Panthers cruise, stay perfect in EWC


KAYLEE WOELFEL of Plymouth, shown in a No. 1 doubles match Sept. 1 versus Kewaunee, combined with Kayla Prahl for a win at No. 2 doubles in last Tuesday’s tennis meet against Kewaskum. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley KAYLEE WOELFEL of Plymouth, shown in a No. 1 doubles match Sept. 1 versus Kewaunee, combined with Kayla Prahl for a win at No. 2 doubles in last Tuesday’s tennis meet against Kewaskum. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley PLYMOUTH – Plymouth remained unbeaten in Eastern Wisconsin Conference girls dual tennis action with a 7-0 drubbing of Kewaskum Tuesday afternoon at the PHS courts.

The Panthers, who won six matches in straight sets, raised their EWC record to 4-0.

“A big win for us to keep us undefeated in conference play and keep our momentum heading into a tough stretch of our schedule. The girls were pumped up for this meet because they beat us last season in some very competitive matches,” said Panther head coach Scott Milslagle.

“Drew [Krablean] continued on her hot streak, staying undefeated at No. 1 singles and playing a tremendous match against a real solid left-hander [Morgan Wenzlaff].

“Kaylee [Woelfel] and Kayla [Prahl] played perhaps their best match of the season so far in winning in straight sets 6-2, 6-3,” said Milslagle.

“Kaylee was playing with a sore knee that she hurt over the long weekend, so we had to keep an eye on her but she never showed any signs of weakness or pain and just kept plugging along as she always does – hitting winners and having fun.”

JUNIOR VARSITY

In JV play versus Kewaskum, the Panthers won four singles matches and three doubles. The singles winners were Sam Meyer, Katie Benedict, Katie Pocian and Emma Helmer.

Winning in doubles for PHS were Kate Williamson and Hannah Stucke, Julia Zahn and Megan Thiel, and Hannah Schaub and Skyler Gosse.

PHS competed in the Hartford JV Invitational Sept. 3. The Panthers were led by junior Sam Meyer who earned first place at No. 1 singles with a 3-0 record.

Plymouth’s other place-winners included: singles – Benedict, fourth at No. 3, and Pocian, fifth (consolation-bracket winner), No. 4; and doubles – Catherine Williamson and Stucke, second at No. 1; and Gosse and Katie Sember, third at No. 3.


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