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2010NOWAll-Suburban SoftballTeam
Videos of the coach and player of the year
Ashley Gnacinski Franklin Homestead Greenfield MENTION
Muskego Junior outfielder Senior pitcher Junior infielder CATCHERS: Katie Koepsel, junior,
Junior pitcher The Sabers’ center A four-year starter The slugging first Oak Creek; Amy Keel, junior,
Had .628 batting fielder earned a hit for the 23-4 baseman belted four PITCHERS: Taylor Held, freshman,
average while in 22 of 24 games Highlanders, was home runs, five Brookfield Central
INFIELD: Hailey Mohrfeld, junior,
leading the (37 total) for a .440 8-0 in conference triples and five Menomonee Falls
Warriors to a batting average … games with a 0.15 doubles en route to OUTFIELD: None
COACHES: Dave Keel, Homestead;
second-place finish in the didn’t draw many walks (only ERA … in 46 innings pitched, a .449 batting average and a .795 John Rosenberg, Muskego
Southeast Conference … belted four), but slugged .762 with 18 allowed just 24 hits and two runs, slugging percentage … 14 walks
12 doubles and four home runs, extra-base hits, including 10 only one of which was earned … boosted her OBP to .532 … drove
and had 44 RBIs and 40 runs doubles and seven triples … a control pitcher who relied on a in 30 runs and scored 27 and did
CATCHERS: Leslie Fuda, junior,
scored … earned 15 of her team’s knocked in a team-high 26 runs, sterling defense, she struck out 27 not strikeout once … committed Whitefish Bay; Emily Gadzichowski,
first 17 wins (with three losses), scored 20 and stole five bases. and walked six … hit .351 with 13 just three errors in 171 chances junior, Nicolet; Megan Henneberry,
junior, Muskego; Amanda Kluck,
with seven shutouts, 89 strikeouts hits, including two doubles, three (.982 fielding percentage). senior, West Allis Hale; Siera Spahiu,
and an ERA of 1.16. triples and eight RBIs. sophomore, Franklin; Raifeh Saqer,
TORI KILPS senior, Shorewood
PITCHERS: Katie Aumann, senior,
New Berlin Germantown; Carolyn Dudek, junior,
Eisenhower sophomore, Brookfield East; Hannah
Dawn Mooney-Lazu Senior utility New Berlin Menomonee Klebesadel, junior, Germantown; Ann
Eisenhower Michna, sophomore, Wauwatosa
Brookfield Made a seamless Falls East; Jo Ruppa, senior, Whitefish Bay
Central transition from first Senior outfielder Junior catcher INFIELDERS: Morgan Abel, senior,
Took advantage of West Allis Hale; Allison Barnhart,
Took a program base to pitcher … Hit .525 with four senior, Whitnall; Alyssa Brunelli,
that was in went 16-1 with a an opportunity to doubles, three senior, Greendale; Lanoira Duhart,
play full time by freshman, Nicolet; Shannon Hubert,
shambles and in 1.14 ERA and pitched six shutouts triples, four home junior, West Allis Hale; Lauren
three years turned it in seven complete games. … Had batting .507 with 13 runs and 19 RBIs Mather, sophomore, Franklin; Megan
extra-base hits, second only on Matty, senior, Franklin; Allison Mayer,
into the Greater Metro Conference 148 strikeouts, about 1.5 per … led the team with eight walks senior, Muskego; Erica Reetz, senior,
champion … .Central won its first inning pitched … did not make an the team to all-state catcher … OBP was .582 and slugging Homestead; Katy Schmutzer, senior,
Megan Duerlinger’s 19 … walked Wauwatosa West; Erika Swoboda,
regional title since 2005 and error all season at either position percentage was .898 … had a sophomore, Germantown; Lia
finished 13-1 in the GMC and 17-4 … batted .479 with a team-high a team-best 10 times, had an .580 .885 fielding percentage, with Travers, senior, West Allis Central;
OBP, drove in 24 runs and scored Nicole Weggon, sophomore,
overall. 35 RBIs and scored 28 runs. three errors … started two double Menomonee Falls; Lindsay Wille,
36. plays and caught two would-be senior, Brookfield Central
OUTFIELDERS: Carli deFelice, senior,
stealers. Nicolet; Lauren Dumke, senior,
SHANNON BUTTS SIENA MITMAN Wauwatosa West; Jessica Kloehn,
BRITT SCHLAEGER freshman, Nicolet
Greenfield Homestead UTILITY PLAYERS: Rachel Behnken,
Homestead MICHELLE ZOELLER sophomore, Homestead; Ashley
Senior pitcher Senior outfielder Kluck, junior, West Allis Hale; Jayme
The 2009 NOW The third good bat Senior infielder Homestead Love, junior, Franklin
A four-year starter, Senior infielder COACHES: Jack Miller, Greenfield;
Player of the Year in the 23-4 Jeff Setz, New Berlin Eisenhower
was 17-4 with a Highlanders’ lineup, the third baseman Returning
3.13 ERA and 114 had a .512 average hit .620 with 31 hits All-Suburban
strikeouts over 23 with 21 runs scored, in 50 at bats, choice, the FAN VOTING
scoring 26 runs shortstop combined More than 3,000 votes were cast
games (22 starts) … batted .543 four doubles, three home runs and online for the team. Here are the top
with 50 hits, including four home 23 RBIs … on-base percentage with six doubles, with third baseman online vote-getters at each position:
three triples and seven home runs Britt Schlaeger to form one of the PITCHER: Bekah Rennicke (159
runs … drove in 31 runs and was .636 and slugging percentage votes), Ashley Gnacinski (99),
scored 34 … slugged at an .870 was .974 … had the and 17 RBIs … led the team in most dangerous one-two offensive Shannon Butts (75), Taylor Held (33)
stolen bases with five … On-base combos in the area … hit .537 CATCHER: Megan Duerlinger (164),
clip and posted a .561 on-base game-winning hit in a tough Amy Keel (149), Hailey Wilson (57),
percentage …. stole nine bases. nonconference tilt against percentage was .633 and also has with seven doubles, two triples, 27 Katie Koepsel (14)
a slugging average of over 1.000. runs scored, five home runs and OUTFIELD: Ashleigh Sagat (286),
Waterford. Natalie Kay (201), Siena Mitman
23 RBIs … OBP was .569 with a (148)
MEGAN DUERLINGER slugging percentage of over 1.000. INFIELD: Britt Schlaeger (144),
Martha Radtke (105), Andrea
New Berlin Eisenhower MARTHA RADTKE ANDREA SCHNEIDER Schneider (78), Michelle Zoeller (78),
Andrea Solberg (72)
Senior catcher New Berlin West Brookfield TAYLOR ZUBE UTILITY: Tori Kilps (173), Taylor Zube
All-state and Junior infielder Central (151).
All-Suburban The second West Allis PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Schlaeger
Junior infielder (143), Kilps (142), Duerlinger (118),
selection a year baseman won the Central Schneider (73), Butts (49), Gnacinski
The shortstop was
ago, batted .609 Woodland Senior utility (40)
second-team COACH OF THE YEAR: Dave Keel
this season … led Conference Blue Played 10 games at (182), John Rosenberg (79), Dawn
All-Greater Metro

the team with four Division’s Player of shortstop, seven Mooney-Lazu (32)
Conference as a
home runs, including two in a win the Year Award … collected 27 behind the plate
sophomore and
and three at third CONTEST WINNERS

over Greenfield that pulled hits in 65 at-bats for a .428 earned first team this season …
Eisenhower into a tie for first … average as the team’s leadoff batter … did not allow a stolen base Ruth Robertson of Wauwatosa,
batted .617, with a .640 OBP, a
June 24, 2010

had 12 stolen bases, 27 RBIs and … scored 34 runs and drove in 14 while catching and committed just Tracy Hobbs of Mequon and
1.000 slugging percentage and
a team-best 39 runs scored … … walked 21 times and had a three errors in the infield … batted Debbie Grahovac of Oak Creek
four doubles, four triples, two
slugging percentage was 1.116. .564 OBP … fielding percentage .522 and scored a team-high 32 each win a pair of Brewers box
homers and 16 RBIs … has
was .995. runs … had a .604 OBP and stole seats for voting online for their
outstanding range at shortstop.
nine bases. favorite players.