Panthers stay undefeated in ECC play

KEWASKUM – Plymouth stayed unbeaten in East Central Conference girls soccer action with a 2-1 win over Kewaskum here Tuesday afternoon.

The Panthers improved their ECC-leading record to 6-0-1 (7-3-1 overall).

PHS took a 2-0 halftime lead on a goal by Sydney Robinson, followed by a penalty kick from Kaylee Koenig. Nuria Cervera assisted on Robinson’s goal.

The Indians scored in the 57th minute on an own goal when the ball deflected off a PHS defender and into the net. Jeray Riffel was credited with the goal for Kewaskum.

PHS goalies Taylor Heyrman and Sam Meyer combined for five saves. Indian goalkeeper Courtney Aker made 14. The Panthers had a 16-6 edge in shots on goal.

“We’ll always take a win on an opponent’s field. We were able to generate quite a few scoring opportunities but efficiency is something that we need to continue to work on,” said PHS head coach Brad Feick.

“Our outside midfielders did a nice job attacking the goal line. That was one of our points of emphasis.

The players showed commitment to getting deep into Kewaskum’s attacking third. Now we need to make the passes to players, not just an area,” said Feick.

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