Panthers impressive in win over Falls


CONNOR JOSEPH of Plymouth tries to dribble past Sheboygan Falls’ Vincent Lee in Thursday’s soccer match. – Review photo by Steve Ottman CONNOR JOSEPH of Plymouth tries to dribble past Sheboygan Falls’ Vincent Lee in Thursday’s soccer match. – Review photo by Steve Ottman The Plymouth Panthers dominated play as they rolled to a 4-0 boys soccer win on the road over county arch-rival Sheboygan Falls Thursday afternoon.

The nonconference win upped the Panthers’ record to 2-0. PHS held a whopping 30-7 advantage in shots on goal.

“I’m happy with the win. We created many opportuni- ties to score during the whole game,” said Panther head coach Rommy Herrera.

“We controlled the ball as well and the opportunities to score. Falls played a good game, defensively, especially the first half stoping all our attacks. However, the second half we were able to find more space a score.”

PHS scored three goals in the second half to break the match open. Clayton Lautenschlaeger scored the first goal of the second half, followed in order by Ian Thiesenhusen and Eric Preissner.

Garrison Pierce’s goal gave PHS a 1-0 halftime lead. Anthony Vargas led the Panthers in assists with two and Nathan Francis and Preissner had one each.

PHS goalie Gabe Thull made seven saves and Falcon goalkeeper Jacob Krueger had 26.

“Their goalie Jacob Krueger had a great night making really important saves. He is a very good goalie,” Herrera said.

W. BEND WEST MATCH

The Panthers opened their season Aug. 22 with a 2-0 victory at West Bend West in a nonconference game.

Vargas, a junior midfielder, scored both goals – one in each half. Keegan Gafney and Logan Kulow made one assist each.

PHS led 14-7 in shots on goal. Thull had seven saves.

“I couldn’t ask for a better way to start the season. The players were excited and played very well,” said Herrera.

“We made good runs and connected good passes during the whole game. We controlled the ball and opportunities to score.

“In the last 15 minutes West Bend West started to create some opportunities to score but we were able to stop them, defensively,” said the coach.


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