The Lady Pilgrims Volleyball lost a heartbreaker to Warsaw Thursday 3-2.   14 Kills on the night for PHS Senior Amber Redinger.   Sophomore Haley Harrell had 27 digs and 25 assists in the loss.   Plymouth drops to 7-10 (1-2 NLC).


Plymouth Boys Tennis team beat Goshen 4-1.  Gabe Vervynkt and John Hunter each won their singles play for Plymouth.  In doubles play, both #1 (Matt Flynn & Jack Holloway) & #2 (Kam Eisehour & Kendall Fosler) tandums won.   Plymouth now 9-3 overall.   4-2 vs NLC.   They get ready for the Plymouth Tourny starting at 10am on Saturday.


The Plymouth Rockie freshman football team traveled to Middlebury Thursday night and defeated Northridge 23-0.  The young rockies were able to score one touchdown in the first half on a five yard run by Cam Eveland.  In the second half the Rockie defense continued its dominance by scoring a safety by A.J. Styers.  Bodie Neidig scored on a 47 yard TD run while Eveland closed out Plymouth’s scoring with a 72 yard punt return.  Plymouth stands at 4-0 for the year and will take on Elkhart Memorial next Wednesday at the Rockpile starting at 5:30.


The Plymouth Girls Golf team finished their season 11-3 after winning a 3-way meet against Laville & Triton.  Here are the scores:

Plymouth  Team Score:  182

Emily Berger                       43

Lauren Rearick                  47

Emily Denney                    45

Morgan Oberley               48

Kelly Henderson               47


LaVille  Team Score :   216

Triton  Team Score:     233



Emily Berger                       43   Plymouth

Lauren Read                       44    LaVille



Tuesday Night the 7th Grade Rockies lost a tough overtime battle with Warsaw Edgewood which ended with a final score of 32-24.  After trailing 16-0 and 24-8 the Rockies held several times defensively in the later stages of the second half and Luke Houin lead several scoring drives to tie the game with only 1 minute remaining.  In the overtime period, the Rockies defense was not able to hold the visitors out from the 10 yard line and when it was their turn their were not able to punch the ball across the goal line.  The Rockies record sits at 1-2.

Wednesday Night the 7th Grade Rockies won againts the visiting Komets from La Porte Kessling.  The team came out fired up and scored 16 pts in the first half on a 9 yard untouched run from Kaden McCrammer and a 3 yard rumble from QB Luke Houin.  Jeremy Drudge kicked the XP on both first half scores.  In the second half the scoring continued with a 50 yard jaunt by fullback Benji Adams and a 39 yard untouched stroll by QB Payton Skirvin.  The defense stood tall with Tyler Speirs forcing two fumbles, Braxton Bennitt and Branden Wager both recovering fumbles, Gavin Banks with an INT, and Jeremy Drudge with a sack and two QB pressures.  The Rockies record now sits at 2-2.  The team returns to action next Tuesday night vs Wawasee.

 Lincoln Redstorm Cross Country hosted Tippecanoe Valley last night in a duel meet. The Plymouth runners were pumped and motivated to run their best & many of the student athletes accomplished the goals that they set out at the beginning of the meet. The coaches were pleased with all efforts, determination and the fantastic results of both races. Each team came out with a win and remain undefeated at home.The ladies team was lead by a tough group of three: Rachel Crawford took home a 1st place title with a time of 12:27; and Kaitlyn Carothers finished with a great time of 12:56 (2nd place) and Tia Freshour was close behind in 13:09 (3rd place).  Hard efforts were made by Alyssa Solis, Mercedes Bastardo, and Kyndel Grove who placed 7th, 8th, and 9th respectively to help make the victory.  The boys team was extremely competitive last night where they held positions 2nd– 8th and went on to beat Tippecanoe by a large margin. Jeffrey Oliver lead Plymouth and continued his outstanding running streak with a time of 12:20 (2nd place), Shane Pursch ran a time of 12:32 (3rd) and Jordan Morrow was close behind for 4th overall. The team confirmed the win by sweeping the next four spots to finish, congratulations to Daniel Stauffer, Chris Noodwang, Zack Moser, and Kelvin Mercer placing 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th respectively.

Congrats to all runners and thanks to those that came out to support the team! The next home meet is set for next Wednesday 9/19 at 5:30PM vs. Knox



The Argos Boys Soccer team keeps rolling along.  They collected another shotout win, this time over South Bend Clay 7-0.   Argos now 9-1 on the season.

First half

Argos                    Damon  Binkley (Dom Cataldo)                                   31st  

Second half

Argos                    Max Bailey (Chase Brown)                                           43rd 

Argos                    Binkley (Alex Stone)                                                       64th   

Argos                    Jordan O’Dell                                                                     65th

Argos                    Chandler Campbell (Binkley)                                       66th 

Argos                    Binkley (A. Stone)                                                            68th

Argos                    Josiah Osborn                                                                    77th


Shots on goal:  Argos-18, SB Clay-0

Saves:    SB Clay 11 (Joe Stuckenborg-9, Avery Worrell-2)

Corners:   Argos 7,    SB Clay-3

Fouls:   Argos-5,   SB Clay-6

Records:  Argos 9-1



Varsity Boys Soccer
LaVille 5
Elkhart Christian 0
7th Grade Volleyball
LaVille 0
Bremen 2
8th Grade Volleyball
LaVille 0
Bremen 2
Junior High Cross Country
LaVille 30
Bremen 25
Robert Morical finished 2nd, Jacob Nykiel 3rd, Josiah Lymburner 6th, Luke Beehler 9th, Isaac Hall 10th
LaVille 49
Bremen 15
Aryn Eash finished 7th, Racheal Ross 10th