Big second half sparks Panthers to victory


MAGGIE PAESE (10), Plymouth, kicks the ball as Campbellsport’s Theresa Flood converges in Monday’s EWC soccer game. — Photo by Todd Starnitcky MAGGIE PAESE (10), Plymouth, kicks the ball as Campbellsport’s Theresa Flood converges in Monday’s EWC soccer game. — Photo by Todd Starnitcky PLYMOUTH – The Plymouth Panthers exploded for three goals in the second half to key a 4-0 girls soccer win over visiting Campbellsport Monday evening.

PHS upped its season mark to 4-1 overall.

Senior forward Becca Ebbott spearheaded the Panther attack with two goals. Sarah Gamoke and Sigrun Adalgeirsdottir kicked one goal each.

Breinne Cain led PHS in assists with two and Gamoke had the other one.

PHS led 10-5 in shots on goal. Plymouth goalies Sophie Hau and Kathryn Aukerman made three and two saves, respectively.

“It always feels great to get a win. The girls were focused and ready to play the game,” said Panther head coach Brad Feick.

“Our defense – Emily Schirmer, Meghan Roelse, Rachel Francis and Emily Vorpagel – did a great job containing Paige Birschbach [All-Eastern Wisconsin Conference forward].”

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Slinger outscored PHS 2-0 in the second half to earn a 2-1 win Saturday morning at the Panther Field.

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Erika Stroik scored the gamewinning goal on a penalty kick with only about seven minutes left after PHS was called for an unintentional handball.

The Panthers led 1-0 at halftime

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on a goal by Becca Ebbott in the 24th minute.

Mary DeWalt tied the match, 1-1, on a goal in the 61st minute.

Panther goalies Hau and Aukerman combined for five saves.


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