Panthers breeze to EWC triangular win

PLYMOUTH – The Plymouth Panthers won seven of the 12 events as they stayed unbeaten in Eastern Wisconsin Conference girls swimming and diving with a triangular win Thursday night at the Mike Slagle Aquatic Center.

PHS scored 145 points, followed by Kiel/Elkhart Lake- Glenbeulah with 105 and Two Rivers/Manitowoc Roncalli, 64.

The Panthers improved their EWC dual record to 4-0 (5-1 overall). A triangular counts as two duals.

“It felt good to swim at home and get a win. We switched up some regular events tonight to get a different look,” said Panther head coach Dave Coley.

“Keeley Kuru took [first in] the 200-yard freestyle and Morgen Frausto took [first in] the 500 free. Jennifer Novotny had a great race in the 100 breaststroke and took second. Katy Coley won the 100 butterfly and the relay teams were terrific.”

“Second-year junior diver Danielle Tesky led the way with a great performance,” said PHS diving coach Greg Heberlein.

“She has stepped up since Sydney Kalk injured her right knee. Sydney will be out for a while.”

Tesky won the diving event with a score of 186.45 points for six dives.

“First-year sophomore diver Isabella McCabe was second with one of her best outings,” said Heberlein.

Peyton Radloff, an EL-G student, swam on Kiel/EL-G’s second place 200 medley and 200 freestyle relay teams.

PHS won the junior varsity meet with 170 points, followed by Kiel/El-G with 34 and TR/ Roncalli, 23.

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