Panthers up EWC-leading mark to 4-0

PLYMOUTH – The Plymouth Panthers recorded their third shutout in Eastern Wisconsin Conference girls soccer with a 3-0 win over visiting Kewaskum Thursday evening.

PHS hiked its EWC-leading record to 4-0 (5-3 overall). The Indians dropped to 1-1- 1 in league play (3-2-1 overall).

Elizabeth Bolland’s goal off a rebound gave PHS a 1-0 lead in the 28th minute. Only one minute later, Elle Klecka scored on an assist by Liz Fohr which made it 2-0 at halftime.

Olivia Jankowski booted the final goal, assisted by Klecka, two minutes into the second half.

PHS led 12-2 in shots on goal. Panther goalkeepers Sophie Hau and Bolland made one save each. Kewaskum goalies Emily Kollwer and Maddie had four saves each.

“We controlled the tempo of the game. We fought hard and were able to convert on a few opportunities,” said Panther head coach Brad Feick.

“Elle made a really nice backpost run on her goal and Liz was able to get it to her. We stress the importance of making that back- post run and Elle did just that.

“We put pressure on Kewaskum from the beginning but we just couldn’t finish around the goal. Elizabeth Bolland made a great individual effort in front of the net. The goalie deflected her shot but she continued to fight for it and drove into the goal,” said Feick.

“Olivia Jankowski was able to extend our lead and essentially put the game out of reach.

“Kewaskum has a very strong center midfielder, Jerray Riffel, who was the player that we focused on stopping. Our central midfielders and central defenders – Brooke Reichert, Mackenzie Haese, Elizabeth Bolland, Emily Meinnert, Meghan Roelse and Haley Olsen – were able to challenge her and prevent her from attacking the way that she wanted,” said the coach.

KEWASKUM 0

PLYMOUTH 3


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