2017-18 Girls Hockey Season – Est. 2001-02 – 17th Season

///2017-18 Girls Hockey Season – Est. 2001-02 – 17th Season

2017-18 Girls Hockey Season – Est. 2001-02 – 17th Season

Go to link below for complete 2017-18 Girls Hockey schedule / game results / league standings

http://www.wisconsinprephockey.net/schedule/team_instance/2704316?subseason=392105

Regular Season Game Schedule

Record Result Opponent Location Status
     1 – 0      12 – 1 Northland Pines Waupun Community Ice Center
    2 – 0       3 – 1 Icebergs Waupun Community Ice Center
    3 – 0       4 – 3 Appleton United Waupun Community Ice Center
    4 – 0       5 – 4 Sun Prairie Co-op Beaver Dam Family Ice Arena
    5 – 0      12 – 1 Badger Lightning Beaver Dam Family Ice Arena
    6 – 0      6 – 0 Onalaska Fond du Lac Blue Line Family Ice Center
   7 – 0     6 – 4 Lakeshore Lightning Fond du Lac Blue Line Family Ice Center
   7 – 1     4 – 6 Fox Cities Stars Tri County Ice Arena
    8 – 1      2 – 0   Chippewa Falls / Menomonie Holiday Tournament-Eau Claire
    8 – 2       1 – 2  Rock County Holiday Tournament-Eau Claire
    8 – 3       0 – 5 Eau Claire – Altoona Holiday Touranment-Eau Claire
    9 – 3      7 – 1 Metro Lynx Beaver Dam Family Ice Center
    10 – 3       3 – 2 Arrowhead Mullett Ice Center
    10 – 4       1 – 5 Bay Area Fond du Lac Blue Line Family Ice Center
   10 – 5       2 – 3 USM Wildcats Uihlien Ice Arena
   11 – 5       9 – 5 Appleton United Appleton Family Ice Center
   12 – 5      6 – 0 Brookfield Fond du Lac Blue Line Family Ice Center
    13 – 5      6 – 0 Lakeland Beaver Dam Family Ice Arena
    14 – 5      12 – 0 Medford Beaver Dam Family Ice Arena
    15 – 5      8 – 2 Brookfield Beaver Dam Family Ice Arena
    16 – 5       6 – 1 USM Wildcats Conference Tournament
    16 – 6       5 – 7 @ TBD Conference Tournament
   16 – 7        2 – 6 Hudson  Hudson Sports & Civic Center
    16 – 8       2 – 5 Central Wisconsin Greenheck Fieldhouse

17 – 8               4 – 1             Appleton United        WIAA  Regional

18 – 8              8 – 1             Bay Area                       WIAA Sectional Semi-Final

19 – 8              5 – 2             University Schools    WIAA Sectional Final

19 – 9             2 – 3   OT      Capital City                 WIIAA State Semi-Final

Fond du Lac / Waupun / Beaver Dam  Varsity Roster

1    REBECCA   AVALOS          12    G

2    LAUREN   HUETTL             12    D

3    DAYNA   JONES                  9     D

4    TJ   LINDEMAN                   11    D

5    SYDNEY   FOOTE               11    F

6    STEELY   SCHAEFER          9     F

7    MARY   SKORUPA              12    F

8    ALYSSA   FOOTE                 9     F

10  JENNA   KIRSCHBAUM      11    D

11  MORGAN   BROWN            11    F

12  TORI   SCHMIDT                  9     F

13  MAIKE   ZIPP                       11    F

14  CASSIE   STEPHANY           9    F

15  ALYSSA   HEIM                   11    F

16  RACHEL   BOLIN                  9     F

17  HATTIE   VERSTEGEN       10    F

18  MARIAH   DEBNY                10    F

20  MEGAN   OKON                   11   F

22  DREW   DEANOVICH          11   D

23  CHRISTY  SABEL                11   D

31  ABBY   OKON                       9    G

Co-Head Coaches      Paul Uttech  /  Duane Woeshnick

Assistant Coaches     Dean Deanovich – Katie Ehlenfeldt – Mike Murray

Goalie Coach              Tim Schroeder

Team Manager          McKayla Krenz

Athletic Trainer         Ashlee Baer

Fond du Lac girls fall in overtime in semifinal matchup

MADISON – It doesn’t get much better than overtime in the state hockey tournament. But if you’re on the wrong side of the game-winning goal, there are few losses more excruciating. That was the situation for the Fond du Lac co-op girls team Friday afternoon.

Capital City’s Zephryn Jager jumped on a turnover at center ice, broke in on Warbirds goalie Abby Okon and scored just 3 minutes, 7 seconds into the extra period to give the Cougars a 3-2 win in a WIAA girls hockey state semifinal at Veterans Memorial Coliseum. “It hurts,” Fond du Lac co-coach Paul Uttech said, “but it could have gone either way. It was a dead-even game from beginning to end.”

Capital City faces Eau Claire Area for the state championship Saturday afternoon. Fond du Lac, making its first state appearance, ends with a 19-9 record.

Senior forward Mary Skorupa scored both of Fond du Lac’s goals, including the game-tying goal with 2:57 left in regulation. Skorupa skated from behind the net and slid the puck at Cougars goalie Taylor Thornton from just outside the left post. The puck deflected in off the back of Thornton’s leg and into the net.

Skorupa gave the Warbirds a 1-0 lead just 62 seconds into the first period — a lead that held up until the 6-minute mark of the second period. Cougars senior forward Colleen Milligan scored the first of her two goals off a feed from Jager.

Fond du Lac had an 8-2 shot advantage in the opening period but could not capitalize on some early scoring opportunities. Capital City outshot the Warbirds 5-1 in overtime and 28-26 for the game.

“We like to score a lot, and we do usually succeed in scoring a lot,” Warbirds junior forward Alyssa Heim said. “(Capital City) has a great goaltender and a great defense but it was a bummer that we couldn’t put those (chances) in. It just wasn’t bouncing our way I guess.

“I don’t think it was about anything different with their defense. We just didn’t get the right bounces or (the puck) just went off our sticks. We were just unlucky I guess.”

Milligan gave her team the lead just over 5 minutes into the third period as the Cougars converted on a 5-on-3 power play.

Fond du Lac was awarded a penalty shot with just under 5 minutes left in regulation as a Cougars defender covered a loose puck in the Capital City crease. Fond du Lac freshman defenseman Dayna Jones, one of the players who was on the ice at the time and eligible to take the shot, was selected for the opportunity. She was stopped by Thornton on her attempt in which she broke in, cut to her left and fired a shot just outside the crease near the post. “We had some options (in players) but we were very confident that Dayna could do it,” Uttech said. “The (Capital City) goalie made a nice save and anticipated where (Jones) was going and stopped her.”Fond du Lac kept the pressure on after the penalty, which resulted in Skorupa’s goal. Fond du Lac had an opportunity early in overtime, but could not get a stick on a loose puck in front of the Cougars net.

Moments later, the game and the Warbirds season was over. “You tell (the players) to be proud of their accomplishments and keep their heads up,” Uttech said. “They’re going to cherish this for the rest of their lives. There is only four teams that get down here.”Obviously our goal was to get to the championship, but it didn’t work out that way. It hurts, but it is alright to hurt. Think about it and use that for motivation for next year.”

Cap City   0   1   1   1   –   3

FDL   1   0   1   0   – 2 

First period: 1. FDL, Mary Skorupa (Morgan Brown, Jenna Kirschbaum), 1:02.

Second period: 2. CC, Colleen Milligan (Zephryn Jager), 11:00.

Third period: 3. CC, Milligan (Jager, Margo Thousand), 5:13 (pp). 4. FDL, Skorupa (Morgan Brown), 14:03.

OT: 5. CC, Jager, 3:07.

Saves: CC, Taylor Thornton 7-5-11-1-24; FDL, Abby Okon 2-8-11-4-25

Records: Capital City 21-6-1, Fond du Lac 19-9

Warbirds gear up to face Sun Prairie at WIAA state girls hockey tournament

FOND DU LAC – Hattie Verstegen sat in one of the officials rooms off the main rink at the Blue Line Family Ice Center earlier this week feeling a bit odd.

The sophomore forward for the Warbirds co-op girls hockey team was on the ice for a 5-2 sectional final win over University School of Milwaukee that clinched the current co-op program’s first trip to the WIAA state tournament.

But it was still hard to wrap her mind around that fact.

“Even on the bus coming home, it felt like a regular game,” said Verstegen, the team’s second-leading scorer. “It kind of really hasn’t set in. I feel like it really won’t until we actually go there and practice. It’s kind of weird.”

When it does finally set in for the Warbirds, the squad will realize it plays at 12:15 p.m. Friday at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison against Sun Prairie in one state semifinal. Eau Claire North faces D.C. Everest in the other semifinal prior to the Warbirds’ game.

Fond du Lac-based co-op teams have made seven trips to the state tournament in the past, including five straight trips from 2002-06 and back-to-back trip in 2008 and 2009. Those teams produced state titles in 2004 and 2006.

But in the first year in a co-op that includes Beaver Dam and Randolph, the team is headed to Madison.

“We’re nervous but we’re excited at the same time,” said junior defenseman Drew Deanovich. “I feel like when we get down there, we will be like, ‘Let’s go. We got this.’ ”

The Warbirds have beaten the Sun Prairie Cougars this season, earning a 5-4 victory in November. That was Sun Prairie’s first game of the season.

The Sun Prairie-based co-op — also called the Capital City Cougars — enters the state tournament as the No. 2 seed among four teams and has won eight straight games and 11 of its last 12, so it’s likely to be a different team than the one the Warbirds faced a couple of months ago.

“It’s definitely going to be a tough battle and we are definitely going to have to play our best,” said Verstegen, who attends Oshkosh North. “I think we just have to continue to work hard every shift. We have to keep our attitudes up and positive and not get down.”

The Warbirds endured a three-game losing streak just before the end of the regular season, including losses to Hudson and to fellow state qualifier D.C. Everest.

Even though those games ended in losses for the Warbirds, head coach Duane Woeshnick accomplished what he had hoped for by scheduling tough competition late in the season.

“Having those two games helped,” Woeshnick said. “Playing those two teams heading into the playoffs doesn’t make everybody look easier, but it definitely helps playing strong competition heading into the playoffs.”

The team responded.

The Warbirds opened the tournament with a 4-1 win over Appleton United and then throttled the Bay Area Ice Bears 8-1.

Then, in the sectional final, the Warbirds beat University School of Milwaukee 5-2 behind three goals and two assists from Deanovich.

“In other years, I don’t think we came together in the games that actually mattered. We won all of the games that didn’t matter but when it came to sectionals or conference, we couldn’t produce,” senior Mary Skorupa said. “This year, I feel like, we really saw it and saw we could get it, so we went as hard as we could. We came together as a team finally. It was a good feeling.”

The Warbirds are anchored by a potent top line of Verstegen, Alyssa Heim and Maike Zipp. The trio has combined for 71 goals — paced by Heim’s 31 — and having such a formidable line has been key to the team reaching this point.

“The numbers they are putting up for the three of them compared to other top lines around the state is great,” Woeshnick said. “A top line like that, that can produce like they have, is very important. Then to have two or three other lines that can play has helped us get over the edge.”

Now, they just have to keep it going.

“I think we’re playing our best,” Deanovich said. “We just need to know we can do it and work as a team to get to the championship.”

 

Mary Skorupa helps lead Warbirds to first state hockey appearance

FOND DU LAC – It’s OK that Warbirds co-op hockey team forward Mary Skorupa was walking around a little wide-eyed this week.

That’s just what happens when a team makes it to state for the first time.

“It’s unbelievable. I can’t believe we are actually going to state. I woke up the next day and was like ‘What the heck? Is this actually happening?’” Skorupa said. “We knew we could beat (University School of Milwaukee in the sectional final) but we have never gone to state. It was so awesome. It is such a great feeling to be in the top four.”

Skorupa, who attends Campbellsport High School, was the fifth-leading scorer for the Warbirds and one of three seniors leading the hockey team made up of a number of schools in the Fond du Lac, Beaver Dam and Oshkosh areas. The Warbirds will take on Sun Prairie on Friday at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison in a state semifinal.

What’s something most people don’t know about you? For the people around the rink, they don’t know that I can speak Spanish. I’m in the sixth Spanish class at my school and I’m planning to have a Spanish minor. But usually, for people not at the rink, they don’t know I play hockey.

What’s your greatest sports moment? This last game because we really haven’t won that great of a game before. And in U-14s we got second in state, which was a really great accomplishment.

What’s your most embarrassing sports moment? This year, I’ve had two. When we played USM before, I gave her my stick and for some reason I picked her stick up and started playing with it and, of course, I got penalty for playing with a goalie stick. I got a lot of grief for that. Then, in the sectional, I was trying to dump the puck in the corner and I turned around and I fired a shot on our goalie and it was so close to going in, it felt so good it didn’t. I got to the bench and everyone was giving me grief about it and they keep doing it.

Do you have pregame superstitions or rituals? Even in practice, I have to put all of my pads on before I put my skates on. Usually, you just put your lower pads on and then your skates, but I have to put everything on and then my skates.

Why are sports important to you? Making friends is like the major point. I have friends all over the state because of hockey and the different sports I have been playing. It’s really cool when you go somewhere and all of a sudden you will see someone you know. Also, just staying active. Hockey has kept me in shape. I can eat whatever I want because of hockey.

Who is your celebrity crush? Ryan Gosling, he’s so cute.

What’s your dream vacation? I would like to go to Florida again, probably Harry Potter world.

What is your dream career? I want to be a speech therapist.

Go to link below for Sectional bracket

http://halftime.wiaawi.org/CustomApps/Tournaments/Brackets/HTML/2018_Hockey_Girls_Div1_Sec3_4.htm

WIAA Sectional Final

Warbirds/Beaver Dam Co-op      University School of Milwaukee 2

Game Totals

SCORING 1 2 3 T
Warbirds/Beaver Dam Co-op 1 2 2 5
University School of Milwaukee 1 0 1 2
SHOTS 1 2 3 T
Warbirds/Beaver Dam Co-op 6 8 5 19
University School of Milwaukee 12 4 10 26

Scoring Summary

1ST PERIOD

7:05

Warbirds/Beaver Dam Co-op

#22 Drew Deanovich (even strength)

9:03

University School of Milwaukee

#16 Karly Lamoreaux (even strength) (#18 Lexie Epperson)

2ND PERIOD

1:22

Warbirds/Beaver Dam Co-op

#37 Alyssa Heim (power play) (#22 Drew Deanovich)

10:56

Warbirds/Beaver Dam Co-op

#16 Rachel Bolin (even strength) (#22 Drew Deanovich)

3RD PERIOD

13:47

University School of Milwaukee

#14 Jenna Klenz (even strength)

 15:00

Warbirds/Beaver Dam Co-op

#22 Drew Deanovich (even strength) (empty net)

15:21

Warbirds/Beaver Dam Co-op

#22 Drew Deanovich (even strength) (#17 Hattie Verstegen)

 

Warbirds/Beaver Dam Co-op Goalies

# NAME MIN SOG SV GA SV %
31 Abby Okon 51:00 26 24 2 .923

University School of Milwaukee Goalies

# NAME MIN SOG SV GA SV %
35 Juliana Strother 50:32 18 14 4 .778

Warbirds/Beaver Dam  8  Bay Area  1

FOND DU LAC – Drew Deanovich scored the first and last goal for the Warbirds in their rout of the Ice Bears.

The victory advances the Warbirds to Friday’s sectional championship, where they will face top-seed University School. The game will be played at the Cornerstone facility in Ashwaubenon at 5:30 p.m.

Deanovich put the Warbirds up 1-0 less than two minutes into the game. Jenna Kirschbaum added a second goal to the Warbirds’ tally just 11 seconds later.

The Ice Bears countered with a goal at the seven-minute mark by Katerina Zmova, but that was as close as they would get as the Warbirds put away the game with three goals in the second period and three more in the third.

Bay Area  1  0  0  –  1

Warbirds  2  3  3  –  8

Goals: 1st period

Drew Deanovich W (Alyssa Heim, Malke Zipp) 1:59;

Jenna Kirschbaum W (Morgan Brown) 2:10;

Katerina Zmova BA (Abby Comar) 7:00.

2nd period

Alyssa Heim W (Hattie Verstegen) :45;

Morgan Brown W (Jenna Kirschbaum, Hattie Verstegen) 11:36;

Maike Zipp W 13:09.

3rd period  

Alyssa Heim W (Dayna Jones) 2:08;

Hattie Verstegen W 15:19;

Drew Deanovich W (Hattie Verstegen, T.J. Lindeman) 16:53.

Saves:

Abby Okon W 12, Rebecca Avalos W 1, Delany Butterfield 30.

Wardbirds/Beaver Dam  4   Appleton United  1       WIAA Regional

FOND DU LAC – Warbirds/Beaver Dam scored the final three goals to beat Appleton United in a regional championship game.

Hattie Verstegen scored two goals for Warbirds/Beaver Dam. Drew Deanovich and Alyssa Heim also scored.

Abby Okon made 23 saves in goal for the win.

Deanovich gave Warbirds/Beaver Dam a 1-0 lead in the first period, but United tied the game in the second period on a goal from Annika Horman.

Verstegen put Warbirds/Beaver Dam on top to stay with a goal at 12:11 of the second period.

Emily Fischer made 41 saves in goal for Appleton United.

Appleton United  0 1 0 – 1

Wardbirds/Beaver Dam  1 1 2 – 4

Goals:1st period

Drew Deanovich WBD (Maike Zipp) 9:20.

2nd period

Annika Horman AU 7:29;

Hattie Verstegen WBD 12:11.

Third period –

Alyssa Heim WBD 3:12;

Hattie Verstegen WBD 4:35.

Saves: Emily Fischer AU 41, Abby Okon WBD 23.

Go to link below for complete Eastern Shores 2017-18 All Conference selections

http://www.wisconsinprephockey.net/news_article/show/884842?referrer_id=3300293

FIRST TEAM ESHC ALL-CONFERENCE

Forward Alyssa Heim Warbirds/Beaver Dam Co-op Junior

 

SECOND TEAM ESHC ALL-CONFERENCE

Forward Hattie Verstegen Warbirds/Beaver Dam Co-op Sophomore
Defense Drew Deanovich Warbirds/Beaver Dam Co-op Junior

 

HONORABLE MENTION ESHC ALL-CONFERENCE

Forward Mailke Zipp Warbirds/Beaver Dam Co-op Junior
Defense Lauren Huetti Warbirds/Beaver Dam Co-op Senior

ESHC SCHOLAR-ATHLETE AWARD

Eighth Year for this Award

ESHC Scholar Athlete Award for all qualifying players to recognize the outstanding “student athletes” in our conference.

To earn the award, the athlete must meet the following criteria:

  • Must be a senior
  • Must earn a varsity letter for 2 seasons in hockey during career (exception to new hockey programs — 1 season)
  • Must have a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher through 7 semesters or equivalent (10 Trimesters)
  • Must have 0 athletic code violations during HS career

Lauren Huetti Warbirds/Beaver Dam Co-op
Mary Skorupa Warbirds/Beaver Dam Co-op

Central Wisconsin Storm  5   Warbirds/Beaver Dam  2

SCHOFIELD – The Warbirds jumped out to a 2-0 lead on the Storm but could not maintain the momentum, allowing five unanswered goals in the loss.

Drew Deanovich had a goal and an assist for the Warbirds, while Alyssa Heim had a goal and Dayna Jones an assist.

Abby Okon turned away 40 shots in goal for the Warbirds.

Warbirds/Beaver Dam  1  1  0  –  2

Central Wisconsin Storm  0  3  2  –  5

Goals: 1st period

Drew Deanovich W/BD (Dayna Jones) PP 8:14.

2nd period:

Alyssa Heim W/BD (Drew Deanovich) :56;

Emma Kysely CWS (Emelia Edmondson) 10:03;

Kenna Bailey CWS (Kristin Deffner) pp 13:54;

Kassidy Oliva CWS 16:56.

3rd period:

Eden Gruber CWS (Emelia Edmondson) sh 5:02;

Emily Sczygelski CWS (Claire Tomczik) 6:55.

Saves:

Abby Okon W/BD 40, Chloe Westberg CWS 27.

WIPH/COACHES GIRLS TOP TEN

FEBRUARY 5, 2018 (WEEK 11)

1. Hudson
2. Eau Claire Area
3. St. Croix Valley
4. Central Wisconsin
5. Rock County
6. University School
7. Wisconsin Valley Union
8. Cap City
9. Black River Falls
10. Warbirds/Beaver Dam

Honorable Mention:
Bay Area
Fox Cities

FOX CITIES STARS   7     WARBIRDS    5

FOND DU LAC – Lauryn Hull scored three goals and added an assist to lead Fox Cities to the victory over the Warbirds.

Hattie Verstegen scored twice for the Warbirds.

Fox Cities  1  3  3  –  7

Warbirds  2  1  2  –  5

Goals:

First period –

Mary Skorupa W (Morgan Brown) 6:16;

Hattie Verstegen W (Morgan Brown) 15:27;

Laury Hull FC (Madelynn Jablonski, Morgan Treml) 15:54.

Second period –

Victoria Nelson FC 3:46;

Hattie Verstegen W (Maike Zipp, Alyssa Heim) 5:13;

Alaina Schauf FC (Lauryn Hull, Madelynn Jablonski) 11:52;

Morgan Treml FC (Cassie Hewitt, Shelby Hewitt) 13:21.

Third period –

Victoria Nelson FC (Shelby Hewitt, Maddy Meyer) pp 2:07;

Dayna Jones W (Hattie Verstegen) 9:47;

Lauryn Hull FC (Victoria Nelson, Teagan Dickman) 15:52;

Alyssa Heim W 16:13; Lauryn Hull FC 16:40.

Saves: Hattie Berndt FC 22, Abby Okon W 17.

WIPH/COACHES GIRLS TOP TEN

JANUARY 29, 2018 (WEEK 10)

1. Hudson
2. Eau Claire Area
3. St. Croix Valley
4. Rock County
5. University School
6. Central Wisconsin
7. Wisconsin Valley Union
8. Warbirds/Beaver Dam
9. Bay Area
10. Cap City

Honorable Mention:
Black River Falls
Fox Cities
Hayward/Spooner

Warbirds/Beaver Dam  12   Medford   0

BEAVER DAM – Dayna Jones, Maike Zipp, Cassie Stephany and Alyssa Heim each scored twice as the Warbirds routed the Raiders.

Lauren Huettl and Megan Okon both had a pair of assists for the Warbirds.

Medford  0 0 0 – 0

Warbirds/Beaver Dam  5 6 1 – 12

Goals

1st period

Maike Zipp (Lauren Huettl, Hattie Verstegen) 5:46

Sydney Foote (Megan Okon) 5:51

Rachel Bolin 6:19

Dayna Jones 7:39

Alyssa Heim (Lexi Schmidt, Drew Deanovich).

2nd period

Cassie Stephany (Rachel Bolin) 2:28

Lauren Huettl (Megan Okon) 2:55

Alyssa Heim (Emma Anderson) 5:17

Cassie Stephany (5:18)

Maike Zipp (Lauren Huettl) 7:13

Dayna Jones (Sydney Foote) 10:26

3rd period

Tori Schmidt 10:36

Saves

Karysa Stahlbusch M 25, Rebecca Avalos W/BD 10.

WIPH/COACHES GIRLS TOP TEN

JANUARY 22, 2018 (WEEK 9)

  1. Eau Claire-Altoona
    2. Hudson
    3. St. Croix Valley
    4. University School
    5. Rock County
    6. Wis Valley Union
    7. Central Wisconsin
    8. Bay Area
    9. Cap City
    10. Warbirds/Beaver DamHonorable Mention:
    Black River Falls
    Fox Cities
    Hayward/Spooner

 

 WARBIRDS   6   LAKELAND   0

BEAVER DAM – Alyssa Heim scored four goals and had an assist to lead the Warbirds to the victory.

Hattie Verstegen and Maike Zipp also scored for the Warbirds (13-5).

Rebecca Avalos made 15 saves in goal.

The Wardbirds play Saturday at 10:30 a.m. against Medford in Beaver Dam.

Lakeland 0 0 0 – 0

Fondy 3 3 0 – 6

Goals:

First period –

Alyssa Heim (Maike Zipp) 2:55;

Alyssa Heim (Hattie Verstegen) 14:42;

Hattie Verstegen (Alyssa Heim) 15:56.

Second period –

Alyssa Heim (Hattie Verstegen) 5:35;

Alyssa Heim 11:12; Maike Zipp (Lauren Huettl) 15:08.

Saves:

Rebecca Avalos W 15, Mariah Lear L 37.

Warbirds   6    Brookfield    0

FOND DU LAC – Alyssa Heim scored two goals for the Warbirds, who pulled away with four goals in the third period.

Drew Deanovich, Maike Zipp, Hattie Verstegen and Mary Skorupa also scored for the Warbirds (12-5 overall, 4-3 Eastern Shores Conference).

Abby Okon made 13 saves in goal for the Warbirds.

Brookfield  0 0 0 – 0

Warbirds  1 1 4 – 6

Goals

1st period

Drew Deanovich 12:05

2nd period

Alyssa Heim (Hattie Verstegen) 16:04 sh

3rd period

Maike Zipp (Hattie Verstegen) 2:06

Hattie Verstegen (Maike Zipp) 3:33

Alyssa Heim (TJ Lindeman, Mary Skorupa) 8:38

Mary Skorupa 8:58 sh

Saves

Abby Okon W 13      Kristin Woodcock B 39.

Warbirds   9   Appleton United   5

APPLETON – Alyssa Heim scored three goals and had two assists to lead the Wardbirds to the victory at Appleton Family Ice Center.

Appleton United opened the scoring with a power-play goal just 57 seconds into the game, then the Warbirds scored the next six goals and nine of the next 10 to take control.

Warbirds  4 5 0 – 9

Appleton 1 1 3 – 5

Goals:

1st period  

Annika Horman AU pp :57

Maike Zipp W (Hattie Verstegen, Dayna Jones) 2:45

Hattie Verstegen W (Alyssa Heim) 4:01

Hattie Verstegen W (Alyssa Heim, Maike Zipp) 10:16

Alyssa Heim W sh 15:10.

2nd period

Jenna Kirschbaum W (Mary Skorupa) 4:38

TJ Lindeman W 8:34

Riley Maulick AU (Annika Horman) 9:10

Alyssa Heim W (Hattie Verstegen, Drew Deanovich) 9:40

Alyssa Heim W (Hattie Verstegen) 13:31

Tori Schmidt W 15:13

3rd period

Liisa Cramer AU (Annika Horman, Sydnee Thompson) 7:17

Sydnee Thompson AU (Kourtney Koster, Jade Cross) 11:09

Riley Maulick AU (Sydnee Thompson, Jade Cross) 12:25.

Saves

Shelby Hiltgen AU 24, Rebecca Avalos W 20

University School of Milwaukee 3     Warbirds/Beaver Dam Co-op 2

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WIPH/COACHES GIRLS TOP TEN

JANUARY 15, 2018 (WEEK 8)

  1. Hudson
    2. Eau Claire-Altoona
    3. Rock County
    4. St. Croix Valley
    5. University School
    6. Wis Valley Union
    7. Central Wisconsin
    8. Bay Area
    9. Cap City
    10. Warbirds/Beaver Dam

BAY AREA     5     WARBIRDS/BEAVER DAM    1

FOND DU LAC – Hattie Verstegen scored at 11:56 of the first period to put the Warbirds ahead but the lead would not last long in the loss to the Ice Bears.

Bay Area tied the game less than a minute later on a goal by Mia Dunning and took the lead for good at 7:21 of the second period on a goal by Katerina Zrnova.

Bay Area  1 3 1 – 5

Warbirds/Beaver Dam  1 0 0 – 1

Goals: First period – Hattie Verstegen W/BD (Alyssa Helm, Maike Zipp) 11:56; Mia Dunning BA 12:41. Second period – Katerina Zrnova BA (Jordyn Kadrlik, Kalli Mikesch) pp 7:21; Jordyn Kadrlik BA (Mia Dunning) 12:10; Talia Boyea BA (Katerina Zrnova) 13:26. Third period – Abby Anderson BA (Katerina Zrnova) 3:54. Saves: Delany Butterfield BA 35, Rebecca Avalos W/BD 22.

WIPH/COACHES GIRLS TOP TEN

JANUARY 8, 2018 (WEEK 7)

1. Hudson
2. Eau Claire-Altoona
3. University School
4. Rock County
5. St. Croix Valley
6. Wis Valley Union
7. Central Wisconsin
8. Warbirds/Beaver Dam
9. Cap City
10. Bay Area

Warbirds/Beaver Dam   3      Arrowhead    2

Game Totals

SCORING 1 2 3 T
Warbirds/Beaver Dam Co-op 1 0 2 3
Arrowhead Warhawks 1 0 1 2
SHOTS 1 2 3 T
Warbirds/Beaver Dam Co-op 12 15 28 55
Arrowhead Warhawks 2 5 3 10

Scoring Summary

1st Period

 1:46       Warbirds/Beaver Dam Co-op

#17 Hattie Verstegen (even strength)

5:33     Arrowhead Warhawks

#2 Mary Kremer (even strength) (#17 Emma Serres)

3rd Period

3:30      Arrowhead Warhawks

#9 Lindsey McLean (even strength) (empty net) (#2 Mary Kremer)

6:22      Warbirds/Beaver Dam Co-op

#11 Morgan Brown (even strength) (#22 Drew Deanovich)

16:11       Warbirds/Beaver Dam Co-op

#37 Alyssa Heim (even strength) (#13 Maike Zipp, #3 Dayna Jones)

Warbirds/Beaver Dam Co-op Goalies

# NAME MIN SOG SV GA SV %
31 Abby Okon 51:00 7 6 1 .857
TOTALS 51:00 10 8 2 .800

Rock County   2    Fond du Lac / Waupun / Beaver Dam  1

EAU CLAIRE – Rock County bunched its first goal in at the 8-minute mark of the first period and added another at the 9:46 mark of the third period to edge the Warbirds at the Eau Claire Holiday Tournament.

Waupun/Beaver Dam’s lone goal of the game was scored by Hattie Verstegen late in the third period. Megan Okon recorded 34 saves on the night for the Warbirds.

Rock County 1 0 1 — 2 

Waupun/Beaver Dam 0 0 1 —1 

Goals:

1st period

Anika Elmbeck RC 8:00

3rd period

Maggy Henschler RC 9:46

Hattie Verstegen WBD (Morgan Brown) 14:01

Shots: RC 36, WBD 23.

Saves: Mckaylie Buescher RC 22, Megan Okon WBD 34.

EAU CLAIRE 5, WAUPUN/BEAVER DAM 0

EAU CLAIRE – Brooklyn Arbs scored two goals and goalie Naomi Stow completed the shutout to lead second-ranked Eau Claire to a victory over the sixth-ranked Warbirds.

Waupun/Beaver Dam  0 0 0 – 0

Eau Claire  2 2 1 – 5

Goals: First period – Brooklyn Arbs (Ava Kison) :53; Abigail Stow (Charlotte Akervik) 11:28. Second period – Ava Kison (Abigail Stow) 7:03; Brooklyn Arbs (Abigail Stow) 14:31. Third period – Ava Kison (Madison Schwengler) 12:01. Saves: Abby Okon WBD 26, Naomi Stow EC 20.

WIPH/COACHES GIRLS TOP TEN

DECEMBER 26, 2017 (WEEK 5)

1. Hudson
2. Eau Claire-Altoona
3. St. Croix Valley
4. Rock County
5. University School
6. Warbirds/Beaver Dam
7. Wisconsin Valley Union
8. Cap City
9. Central Wisconsin
10. Bay Area

Honorable Mention:
Fox Cities
Western Wisconsin

WIPH/COACHES GIRLS TOP TEN

DECEMBER 11, 2017 (WEEK 3)

  1. Hudson
    2. Eau Claire-Altoona
    3. St. Croix Valley
    4. Fond du Lac/ Waupun / Beaver Dam
    5. Rock County
    6. University School
    7. Wisconsin Valley Union
    8. Cap City Cougars
    9. Bay Area
    10. Central Wisconsin

Warbirds/Beaver Dam 6   Lakeshore 4

Alyssa Heim scored three goals in the third period to rally the Warbirds to the win over the Lightning.

Hattie Verstegen, Morgan Brown and Drew Deanovich had given the Warbirds a 3-1 lead in the first period.

Abby Okon had 30 saves for the Warbirds.

Lakeshore 1 3 0 – 4

Warbirds/Beaver Dam 3 0 3 – 6

Goals:

First period

Hattie Verstegen W/BD (Alyssa Heim) 2:06;

Morgan Brown W/BD (Mary Skorupa) 3:51;

Anna Gontarski LL 4:06;

Drew Deanovich W/BD (Hattie Verstegen) 8:11.

Second period  

Elle Fisher LL (Alexandra Buchanan) 4:00;

Anna Gontarski LL 7:45;

Anna Gontarski LL 9:26 pp.

Third period

Alyssa Heim W/BD (Maike Zipp, Hattie Verstegen) :22;

Alyssa Heim W/BD (Dayna Jones, Maike Zipp) 13:28;

Alyssa Heim W/BD (Hattie Verstegen, Maike Zipp) 16:59.

 

Shots: W/BD 45, LL 34.

Saves: Kami McCardle LL 39, Abby Okon W/BD 30.

Fond du Lac Co-op  6   Onalaska  0

The Warbirds got a hat trick from Maike Zipp and outshot the Hilltoppers 40-20 in the victory.

Onalaska 0 0 0 — 0

Fond du Lac Co-op  1 1 4 — 6

Goals

First period – Maike Zipp FDL/BD (Hattie Verstagen) 13:35.

Second Period – Morgan Brown FDL/BD (Drew Deanovich) 10:12.

Third Period

Maike Zipp FDL/BD (Drew Deanovich) 1:10;

Maike Zipp FDL/BD 7:18;

Hattie Verstagen FDL/BD (Alyssa Heim) 9:44;

Laura Huettl FDL/BD 12:31.

Shots: FDL/BD 40, ONA 20.

Saves: Okon FDL/BD 20, Bekkum ONA 34.

WIPH/COACHES GIRLS TOP TEN

DECEMBER 4, 2017 (WEEK 2)

  1. Hudson
    2. Eau Claire-Altoona
    3. St. Croix Valley
    4. University School
    5. Warbirds/Beaver Dam
    6. Rock County
    7. Wisconsin Valley Union
    8. Bay Area
    9. Central Wisconsin
    10. Fox Cities

Warbirds/Beaver Dam  12    Badger   1

The Warbirds broke open the game with seven second-period goals against the Lightning.

Alyssa Heim had a hat trick for the Warbirds.

Badger 0 1 0 – 1

Warbirds 0 7 5 – 12

Goals:

Second period

Jenna Kirschbaum W/BD (Dayna Jones, Morgan Brown) :18;

Maike Zipp W/BD (Hattie Verstagen) :50;

Drew Deanovich W/BD (Tori Schmidt) 2:21;

Ellie Goethel B (Lizzie Patton) 4:22;

Mary Skorupa W/BD (Drew Deanovich) 7:48;

Alyssa Heim W/BD (Dayna Jones) 7:56;

Morgan Brown W/BD 16:17;

Steely Schaefer W/BD (Alyssa Foote, Sydney Foote) 16:47.

Third period

Cassie Stephany W/BD (Tori Schmidt) 1:03;

Alyssa Heim W/BD 6:38;

Alyssa Heim W/BD (Sydney Foote) 11:17;

Mary Skorupa W/BD (Cassie Stephany) 11:27;

Tori Schmidt W/BD 13:09. Shots: W/BD 52, B 16.

Saves: Natalie Buss B 40, Rebecas Avalos W/BD 15.

Warbirds/Beaver Dam Co-op   5    Cap City Cougars   4

Game Totals

SCORING 1 2 3 T
Cap City Cougars 0 1 3 4
Warbirds/Beaver Dam Co-op 1 3 1 5
POWER PLAYS
Cap City Cougars 0 for 3 (0.0%)
Warbirds/Beaver Dam Co-op 2 for 5 (40.0%)
SHOTS 1 2 3 T
Cap City Cougars 6 9 13 28
Warbirds/Beaver Dam Co-op 11 8 5 24
PENALTIES
Cap City Cougars 10 minutes on 5 infractions
Warbirds/Beaver Dam Co-op 6 minutes on 3 infractions

Scoring Summary

Warbirds/Beaver Dam Co-op Goalies

# NAME MIN SOG SV GA SV %
31 Abby Okon 51:00 28 24 4 .857
TOTALS 51:00 28 24 4 .857

EARLY BIRD GIRLS TOURNAMENT

FOND DU LAC/WAUPUN/BEAVER DAM 12, NORTHLAND PINES 1

WAUPUN – Hattie Verstagen and Alyssa Heim both had hat tricks to lead the Warbirds to the win over the Eagles.

Verstagen, Heim and Cassie Stephany each had two assists.

Northland Pines  0 0 1 – 1

Fond du Lac/Waupun/Beaver Dam  5 3 4 – 12

Goals – First period: Drew Deanovich W/BD pp 5:38; Mary Skorupa W/BD 8:14; Hattie Verstagen W/BD (Alyssa Heim) 9:02; Tori Schmidt W/BD (T.J. Lindeman) 13:34; Rachel Bolin W/BD (Tori Schmidt, Cassie Stephany) 13:57. Second period: Alyssa Heim W/BD (Drew Deanovich) 2:49; Hattie Verstagen W/BD (Alyssa Heim) 12:58; Hattie Verstagen W/BD 16:34. Third period: Emma Sima NP (Allie Kieffer) 2:08; Alyssa Heim W/BD (Hattie Verstagen) 2:19; Maike Zipp W/BD (Morgan Brown) 13:47; Alyssa Heim W/BD (Hattie Verstagen) 15:18; Tori Schmidt W/BD (Cassie Stephany) 16:52. Saves: Megan Okon W/BD 2, Abby Okon W/BD 5, Piper Snedden NP 26.

2018-03-07T13:36:38+00:00November 19th, 2017|Girls Hockey|