Panthers dominate in EWC shutout

KEWASKUM – The Plymouth Panthers earned their fourth shutout in Eastern Wisconsin Conference boys soccer as they handled Kewaskum, 4-0, here Monday afternoon.

PHS upped its EWC record to 4-1 (6-4 overall). The Indians dropped to 0-4 in the league (1-8 overall).

Senior midfielder Michael Bolland sparked the Panther offense with two goals. Antonio Cambise and Tomas Casado contributed one goal each.

Cameron Hauser and Zach Gambrell had one assist each. The Panthers dominated the match – leading Kewaskum 20-0 in shots on goal. Indian goalkeeper William Lehmann made 10 saves.

“We are happy with the win and the opportunities we created to score. We had the opportunity to play many players for several minutes in spots they are not used to and they responded well,” said Panther head coach Rommy Herrera.

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