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SWIMMERS FACE OFF AGAINST NORTHWOOD

The Plymouth swim teams traveled to Nappanee Tuesday night for an NLC meet against Northwood.  The boys picked up their first win of the year knocking off the Panthers 113-71 while the girls tied Northwood 93-93. Kirk Hettich and Daniel Stauffer were the top performers on the boy’s side with each picking up four 1st

BOYS BASKETBALL TOPS WINAMAC

The Plymouth Pilgrim Basketball team hosted the Winamac Warriors Tuesday night at The Rock.  It was the first time these two teams had played one another since the 1949-1950 season.  The Pilgrims took down the Warriors 47-33. The only time the Pilgrims trailed Tuesday night was the start of the game 2-0.  A Garrett Tharp

9TH GIRLS BASKETBALL TOPS NORTHRIDGE

The freshmen girl’s basketball team kept their record perfect Monday night.  The Lady Pilgrims defeated Northridge 44-15.  The win moves their NLC record to 3-0 and they are 7-0 overall. Tough defense held Northridge to only eight points in the opening half.  Olivia Horvath lead all scorers with 14 points.  She was followed by Tallulah

PILGRIM SWIMMERS PARTICIPATE IN CMA/CGA RELAYS

The Plymouth swim teams participated in the Culver Academy Swim Relays this past Saturday.  Six teams on the girls and boys side each competed. The girls finished in 3rd place behind CGA and Bremen scoring 68 points.  The boys finished in 4th place behind CMA, Bremen, and Tippy Valley scoring 56 points. PHS Women Swim

FRESHMEN BOY’S BASKETBALL WINS NLC CONTEST

The Pilgrim freshmen basketball team hosted Northridge Monday night at The Rock.  The Pilgrims came out on top 36-29 in a game in which they lead throughout the contest. The Pilgrims got off to a quick start leading 10-4 after one quarter.  Ivan Winkle lead the Pilgrim attack with 14 points.  Also hitting double figures

ATHLETIC SPORTSMANSHIP AT PLYMOUTH HIGH SCHOOL

Athletic Sportsmanship has been a hot topic with the IHSAA and Plymouth High School for the last several years.  This was prompted by several unsportsmanlike acts in several IHSAA contests.  Coaches, players, fans, and school administrators have all been guilty of these acts of aggression and emotion. In the last four years, the IHSAA has

PILGRIMS, WARRIORS RENEW OLD BASKETBALL RIVALRY

The Plymouth Pilgrims will be facing an opponent they have not faced since the 1949-1950 season Tuesday night at The Rock.  The Winamac Warriors will be visiting Plymouth for the first time in 67 years!  At that time, Winamac’s nickname was the Indians but they changed that to Warriors back in 1968 when they started

LADY PILGRIMS WIN FIRST NLC GAME

The Plymouth Lady Pilgrim Basketball team took down Goshen in their NLC opener Saturday night at The Rock.  The final was 33-27. The game was evenly matched and low scoring throughout the contest.  Goshen took a 14-13 lead into the locker room at halftime.  The Pilgrims made some offensive adjustments at halftime, and came out

ROCKIE WRESTLING HOSTS PLYMOUTH CLASSIC

The Plymouth Rockie Wrestling team hosted their 36th Annual Classic Saturday at The Rock.  Eight teams competed for the championship with Mishawaka winning the tournament. The Rockies finished 3-2 on the day.  In their first match of the day, the Rockies lost an NLC match to Goshen 39-33.  In their second match, they lost to

PILGRIMS FALL TO SOUTH BEND ADAMS

The Pilgrims hosted the South Bend Adams Eagles Friday night at The Rock.  The Pilgrims fell 63-53. The game was tightly contest through three quarters as the Pilgrims trailed 46-42.  But a fourth quarter that saw the Pilgrims falter greatly resulted in the 10 point loss.  The Pilgrims were outrebounded in the contest 37-16. Senior