Panthers cruise to third straight win

KEWASKUM – Balanced scoring and a tough defense fueled the Plymouth Panthers’ 55-31 rout over Kewaskum in girls basketball action here Friday night.

The Panthers had nine players in the scoring column, led by Gwen Streblow with 15 points. The PHS defense held the Indians to a measly 25 percent (11 of 44) from the field overall and 0-for-13 from three-point range.

PHS improved to 3-1 in the East Central Conference (5-3 overall) and stretched their winning streak to three. The Indians slipped to 1-2 in the ECC (3-3 overall).

“We led throughout the whole game. Gwen had a good first half and attacked early. She had eight of her 15 points in the first half,” said PHS head coach Brad Shutter.

“Defensively, we were good. Holding them to 31 points is big.

“Offensively, we have played better but Kewaskum is a pretty good defensive team. We dominated on the boards and had 20 offensive boards which helps a lot,” Shutter noted.

Lexi Lautenschlaeger and Streblow paced PHS in rebounds with six each. Lydia Rhude had a teamhigh three assists. Streblow led in steals with three.

“Gwen had a good game. She lead us in scoring, rebounds and steals. I thought Megan Goeser did a good job, being this her first game back,” said Shutter.

Goeser, a 6-foot junor center,

_ sustained an ankle injury before the season began which kept her sidelined.


The PHS JV raised its ECC record to 3-1 (7-1 overall) with a 66- 17 romp. Jess Leieder exploded for 26 points to key the Panthers’ attack. Hanna Goeser contributed 10 points for PHS.

“Our defense played very well and forced 35 turnovers,” said PHS coach Mike Gumm.

Leider and Gabi Mella paced PHS in rebounds with seven each. Mella had a team-high five assists. Leider led in steals with six.

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