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May 11th, 2011

Triton earns NSC reprisal win at Bremen

May 11, 2011

BREMEN — Triton head coach Jim Shively knew it was going to be a firefight.
After an 8-4 loss to Bremen Monday in which the Lions scored runs in five innings, he didn't want to take any chances.
"Keep it going," he told his players in the dugout between innings. "They're not finished yet."
He was right.

May 10th

Running taking Schmeltz places

May 10, 2011

LAKEVILLE — Distance running has taken Elaine Schmeltz places.
Three cross country regionals, three track regionals, three mission trips all over the Western Hemisphere.
Next fall, cross country will take Schmeltz to Taylor University in Upland, where the LaVille senior has signed on to run with the Lady Trojans cross country and track teams.

May 9th

Pilgrims fall to Crown Point in rain-shortened Plymouth baseball tourney

May 9, 2011

PLYMOUTH — The Plymouth Baseball Tournament was called for the first time in recent memory due to the unrelenting rain, but not before everyone in the four-team field got a game in.
Defending Class 4A champion and current No. 5-ranked Carroll beat No. 4 Penn 8-4 in a match-up of top-five teams in the opener at Bill Nixon Field, while Plymouth lost 14-8 to Crown Point in the nightcap, postponed more than six hours past its originally scheduled start time.

May 6th

Howe powers big 3rd as Plymouth rebounds with NLC win at Concrd

May 7, 2011

ELKHART — Plymouth power hitter Damon Howe took it personally when the Pilgrims’ rally fell short at Elkhart Memorial Wednesday.
When Plymouth made the pilgrimage back to Elkhart on Friday, this time for a Northern Lakes Conference showdown with Concord, Howe did something about it.
Howe drove in five of Plymouth’s six runs as the Pilgrims broke the game open with a big third inning to claim a 10-2 NLC victory on the road at Concord and stay in the hunt for an NLC championship.

Plymouth's Hodges, Smith, Howe all sign for football

May 6, 2011

PLYMOUTH — With all the success Plymouth football has enjoyed over the past three-year cycle, colleges around the country are taking notice.
The Rockies have graduated numerous college recruits in the past several seasons, and a trio of Plymouth players is continuing that tradition in 2011.
PHS seniors Damon Howe, Brock Smith and Houston Hodges will all continue their football careers at the collegiate level.

May 5th

Pilgrims top Cavs in dual meet

May 5, 2011

CULVER — With two players only newly returned from their senior trip, Culver couldn’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.
“Our 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,” said Plymouth head boys golf coach Ben Waymouth. “We shot a 165 tonight; 165’s our best nine-hole round to date, so I’m pleased with that. Everybody shot 44 or better, and varsity-wise I had four guys that were low 40s.”

Lady Pilgrims nip Elkhart Memorial again for NLC win

May 5, 2011

PLYMOUTH — 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.

May 4th

Plymouth dimes inexperienced Argos team in five

May 4, 2011

PLYMOUTH — The Pilgrims took a break from a busy Northern Lakes Conference stretch Tuesday, diming an inexperienced Argos team 13-2 in five innings in a make-up game at Bill Nixon Field.
Phil Iwinski pitched a shutout through four innings and the Pilgrims racked up nine hits, including six during a 12-run fourth as Plymouth gave some of its starters a break in a rescheduled rain-out sandwiched between a win over Northridge Monday and a home game against Elkhart Memorial today during a busy NLC stretch.

Plymouth names new volleyball coach

May 4, 2011

PLYMOUTH — The Plymouth High School Athletic Department announced Doug West as the new Head Volleyball Coach of the Lady Pilgrims Tuesday.
West, who makes the move from Whitko High School, is a former Indiana University head coach and played for Ball State, where he graduated in 1982.
West served as head coach at Warsaw High School from 2001-07 before taking the helm at Whitko. He was also an assistant coach at Illinois State University and at Muncie Burris High School. He was a volunteer assistant coach at the University of Nebraska from 1992-1996.

May 3rd

Falcons repeat at Lancer Relays

May 3, 2011

LAKEVILLE — Sitting out with a broken arm, Mike Childs could do little but cheer his teammates on to the title at last year’s Lancer Relays.
Not to worry.
The John Glenn senior sprinter made up for lost time Monday, powering the Falcons to four wins on the night and a sixth straight title at the LaVille relay meet.
“It’s the best feeling in the world,” said a smiling Childs. “It was the worst last year; I had to sit on the sidelines and just watch and cheer on my teammates and now I’m able to help them out and do everything I could to help them get the victory. It feels awesome.”

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