BY YANEEK SMITH, BEACON CONTRIBUTOR
OAK HARBOR — One of the most storied careers in Oak Harbor history has been extended for at least one more match, as Rocket senior Hannah Schulte scored three goals in the Rockets’ 12-0 win over Tiffin Columbian in the Division II sectional final.
Schulte scored her 103rd goal in helping Oak Harbor to a 2-1 win over Wauseon in a Division II district championship at Lake Community Stadium. It made her only the second player in program history to achieve that lofty mark.
But it wasn’t just Schulte. Hollie Robinson had four goals in the sectional win, Remi Gregory scored two and Lily DeTray, Nora Schmidt and Makenna Gottron each finished with a goal. DeTray had three assists, Kaley Daniel and Adriene Schiets had two and Effie Schulte had one.
“It was exciting to see Hannah score 103 goals, since that doesn’t happen often,” said Oak Harbor coach Renee Williamson. “Hannah is at 103 career goals for the year and has 35 goals this season. Erica Lipstraw holds the career record.”
Schulte, who returned after missing the latter part of 2020 with a torn knee ligament, was named the Sandusky Bay Conference Bay Division’s Most Outstanding Performer. The team has won the Bay Division three times during her career and claimed a district title, too.
Schultz scored 22 goals as a freshman, 31 as a sophomore and 14 as a junior.