Teamwork, defense lead PHS JV to stellar season


THE PLYMOUTH GIRLS junior varsity basketball team won the EWC JV title with a 14-0 record and finished 21-1 overall. Team members include (front row, left to right) Jordyn Pieper, Morgan Lisowe, (middle row) Cassy Sippel, Hannah Mauk, Karly Knaus, (back row) Hayley Mueller, Olivia Jankowski, Madison Jewell, Ericka Bohrmueller, Abby Payne and coach Mike Gumm. — Photo by Lori Fahrenholtz THE PLYMOUTH GIRLS junior varsity basketball team won the EWC JV title with a 14-0 record and finished 21-1 overall. Team members include (front row, left to right) Jordyn Pieper, Morgan Lisowe, (middle row) Cassy Sippel, Hannah Mauk, Karly Knaus, (back row) Hayley Mueller, Olivia Jankowski, Madison Jewell, Ericka Bohrmueller, Abby Payne and coach Mike Gumm. — Photo by Lori Fahrenholtz PLYMOUTH – Good teamwork and defense were the keys to an outstanding 2012-13 season for the Plymouth junior varsity girls basketball squad.

“We played well as a team, helping out on defense, forcing over 700 turnovers, making extra passes and going after loose balls,” said Panther coach Mike Gumm.

“The girls accepted their roles, supported each other and had a great desire to win every time.”

The Panthers won the EWC JV title with a 14-0 record and were 21-1 overall. PHS also won the Cedarburg tournament and finished the season on a 19-game winning streak.

“My philosophy is always to play strong defense and force teams to play our style of game. The girls adjusted quickly and kept the intensity through the season,” Gumm said.

Freshman guard Jordyn Pieper led the Panthers in scoring with 268 points (12.2 average per game), followed by freshman center Olivia Jankowski with 178 (8.1 average).

Sophomore guard Abby Payne grabbed a team-high 98 rebounds. Freshman guard Morgan Lisowe led in steals with 117 and assists, 69.

Freshman forward Cassy Sippel was the top free-throw shooter with an excellent 90 percent. Sophomore forward Ericka Bohrmueller hit a team-best 41 percent from three-point range.

“This was another fun year and I am very proud of each of my players. Every single one made a difference and had an impact on determining how successful we would be,” Gumm noted.

“No individual player can carry a team with our style of play. Statistics like ours happen because they work together and always think ‘team’ first.

“Co-captains Ericka Bohrmueller [sophomore forward] and Abby Payne did a great job leading and supporting the team,” the coach said.


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