Singles sweep lifts Panthers over Tigers


ERIC REINEMANN of Howards Grove/Elkhart Lake attacks the net in No. 1 doubles play against Plymouth at Tuesday’s tennis dual. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley ERIC REINEMANN of Howards Grove/Elkhart Lake attacks the net in No. 1 doubles play against Plymouth at Tuesday’s tennis dual. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley PLYMOUTH – The Plymouth Panthers swept the singles matches to key a 5-2 dual win over Howards Grove/Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah in Eastern Wisconsin Conference action here Tuesday afternoon.

The Panthers improved to 3-3 in EWC duals and the Tigers dropped to 0-5.

Plymouth’s singles winners were Gavin Binversie at No. 1; Cedric Schamberger, No. 2; Joey Osieczanek, No. 3; and Joey Sebranek, No. 4.

The Tigers won two of the three doubles matches. At No. 1, Keegan Rhynas and Eric Reinemann were victorious, and Caleb Holzman and Travis Eilers combined for a win at No. 2.

PHS won the No. 3 doubles match with Mason Dale and Tay- lor Hau.

“A real nice victory for us. We swept the singles side with all four players playing exceptionally well,” said PHS head coach Scott Milslagle.


GAVIN BINVERSIE of Plymouth follows through on a shot against Howards Grove/Elkhart Lake’s Chase Williams in Tuesday’s tennis dual. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley GAVIN BINVERSIE of Plymouth follows through on a shot against Howards Grove/Elkhart Lake’s Chase Williams in Tuesday’s tennis dual. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley “Gavin at No. 1 wasn’t feeling well and still managed to play hard and win quickly in straight sets. Joey Sebranek at No. 4 is really starting to play well and his confidence level is increasing with each match.

“Drew [Schmitt] and Riley [Josephs] played a very good match at No. 1 doubles even though the score would not indicate as such. Their ground strokes were on point, their net play was consistent and they limited their unforced errors,” said Milslagle.

“Mason Dale and Taylor Hau at No. 3 doubles are quickly becoming a real threat and the more they play together the better the communication between them and the better the outcome of each match,” said the Panther coach.

“I was very happy with the level of play of No. 2 singles [Brandon Kushnier],” said Tiger head coach Elizabeth Hill.

“I thought that Brandon pushed through his match with everything he had. After being down a set and down a break in the second set he battled back to win the second set to bring the match to a third. He may not have won the match but he played hard.”

Schamberger outlasted Kushnier 6-4, 5-7, 6-3.

HG-RIPON MEET

In EWC dual play May 4, the Tigers lost at Ripon, 4-3.

The Tigers’ victors included: Kilian Poetter at No. 4 singles; Reinemann and Rhynas, No. 1 doubles; and Maverick Moore and Ally Wasmer, No. 3 doubles.


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