Panthers earn impressive EWC win


ZACH GAMBRELL of Plymouth heads the ball as Sheboygan Falls’ Jason Bonner (16) and Jordan LePean, and the Panthers’ Antonio Cambise close in during Thursday’s soccer match. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley ZACH GAMBRELL of Plymouth heads the ball as Sheboygan Falls’ Jason Bonner (16) and Jordan LePean, and the Panthers’ Antonio Cambise close in during Thursday’s soccer match. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley PLYMOUTH – The Plymouth boys soccer team made a big statement in the Eastern Wisconsin Conference race with a 5-0 trouncing of arch-rival Sheboygan Falls Tuesday afternoon at Panther Field.

The Panthers, who shared the EWC title with Falls last year, raised their league record to 2-0 (4-2 overall). PHS has outscored its EWC opposition 12-0 this season. The Falcons fell to 0-2 in the conference (2-4 overall).

Senior midfielder Michael Bolland sparked the PHS attack with two goals. Zach Gambrell, Antonio Cambise and Layton Albright added one goal each.

The Panthers blew the game open with three second-half goals. Gambrell and Cambise had two saves apiece.

The Panthers held an impressive 19-7 advantage in shots on goal. PHS senior goalkeeper Drew Schweiger made seven saves. Falcon junior goalie Lee Huberty had 14 saves.

“We played well as a team. I was happy to see the team creating many opportunities to score,” said Panther head coach Rommy Herrera.

“We possessed well and connected good passes. The team is responding well and the substitutions have been effective.

“So far, everyone on the team knows their role and every time they have the chance to play they try to do it the best they can,” said Herrera.

SHEBOYGAN FALLS
0

PLYMOUTH
5


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