Panthers win ECC quadrangulars


CECE HUHN of Plymouth clears the bar in the high jump at Tuesday’s track meet at PHS. Huhn placed first. – Photo by Tyler Luedtke CECE HUHN of Plymouth clears the bar in the high jump at Tuesday’s track meet at PHS. Huhn placed first. – Photo by Tyler Luedtke PLYMOUTH – The Plymouth Panthers remained unbeaten in East Central Conference boys and girls track competition after winning the quadrangular meets here Tuesday.

Sophomore Gabi Mella was a triple-winner in leading the PHS girls who scored 94 points, followed by Kettle Moraine Lutheran (Jackson) with 71. Waupun placed third with 64 and Kewaskum was fourth at 42.

The Panthers scored 83.5 points in the boys meet. Kewaskum took second with 78, followed by Waupun with 63.5 and KML, 47.

Mella won the 100-meter dash in 14.01 seconds, the 200 race in 27.67 and the long jump with 14-6½.

Pacing the PHS boys were senior Jack Benedict and junior Jaxsen Schermacher who each won an individual event and also ran on the winning 800 relay. Benedict captured first in the 100 in 12.03 and Schermacher earned first in the pole vault with 12-6.


JAXSEN SCHERMACHER of Plymouth clears the bar in the pole vault in Tuesday’s track meet. Schermacher finished first. – Photo by Tyler Luedtke JAXSEN SCHERMACHER of Plymouth clears the bar in the pole vault in Tuesday’s track meet. Schermacher finished first. – Photo by Tyler Luedtke “We had some nice efforts out of both the boys and girls teams. We use the quadrangular meets to test out our veterans and give our young athletes a chance to shine a bit,” said Panther head coach Jay Grosshuech.

“Our sprinters had nice meets, both as individuals and relay teams. Jaxsen, Gabi and Cece were are field-event leaders. We need to keep improving to do well in the big meets that are coming up.”



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