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September 3rd, 2014
Plymouth wins at Northridge
Plymouthâ€™s girls golf team earned a 188-222 Northern Lakes Conference victory over Northridge at Meadow Valley Tuesday.
Randi Dunn led the Lady Pilgrims with a 44. Morgan Oberley shot 46, and Lauren Kolter carded 48. Katie McDonald and Kylee Rippy shot 50 and 56, respectively.
â€˘ PLYMOUTH 188, NORTHRIDGE 222
At Meadow Valley Golf Club
PLYMOUTH (188): Randi Dunn 44, Morgan Oberley 46, Katie McDonald 50, Kylee Rippy 56, Lauren Kolter 48.
NORTHRIDGE (222): Emily Thomas 44, Lucy Wisolek 57, Alex Taylor 57, Kelly Dodson 64, Cate Tompkins 69.
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PLYMOUTH â€“ Morgan Uceny was looking for some blueberry donuts. Wasnâ€™t everybody?
But on her way to Centennial Park, Plymouthâ€™s native Olympian took a quick detour down Michigan Street.
It was so quick, in fact, that Uceny ended up winning Mondayâ€™s Blueberry Stomp 5,000-meter run.
Thousands of spectators, who were awaiting the start of the Blueberry Festival parade, did a double-take. Then they roared as Uceny â€“ a finalist in the womenâ€™s 1,500 meter run during the 2012 Olympics -- surged the last mile of the course.
Bremen 35, Tippy Valley 19; CMA 20, Indianapolis Marshall 6 (game called at half); LaVille 14, Central Noble 0; Jimtown 7, John Glenn 6; Plymouth 38, Rochester 35.
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Plymouth 56, Bremen 19; Triton 34, Caston 0; John Glenn 29, North Judson 12; CMA 36, Tippy Valley 13; LaVille 21, South Central 7.
PLYMOUTH â€”Â The Diamond Spyders may be too young to remember disco, but even they could appreciate a certain BeeGees classic Wednesday afternoon.
Staying alive is just what they did.
Plymouth Post 27 rallied back from a seven-run deficit to hand Mishawaka Post 161 an 8-7 defeat, surviving to play another day at the American Legion State Baseball Tournament at Bill Nixon Field.
PLYMOUTH â€” Plymouth Post 27 looked to be cruising to an opening-round victory over Kokomo Post 6 in the American Legion state finals, but suffered a gut-wrenching 9-7 loss Monday night thanks to a walk-off two-run homer.
Post 27 entered the final frame holding on to a 7-5 lead as pitcher Clayton Adamson looked to record the save.
PLYMOUTH â€“ Plymouth Post 27â€™s appearance in the regional was short-lived.
On Thursday, Bristol bounced the Diamond Spyders from the tournament with a convincing 11-6 victory at Bill Nixon Field.
Post 27 had fits trying to figure out Bristol starting pitcher Jake Tucker.
Tucker allowed just three runs on five hits over eight innings as the Diamond Spyders never had more than one hit when he was on the mound.
â€śI thought we came out kind of flat and they came out and did a nice job hitting the ball,â€ť Post 27 manager Will Hostrawser said.
PLYMOUTH â€” Itâ€™s a theme thatâ€™s become all too familiar for Plymouth Post 27.
The Diamond Spydersâ€™ inability to close out innings came back to haunt them in their regional opener Tuesday night, as Mishawaka Post 161 plated all 11 of its runs with two outs to hand Post 27 an 11-9 setback.
The Spyders thus slip into the loserâ€™s bracket and will play the loser of todayâ€™s game between Highland Post 180 and Bristol Post 143 Thursday night at 4 p.m.