While large schools might get more attention, there’s plenty of overlooked talent from small schools in Wisconsin. Here’s a look at some of the most productive small school performers (divisions 3 and 4) from the class of 2022 in Wisconsin this season.
GK, Mount Horeb
Aiken has been sensational for Mount Horeb. He recently made 14 saves against state power Oregon while only conceding once. Also has a GAA of 1.31 in 6 starts with 47 saves.
F Estevan Colin, Delavan-Darien
Colin has been impressive for the Comets. He scored twice and added an assist against Janesville Craig. He also had a hat trick against Catholic Memorial. Delavan-Darien is on a roll as of late, going 4-0-1 in its last five maches. 10 goals and 3 assists in nine matches.
His play shouldn’t go unnoticed for this small-school power. He’s scored 15 goals with seven assists to start the season as Shorewood is the top-ranked team in Division 3.
M Teig Driessen, Seymour
Driessen has either a goal or an assist in every game for Seymour, ranked No. 3 in Division 3. In nine games, Driessen has a total of 17 goals and eight assists. Seymour is 8-1.
M/D Matt Sundararajan, New Berlin West
Sundararajan has had New Berlin West on a tear lately. Has 13 goals and nine assists in 10 games while his team is 8-2. Had a big game against South Milwaukee recently where he scored three goals and dished two assists.
F Chase Solem, Seymour
Although yet to score this season, Solem has been an excellent distributor and ball handler. His eight assists lead the team and have been vital to Seymour’s early success so far.