson has taken over control of the defensive line and has solidified her position.”


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