Big first half sparks KML past Panthers

JACKSON – The host Kettle Moraine Lutheran Chargers outscored the Plymouth Panthers 41- 26 in the first half to key a 76-57 rout in both teams’ East Central Conference girls basketball opener Tuesday night.

KML upped its overall record to 2-3 while the Panthers slipped to 2-3. This is the first season for the newly formed ECC.

The Chargers buried four threepointers in the first half. Sydney Rossow scored all 10 points of her points in the first half coming off the bench to spark KML’s attack.

“They shot really well. I give them credit, they played very well,” said Panther head coach Brad Shutter.

“They are really balanced. They have good inside and outside players, play really smart and are well-coached.”

The Chargers played in the Division 3 state tournament the past two seasons and won the title in 2014.

PHS shot 50 percent from two- point range but were only 1-for-16 on three-pointers.

Gwen Streblow and Lydia Rhude led PHS scorers with 11 and 10 points, respectively. Alyssa Shipley paced KML with 16.

Streblow paced PHS in rebounds with seven. Emily Majerus had a team-high five steals. Kalei Hering led in assists with two.


The Panthers suffered their first JV loss of the season, 39-25. Carly Lilek led PHS (3-1) in scoring with seven points and Jess Leider hit six.

Sommer Stoney was Plymouth’s high rebounder with seven. Gabi Mella and Sam Meyer contributed six each.

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