Archive - Sep 23, 2010 - Latest Sports
PLYMOUTH â€”Â If you blinked you probably missed a good chunk of Plymouthâ€™s volleyball match against visiting Bremen Wednesday.
Boosted by a lightning-fast start, the Pilgrims needed just 53 minutes to dispatch Bremen 25-4, 25-12, 25-18 in an intra-county squabble at The Rock.
Plymouth packed a powerful punch at the net and blanketed its half of the court while breezing through the first two games.
KENDALLVILLE â€” Jack Kinney knows his teamâ€™s odds at the East Noble regional are a long shot.
With the kinds of teams populating the field at Cobblestone Saturday â€”Â including Indiana High School Golf Coaches Association top 20-rated East Noble and DeKalb as well as undefeated Northern Lakes Conference and Warsaw Sectional champ Wawasee â€” grabbing one of the top three team standings to qualify for the state meet is going to be an uphill climb. So the Lady Pilgrims arenâ€™t sweating it. Theyâ€™re keeping things breezy and come tourney time, theyâ€™ll see if they can shake things up.
LAKEVILLE â€” As the second half of the season gets under way Friday, area teams are looking to pick up some steam heading into postseason play.
The Bremen Lions (3-4, 1-2 NSC) have taken some lumps this season, including last Fridayâ€™s disappointing 23-20 Homecoming loss to Northern State Conference foe Culver. Thatâ€™s left them on the wrong side of .500, and theyâ€™re hoping to get back to winning form at LaVille this week.
â€śWe honestly feel weâ€™re probably six or seven plays away from being 4-1, and thatâ€™s a tough spot to be at 2-3,â€ť said Bremen head coach Bob Holmes.