Robinson’s late goal gives Panthers win

PLYMOUTH – Sophomore forward Sydney Robinson’s goal with about 10 minutes left gave the Plymouth Panthers a 3-2 win over Kettle Moraine Lutheran (Jackson) in a tightly contested girls soccer match Tuesday afternoon at Panther Field.

Kalei Hering had the assist on Robinson’s goal. The Panthers upped their East Central Conference record to 3-0 (3-3 overall).

Junior midfielder Emily Majerus scored the Panthers’ other two goals (both unassisted) in the 17th and 33rd minutes which gave PHS a 2-1 halftime lead.

The Chargers led 1-0 on a penalty kick by Taylor Brazell in the 15th minute. KML’s other goal was scored by Mary Falck in the 67th minute which knotted the game, 2-2.

“It was a fun game to be a part of. Both teams played hard and we were able to come out on top. That always feels good,” said PHS head coach Brad Feick.

“Defensively, I was impressed with how we played. Brooklin Willloughby went alongside Kaylee Koenig to form a challenging center-back duo. Their ability to pressure and recover was outstanding.”

The Chargers had a 10-8 edge in shots on goal. PHS goalies Taylor Heyrman and Sam Meyer combined for eight saves. KML goalie Kelsey Knuth made four saves.

“Taylor and Sam both played very well in goal. They each made game-winning saves to solidify the win,” said Feick.


The PHS JV improved to 4-1 with a 3-1 victory. Carly Lilek, Kaitlyn Luedtke and Savannah Wiese kicked one goal each for the Panthers.

PHS goalie Klarice made eight saves.

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