Plymouth Boys Varsity Swimming

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MORE HISTORIC PLYMOUTH ATHLETIC PHOTOS

Pictured is the PHS Track team from 1948.  The Pilgrims went 4-1 in dual meets.  They placed 5th in the Goshen Relays and 2nd in the Kokomo Relays.  They finished 3rd in the conference meet and 2nd in the sectional.  Qualifying for the State Finals were Deacon (100), Smith (440), McQueen and H.J. Mitchell (880),

HISTORIC PLYMOUTH ATHLETIC PHOTOS

We recently came across some very old photographs associated with Plymouth Athletics.  We are going to share them on our website.  Some of you “Old-Timers” might have some relatives or friends pictured here: This picture is from the 1946-47 Plymouth Pilgrims.  The Pilgrims finished the year at 8-13.  They were defeated in the first game

MULTI-SPORT ATHLETES…THE PLYMOUTH WAY

Plymouth Athletics have enjoyed many successes over the years on the field and on the court.  The Pilgrims and the Rockies have won multiple championships since the IHSAA began sponsoring high school athletic competition back in 1911.  In football and boy’s basketball alone, Plymouth has won a combined 39 sectionals, 16 regionals, three semi-states, and

PLYMOUTH WINTER ATHLETES VOTED ALL-CONFERENCE

Winter Athletics for the Northern Lakes Conference has been completed and all sports have named their NLC All-Conference teams.  Here is who was elected for the Pilgrims: Girl’s Swimming:  Leah Smith  Honorable Mention Boy’s Swimming:  None Wrestling:  138 lbs  Graham Calhoun  All Conference    145 lbs  Gavin Banks All-Conference    160 lbs Micah Calhoun  All-Conference

TRISTEN McMILLEN COMMITS TO TRINE FOOTBALL

Tristen McMillen, a member of the 2017 Class of Plymouth High School, has decided to continue his education and football career at Trine University.  Trine is located in Angola, IN. Tristen is the son of Randy McMillen and Stephanie McMillen.  Tristen plans to major in Marketing while a student-athlete at Trine.  Tristen is currently ranked

THE FACE OF A MULTI-SPORT PLYMOUTH HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE

What do these 18 former Plymouth athletes all have in common…..Steve Phillips (1971), Rick Williams (1971), Bob Albertson (1977), Pete Buchanan (1978), Scott Skiles (1982), Dave Hoover (1986), Dave Roahrig (1992), Jason Rudd (1992), Mike Kershner (1994), Nick Wise (1997), Ryan Colvin (1997), John Pettibone (2000), Morgan Uceny (2003), David Burroughs (2007), Randy Davis (2008),

FORMER PLYMOUTH ATHLETE, COACH, FRED KEHOE DIES

1946 PHS graduate Fred Kehoe died last week in Muncie, IN.  Fred participated in football, basketball, and track/field for the Pilgrims.  His head coach in all three sports was Art Thomas. Fred was the second leading scorer for the Pilgrims during his senior year in basketball.  Jim Clevenger was the leading scorer on the team

NLC ALL-SPORTS TALLY AT THE CONCLUSION OF WINTER SPORTS

The winter sport season has ended for NLC competition.  On the girl’s side of the ledger, the Northridge Raiders took a commanding lead with their championships in basketball and swimming.  They now lead second place Warsaw by 10 points and third place Concord by 17 points. The Pilgrims picked up a sixth place finish in

PILGRIMS SWIMMERS FINISH 5TH IN IHSAA SECTIONAL

The Plymouth Pilgrim boy’s swim team finished in 5th place out of 12 teams Saturday at the IHSAA Swim Sectional held at Warsaw High School.  The Pilgrims finished with 178.5 points. The Pilgrims recorded a first and second place in diving.  Senior Connor Mathews won the event with a total of 322.50 points.  Justin Moser

PLYMOUTH SWIMMERS SPLIT AT KNOX

The Plymouth boy’s swim team paddled to Knox Wednesday night to take on the Redskins and North Judson in a triple dual meet.  The Pilgrims fell to Knox 87-80 but defeated North Judson 114-20. Alex Vancza captured three first places on the night.  He won the 200 Freestyle, 100 Freestyle, and was part of the