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LADY PILGRIMS TRAVEL TO VALPO SATURDAY

The Plymouth Lady Pilgrims traveled through the snow and cold Saturday to Valparaiso.  They came home with their first defeat of the season 54-38. The Pilgrims came out hot scoring the first nine points of the game.  They lead 12-7 at the end of quarter number in spite of 10 turnovers that limited their scoring

ROCKIE WRESTLERS WIN FOUR SATURDAY!!

The Plymouth Rockie wrestlers opened their season Saturday at CMA.  The Rockies swept their opponents.  They defeated Tippy Valley 75-6, CMA, 48-33, SB Adams 52-26, and Knox 60-24. The Rockies had eight wrestlers undeafeted on the day.  They include 132 Cody Allmon (4-0), 138 Collin Meister (4-0), 152 Bodie Neidig (4-0), 182 Jeremy Splix (4-0),

PILGRIM LADY SWIMMERS OPEN SEASON AT BREMEN

The Plymouth Lady swimmers opened their season Thursday night at Bremen.  In spite of their 21 girl strong team, the Pilgrims fell to Bremen 91-82. Lauren Wiegand won the 50 meter freestyle.  Jessica Drury won the 200 meter IM.  McKenzie Scheetz won the 100 meter freestyle.  Scheetz, Drury, Emily Cochern, and Devin Gritton were part

PILGRIM BOY’S BASKETBALL PREVIEW SATURDAY NIGHT

You get your chance to preview the Plymouth Pilgrim boy’s basketball team Saturday evening at The Rock.  They will scrimmage the Munster Mustangs starting at 6:00.  Admission will be $4.00.  This is the second year in a row the Pilgrims have scrimmaged the Mustangs.  Over the last 10 years, Munster has the top winning percentage

LADY PILGRIMS ENTERTAIN TROJANS AT THE ROCK TONIGHT – JEFFERSON SCHOOL NIGHT

The Plymouth Lady Pilgrims will put their 3-0 record on the line tonight when they face the Triton Trojans tonight at The Rock.  The girls have defeated New Prairie (61-32), Peru (51-23), and Laville (29-20). Triton comes into tonight’s game with a record of 0-4.  They have lost to Glenn, South Central, Argos, and Bremen. 

4TH GRADE BOY’S BASKETBALL TOURNEY RESULTS

Head Boy’s Basketball Coach Ryan Bales just completed his 4th Grade City Championship tourney.  The tourney was held at Menominee School. St. Michael’s Crusaders won the “A” Team portion of the tourney.  They defeated the Webster Warriors in the championship game.  St. Michael’s got off to a great start in the game with unselfish play

LADY PILGRIMS WIN OVER LAVILLE

The Pilgrim basketball team traveled to Lapaz Tuesday night to take on the Laville Lancers.  The Pilgrims came home victors 29-20 moving their record to 3-0 on the year. The victory was a struggle all night long as both teams extended their defenses causing their opponent numerous turnovers.  The Pilgrims ended up with 17 turnovers

NLC FOOTBALL NAMES ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM

The Northern Lakes Conference has announced its All-Conference football team for 2015.  The announcement was made by Football Chairperson Dave Preheim, AD at Concord High School. Rockies honored with a first team nomination include Jack Barron, Cam Eveland, Matt Friar, Trenton Garza, Brandt Peters, and Jeremy Splix. Honorable Mention nominees include Terrance Hooten, Jake Stayton,

GIRL’S BASKETBALL TRAVELS TO LAVILLE TUESDAY

The Pilgrim JV/V Girl’s basketball teams will be traveling to Laville Tuesday night to match-up against the Lancers.  JV tip-off is set for 6:15 PM at Dale Cox Gymnasium. The Lancers are coached by former Plymouth Assistant Coach Corey Duncan.  Laville comes into the contest with an 0-3 record.  The have lost to Jimtown, Bremen,

PHS WINTER SPORT INTRODUCTIONS TONIGHT

The Plymouth High School Athletic Department will unveil their winter sport teams tonight in the PHS Auditorium.  This event will begin at 6:00 PM.  The swim teams, the basketball teams, the wrestling team, and winter cheerleaders will be introduced this evening.  The gymnastics team does not start practice until next week. PHS Athletic Director Roy