Gambrell’s four goals power PHS to easy win


JOSH SABROWSKY (21) of Kiel and Plymouth’s Tomas Casado hustle for the ball during Thursday’s EWC soccer game. Also shown are Kiel’s Parker Brack and Plymouth’s Eric Novak. — Review photo by Greg Ceilley JOSH SABROWSKY (21) of Kiel and Plymouth’s Tomas Casado hustle for the ball during Thursday’s EWC soccer game. Also shown are Kiel’s Parker Brack and Plymouth’s Eric Novak. — Review photo by Greg Ceilley PLYMOUTH – Senior forward Zach Gambrell erupted for a career-best four goals to spark the Plymouth Panthers to a 10-0 thumping of Kiel in a boys soccer match here Thursday afternoon.

PHS upped its Eastern Wisconsin Conference record to 6-1 (9-5 overall). The Panthers are one game behind league-leading New Holstein/Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah which is 7-0.

PHS, which lost to NH/EL-G, 2-1, on Sept. 2, will host the Huskies Thursday at 4:30 p.m.

The Panthers exploded for sev- en first-half goals against Kiel (3-4 in EWC, 6-6 overall).

“We played well today. We moved players in different positions and they responded well,” said Panther head coach Rommy Herrera.

“We created many opportunities to score and we had many impressive finishes.”

Senior defender Cameron Hauser and junior midfielder Eric Novak scored two goals each. Contributing one each were Tomas Casado and Drew Schweiger.

Junior midfielder Aidan Woida had a team-high three assists. Antonio Cambise and Michael Bolland made two assists apiece and Layton Albright, one.

The Panthers held an impressive 16-2 advantage in shots on goal. Schweiger made two saves at goalie and Raider goalkeeper Josh Sabrowsky had six.

KIEL 0

PLYMOUTH 10


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