Panthers rally late to down Tritons


SOMMER STONEY, Plymouth shortstop, throws to third base to force Green Bay Notre Dame’s Emily Hawley (left) in Monday’s softball game. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley SOMMER STONEY, Plymouth shortstop, throws to third base to force Green Bay Notre Dame’s Emily Hawley (left) in Monday’s softball game. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley PLYMOUTH – The Plymouth Panthers rallied for three runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to edge Green Bay Notre Dame, 4-3, in a nonconference softball game Monday afternoon at Gale Grahn Field.

Sylvia Peters drove in Izzy Arbuckle with the winning run on a two-out single. The Panthers improved to 2-0 and the Tritons slipped to 0-1.

Maddy Straub started the rally for PHS with a one-out single. Straub moved to second base on a wild pitch and scored on Elsa Blad’s base hit.

Blad came home when the left fielder dropped Arbuckle’s fly ball for a two-base error which tied the game at 3-3. One out later, Peters delivered the game-winning hit.

“A great comeback win. We had been putting the ball in play all night but finally found some holes in the last inning, plus we took advantage of their only error,” said PHS head coach Gale Grahn.


KENNEDY ARBUCKLE of Plymouth belts a double in Monday’s softball game versus Green Bay Notre Dame. The Notre Dame catcher is Olivia Vandenelzen. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley KENNEDY ARBUCKLE of Plymouth belts a double in Monday’s softball game versus Green Bay Notre Dame. The Notre Dame catcher is Olivia Vandenelzen. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley “Sylvia came through with a clutch hit [in the seventh] but others got on base ahead of her.”

Peters upped her record to 2-0 with a complete-game vic- tory. The senior right-hander allowed three earned runs on five hits with two walks and two strikeouts.

“Sylvia pitched a solid game – allowing only seven runners all night. The defense played well,” said Grahn.

PHS infielders Izzy Arbuckle (third baseman), Sommer Stoney (shortstop) and Kayla Prahl and Kendra Stauss (both second basemen) combined for 15 assists.

Sommer Stoney, Jessica Leider and Kennedy Arbuckle accounted for Plymouth’s other hits with one each.

The losing pitcher was Jadyn Kulesa who went the distance. She gave up two earned runs on six hits with three walks and two strikeouts.

Gretchen Meier led the Tritons in hits with two.


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