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MORE POST-SEASON AWARDS FOR ROCKIE FOOTBALL

The Plymouth Rockies football team recently received more post-season awards.  Senior wide receiver Justin Drudge was named to the first team Indiana Football Coach’s Association (IFCA) squad. Juniors Jack Barron and Cam Eveland were named were named to the first team IFCA junior all-state team. Seniors Kyle Lacefield, Jacob LaFree, and Caleb Wiers were named

LADY PILGRIMS TAME TIGERS – WIN 1ST NLC CONTEST

The Plymouth Lady Pilgrims basketball team traveled to Warsaw Saturday night and picked up their first NLC win of the year defeating the Tigers 41-25.  The Pilgrims limited the Tigers to only eight field goals and a 28% shooting percentage from the field on the night. The Pilgrims were lead by senior Haley Harrell with

ROCKIES HOST JV WRESTLING INVITE

On Saturday, the Plymouth Rockies wrestling team hosted a 22 team JV invitational.  No team scores are kept at this invite. Rockie individuals placing first included Aaron Milton, Eric Humphrey, Zach Stiller, Terrance Hooten, Nate LaFree, Trenton Garza, and Jack Stayton.  Grabbing runner-up spots include Braxton Bennett, Cameron Frick, and Garrett May. The Rockies host

PILGRIMS BEAT TIGERS

On Friday night, the Pilgrims traveled to Peru and defeated the Tigers in a non-conference game 51-43.  Peru had two Division I basketball recruits in their line-up.  The Pilgrims jumped out to a 16-11 lead at the end of the first quarter and never looked back. The Pilgrims were lead by the double double of

Plymouth Athletics – Former Mental Attitude Award Winners – Phil Wendel

This is the seventh and final article on former Pilgrim/Rockie IHSAA Mental Attitude Award Winners.  Mental Attitude Awards are earned by an individual that participated in the IHSAA State Finals in his/her respective sport. Phil Wendel was the 1982 IHSAA Trester Award winner in boy’s basketball.  Phil was a member of the Pilgrim’s 1982 State

LADY PILGRIMS OPEN UP NLC PLAY AT WARSAW SATURDAY

The Plymouth Lady Pilgrims open up NLC play Saturday night when they travel to Warsaw to take on the Tigers.  The Pilgrims suffered their first loss of the season Wednesday night against a talented South Bend Washington club 64-48.  The Pilgrims are currently 7-1 with victories over Peru, Laville, Bremen, Triton, Valparaiso, Knox, and Tippecanoe

PILGRIMS TRAVEL TO PERU TONIGHT

The Pilgrims jump back into the bus tonight and head down US 31 to the Tig-Arena II in Peru.  This rivalry dates back to the 1937-38 season when they met for the first time.  Peru won that first match-up 35-30.  Those early year games occurred because both Peru and Plymouth were part of the Central

PLYMOUTH SWIMMERS TRAVEL TO NORTHWOOD

The boy’s and girl’s swim teams from Plymouth traveled to Northwood Tuesday night to face the Panthers.  The Panther boys defeated the Pilgrims 103-52 while the Panther girls defeated the Pilgrims 106-67. Kirk Hettich finished first for the Pilgrims in the 100 yard Fly in a time of 1:06.41.  Both boy and girl 400 yard

LADY PILGRIMS FALL SHORT AGAINST SB WASHINGTON

The Plymouth Lady Pilgrims entertained a talented South Bend Washington squad Wednesday night and came away with their first loss of the year.  The Panthers pulled away late and defeated the Pilgrims 64-48. The Pilgrims lead at the end of one quarter 17-16, trailed at halftime 31-27, and was outscored 33-21 in the second half. 

ROCKIE GRAPPLERS PIN WARSAW

The Plymouth Rockies rolled into Warsaw Thursday night and whipped the Warsaw Tigers 48-18.  Winning by pin for the Rockies were Zane Devault, Colton Schuler, Marcos Rodriguez, and Jeremy Splix. The Rockies move to 2-0 in the NLC with the win.  They are 9-2 overall. The JV Rockies host an invitational on Saturday, 12/13/14 beginning