Panthers cruise, stay atop ECC title chase


ADAM SMITH of Plymouth executes a header in Thursday’s ECC soccer match versus Berlin. – Photo by Kristin Strehlow ADAM SMITH of Plymouth executes a header in Thursday’s ECC soccer match versus Berlin. – Photo by Kristin Strehlow PLYMOUTH – The Plymouth Panthers remained in sole possession of first place in the East Central Conference boys soccer race with a 9-0 drubbing of Berlin Thursday afternoon at Panther Field.

PHS hiked its ECC record to 9-0-1 (13-2-2 overall) and stretched its winning streak to five. The Panthers have blanked their last four opponents.

The Panthers play at secondplace Kettle Moraine Lutheran (Jackson) Tuesday, Oct. 6 at 4 p.m. The Chargers improved to 9-1 with a 4-1 win over Waupun on Thursday.

Leading the Panthers’ attack against Berlin with two goals each were Dylan Koehn, Collin Meyer and Noah Joseph. Corby Gafney, Aidan Woida and Layton Albright scored one goal each.

Contributing one assist each were Gafney, Eric Novak, Joseph and Woida. PHS led 15-0 in shots on goal.

“We played a really good game today. We created many opportunities to score and controlled Berlin from beginning to end,” said Panther head coach Rommy Herrera.

“The team has been motivated and continues working hard during every practice and game. I am very proud of their hard work this season and we hope things continue going well for us.”

The Indians dropped to 2-8 in the ECC (10-8 overall).


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