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PILGRIM JV BASEBALL OPENS SEASON WITH WIN

The JV Plymouth Pilgrims baseball team got their 2016 season off to a good start defeating Rochester 11-1 Tuesday night. Jesus Luva earned the victory on the mound for the Pilgrims throwing five innings of one-hit baseball.  He also struck out 13 Zebra hitters. Luva also lead the Pilgrim 12 hit attack at the plate

SOFTBALL OPENS SEASON TODAY

The Plymouth softball team will open their 2016 season tonight as they host the Mishawaka Lady Cavemen.  Game time is set for 5:00.  The varsity and junior varsity teams will both be in action.  Saturday the girls will host LaPorte.

KARA MORWOOD HEADED TO SAINT FRANCIS FOR SOCCER

Kara Morwood, a member of the 2016 Class of Plymouth High School, has decided to continue her education and soccer career at the University of St. Francis.  St. Francis is located in Fort Wayne.  Kara plans on majoring in Business Administration and Finance. Kara is the daughter of Dave and Kandis Morwood.  As a member

COLIN CALVERT TO THE UNIVERSITY OF ST. FRANCIS

Colin Calvert, a member of the 2016 Class of Plymouth High School, had decided to continue his education and soccer career at the University of St. Francis.  St. Francis is located in Fort Wayne.  Colin plans on majoring in Business. Colin is the son of William Calvert and Gwen Calvert.  As a member of the

Softball Scrimmage Change

Because of the predicted rain for Thursday, we have changed the varsity softball scrimmage vs Culver from Thursday, 3/24/16 to WEDNESDAY, 3/23/16 (tomorrow) @ Centennial Park starting at 5:00.

TRACK TEAMS COMPETE INDOORS AT IWU

Both the boys and girls track teams competed at the indoor track facility on the campus of Indiana Wesleyen University Saturday.  No team scores were kept but individual results were published. Nicole Horvath finished 1st in the shot put.  Teammate Cece Robinson finished 5th in the same event.  Tailor Smerkanich finished 2nd in the pole

PILGRIM SPRING SPORTS UNDERWAY

The Plymouth Pilgrim spring sports are all up and running near the end of the second week of March.  The weather has been cooperating, and individuals have been able to get outside in the element and get some much needed workouts.  Softball and their first official practice was Monday.  The other spring sports have their

BOYS/GIRLS TRACK TEAMS COMPETE INDOORS AT CMA

The PHS boy’s and girl’s track teams traveled to Culver Friday evening to compete in the CMA Indoor Meet.  The boys finished in fourth place out of five teams with a score of 49.  The girls finished in first place out of five teams with a score of 144. On the boy’s side, Luke Walters

PILGRIM SEASON ENDS; LOSE SECTIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME TO SB RILEY

The Plymouth Pilgrims fought hard to the end but came up short against South Bend Riley Saturday night at The Rock 60-54.  The loss ends the season for the Pilgrims at 16-9. A huge dominantly red-clad crowd at The Rock was delighted as the Pilgrims started strong on the night leading Riley 12-8 at the

PILGRIMS ADVANCE TO SECTIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP

In spite of only hitting 7-21 from the free throw line, the Plymouth Pilgrims did plenty of other positive things to defeat the South Bend Washington Panthers 53-46 at The Rock Friday night.  The Pilgrims will face the South Bend Riley Wildcats Saturday night in the championship game.  Tip-off is set for 7:30. One positive