Panthers stay unbeaten in conference race


GARRISON PIERCE (20) of Plymouth and Kewaskum’s Isaiah Cochran hustle after the ball in Thursday’s soccer match. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley GARRISON PIERCE (20) of Plymouth and Kewaskum’s Isaiah Cochran hustle after the ball in Thursday’s soccer match. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley PLYMOUTH – The Plymouth Panthers raised their firstplace East Central Conference boys soccer record to 7-0-1 (8- 1-1 overall) with a 4-0 win over Kewaskum here Thursday afternoon.

The shutout was the Panthers’ fourth straight and ran their winning streak to four. The Indians dropped to 0-8 in the ECC (3-11 overall).

“A good win today. We knew the importance of starting the second round [of ECC play] with a positive score and we did,” said PHS head coach Rommy Herrera.

“Kewaskum is a team that can defend really well and usually doesn’t open the field too much. We controlled the ball for most of the game as well as every opportunity to score.

“We were always patient and active, and once we found the space we finished,” said Herrera.


CONNOR JOSEPH of Plymouth takes a shot as Kewaskum’s Matthew Krautkramer closes in during Thursday’s soccer game. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley CONNOR JOSEPH of Plymouth takes a shot as Kewaskum’s Matthew Krautkramer closes in during Thursday’s soccer game. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley PHS took a 2-0 halftime lead on goals by Dylan Konen. Cole Bogenschutez and Mason Dale scored one goal each in the second half. Konen and Alex Kelly had one assist each.

The Panthers held a whopping 19-2 lead in shots on goal. PHS goalies Saunders Gentine and Gabe Thull made one save apiece. Kewaskum goalie Connor Enright had 10 saves.



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