The undermanned Panthers headed south to visit the Holland Christian Maroons, a side with only two losses on the year. On this overcast Saturday afternoon, HC was the better team, controlling play through much of the game. The Panther defense was stout and keeper Colton Griffin was solid in the net, but the Maroons put a lot of shots on frame. The Panthers’ best opportunities came off of set pieces, but they were unable to connect.
The Panthers travel to Grand Haven on Monday and to East Kentwood on Wednesday, then open tournament play against Jenison on October 15.