Panthers stay unbeaten with lopsided win


DREW SCHWEIGER, Plymouth senior, pitches to a Wauwatosa West batter in Tuesday’s baseball game. Schweiger earned a 9-2 win. – Submitted photo DREW SCHWEIGER, Plymouth senior, pitches to a Wauwatosa West batter in Tuesday’s baseball game. Schweiger earned a 9-2 win. – Submitted photo PLYMOUTH – The Plymouth Panthers ran their baseball record to 5-0 with a 9-2 pasting of Wauwatosa West in nonconference action Tuesday evening at the PHS diamond.

PHS sophomore Jake Steinhardt had a team-high two RBIs and shared the lead in hits and runs with two each. Cole Karczewski and Drew Schweiger also cracked two hits apiece. Zac Cain and Matt Olig scored twice each.

Schweiger, a senior lefty, pitched six solid innings to earn his first win of the season. He allowed two unearned runs on only four hits with three walks, two strikeouts and one hit batter. Steinhard pitched the seventh and gave up one walk, hit two batters and fanned one.

“Drew was around the plate which kept our defense sharp. He located his fastball well,” said Panther head coach Butch Cain.


TJ MOEGENBURG of Plymouth beats out an infield grounder as the Wauwatosa first baseman awaits the throw in Tuesday’s baseball game. – Submitted photo TJ MOEGENBURG of Plymouth beats out an infield grounder as the Wauwatosa first baseman awaits the throw in Tuesday’s baseball game. – Submitted photo “We had a lot of two-strike hits. The guys battled with two strikes and put the ball in play.”

Trojan pitching allowed nine walks and recorded two strikeouts. Jonathon Meyer, who started on

Score by Innings Wauwatosa West.....000 110 0 – 2 4 2 Plymouth..................022 122 x – 9 8 1

Jonathon Meyer and Myles Fish; Drew Schweiger, Jake Steinhardt (7) and Tyler Willeford. W – Schweiger, 1-0. L – Meyer. the mound, took the loss. Meyer surrendered two runs (both earned) on one hit with three walks and zero strikeouts in two frames.

“The guys communicated well and hustled hard,” said coach Cain.

The coach thought his infield played well, with Olig at third base, Steinhardt at shortstop, Karczewski, second base and Derek Schweiger at first. Coach Cain said Willeford called a good game at catcher.

The Trojans dropped to 2-2.


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