Panthers shut down Slinger

PLYMOUTH – Defense was again the catalyst for the Plymouth Panthers as they rolled past Slinger, 40- 26, in nonconference girls basketball Tuesday at the PHS gym.

PHS, 8-3, held the Owls to only 26-percent field-goal shooting and used a full-court press and half-court trap to forced 22 turnovers. Plymouth outscored Slinger 10-2 in the second quarter to mount a 23-8 halftime edge.

“Defensively, we did a great job the whole night,” said Panther head coach Brad Shutter.

“This is a good nonconference win.”

The Owls dropped to 8-3 overall.

Senior guard Kaitlyn Hoffmann led PHS in scoring with 16 points to go with two steals. Senior guardforward Ali Thompson contributed a team-high four steals and was second in scoring at nine.

Senior center Chrissy Perl paced PHS rebounders with eight.

“Ali had a great all-around game. She played very hard,” Shutter observed.

“Kaitlyn had a very good overall game. Chrissy did a very good job on the boards.”

GIRLS
BASKETBALL
SLINGER 26
PLYMOUTH 40

Score by Quarters
Slinger...…………………..6 2 99–26
Plymouth………………..13 10 14 3 – 40
Slinger scoring: Andrea Held 14, Becca Merk 2, Jennifer Milosch 4, Ashley Freeman 6.
Plymouth scoring: Kaitlyn Hoffmann 16, Amanda Gumm 5, Ali Thompson 9, Rachael Cecka 4, Marissa Grapentine 3,
Rachel Holzhaeuser 3.
Three-point goals: Held 1, Gumm 1, Thompson 1.
Field goals: Slinger 10-39, 26%; Plymouth 15-34, 44%. Free throws: Slinger 5-9, 56%; Plymouth 8-16, 50%.
___________________________ Rebounds: Slinger 12, Plymouth 21 Turnovers: Slinger 22, Plymouth 27.








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