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PILGRIM SOFTBALL OPENS HOME SEASON

The Plymouth softball team had their first home game Thursday night and lost to Rochester 12-1.  The field received a facelift since last season as a new playing surface was put down along with a new outfield fence. Jillian Smith had the lone RBI on the night as she drove in Bri Martin who had

PILGRIM SOFTBALL LOSES AT CONCORD

The Pilgrim softball team traveled to Concord Wednesday night and lost 12-2.  Kristen McNeal and Alexis McVicker had RBI’s to lead the Pilgrim attack.  Hayley Brown took the loss for the Pilgrims on the bump. The JV Pilgrims also lost to Concord 10-0. The Pilgrims host Rochester on Thursday.  Start time is scheduled for 5:00.

PILGRIMS WIN 2ND NLC BASEBALL GAME

The Pilgrim baseball team moved their record to 2-0 in the NLC by topping Concord Wednesday night 6-5 in a walk-off win. The Pilgrims took a 4-0 lead after four innings before Concord mounted their comeback.  They scored one in the 5th inning and four in the 6th inning to take the lead 5-4. The

PHS SENIOR SOCCER PLAYER ALYSSA CLYDE SIGNS WITH ANCILLA

PHS senior soccer player Alyssa Clyde has signed a letter-of-intent to continue her academic and athletic career at Ancilla College.  The 2015 season will be the inaugural season for the Women’s Soccer team at Ancilla. Alyssa was a four year member of the PHS soccer team.  She is the daughter of Richard Clyde and Kimberly

PILGRIM GIRL’S TRACK RESULTS

Tuesday night at the Rockpile, the Lady Pilgrims track team hosted Elkhart Memorial and Warsaw.  The Pilgrims had a split decision as they defeated Elkhart Memorial 78.5 – 53.5 but lost to Warsaw 85-47. Allie Wright was a double winner for the Pilgrims.  She won the 800 meter run and was part of the winning

2 WINS TUESDAY FOR PLYMOUTH GOLFERS

The Plymouth golf team hosted Marian and Bremen Tuesday night at the Plymouth Country Club and came away with two victories.  The Pilgrims defeated Marian 165-167.  The also defeated Bremen 165-209. The Pilgrims were lead by Ben Schenk and Reis Yoder each carding a 39.  Micah Calhoun had a 43, Hudson Yoder had a 44,

PLYMOUTH TENNIS OPENS NLC PLAY

The Plymouth tennis team opened NLC play Tuesday night at home against Warsaw.  Battling very windy conditions all night, the Pilgrims shutout Warsw 5-0. Erin Hunter, Lanae Singleton, and Jessica Stillson won singles matches.  Haley Harrel, Libbie Portteus, Kendall Dreibilbis, and McKenzie Scheetz won their doubles matches. The Pilgrim JV team also won over Warsaw

PILGRIM SOFTBALL LOSES NLC OPENER

The Plymouth Pilgrims softball team traveled to Elkhart Memorial Monday for their NLC opener and lost to the Crimson Chargers 15-1.  Jillian Smith and Bailey Brown had doubles in the fourth inning to produce the Pilgrims lone run. The JV Pilgrims earned their 5th straight win with a 10 run rule 12-1 win over the

PILGRIM BASEBALL WINS NLC OPENER

The Plymouth Pilgrim baseball team got off to a fast start in the NLC with a 6-5 win over Elkhart Memorial Monday night.  The Pilgrims scored the winning run in the bottom of the 7th inning on a pass ball. The Pilgrims loaded the bases in the 7th inning with nobody out.  After a fielder’s

IHSAA Student-Athlete Tip of the Week

“Good habits are hard to form and easy to live with.  Bad habits are easy to form and hard to live with.” This quote by Brian Tracy holds true in all walks of life, and especially for the student-athlete. Do you have good study habits and practice habits?  What type of good habits are you