Panthers stay unbeaten in EWC duals

KIEL – Plymouth upped its Eastern Wisconsin Conference girls dual tennis record to 2-0 with a 7-0 rout over host Kiel Tuesday afternoon.

The Panthers won six matches in straight sets. Amanda Krueger, Plymouth’s No. 2 singles player, bounced back from an 0-6 loss in the first set against Maggie Dickrell to win the match as she took the second set, 6-4, and then won the third, 10-6.

“A great match for our girls as every single girl played well and earned us points. Drew [Krablean] was extremely steady at No.1 singles – rarely making a mistake and beating a very tough No.1 [Emily Dreger],” said PHS head coach Scott Milslagle.

“Amanda had the match of the day. It was her first match since the Kohler Invite [on Aug. 15] and she had a little bit of rust early, losing 0-6 in the first set but quickly shook it off and came back with a vengeance winning the next two sets in a great match.

“For their first match at No. 1 doubles, Cassandra [Nicholson] and Scarlet [Simenz] played very well together and just keep growing as a doubles team,” said Milslagle.

“Savannah [Weise] and Ellie Potrykus] continued to play great tennis at No. 3 – winning easily in straight sets 6-0, 6-2.”

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