Panthers keep on rolling in ECC

BERLIN – The Plymouth Panthers earned an impressive eighth shutout in East Central Conference girls soccer this season as they breezed past Berlin, 6-0, here Tuesday evening.

The Panthers, who have allowed only one goal in nine ECC matches, upped their league-leading record to 9-0 (10- 1-2 overall). Winneconne holds down second with a 7-1 mark.

“We possessed well, moving the ball from sideline to sideline. Defensively, we prevented Berlin from being able to establish any type of counter attack,” said Panther head coach Brad Feick.

“Our mids, wings and striker did a nice job moving between positions – something that we want to continue to develop.”

PHS mounted a 2-0 halftime lead on goals by Taylor Heyrman and Carly Lilek. Kaitlyn Luedtke assisted on Heyrman’s goal. Lilek’s goal was assisted by Skyler Gosse.

PHS exploded for four goals in the second half – one each by Gosse (assisted by Heyrman), Sydney Robinson (Heyrman assist), Kaylee Koenig (penalty kick) and Kersten Dewey (Tatum Eigenberger assist).

PHS dominated on offense with an 18-0 edge in shots on goal. Berlin goalie Shelby Williams made 11 saves.

“Our outside backs – Kaitlyn Heyrman, Sarah Morris, Brooke Frederickson, Hannah Stucke and Sam Meyer – did a nice job coming up aggressively making overlapping runs,” Feick noted.

“We moved our center mids around quite a bit today and I thought that Kaitlyn Luedtke, Lexi Lautenschlaeger, and Carly Lilek did a good job providing productive high quality minutes. They combined for quite a few 1-2 passes that helped set their teammates up for scoring opportunities.”

“I was pleased overall with our effort and commitment to possession and movement,” added the coach.

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