Plymouth Girls Varsity Tennis

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PLYMOUTH ATHLETICS – GIRLS TENNIS AWARDS – ANNOUNCED

Plymouth High School would like to congratulate the the following list of 2020 Girls Tennis players for awards that were recently announced throughout the state. 2019-20 (ICGSA) – Indiana Coaches of Girls Sports Association Academic All State Tennis Team Alexa Orozco – All State Fernanda Cortes – All State Alaina Clady – All State Erin

ALAINA CLADY AWARDED – C. EUGENE CATO SCHOLARSHIP

Plymouth High School would like to CONGRATULATE  Senior-Alaina Clady on becoming a C. Eugene Cato Memorial Scholarship Award Recipient. PHS Principal Jim Condon expressed his appreciation for all of Alaina’s hard work during her career at Plymouth. “You are very deserving of the award Alaina and I am most proud of you.” Below is part

GYMNASTICS EQUIPMENT MOVE

Each year the PHS Athletic Department counts on the custodial staff and ground crew to help us with many jobs throughout the school year.  Outside, they take care of the football facility, three soccer fields, a practice football field, and a JV baseball field.  The indoor staff helps to set up the varsity gym and

PHS SENIOR NATE PATTERSON COMMITS TO THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

Nathan Patterson, a member of the 2018 Class of Plymouth High School, has decided to continue his education and Track and Field career at USC.  Nate is the son of Tori and Kendra Patterson.  Nate plans to major in Business with a concentration in Accounting.  Nathan is currently ranked in the upper half of his

10 PHS ATHLETES PARTICIPATE IN NLC SPORTSMANSHIP SUMMIT

The 4th Annual Northern Lakes Conference Sportsmanship Summit took place at the Manahan Othopaedic Capital Center on the campus of Grace College in Winona Lake, IN.  10 Plymouth High School student-athletes took part in the summit. The event was hosted by Grace College Athletic Director Chad Briscoe.  He was one of the speakers for the

HOW DO I BECOME A COACH?

Over the past 39 years of being involved in athletics at Plymouth High School, I have often been asked the question, “How do I become a coach” or “What qualifications do I have to have to coach?”  The answers to these questions are really quite elementary. The two things you must have to coach are

NLC FALL SPORTS RESULTS

The Fall Sports for the NLC have been completed and the final team results have been tallied.  Each school competes in four different fall sports for each gender.  The sports for the girls include cross country, golf, soccer, and volleyball.  The sports for the boys include cross country, football, soccer, and tennis. Here are the

REBECCA MARTIN STAMM – PHS CLASS OF 2001 VALEDICTORIAN

Rebecca Martin Stamm, PHS Class of 2001, grew up on a farm southeast of Plymouth.  She learned the idea of hard work at a young age through her parents Steve and Muriel.  Learning the idea of hard work helped her gain the recognition of being named Valedictorian of her senior class in 2001. Along with

NOTE WORTHY SOCCER NEWS!

Plymouth and Concord played four soccer games at Concord on Tuesday and Wednesday nights this week. Tuesday night Concord hosted both varsity soccer teams.  They hosted both JV teams on Wednesday night. Here is the kicker…ALL FOUR GAMES ENDED IN A TIE!! The varsity girls tied Concord 1-1 while the varsity boys and Concord tied