57 Wartenberg handball goals
Created: 06.12.2022, 17:00
By: Bernd Heinzinger
The focus was always on Tanja Krraki (No. 17), who scored twelve goals for TSV at the weekend.
Eike Schumacher and Sandra Rademacher (red jerseys, from left) observe the scene.
The TSV women shine against Deggendorf, and the second wins against Eching.
Wartenberg – The handball women of TSV Wartenberg showed a strong performance in the home duel against HC Deggendorf right from the start.
After the 31:19 (18:10) victory, the coaching team was satisfied.
Harald Feurer: “Everyone pushed hard today, the squad looked dangerous from every position.
That was a good performance.”
The hosts really impressed with the breadth of their squad, which is proven by ten different goalscorers, among other things.
After an initial scan up to 4:3, the TSV women quickly pulled away.
Vreni Stürzl scored three goals in a row after the 8:5, Tanja Krraki added a few more goals, and with a 14:8 it was already 18:10 for Wartenberg at the break.
Feurer: "In the locker room we appealed that the women should continue to concentrate despite the large lead." They implemented this requirement consistently, a low phase like in the last few games did not follow.
Hannah Rott and Andrea Angermaier added two goals to make it 20:10.
As a result, the guests came no closer than eight goals.
"We acted as a team and acted unpredictably for the opponent," said Feurer.
TSV Wartenberg 2 played against SC Eching in almost the same line-up as in the first team.
In the district class duel there was a clear 26:18 (16:8) success.
Despite the double burden, everyone gave their all from the start, praised Feurer, who was supported on the bench by Hans-Jürgen Huber, Alexandra Detterböck and Anna Feurer.
The young Ronja Nievelstein was a newcomer and immediately showed a strong performance.
After ten minutes, TSV was already leading 6:3 through a goal by Tanja Krraki, who was in a good mood again. After 20 minutes, the lead had increased to 12:6.
The coaching team was able to change happily, but this never meant a weakening.
After the 16:8 there was a reminder not to let up, as was the case with the first.
It worked this time, too, and in the second half there was never any doubt about the clear success of Wartenberg's second.
Feurer: "It's nice to see that the young players have more and more confidence.
There is a development process going in the right direction.”
Wartenberg 1: Andrea Angermaier 6/4, Tanja Krraki 5/1, Vreni Stürzl 4, Vittoria Adelsberger 4, Eike Schuhmacher 3, Lisa Hausser 3, Hannah Rott 2, Mariana Rademacher-Rodrigues 2, Sonja Heimerl and Sofia Hellinger – Wartenberg 2: Tanja Krraki 7/2, Sofia Hellinger 4, Andrea Angermaier 4/1, Lena Haindl 3, Vreni Stürzl 3, Lisa Hausser 2, Hannah Rott, Sandra Rademacher and Ronja Nievelstein.