Plymouth Boys Varsity Baseball

  • Overall Record: 15 - 14
  • Conference Record: 3 - 1

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MACKENZIE DERIFIELD SIGNS WITH ANCILLA SOFTBALL

Mackenzie Derifield, a member of the 2017 Class of Plymouth High School, has decided to continue her education and softball career at Ancilla College. Mackenzie is the daughter of Wally and Darlene Derifield. Mackenzie plans to major in Early Childhood Education.  After finishing her 2-year degree at Ancilla, she would like to continue on and

PILGRIMS FALL AT NORTHRIDGE

The Plymouth Pilgrim baseball team ran into a buzzsaw at Northridge Wednesday night falling to the Raiders 15 – 5 in a 10 run rule NLC contest. The Pilgrims fell behind 10 – 0 after two innings before denting the scoreboard with a couple of runs in the third inning.  Ezra Winkle was the first

SENIOR RACHEL CRAWFORD COMMITS TO IUPUI

2017 PHS Class Member Rachel Crawford has committed the next four years of her student/athlete life to IUPUI in Indianapolis.  She plans to run cross country and track for the Jaguars. Rachel is the daughter of Anne Crawford and Phillip Crawford.  Rachel plans to major in Nursing while a student athlete at IUPUI.  Rachel is

BASEBALL CLOBBERS CMA

What is Irony??  This is a famous line from the Hollywood movie ConAir.  The Pilgrim baseball team has had some irony the last two ball games. Monday night the Pilgrims lost to Northwood 1 – 0 and only picked up one hit during the contest.  Tuesday night the Pilgrims played long ball with the CMA

VARSITY BASEBALL FALLS TO NLC CHAMP NORTHWOOD

It was a classic game Monday evening at Bill Nixon Field located in Centennial Park.  But on a night that saw the Pilgrims get one mere hit in the first inning, they fell to the 2017 NLC Champ Northwood Panthers 1 – 0. It was a pitcher’s dual from the very start.  Drake Gongwer of

CENTENNIAL PARK TENNIS COURTS COMPLETED

The newly remodeled tennis courts at Centennial Park have been completed!  Last week the East Coast Company was in Plymouth to put the final surface paint on the courts.  They will be open and ready to be used for play later this week. A committee headed by former Plymouth tennis players of Mary Beth Hunter

BASEBALL SPLITS WEEKEND GAMES

The Plymouth Pilgrim baseball team had a two game road trip over the weekend.  Friday night they traveled to Wawasee to take on the Warriors and fell 8 – 2.  Saturday evening they traveled to South Bend Clay and beat the Colonials 16 – 9. Friday night the Pilgrims outhit the Warriors 7 – 5

BASEBALL DROPS GAME TO MARIAN

The Plymouth baseball team played a game out of conference Thursday night against the Mishawaka Marian Knights.  The Pilgrims fell 9 – 7. Sophomore pitcher Cole Filson was the victim of a Marian seven run fourth inning that hung defeat on the Pilgrims.  The Pilgrims outhit Marian 11 – 6 but Pilgrim pitchers gave up

PILGRIMS SHUTOUT BY GOSHEN

The Pilgrim baseball team hosted the Goshen RedHawks Wednesday night at Bill Nixon Field.  The boys from Plymouth were shutout 3 – 0. Nate Nixon was victimized by a lack of Pilgrim offense as the Goshen pitcher shut the Pilgrims down with only seven hits.  Nate only gave up two earned runs and five hits

ALICIA DENNIE COMMITS TO PURDUE UNIVERSITY; SILVER TWIN!

Alli Dennie, a member of the 2017 Class of Plymouth High School, has decided to continue her education and twirling career at Purdue University in West Lafayette. Alli is the daughter of Cory and Teresa Dennie.  Alli plans to major in Nutrition and Dietetics while a student at Purdue.  She eventually would like to attend