Resorters fall to Zephyrs in BEC play


DELILIAH QUASIUS (9) of Elkhart Lake and Ava Staehler of St. Mary Catholic battle for the ball in Tuesday’s BEC soccer match. – Photo by Mike McGill DELILIAH QUASIUS (9) of Elkhart Lake and Ava Staehler of St. Mary Catholic battle for the ball in Tuesday’s BEC soccer match. – Photo by Mike McGill ELKHART LAKE – Ava Staehler and Ruth Meier scored three goals each to power St. Mary Catholic (Neenah) to a 10-0 win over the Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah Resorters in girls soccer action here Tuesday afternoon.

The Big East Conference match was the season opener for both teams.

Sydney Andersen tallied two goals for the Zephyrs, and Mallory Moen and Kate VandeVenter contributed one each.

The Zephyrs, who placed second in the BEC last year, dominated on offense – holding a 22-4 advantage in shots on goal. Resorter goalie Sarah Schneider was credited with 12 saves and St. Mary goalie Maddy Butke had four.

“We started the season with 11 girls available to play, five of which played for us last year. We were a bit out of formation in the first 15 minutes – giving up five goals as we worked getting the new girls and existing girls to learn how each plays and to trust each other,” said Resorter head coach Kevin Ruh.


SARAH SCHNEIDER, Elkhart Lake goalkeeper, makes a save versus St. Mary Catholic in Tuesday’s BEC soccer match. – Photo by Mike McGill SARAH SCHNEIDER, Elkhart Lake goalkeeper, makes a save versus St. Mary Catholic in Tuesday’s BEC soccer match. – Photo by Mike McGill “The girls settled down and we kept the goal clear for the remaining 30 minutes of the first half.

“What we can take away is that we did not allow SMC to get inside the 18 and cross the ball. Ninety percent of their shots were from outside the 18 tonight,” said Ruh.

“Playing 11 girls [with no subs], fatigue did set in a little as the game went along. SMC, having 24 girls on the roster, was able to rotate players in and out – keeping their starters fresh.

“With the addition of the new players we did see a lot of potential. The most important thing is we came out of the game with no major injuries,” said the coach.



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