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HALEY HARRELL RECEIVES CATO SCHOLARSHIP

Pictured here is Haley Harrell, her brother and sister, and Lou Holtz.  Coach Holtz was the featured speaker at the Brady Sports Achievement Awards in Indianapolis Thursday night. Haley received the Eugene Cato Memorial Scholarship along with 12 other seniors from around Indiana.  The PHS Athletic Department would like to congratulate Haley and her family

9TH BASEBALL POSTPONED TONIGHT

The 9th grade baseball game has been postponed tonight vs South Central.  It has been rescheduled for 5/7/15 at 5:30 PM at the Plymouth JV baseball field.

PILGRIM BASEBALL LOSES AT BREMEN

The Plymouth Pilgrim baseball team lost at Bremen Wednesday night 2-1.  Braydon Davidson was the hard luck loser for the Pilgrims. Bremen scored their two runs in the second inning on four walks and one base hit.  The Pilgrims scored their lone run in the 7th inning on a lead-off double by Brandon Milligan and

PHS SENIOR HALEY HARRELL SIGNS WITH TAYLOR UNIVERSITY

Three sport PHS athlete Haley Harrell signed a letter-of-intent to continue her education and athletic career at Taylor University Wednesday in the PHS Varsity Gym.  Haley will play volleyball at Taylor. Haley played volleyball, basketball, and tennis at Plymouth High School.  While a student at PHS, she has attained a GPA of 4.305 while ranked

PILGRIM SOFTBALL LOSES AT BREMEN

The Plymouth Lady Pilgrims softball team traveled to Bremen Tuesday night and was beaten by the Lions 5-1.  Bremen scored their 5 runs on only four hits off of losing pitcher Hayley Brown. Kristen McNeal had two of the three hits by the Pilgrims.  Bailey Hatfield had the other hit which was a run scoring

PILGRIM GIRL’S TRACK HANDLES CONCORD

The Plymouth girl’s track team hosted Concord Tuesday night and came away with an 86-46 victory. Allie Wright was a quadruple winner for the Pilgrims.  She won the 100 meter dash, 200 meter dash, 400 meter dash, and was part of the winning 1600 meter relay. Triple winners for the Pilgrims included Libby Read in

PILGRIM SOFTBALL LOSES AT SB RILEY

The Pilgrim varsity softball team traveled to SB Riley Monday and lost to the Wildcats 8-5.  The Pilgrims and Wildcats were tied at 2-2 heading into the bottom of the 4th inning.  Riley scored two runs to take the lead for good. Jillian Smith lead the Pilgrims with two hits and two RBI’s.  Hayley Brown

PILGRIM NETTERS TOP VALPO

The Plymouth Pilgrim tennis team traveled to Valparaiso Monday and defeated the Vikings 4-1.  The win moves their record to 3-0 on the year. Winning singles matches for the Pilgrims were Jessica Stillson and Lanae Singleton.  Winning doubles matches were Haley Harrell/Libbie Portteus and Kendall Dreibilbis/Ashley Harrell.  The JV lost to Valpo 7-5. The girls

PILGRIM BOY’S TRACK FINISH 3RD AT CMA INVITE SATURDAY

The Plymouth Pilgrim boy’s track team finished 3rd out of 6 teams Saturday at the CMA Invitational at Culver.  The Pilgrims scored 84 points. The Pilgrims were paced by three winning relay teams.  They were the 400 meter relay, the 800 meter relay, and the 800 medley relay team.  Members of the team were Terrence

PILGRIM TRACK GIRLS WIN CMA INVITE SATURDAY

The Plymouth Pilgrim girl’s track team won the CGA Invitational Saturday afternoon.  The Pilgrims placed first in the six team field scoring 125 points. The team was paced by the record setting 800 Sprint Medley Relay team of Sammi Davis, Katelyn O’Neal, Libby Read, and Alli Wright.  Wright and Read were also members of the