EWC shutout string at six: Panthers blank Kiel


RYAN HOLEC of Plymouth heads the ball over Kiel’s Zach Zorn (right) during Monday’s EWC soccer game. — Photo by Todd Starnitcky RYAN HOLEC of Plymouth heads the ball over Kiel’s Zach Zorn (right) during Monday’s EWC soccer game. — Photo by Todd Starnitcky PLYMOUTH – The Plymouth Panthers stayed unbeaten in Eastern Wisconsin Conference boys soccer play with a 6-0 rout over Kiel here Monday afternoon.

PHS upped their EWC-leading record to 5-0-1 (7-1-2 overall). The Panthers have blanked all six of their league opponents this season while scoring 26 goals.

Sophomore midfielder Ryan Holec led a balanced PHS offense with two goals. Zach Gambrell, Tom Theisen, Cooper Ebbott and Michael Bolland scored one each. Corbin Dewey had an assist.

The Panthers dominated the match – holding a 16-1 advantage in shots on goal. PHS goalkeeper Jared Weinbauer made one save. Drew Schweiger also played goalie for PHS.

Goalie Josh Sabrowsky made 10 saves for the Raiders who dropped to 2-4 in the EWC (3-8-1 overall).

“We have been playing good soccer in our last [three] matches and today’s game was no different,” said Panther head coach Rommy Herrera.

“We possessed the ball and controlled the opportunities to score. We had some difficulty during the first half trying to score but during halftime we talked with the team and made a few changes and we were more effective.”

KIEL 0

PLYMOUTH 6


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