2010, 11:15 p.m.
The best one-loss Division 1 girls soccer team in the state that is not ranked continued to give opponents fits Monday night.
Plymouth, which has yielded just three goals all season, white-washed visiting Ann Arbor Greenhills, 1-0, to improve to 8-1-4.
The Wildcats honored its four seniors before the game: four-year varsity players Katie Krajewski, Jessica Heck and Meeghan Hughes; and two-year varsity performer Carley McQuiston, who suffered a season-ending leg injury two weeks ago.
"These girls and their parents have meant so much to our program," said Plymouth coach Jeff Neschich. "The three four-year players have had great careers, and Carley was playing so well before she got hurt..."
Thanks to some lock-down defense and a solid advantage in time of possession, the Wildcats did not yield a Greenhills shot on goal.
"We did a good job of controlling the ball tonight," said Neschich. "We just couldn't finish. It's been tough in the final third with all the injuries we've had, but the girls are playing hard and playing well."
The game's lone goal came mid-way through the second half when Megan Peplinski scored off a give-and-go play with Stephanie Dillon.
"It was a real nice goal," Nescich said. "Megan was about 10 to 12 yards out and she put it in the lower-left corner."