Panthers undisputed EWC champions


ELLE KLECKA (8) of Plymouth and Campbellsport’s Kelley Konen fifight for the ball in Tuesday’s EWC soccer match. — Review photo by Greg Ceilley ELLE KLECKA (8) of Plymouth and Campbellsport’s Kelley Konen fifight for the ball in Tuesday’s EWC soccer match. — Review photo by Greg Ceilley CAMPBELLSPORT 0

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PLYMOUTH – The Plymouth Panthers won the outright Eastern Wisconsin Conference girls soccer championship with a 2-0 victory over Campbellsport here Monday evening.

PHS finished 10-0-2 in the EWC and closed out the regular season with a 13-6-3 overall record. New Holstein placed second with a 9-1-2 mark.

The Panthers shared the EWC title last year with Sheboygan Falls. It’s Plymouth’s first undisputed league crown since 2010.

“We played a very good game on Senior Night to win the conference title outright,” said Panther head coach Brad Feick.

“I’m really proud of how all of these players continued to work and earn their goal of a title. This team really worked hard to return an outright conference championship to Plymouth.”

The PHS seniors and their parents were recognized at halftime.

Sophomore Olivia Jankowski’s goal in the 39th minute gave PHS a 1-0 halftime lead. Senior Erin Falk assisted on the score.

The Panthers put the match away when Falk scored with four minutes left, assisted by Jankowski, to go up 2-0.

PHS led 6-1 in shots on goal. Panther goalie Sophie Hau made one save. Cougar goalkeeper Emma Sippel had four saves.

“I thought that we played well as we possessed the ball patiently within our midfield and forwards. We were able to put a lot of pressure on Campbellsport’s outside defenders,” said Feick.

“Defensively, we were strong.”


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