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Mulvane’s Rylie Schiffelbein – Athlete Spotlight Presented By Kansas Turnpike Authority

By Hayden Swope

Rylie Schiffelbein of Mulvane was a second team all-league soccer player last season and is one of the Wildcats’ key players heading into the 2023 season. 

“It is an honor to be recognized out of all the hard working athletes,” Schiffelbein said. “I am proud to represent Mulvane and showcase our talent from a small school.”

With the first game of the season quickly approaching, Schiffelbein knew she had to get to work. Exercising her skills and working on her communication with teammates was Schiffelbein’s top priority.  

“Preparing for the season I played in a couple indoor leagues to keep improving my skill,” Schiffelbein said. “I’ve also been dedicating time to practice after school on weekends with teammates. A weakness I wanted to improve upon his communication on the field. I want to do a better job in instructing my teammates to help them know what’s going on.”

 Another one of Schiffelbein’s goals was one she had been striving to improve from the previous season. 

“A particular stat I wish to improve upon is increasing my save personage from 87 percent  to 90 percent,” Schiffelbein said. 

Schiffelbein plans to continue both her academic and athletic career after high school at Butler

“My future plan is to play soccer and further my education by getting my associates in pre-med at Butler Community College,” Schiffelbein said. “My career goal is to be a chiropractor.” 

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