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City soccer roundup: Hayden rolls to 10-0 win over West in season-opener

Rick Peterson

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Hayden's girls soccer team posted its first win of the 2021 season with a 10-0 romp past Centennial League foe Topeka West Tuesday night at Hummer Sports Park.

Six players scored goals for the Wildcats, including juniors Elizabeth Dunshee and Kate Roeder and freshmen Elaine Wolf and Jill Lenherr with two goals apiece while sophomore Sloane Sims and junior Natalie McElroy also scored goals for Hayden.

Wolf and junior Riley Schmidtlein were credited with two assists apiece while Lenherr, Roeder, sophomore Janessa Broxterman and junior Abby Dodd also had assists for the Wildcats.

 HAYDEN 10, TOPEKA WEST 0

Hayden -- Goals: Elaine Wolf 2, Elizabeth Dunshee 2, Jill Lenherr 2, Kate Roeder 2, Sloane Sims, Natalie McElroy. Assists: Elaina Wolf 2, Riley Schmidtlein 2, Jill Lenherr, Kate Roeder, Jenessa Broxterman, Abby Dodd.

CAIR PARAVEL LATIN 7, HERITAGE CHRISTIAN 1

Cair Paravel Latin's girls soccer team opened its 2021 season with a 7-1 victory over Olathe Heritage Christian Tuesday night.

BLUE VALLEY SOUTHWEST 6, SHAWNEE HEIGHTS 1

Shawnee Heights dropped a 6-1 girls soccer decision to Blue Valley Southwest Tuesday night.

 

 

Washburn's Tyler Geiman named a third-team All-American

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TylerGeimanRogersStateactionWashburn star Tyler Geiman has been named a third-team NCAA Division II All-American. [Photo courtesy of Washburn Athletics]

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Tyler Geiman continued his honors haul Tuesday, with the Ichabod star senior point guard being named a third-team NCAA Division II All-American by the Conference Commissioner's Association as voted on by the D-II members of the College Sports Information Directors of America.

On Monday Geiman earned first-team National Association of Basketball Coaches All-Central District honors.

Geiman, one of two players in Division II to average at least 20 points, 6 assists and 6 rebounds this season, was a unanimous first-team all-MIAA selection and a member of the MIAA All-Defensive team and a member of the MIAA All-Tournament team.

Geiman led the 20-7 Ichabods in scoring (20.3), assists (6.0) and rebounds (6.3) and recorded the first triple-double in Washburn history with 17 points, 11 rebounds and 11 assists against Northeastern State on Feb. 23. Geiman scored a career-high 32 points against Central Oklahoma on Jan. 30. 

Geiman is the first CoSIDA All-America selection since Will McNeill earned All-American honors in 2011-12 and 2012-13. Brady Skeens was a Basketball Times All-American selection in 2018.