Panthers rally late to edge Falcons


VANESSA ARBUCKLE of Plymouth scores as Sheboygan Falls/Kohler catcher Erin Kisiolek awaits the throw from the third baseman in Monday’s softball game. Arbuckle had moved to third on a wild pitch and then raced home after an errant throw past third by Kisiolek. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley VANESSA ARBUCKLE of Plymouth scores as Sheboygan Falls/Kohler catcher Erin Kisiolek awaits the throw from the third baseman in Monday’s softball game. Arbuckle had moved to third on a wild pitch and then raced home after an errant throw past third by Kisiolek. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley PLYMOUTH – Jordyn Thomas ripped a two-out, tworun double in the bottom of the seventh inning to give the Plymouth Panthers a thrilling 7-6 softball win over Sheboygan Falls/ Kohler here Monday afternoon.

The nonconference victory upped the Panthers’ record to 1-2. The game was the Falcons’ season opener and was moved to the PHS field because it was in better condition than the Falcons’ diamond after much rain.

PHS trailed 6-5 going into the last of the seventh. Kendra Stauss led off the frame with a walk and was lifted for pinch runner Natassja Gustafson. After two flyouts Sommer Stoney walked. Thomas followed with her hit over the center fielder’s head.


SYLVIA PETERS of Plymouth winds up for a pitch to a Sheboygan Falls/Kohler batter in Monday’s softball game. Peters was the winning pitcher. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley SYLVIA PETERS of Plymouth winds up for a pitch to a Sheboygan Falls/Kohler batter in Monday’s softball game. Peters was the winning pitcher. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley “I’m very proud of their determination to come back. We also need to realize that we cannot keep giving teams unearned runs,” said Panther head coach Dawn Krebsbach.

“Jordyn had a very clutch hit.”

The Panthers, who have struggled on defense this season, committed five errors which led to four unearned runs by Falls.

The Falcons grabbed a 6-5 lead with an unearned run in the top of the seventh. McKenna Mauer reached first base on an error and moved to third on two passed balls. Bradlee Barger knocked in Mauer with a

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PHS, which trailed 2-0 after one-half inning, rallied to go up 5-2 keyed by a three-run fifth. Stauss, Jessica Leider and Stoney had one RBI each in the fifth.

Falls tallied three runs in the sixth to tie the game, 5-5.

Rain began to fall in the fifth inning which made it difficult for the pitchers to have control. Sylvia Peters notched the win with a two-hitter. She allowed two earned runs and seven walks while striking out five.

Caitlin Trumm took the loss and went the distance. Trumm surrendered six earned runs on six hits with six walks and five strikeouts.

Thomas, a senior outfielder, led PHS in RBIs with three. Leider, a senior outfielder, had a team-high two hits. Kayla Prahl contributed a triple.


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