Lady Railer soccer awards banquet
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[MAY 27, 2005]
At an awards
banquet Thursday, the LCHS Lady Railer soccer teams celebrated a
record-breaking season. The varsity team set several individual and
team records during the 2005 season, including wins (6), goals
scored (24) and fewest goals allowed in a season. Kate Dobihal set
the scoring record with 10 goals in a season, and goalkeeper Mia
Martinie now holds the career and season (5) shutout records.
Letters were awarded to Amy Fellers,
Beth Rayman, Ashley Shawgo, Lexi Springer, Shanan McLaughlin and
Desirae Winter. Second letter awards were given to Jennifer Ewins,
Amanda Baker, Rachel Clark, Genevieve Larson, Chrissy Schick,
Brittany Denney and Carmen Landers. Third letter awards were given
to Kate Dobihal, Emma Ebelherr, Mia Martinie and Ally Adolphson. A
fourth letter was awarded to Bridget Ryan.
Varsity squad awards were given to
Danielle Schilling and Rebecca Wongratanamajcha. Sophomore squad
awards were given to Jill Patrick, Candace Schmidt and Molly Tobias.
Freshman certificates were given to Kelsey Dallas, Britta Larson,
Shekinah Pelc, Rebecca Reichle, Jacky Scheurer and Kristin Sullivan.
Numerals were awarded to Rebecca Wongratanamajcha, Amy Fellers,
Amber Johnson, Marissa Musick, Beth Rayman and Ashley Shawgo.
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JV awards voted by team members went
to Britta Larson for offense; Lexi Springer, midfield; Kelsey
Dallas, defense; Amy Fellers, most improved; and Beth Rayman, MVP.
Varsity awards voted by team members
went to Kate Dobihal, offense; Rachel Clark, midfield; Emma Ebelherr,
defense; Jennifer Ewins, most improved; Bridget Ryan, 110% Award;
and Mia Martinie, MVP.
James Cosby assisted the team as
manager. Billy Barnes provided assistance with goalies. Coaches were
Tim Stuckey for the JV and Jason Mauhar for varsity.
[Provided by Jane Ryan]