Six-run outburst keys Panthers’ win


SAM KROEGER (2) of Ozaukee and Malayna McDaniel battle for the ball in Friday’s BEC soccer match. HGHS won, 2-1. – Photo by Terry Schaller SAM KROEGER (2) of Ozaukee and Malayna McDaniel battle for the ball in Friday’s BEC soccer match. HGHS won, 2-1. – Photo by Terry Schaller PLYMOUTH – A six-run explosion in the bottom of the fourth inning ignited the Plymouth Panthers over Berlin, 12-6, in East Central Conference softball action Tuesday afternoon at Gale Grahn Field.

The Panthers, who snapped a three-game losing streak, upped their ECC record to 3-6 (3-7 overall). The Indians fell to 1-7 in the league (7-9 overall).

The big fourth inning gave PHS a 6-1 lead. The key hit was Cassy Sippel’s two-run double.

Berlin pulled to within 8-6 after scoring four runs in the sixth. PHS answered with four in its half of the frame to build a 12-6 lead. Erica Helmer and Vanessa Ar- buckle had two RBIs each to spark the PHS outburst. Plymouth drew four walks in the sixth.

Sippel led PHS in RBIs with three, followed by Helmer and Arbuckle with two each. Sippel and Arbuckle had a team-high two hits each.


MORGAN WITTMAN (14) and Howards Grove teammate Brittany Schaller and Ozaukee’s Brooke Bares go after the ball in Friday’s BEC soccer match. – Photo by Terry Schaller MORGAN WITTMAN (14) and Howards Grove teammate Brittany Schaller and Ozaukee’s Brooke Bares go after the ball in Friday’s BEC soccer match. – Photo by Terry Schaller Helmer was the winning pitcher, going the distance. She allowed four earned runs on 10 hits with three walks and two strikeouts.

The losing hurler was Emily Vlachina who walked 13, hit a batter, fanned three and allowed nine hits in going the route.

JUNIOR VARSITY GAME

The Panthers rolled to a 20-6 JV win. Olivia Strutz and Logan Schreiber keyed the PHS bats with three hits and three RBIs each.

Sylvia Peters earned the win – recording eight whiffs and three walks. Arbuckle with two each. Sippel and Arbuckle had a team-high two hits each.

Helmer was the winning pitcher, going the distance. She allowed four earned runs on 10 hits with three walks and two strikeouts.


HANNAH BUCKO of Plymouth is tagged out by Berlin shortstop Fallon Goetsch while trying to steal second base in Tuesday’s softball game. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley HANNAH BUCKO of Plymouth is tagged out by Berlin shortstop Fallon Goetsch while trying to steal second base in Tuesday’s softball game. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley The losing hurler was Emily Vlachina who walked 13, hit a batter, fanned three and allowed nine hits in going the route.

JUNIOR VARSITY GAME

The Panthers rolled to a 20-6 JV win. Olivia Strutz and Logan Schreiber keyed the PHS bats with three hits and three RBIs each.

Sylvia Peters earned the win – recording eight whiffs and three walks.



CASSY SIPPEL, Plymouth shortstop, guns the ball to first to retire Berlin’s Jordyn Putzke on a grounder in Tuesday’s softball game. Looking on is pitcher Erica Helmer. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley CASSY SIPPEL, Plymouth shortstop, guns the ball to first to retire Berlin’s Jordyn Putzke on a grounder in Tuesday’s softball game. Looking on is pitcher Erica Helmer. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley

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