Plymouth earns needed win at Concord

DUNLAP — Plymouth’s boys basketball team drained 10 treys and collected a much-needed 52-47 win at Northern Lakes Conference rival Concord Friday.
Ryan McNeil scored each of his game-high-tying 15 points from behind the arc for the Pilgrims. Sean Smith, in his first night back from a five-game suspension, made an immediate impact for Plymouth with 15 points.
Mack Mercer, a 6-foot-7 freshman, added 14 points for Plymouth, which snapped a six-game skid.
• PLYMOUTH 52,
CONCORD 47
At Dunlap
PLYMOUTH (52): John Ruff 0, Kyser McCrammer 0, Sean Smith 15, Joe Knapp 0, Houston Hodges 5, Ryan McNeil 15, Kyle Kaser 0, Mack Mercer 14, Gabe Vervynckt 3. TOTALS: 15 12-19 52.
CONCORD (47): Franko House 11, DuWhan Alford 10, Jason Spriggs 5, Seth Huxford 5, Anthony Yoder 5, Josh Schuller 7, Clinton McCray 2. TOTALS: 15 12-18 47.
Score by quarters
Plymouth 9 26 38 52
Concord 9 19 33 47
3-point goals: Plymouth 10 (McNeil 5, Smith 3, Hodges, Vervynckt), Concord 3 (Alford 2, Huxford). Total fouls: Plymouth 11, Concord 17. JV score: Concord 36, Plymouth 32. Records: Plymouth 3-8 (1-2 NLC), Concord 6-4 (2-1 NLC).

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