Panthers win second straight EWC title

CAMPBELLSPORT – Plymouth clinched its second straight Eastern Wisconsin Conference boys soccer championship with a 6-0 thumping of Campbellsport here Monday afternoon.

The Panthers, who shared the EWC crown with Sheboygan Falls last year, finished 11-1 in the league and improved to 14-5 overall. PHS, which has won six in a row, dominated the EWC this season – posting 10 shutouts and outscoring the opposition by an amazing 64-3.

“At the beginning of the season we set two goals as a team: one, to improve every game and two, to win conference. After today we can proudly say that we have done both,” said Panther head coach Rommy Herrera,

“Our players have not backed down at all and continue to push themselves to be better. Now our focus as a team is to continue to grow as we enter the playoffs and hopefully fight our way to the state final.”

The Panthers mounted a 3-0 halftime lead against the Cougars on the strength of one goal each by Layton Albright, Noah Joseph and Zach Gambrell, respectively. Aidan Woida assisted on the goals by Albright and Joseph. Jacob Welsch assisted on Gambrell’s tally.

Scoring one goal each in the second half were Antonio Cambise, Tomas Casado and Joseph, respectively. Eric Novak had an assist on Casado’s goal and Jesus Guzman assisted on Joseph’s goal.

The Panthers led 13-3 in shots on goal. PHS goalkeeper Drew Schweiger made three saves and Cougar goalie Seth Tacke had seven.

The Cougars finished 5-7 in the EWC and dropped to 7-11-1 overall.



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