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PILGRIM BASEBALL TAKES WIN OVER CMA

Pilgrim Baseball woke up in time Tuesday night at Bill Nixon Field to gain a win over the Culver Academy.  The Pilgrims scored seven runs in the 6th inning to take the victory 8-3. Cam Dennie had the key blow in the seven run 6th inning launching a grand slam home run over the center

LADY PILGRIMS DROP GAME TO BREMEN

The Plymouth Lady Pilgrim Softball team hosted Bremen Tuesday night in Centennial Park in a non-conference game.  The Pilgrims lost in five innings 18-0. The Pilgrims were only able to muster three hits on the night by Mia Wojcik, Grace Allmon, and Summer Smith. The Pilgrims finish their regular season on the road traveling to

INDIANA STATE WEIGHTLIFTING CHAMPIONSHIP

Three different Plymouth High School students participated in the Indiana State Weightlifting Championship at Crown Point High School Sunday.  The trio is coached by Curt Samuelson. In the 85 KG division, Israel Martinez and Tyler Mackey both competed.  Martinez finished 2nd in his age division and 7th overall in this class.  Mackey finished 3rd in

IHSAA TENNIS TOURNEY DRAW

For the first time ever last night, the IHSAA used their IHSAAtv.org website to televise the IHSAA Tennis tourney draw.  The Lady Pilgrim Tennis team will once again play in the five team tennis sectional at Bremen.  A total of 309 schools are entered in this year’s tournament. The Pilgrims will play Triton Wednesday night

SOFTBALL DROPS NLC CONTEST

The Plymouth Pilgrim Softball team hosted Northwood in softball Monday night in Centennial Park.  The Pilgrims dropped the contest to the Lady Panthers 8-1. Josie Koontz started on the rubber for the Pilgrims.  She pitched into the 5th inning when the Pilgrim defense let her down.  Grace Allmon came in to finish the seven inning

TENNIS FALLS TO WEST LAFAYETTE

The Pilgrim tennis team was on the road at Logansport last night to take on the West Lafayette Red Devils in a match rescheduled from near the beginning of the season.  Logansport was approximately halfway between the two tennis rivals.  West Lafayette defeated the Pilgrims 4-1. The only winner for the Pilgrims was at #2

PLYMOUTH GOLF SPLITS NLC MATCHES

Pilgrim Golf hosted two NLC opponents Monday night at Pretty Lake Golf Club.  The Pilgrims defeated Wawasee 169-181 but lost to Northwood 160-169. Leading the way for the Pilgrims was Chapman Yoder with a medalist score of 36.  Bryce Carmichael and Andrew Himes each had a 44 while Owen Yoder had a 45. The split

PILGRIM BASEBALL TOPS NORTHWOOD; LOG JAM ATOP NLC

The Pilgrim baseball team top a huge step in securing at least a tie for the NLC Baseball Championship Monday night at Bill Nixon Field.  The Pilgrims took down NLC leader Northwood 3-0.  The win, coupled with a Goshen win vs Wawasee, puts three teams at the top of the NLC Standings with a 10-3

NLC BASEBALL MOVED TO PLYMOUTH TONIGHT

The JV and Varsity Plymouth Baseball games scheduled for tonight against Northwood have been moved to Plymouth.  The Northwood baseball fields were deemed unplayable because of the rain we received this morning.  Start time is set for 5:00.

PILGRIMS BATTLE RAIN, NEW PRAIRIE IN BASEBALL

“The weather is not your opponent” was a quote we once heard from a former NLC Athletic Director.  Saturday night at Bill Nixon Field, the Pilgrims battled the rain, and then battled New Prairie.  The Pilgrims were able to overcome the rain though they did start the game 75 minutes late.  They did not overcome