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PILGRIM VOLLEYBALL HOSTS POWERBALL TOURNEY

The Plymouth Pilgrim Volleyball team hosted their annual Powerball Tournament Saturday at PHS.  The Pilgrims finished fourth in the eight team field. The Pilgrims lost to runner-up and #1 rated 1A Muncie Burris 23-25 and 18-25.  They came back to win their next two games over Kouts 25-15, 25-19 and New Prairie 8-25, 25-19, and

CROSS COUNTRY RUNS AT PENN

The Pilgrim Cross Country runners traveled to Penn Saturday to participate in their annual Invitational in Mishawaka. The Pilgrim Girls finished 13th on the day scoring 370 points on the day.  Summer South was the top Pilgrim as she finished 76th in the field of 108.  Fatima Ramirez was five seconds behind her in 78th

JV ROCKIE FOOTBALL DOWNS KOKOMO

The JV Rockie Football team took their show on the road for the second time in 2019…and for the second time, they came home victorious.  This time over Kokomo 30-28. The Rockies had several individuals step up and lead them to a victory.  Kwintin Heiny had a rushing touchdown as well as a handful of

SOCCER TAKES TWO BLUEBERRY WINS

The Plymouth Rockie Soccer team hosted their annual Blueberry Tournament on Saturday at Don Kindt Soccerplex.  Six schools competed in a total of six games on Saturday.  The schools included South Bend Clay, Mishawaka, Tippecanoe Valley, Logansport, LaPorte, and the Rockies. The Rockies faced off against Mishawaka in the first game of the day Saturday

CENTENNIAL AUDITORIUM – PART II – FACES IN THE CROWD

Before Centennial Auditorium was built and was used in 1937, where did the Pilgrims play their home basketball games?  They played in the Lincoln Gymnasium!  The Lincoln Gymnasium was located next to the original Lincoln Auditorium in Lincoln High School. When the current Plymouth High School was built and ready for the 1960-1961 school year,

ROCKIES TAME THE KATS

The Plymouth Rockies hosted the Kokomo Wildkats for the very first time at The Rockpile Friday night.  The Rockies won easily 41-20. The Rockies took the opening drive and scored five minutes into the contest.  Kam Vanlue finished the drive by scoring from two yards out.  It was one of just a handful of highlights

PILGRIM VOLLEYBALL WINS NLC OPENER

The Plymouth Pilgrim Volleyball team opened NLC play Thursday night by traveling to Dunlap, IN to take on the Concord Lady Minutemen.  The Pilgrims swept their way to victory winning 25-18, 25-15, and 25-16. Miranda German had 11 kills and six blocks.  Alaina Clady had seven blocks.  Kenzie Snyder had 16 digs while Avery Christy

PILGRIMS GOLF SPLITS NLC MATCH

Plymouth Golf traveled to Goshen Thursday to battle NLC opponents Elkhart Memorial and host Goshen.  The Pilgrims downed the host RedHawks 214-218 but fell to Memorial 214-195. Annastasia Hutchings lead the Pilgrim golfers with a 48.  Claire McDonald had a 52 while teammates Olivia Waymouth and Horvath had a 56 and a 58 respectively. The

TENNIS DROPS MATCH TO ST. JOE

Plymouth Tennis dropped a non-conference match to host South Bend St. Joe Thursday night 4-1. The only win for the Men of Plymouth was at #1 doubles where Drew Harrell/Adam Hunter won a closely fought match with their Indian opponents.  The score was 2-6, 6-1, and 7-5. The loss drops the Pilgrims to 2-4 on

ROCKIE SOCCER DROPS NLC OPENER

The Rockie Soccer team opened NLC play Thursday night at Warsaw.  In a very hard fought contest by both teams, Warsaw prevailed over our Rockies 2-1.  A late 2nd half goal by Warsaw was the difference in the contest. Warsaw got on the board first by scoring a first half goal.  It remained that way