Schobert, Walsdorf head All-EWC Girls Hoops
Unlike last season when the entire First Team was seniors, underclassmen dominate the First Team this season as the All-Eastern Wisconsin Conference Girls Basketball Teams were released. Kiel’s Sierra Schobert, one of three unanimous picks, is the lone senior of the five on First Team that also includes Raider teammate Savannah Walsdorf. Schobert was honorable mention as a junior a year ago.
ALL-EWC GIRLS BB
C- Sierra Schobert (Sr., Kiel)*
G- Sara Braun (Jr., Brillion)*
G- Alissa Wagner (Jr., Valders)*
F- Savannah Walsdorf (Soph., Kiel)
F- Alyssa Sommerfeld (Jr., Sheboygan Falls)
*indicates unanimous choice
G- Lauren Mortimer (Sr., Chilton)
G- Emma Wagner (Fr., Valders)
G- Abi Zurcher (Jr., Manitowoc Roncalli)
G- Myja Durn (Fr., Sheboygan Falls)
C- Lindsay Glaeser (Soph., Valders)
F- Karli Schmitz (Soph., New Holstein)
G- Josie Binversie (Soph., Kiel)
F- Katharina Keller (Jr., Brillion)
C- Alison Antonie (Jr., Sheboygan Falls)
G- Ally Rehrauer (Sr., Two Rivers)
G- Ariel Heraly (Jr., Brillion)
MVP- Sara Braun (Brillion)
The Second Team includes Chilton senior standout Lauren Mortimer while the Honorable Mention lists includes New Holstein standout forward Karli Schmitz and Kiel’s backcourt quarterback Josie Binversie.
Of the 16 players to be recognized, only three are seniors.
Brillion junior guard Sara Braun, the EWC’s leading scorer, was voted Player of the Year.