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FORMER PILGRIM BASEBALL PLAYER DUSTIN HATFIELD

On September 21, 2017, the Plymouth Baseball Family lost one of its former players.  1999 PHS graduate Dustin Hatfield passed away at his home in Salem, IN. Dustin played outfield for a Pilgrim team that went 27-7.  The 1999 Pilgrims won the NLC and the IHSAA Sectional and Regional that year. Last week Dustin was

PILGRIM BASEBALL FINISHES REGULAR SEASON

The Plymouth Pilgrim Baseball team finished their regular season Monday night at Bill Nixon Field by hosting the Knox Redskins.  The Pilgrims finished on top 10-3. The Pilgrims were trailing 1-0 in the bottom of the 3rd inning when senior Benji Nixon lined a two run single to right field.  The hit gave the Pilgrims

IHSAA SOFTBALL SECTIONAL POSTPONED TONIGHT

The Plymouth Pilgrim Softball team had their sectional game postponed tonight by inclement weather.  It has been rescheduled for tomorrow night at 7:00 vs LaPorte at the LaSalle Academy in South Bend.

PILGRIM BASEBALL SPLITS AT CROWN POINT

The Pilgrim Baseball team traveled to Crown Saturday to take on the Bulldogs and the McCutcheon Mavericks.  The Pilgrims took down the hosts 6-4 in Game 1 but fell to McCutcheon 4-3 in nine innings in Game 2. The Pilgrims fell behind 4-0 against Crown Point after two innings before rallying late.  The Pilgrims hit

PILGRIM GOLF COMPETES IN NLC CHAMPIONSHIP

The Pilgrim Golf team competed in the NLC Championship Saturday at Rozella Ford Golf Course in Warsaw.  The Pilgrims shot a 326 on the day tying Concord for 3rd place but dropped to 4th place because of the 5th man score. Chapman Yoder shot a career best 76.  Bryce Carmichael shot an 81 while Andrew

SOFTBALL FALLS IN FINAL CONTEST

The Lady Pilgrim Softball team concluded their regular season Friday at Culver Academy.  The Pilgrims lost 12-1. Josie Koontz started on the hill for the Pilgrims going the distance.  The Pilgrims only had three hits on the night.  Cassidy Holiday had a double.  Mia Wojcik scored the only run on a sacrifice fly by Jena

PILGRIM TENNIS WINS IHSAA SECTIONAL

The Pilgrim Tennis team had to delay their celebration by one day but they were still able to win their fourth consecutive tennis sectional and 33rd overall by taking down Bremen 5-0 Saturday at CGA.  The finals were rained out Friday and moved indoors to CGA on Saturday. Winning for the Pilgrims at singles were

MEN’S TRACK/FIELD TAKE SECTIONAL CROWN

The Plymouth Men’s Track team had a beautiful night to perform Thursday night at The Rockpile.  The results were just as beautiful as the Pilgrims won the meet scoring 145 points.  CMA finished second with 119 points. The top three finishers qualify for the IHSAA Regional next Thursday at Warsaw HS. 4 x 800 Meter

GOLF PLAYS NLC MATCH VS CONCORD

The Plymouth Golf team participated in a dual NLC match at Concord Thursday night.  They played at Bent Oak Golf Course.  The Pilgrims fell in varsity play 164-172. Leading the way once again was medalist Chapman Yoder with a 39.  Bryce Carmichael was close behind with a 40 while Andrew Himes shot a 45.  Owen

LADY PILGRIM TENNIS IN SECTIONAL FINALS!

The Lady Pilgrim Tennis team climbed their last step to reach the IHSAA Sectional Final Thursday evening at Bremen.  The girls defeated Laville 5-0.  They will now face Bremen tonight in the sectional championship. Winning singles matches were Cortni Cook, Kyla Heckaman, and Meghan Caine.  Winning at doubles were McKenzie Scheetz/Leah Smith and Mary Beatty/Audie