Panthers stay unbeaten in EWC

PLYMOUTH – Sarah Gamoke and Sigrun Adalgeirsdottir scored two goals each to lead the Plymouth Panthers to a 4-0 girls soccer victory over visiting Kewaskum Thursday evening.

The Panthers upped their Eastern Wisconsin Conference record to 3-0-1 (8-1-1 overall).

All of Plymouth’s scoring came in the first half. Gamoke kicked the first two goals, with the second one assisted by Becca Ebbott.

Ebbott also had an assist on the third goal. Adalgeirsdottir, an exchange student from Iceland, scored the final goal on a direct kick.

PHS led 13-2 in shots on goal. Panther goalkeepers Sophie Hau and Kathryn Aukerman combined for two saves. Indian goalie Ana Gerhartz made nine saves.

“We had control of the game. Kewaskum pressured us some late in the game but we were able to prevent the goal,” said PHS head coach Brad Feick.

“We played hard and came out on top. We had trouble finishing scoring opportunities.

“We passed the ball quite well from side to side and into the space for our forwards making diagonal runs. Our game plan was to use the diagonal runs. They were effective in this game,” Feick said.



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