Ebbott’s hat trick powers Panthers to lopsided win


LUKE HOJNACKI (second from right) of Plymouth and Oostburg’s Zac Dulmes (2) scrap for the ball in Tuesday night’s soccer match. Watching are Plymouth’s Jack Heginbottom (10) and Cole Karczewski (18) and Oostburg’s Cody Wallace. — Review photo by Greg Ceilley LUKE HOJNACKI (second from right) of Plymouth and Oostburg’s Zac Dulmes (2) scrap for the ball in Tuesday night’s soccer match. Watching are Plymouth’s Jack Heginbottom (10) and Cole Karczewski (18) and Oostburg’s Cody Wallace. — Review photo by Greg Ceilley KEWASKUM – Senior forward Cooper Ebbott exploded for three goals to key the Plymouth Panthers’ 8-0 rout over host Kewaskum Monday afternoon in boys soccer action.

The Panthers raised their second-place Eastern Wisconsin Conference record to 8-1-1 (12-3-2 overall) and chalked up their seventh league shutout. Sheboygan Falls leads the EWC at 9-1.

Senior defensive midfielder Tom Theisen scored two goals and Eric Majerus, Nick Stucke and Mark Novak added one each. Senior midfielder Jack Heginbottom and senior defender Luke Hojnacki led in assists with two each. Ebbott and Novak had one apiece.

PHS held a huge edge in shots on goal at 11-0.

“Today we had a good game,” said Panther head coach Rommy Herrera. “We finished in almost every chance we created to score. We also possessed the ball for most of the game.”

The Indians fell to 0-10 in the EWC (0-13 overall).

SATURDAY’S MATCHES

The Panthers played two nonconference matches Saturday at Kaukauna. The games replaced the two matches that were canceled against Two Rivers because the Purple Raiders were unable to field a team this season. PHS defeated Marinette, 5-1, and Hortonville, 3-1.

Junior midfielder Nick Stucke sparked the Panther offense versus Marinette with two goals. Heginbottom, Matt Matz and Andrew Staehling booted one each. Heginbottom, Eric Majerus and Corbin Dewey contributed one assist apiece.

PHS led 6-2 in shots on goal. Panther goalkeeper Drew Schweiger had two saves.

Heginbottom and Hojnacki scored one goal each in the Hortonville game. Plymouth’s other tally was an own goal by a Hortonville defender.

The Panthers led 7-3 in shots on goal. Schweiger made four saves.

“We played well in our two games and won. The team has been playing good soccer,” said Herrera.

“Possession and pressuring the opponents has been the key of our success this season. This team is really positive and is full of hard workers and passionate soccer players.”

PLYMOUTH 8

KEWASKUM 0


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