The Polytech Panthers soccer team broke a four-game winless streak with an impressive 1-0 victory over the Sussex Tech Ravens on Thursday afternoon.
Polytech’s Jack Kitching tallied the loan goal of the game at the 29 minute mark of the first half.
The Panthers were victorious on Thursday despite getting out-shot 11-5 by the Ravens, and out-numbering in corner kicks 5-1.
Polytech freshmen goalkeeper Griffin Ott was magnificent for the Panthers, making 11 saves in the victory.
After an up-and-down season, the Panthers are looking for some consistency with four games remaining in the season. Head Coach Ray Ott believes his team will finish the season strong, simply because they’ve gotten past some injuries to key players.
“We are finally all healthy,” said Ott. “The boys are excited to show what they are capable of and our goal is to play as a team and support each other in getting better.”
The Panthers are back in action on Thursday when they face a very tough Dover Senators team at home, game-time 6:00 p.m.