Panthers stay perfect with ECC victory


CONNOR MCMANUS (right) of Plymouth and a Waupun opponent scrap for the ball in Tuesday’s ECC soccer match. PHS won, 3-0. – Photo by Kristin Strehlow CONNOR MCMANUS (right) of Plymouth and a Waupun opponent scrap for the ball in Tuesday’s ECC soccer match. PHS won, 3-0. – Photo by Kristin Strehlow PLYMOUTH – The Plymouth Panthers stayed unbeaten this season with a 3-0 win over visiting Waupun in an East Central Conference boys soccer match Tuesday afternoon.

PHS improved to 2-0 in the ECC (3-0 overall).

“A good win today at home. I am proud of my team for work- ing hard to beat an uncomfortable team,” said Panther head coach Rommy Herrera.

“We knew that Waupun usually defends with a lot of players and today was no different. We had possession of the ball for most of the game as well as the opportunities to score.”

PHS took a 1-0 halftime lead when Clayton Lautenschlaeger scored with 1:52 left in the first half.

The Panthers added two goals in the second half – one by Alex Kelly at the 68:12 mark, followed by Mason Dale’s tally at 89:13.


GARRISON PIERCE (right) of Plymouth and a Waupun player battle for possession during Tuesday’s ECC soccer match. The Panthers’ Connor Joseph (22) looks on. – Photo by Kristin Strehlow GARRISON PIERCE (right) of Plymouth and a Waupun player battle for possession during Tuesday’s ECC soccer match. The Panthers’ Connor Joseph (22) looks on. – Photo by Kristin Strehlow Jacob Welsch and Cole Bogenschuetz contributed one assist each. The Panthers dominated on the attack – holding a 15-1 advantage in shots on goal.

PHS goalkeeper Saunders Gentine made one save and Warrior goalie Brett Roecker had 10.



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