Panthers ‘serve’ up sweep in ECC dual


JESSICA SCHUMACHER of Plymouth attempts to set the ball as teammate Megan Goeser looks on in Thursday’s ECC volleyball match versus Kewaskum. – JESSICA SCHUMACHER of Plymouth attempts to set the ball as teammate Megan Goeser looks on in Thursday’s ECC volleyball match versus Kewaskum. – PLYMOUTH – Excellent serving keyed the Plymouth Panthers’ sweep over Kewaskum, 25-10, 25- 12, 25-22, in an East Central Conference girls volleyball match here Thursday night.

The win hiked the Panthers’ ECC dual record to 6-3.

PHS had an impressive 20 ace serves, led by Sophie Albert with an outstanding eight. Maggie Staehling and Emily Majerus contributed three aces each. The Panthers’ top servers were Jessica Leider with 11-for-11 and Cece Huhn, 8-for-8.

The Panthers’ attack was led by Albert with nine kills and Huhn, six. Plymouth’s other statistical leaders included: solo blocks – Megan Goeser three; digs – Majerus 14; assists – Staehling 15; and serve reception – Majerus 9-for-11.


SOPHIE ALBERT of Plymouth attempts to spike over Kewaskum’s Alexandria Durn in Thursday’s ECC volleyball match. Brooke Frederickson of PHS watches. – Photo by Roger Albert SOPHIE ALBERT of Plymouth attempts to spike over Kewaskum’s Alexandria Durn in Thursday’s ECC volleyball match. Brooke Frederickson of PHS watches. – Photo by Roger Albert “A great win for us to close out Homecoming Week for us. It has been a very full, very emotional week for all the girls and to be able to come out tonight like we did we impressive,” said PHS head coach Peggy Huhn.

“It really started with our serving. The girls were really serving locations well which completely took Kewaskum out of any offense.

“They just had a hard time getting in system to even attack at us. I think they can attack actually very well, we just did a good job of not letting them get in system with their passing and serve receive,” said Huhn.

“Both Sophie and Cece hit 75 percent again which always helps us. I thought Emma Grapentine and Megan Goeser also were very smart in the front row with their attacking as well as blocking.”



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