Panther netters win EWC opener


MATT PRIMOZIC of Plymouth hits a baseline shot in his No. 1 singles match at Tuesday’s EWC tennis dual versus Chilton. – Photo by Lisa Binversie MATT PRIMOZIC of Plymouth hits a baseline shot in his No. 1 singles match at Tuesday’s EWC tennis dual versus Chilton. – Photo by Lisa Binversie CHILTON – Plymouth opened its Eastern Wisconsin Conference boys dual tennis season with a 5-2 win over Chilton here Tuesday afternoon.

The victory evened the Panthers’ overall dual record to 1-1.

All four of Plymouth’s wins in contested matches were in straight sets. The Panthers won three of the four singles matches. PHS won the No. 3 doubles match by forfeit.

“It was a good match [meet] for us with a lot of good wins,” said Panther head coach Clare Sedlacek.

“A really tough match for our No. 1 doubles team. The Chilton pair were really strong at the net and didn’t make a lot of mistakes.”

Gabe and Gavin Binversie of PHS lost a tough battle at No. 1 doubles to Aaron Reilly and Evan Greuel, 6-7 (8-10 tiebreaker), 6-0, 4-6.


GABE BINVERSIE focuses on hitting a backhand shot as Plymouth teammate Gavin Binversie gets ready at the net in the No. 1 doubles match versus Chilton at Tuesday’s tennis meet. – Photo by Lisa Binversie GABE BINVERSIE focuses on hitting a backhand shot as Plymouth teammate Gavin Binversie gets ready at the net in the No. 1 doubles match versus Chilton at Tuesday’s tennis meet. – Photo by Lisa Binversie The PHS junior varsity competed in the Sheboygan North JV Tournament Saturday. The Panthers were led by Isaac Fintak and Andrew Schmitt who placed fourth at No. 2 doubles. Plymouth’s Ben Lenz lost in the consolation finals at No. 3 singles.



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