Late Prep Roundup: Van Sluys scores four goals in South win

Late Prep Roundup: Van Sluys scores four goals in South win


Late Prep Roundup: Van Sluys scores four goals in South win


Rachel Van Sluys scored four goals to lead Sheboygan South’s soccer team to a 6-1 win over Fox River Classic Conference foe Ashwauebenon on the road Tuesday.

Mimi Pulido and Sara Schrank also added goals for the Redwings

“We wanted to have a (strong) showing tonight against a team that has seemed to have improved this year,” South coach Paul Rivas said in a statement Tuesday night. “We were able to get out early and Ashwaubenon had some problems with our speed.

“Ashwaubenon had some quality players so it was a good win for us.”

Elkhart Lake 11, Cedar Grove 8

Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah’s softball team took advantage of a momentum-swinging sixth inning Tuesday to claim an 11-8 come-from-behind win over Central Lakeshore Conference foe Cedar Grove-Belgium.

“These kids never quit, they just keep playing and believing,” Resorters coach Brian Feldmann said in a statement.

Aryanna Klemme went the distance in Elkhart Lake’s pitchers circle, where she gave up 12 hits and seven earned runs on six strikeouts. Jordan Shaw helped Elkhart’s offense with three hits and two RBI, while Charity Rodriguez knocked two triples for three RBI.

Oostburg 13, 12
Sheb. Lutheran 6, 13

The Flying Dutchmen scored 12 earned runs on as many hits Tuesday to take Game 1 of a split doubleheader against CLC opponent Sheboygan Lutheran.

In Game 2, Lutheran repeatedly came back to tie the game before finally taking a one-score lead to win the game. Alyssa Holtz batted 4-of-4, and Jordyn Thaves finished 3-of-4 for Lutheran.

Howards Grove 18, 2, 9
Cedar Grove 6, 0, 5

Howards Grove swept all three games in a rare triple header Monday night against CLC foe Cedar Grove-Belgium.

Amber Reinemann batted 3-of-4 with a triple and six RBI in the Tigers’ 18-6 win in Game 1 — a game that saw Howards Grove claw back from an early deficit.

Howards got just four hits in a much slower Game 2 before taking off again in the third game, when the Tigers got a two-RBI home run from Robyn Bitter in the first inning.

Sheb. Christian 188, Random Lake 192

Random Lake’s Reid Rumak shot a meet-best 44 Monday on Blackwolf Run’s Meadow Valleys’ front nine.

But Sheboygan Christian got more consistent play up and down its lineup to escape with a 188-192 win in the Central Lakeshore Conference dual meet.

Josh Stecker paced Christian with a 45, and teammates Jerod Denning and Garret Klompenhouwer both carded 47s.

Sheboygan Christian (188) — Josh Stecker 45, Jerod Denning 47, Garret Klompenhouwer 47, James Rasmussen 49.

Random Lake (192) — Reid Rumak 44, Alex Rathke 48, Jake Schwan 49, Jacob Coeur 51.

Oostburg 3,
Random Lake 1

Oostburg kept alive an undefeated streak in its conference with a 3-1 win over Random Lake on Monday.

Cheyenne Thein scored first for the Flying Dutchmen, who carried a 1-1 tie into halftime after Maddie Gluck put Random Lake on the board in the first period.

Jocelyn Stemper and Maranda Huibregtse scored Oostburg’s second-half goals. The Dutch improve to 11-0-2 overall and 7-0-1 in the CLC.

Track and Field

The host Panthers’ girls track and field team took first place in nine events Tuesday in an Eastern Wisconsin Conference quad at Plymouth.

But it was Sheboygan Falls’ girls who ran away with a first-place finish overall after collecting eight first-place finishes.

Plymouth’s boys team, meanwhile, matched New Holstein with eight first-place finishes apiece. The Panthers took first overall for the boys, while the Huskies took second.


Team scores: Sheboygan Falls 112.5, Plymouth 101.5, New Holstein 40, Campbellsport 2.

Top local finishers

100 dash — 1. Michaela Audino, S, 13.42; 200 dash — 1. Jessy Liebelt, S, 27.55; 400 dash — 1. Dee Ison, S, 1:03.37; 800 run — 1. Brooke Koehn, P, 2:30.46; 1600 run — 1. Sophie Bolich, P, 5:28.23; 3200 run — 1. Julia Novotny, P, 12:12.69; 100 hurdles — 1. Mary Albert, P, 17.33; 300 hurdles — 1. Kate Bassuener, S, 51.42; 400 relay — 1. Sheboygan Falls ‘A’ (Haley Schibur, Allison Dorn, Taylor Eake, Kimberly Schwobe), 55.36; 800 relay — 1. Plymouth ‘A’ (Elizabeth Baus, Chloe Kastelic, Rachel Holzhaeuser, Claire Weichert), 1:54.44; 1600 relay — 1. Plymouth ‘A’ (Julie Binder, Elise Suttner, Karly Knaus, Brooke Koehn), 4:26.53; 3200 relay — 1. Plymouth ‘A’ (Brooke Koehn, Julia Novotny, Megan Holec, Karly Knaus), 10:19.01; High jump — 1. Rachael Cecka, P, 5-4; Pole vault — 1. Elizabeth Raeder, P, 9-0; Long jump — 1. Jessy Liebelt, S, 15-7; Triple jump — 1. Maria Brenner, N, 30-63/4; Shot put — 1. Samantha Reilly, S, 35-71/4; Discus — 1. Genevieve Gates, S, 128-2.


Team scores: Plymouth 94.5, New Holstein 75, Sheboygan Falls 74, Campbellsport 26.5.

Top local finishers

100 dash — 1. Adam Schmitz, N, 11.63; 200 dash — 1. Adam Schmitz, N, 23.31; 400 dash — 1. Tom Jankowski, P, 53.81; 800 run — 1. Tom Jankowski, P, 2:13.95; 1600 run — 1. Kris Lefeber, N, 4:52.95; 3200 run — 1. Kris Lefeber, N, 11:05.12; 110 hurdles — 1. Colton Davis, N, 16.51; 300 hurdles — 1. Brandon Broetzmann, S, 42.91; 400 relay — 1. Plymouth ‘A’ (Dylan Tripoli, Evan Sebranek, Samuel Staehling, Jake Schneider), 46.0; 800 relay — 1. Plymouth ‘A’ (Dylan Tripoli, Evan Sebranek, Andrew Staehling, Samuel Staehling), 1:36.32; 1600 relay — 1. New Holstein ‘A’ (Adam Schmitz, Mark Sippel, Michael Pasineau, Colton Davis), 3:39.38; 3200 relay — 1. Plymouth ‘A’ (Eric Majerus, Andrew Meyer, Brent Theil, Mitch Tournour), 8:51.61; High jump — 2. Samuel Staehling, P, 5-10; Pole vault — 1. Andrew Ziegler, P, 13-0; Long jump — 2. Colton Davis, N, 18-8; Triple jump — 1. Mark Sippel, N, 40-13/4; Shot put — 1. Josh LeMahieu, S, 43-4; Discus — 1. Westley Meinnert, P, 140-2.


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