Archive - Apr 17, 2013 - Latest Sports
PLYMOUTH â€” Winning your conference-opener always feels good.
When itâ€™s a win over your bitter rival, it feels even better. And when itâ€™s a complete shutout, itâ€™s downright terrific.
Plymouth No. 2 Mikayla German battled back from a second-set loss to hand Warsawâ€™s Sarah Boyle a 7-4 defeat in a third set tiebreaker Tuesday, thus completing a 5-0 whitewashing of the visiting Tigers in a Northern Lakes Conference-opening girls tennis meet in Centennial Park.
Lady Pilgrims split NLC 3-way
Plymouthâ€™s girls track team split a Northern Lakes Conference three-way with Elkhart Memorial and Wawasee Tuesday, beating Wawasee 88-44 but falling to Memorial 78-54.
Allie Wright recorded a pair of wins in the 200 and the 1600 relay, and she, Meagan Fisher, Shelby Harrell and Libby Read finished just .24 of a second off Memorialâ€™s winning 3200 relay time of 10:16.02.
Katelyn Oâ€™Neal won the 300 low hurdles, and Traci Longanecker won the 100 dash.