Panthers breeze in regional semifinals


SYDNEY ROBINSON of Plymouth attempts a shot in Thursday’s regional soccer match against Berlin. The Indians’ Alyssa Johnson watches. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley SYDNEY ROBINSON of Plymouth attempts a shot in Thursday’s regional soccer match against Berlin. The Indians’ Alyssa Johnson watches. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley PLYMOUTH – Sydney Robinson and Carly Lilek scored three goals each to propel the Plymouth Panthers to a 10-0 rout over Berlin in a Division 3 girls regional soccer semifinal match here Thursday evening.

The No. 1-seeded Panthers, who had a first-round bye, hiked their record to 16-3-2 and stretched their winning streak to three. The No. 16-seeded Indians, who lost to PHS twice during the East Central Conference season, finished 2-20.

PHS bolted to a 4-0 lead only 12 minutes into the match. Robinson scored two goals and Kaylee Koenig and Lilek had one each during the spurt. The Panthers mounted a 7-0 halftime lead.

Scoring one goal each were Jayda Martell, Skyler Gosse and Taylor Heyrman. Koenig had a team-high two assists and Ellie Welsch, Robinson, Heyrman and Lilek contributed one each.


SARAH MORRIS (13) of Plymouth tries to keep possession against Berlin’s Charlie Hutchison in Thursday’s regional soccer match – Review photo by Greg Ceilley SARAH MORRIS (13) of Plymouth tries to keep possession against Berlin’s Charlie Hutchison in Thursday’s regional soccer match – Review photo by Greg Ceilley The Panthers held a whopping 21-1 edge in shots on goal. PHS goalie Sam Meyer made one save. Berlin goalies Shelby Williams and Stephanie Tetzke combined for 11 saves.

“We had success earlier in the season against Berlin and knew that we needed to come out aggressively and efficiently to knock them out of the game early. We held possession well and generated many scoring opportunities,” said Panther head coach Brad Feick whose team was ranked No. 6 in the Wisconsin Soccer Coaches Association Division 3 poll last week.

“We challenged ourselves to play quickly regardless of pressure. We converted our scoring chances and were able to pull ahead.

“I liked our energy, especially the aggressiveness to attack early. Our wings did a very nice job making horizontal runs behind their back line and our midfielders saw the runs developing,” said Feick.


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