Panthers win JV softball finale

The Plymouth junior varsity softball team won its season finale in a rout, 20-8, over host Cedar Grove-Belgium May 12.

The win upped the Panthers’ record to 9-13. PHS pounded out 11 hits, led by Kayla Prahl, Sylvia Peters and Myah Palenchek with two each. Peters was the winning pitcher.

Longtime Panther JV coach Paul Krzyzaniak announced his retirement. Krzyzaniak was the PHS coach for 25 years and helped start the Panther softball program in 1990 along with Gale Grahn.

“It has been a great career and I’m proud to have been a part of bringing fast-pitch softball to Plymouth,” said Krzyzaniak.

On May 9, the Panthers competed in the Eastern Wisconsin Conference JV Invitational at Kewaskum. PHS defeated Kewaskum 7-6, and lost to Cedar Grove, 7-6. Cedar Grove isn’t an EWC member but was added to the field because Two Rivers didn’t have a JV team this season and Sheboygan Falls didn’t participate.

Peters was the winning hurler versus Kewaskum. Jordyn Thomas and Kendra Stauss keyed the PHS attack with two hits each.

The Panthers had only four hits against Cedar Grove, led by Mady Straub’s two. PHS didn’t place in the tourney.

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