"Taylor is always scrappy so I wasn't surprised he had such a good game," Nye said. "He's got great speed and knows how to take advantage of mismatches. He also did a great job of taking advantage of the wet weather and playing hard."
Schulte had three of his goals in the first half to help Viewmont build a lead it never gave up. Nye also noted the overall play of senior Kevin Mann as a key to the team's success.
"The word is sort of out on Kevin," Nye said. "People know he is our main scoring threat and they key on him. Kevin does a good job of being smart and unselfish and finding the open guys cutting around the net. He sets our tempo."
Anthony Smith had two goals for the Vikings.
"Anthony is a solid player for us and has great vision," Nye said. "He works hard and when he gets open he is difficult to stop."
Nye also praised the play of Viking goal, sophomore Alex Watawekin.
"Alex is surreal sometimes," Nye said. "You just rub your head and wonder how he does some of the things he does."