Panthers cruise, earn second in EWC


ASHLEY BATZNER, Plymouth’s No. 3 singles player, focuses on hitting the ball back to her Two Rivers opponent in Tuesday’s tennis meet. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley ASHLEY BATZNER, Plymouth’s No. 3 singles player, focuses on hitting the ball back to her Two Rivers opponent in Tuesday’s tennis meet. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley The Plymouth Panthers climaxed an outstanding Eastern Wisconsin Conference girls tennis season with a 6-1 win over Two Rivers Tuesday afternoon at the PHS courts.

PHS finished runner-up in the EWC dual standings for the second straight year – chalking up 8-1 records both seasons. The Panthers won eight straight duals in league play after a 5-2 loss to Kohler in their EWC opener.

Kohler successfully defended its league title as it finished 9-0 for the second consecutive year.

“The team has really come together after a really tough early schedule and played their best tennis down the stretch. This is a very strong, deep team with no weak spots in the lineup which is why we have been successful,” said Panther head coach Scott Milslagle.

PHS junior Ashley Batzner finished 9-0 in the EWC at No. 3 singles for the second straight season after she won her match Tuesday.

“It is really quite remarkable how well Ashley has played these past two seasons and to go two seasons undefeated at the varsity level is a tremendous feat and I am very proud of her,” said Milslagle.

Plymouth’s No. 3 doubles team of Catherine Williamson and Hannah Stucke won by forfeit against Two Rivers which gave them an undefeated EWC season.

The Panthers’ next meet will be the Division 1 subsectional Tuesday at West Bend East.

KEWASKUM MEET

In EWC dual play Sept. 21, the visiting Panthers rolled to a 7-0 victory over Kewaskum.

Plymouth’s singles winners were Alayna Wildman at No. 1; Amanda Krueger, No. 2; Batzner, No. 3; and Katie Benedict, No. 4.

The Panthers’ doubles victors were Kayla Prahl and Kaylee Woelfel at No. 1; Ellie Potrykus and Savannah Wiese, No. 2; and Williamson and Stucke, No. 3.

In JV action, the Panthers’ winners versus Kewaskum were Elizabeth Krueger in singles; and the doubles teams of Katie Pocian and Kate Harpstead, and Cammi Nicolaus and Kennedy Arbuckle.


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