Archive - May 5, 2011 - Latest Sports
CULVER â€” With two players only newly returned from their senior trip, Culver couldnâ€™t quite find the fourth score it needed, while Plymouth turned in a new nine-hole low to edge out the Cavaliers 165-169 on their home course at Mystic Hills Wednesday.
â€śOur goal is to be competitive at every match. We talked about it before we got off the bus, this is a match we should win,â€ť said Plymouth head boys golf coach Ben Waymouth. â€śWe shot a 165 tonight; 165â€™s our best nine-hole round to date, so Iâ€™m pleased with that. Everybody shot 44 or better, and varsity-wise I had four guys that were low 40s.â€ť
PLYMOUTH â€” The Lady Pilgrims managed just three hits in their Northern Lakes Conference match-up with Elkhart Memorial, but they made them count.
Plymouth strung those three hits together during a three-run second inning to defeat the visiting Crimson Chargers 3-2 at home Wednesday.