Panthers breeze to fourth straight win

PLYMOUTH – The Plymouth Panthers rolled to their fourth consecutive girls dual tennis win, 7-0, over Waupun Tuesday afternoon at the PHS courts.

PHS upped its Eastern Wisconsin Conference record to 4-1. The Panthers won all of the matches in straight sets, led by 6-0, 6-0 victories by Cassandra Nicholson and Drew Krablean at Nos. 1 and 4 singles, respectively.

“Our team has been playing smart and confident tennis which is why we have been able to win some of these matches so dominantly,” said Panther head coach Laura Michel.

PHS won all five junior varsity matches, each in doubles play. Waupun was low in numbers, so Plymouth played against varsity players.

“We competed well and played hard,” said PHS JV coach Mike Gumm.

On Sept.. 14, the PHS JV finished 5-0 (all doubles) against visiting Kiel.

“We rotated 30 girls in the games. We have been playing well,” said Gumm.

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