Panthers’ 10-game winning streak ends

CEDARBURG – The Plymouth Panthers’ 10-game winning streak was snapped as they fell to host Cedarburg, 8-6, in a nonconference baseball game Saturday afternoon.

PHS slipped to 23-6 while the Bulldogs improved to 11- 15.

Keagan McCarthy drove in four runs to spark the Bulldogs’ attack. McCarthy and Jackson Thompson had a team-high two hits each.

The Panthers’ offense was led by Taylor Struve, Cooper Gosse and Will Birkholz with two hits apiece. Sam Miller led in RBIs with two. Struve scored a team-high two runs.

“This was a good game. We missed a few more scoring opportunities early in the game while their pitching staff tried to find the strike zone,” said Panther head coach Butch Cain.

PHS drew seven walks.

“We give credit to the Bulldogs defense for making the plays they needed to in order to get them out of some jams.”

Ben Ebacher was the winning pitcher. Ebacher walked one and had no strikeouts in four innings.

Aiden Reilly was the Panthers’ starting hurler and went 3-1/3 innings. Reilly gave up seven runs (four earned) on six hits with one walk and two strikeouts.

“All of our pitchers from start to finish did a nice job competing and challenging in the strike zone,” said Cain.

“Unfortunately for us today a couple well-timed hits and a few breaks that we have been making for ourselves worked against us. These are things we can shore up. We believe we will going into the remainder of the season or regionals and beyond.”

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