Panthers roll to third straight EWC win

fi Panthers win each match in straight sets


DREW KRABLEAN, Plymouth’s No. 1 singles player, attacks the net against Kewaunee’s Sam Ferren in Thursday’s tennis dual. Krablean won, 6-3, 6-2. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley DREW KRABLEAN, Plymouth’s No. 1 singles player, attacks the net against Kewaunee’s Sam Ferren in Thursday’s tennis dual. Krablean won, 6-3, 6-2. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley PLYMOUTH – The Plymouth Panthers continued their early-season dominance in Eastern Wisconsin Conference girls tennis action here Thursday afternoon with a 7-0 rout of Kewaunee.

PHS pushed its EWC dual record to 3-0. The Panthers have won two EWC matches by 7-0 scores and the other, 6-1.

The Panthers won every match versus Kewaunee in straight sets.

“Another great match [meet] to continue our good conference play,” said Panther head coach Scott Milslagle.

“With half of our No. 1 doubles team away on vacation, we had to scramble a bit to cover some spots.

“Captain Scarlet Simenz agreed to play singles for this match and played very well at No. 4, winning 6-0, 6-0,” said Milslagle.


KAYLA PRAHL of Plymouth keeps the ball in play in the No. 1 doubles match at Thursday’s tennis meet against Kewaunee. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley KAYLA PRAHL of Plymouth keeps the ball in play in the No. 1 doubles match at Thursday’s tennis meet against Kewaunee. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley Simenz usually plays No. 1 doubles with Cassdandra Nicholson who was absent Thursday.

“Drew continued her solid play at No. 1 by not making unforced errors, and hitting consistent, deep ground strokes and forcing her opponent into long rallies and making her make the mistake,” Milslagle pointed out.

“Sam Meyer, in her first varsity match of the season, paired with our usual No. 4 singles player Lexi Schaub at No. 3 doubles and they looked like have played together for years, winning handily 6-0, 6-0.”

“We have had a great start to the season and the girls are really starting to gel together as a team and it is fun to watch.

“They all play with such spirit that sometimes you lose track of how skilled they are as tennis players.

“We have a long way to go in the season but starting out this strong gives us the confidence that we need to know what we are capable of as a team.”


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