Panthers net fifth consecutive EWC dual


ELLIE POTRYKUS of Plymouth hits a baseline shot in the No. 2 doubles match versus Kiel in Thursday’s tennis meet. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley ELLIE POTRYKUS of Plymouth hits a baseline shot in the No. 2 doubles match versus Kiel in Thursday’s tennis meet. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley PLYMOUTH – The Plymouth Panthers swept the doubles matches to key a 5-2 win over Kiel in a girls tennis dual meet here Thursday afternoon.

The victory was the fifth straight for PHS in Eastern Wisconsin Conference play and improved the Panthers’ EWC dual record to 5-1.

“Our doubles teams really played well, as they have all season for us, with all three teams winning in straight sets,” said PHS head coach Scott Milslagle.

“I really like where our team is right now as far as how they come into their matches and their attitudes and work ethic. We could really surprise some people in the postseason if we continue to play like we have been these past couple weeks.

“Amanda Krueger has really been playing well at No. 2 [singles] lately and I am very encouraged by her progress this season. As one of our captains she has really taken the leadership role seriously and is playing like it on the court,” said Milslagle.


SAVANNAH WIESE of Plymouth keeps the ball in play in the No. 2 doubles match versus Kiel in Thursday’s tennis meet. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley SAVANNAH WIESE of Plymouth keeps the ball in play in the No. 2 doubles match versus Kiel in Thursday’s tennis meet. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley Krueger, a senior, won, 6-0, 6-0.



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