Plymouth Hall of Famer Hunter to retire next month
PLYMOUTH — The Plymouth Athletic Department will be losing a Hall of Famer next month.
Assistant Athletic Director Mary Beth Hunter has been a part of Plymouth High School athletics since 1980. She was inducted into the Indiana High School Tennis Hall of Fame in 1995 as both a player and a coach.
She coached girls tennis for 20 years and boy’s tennis for 12 years at Plymouth. Her girls teams won 8 NLC championships, 16 sectional titles in a row and three regionals. Her boys teams won four NLC championships, four sectionals, one regional, one semi-state and also made a final four appearance.
Hunter was NLC coach of the Year nine times and was District Coach of the Year four times. She was Plymouth City Tennis Director for over 30 years. The current tennis facility in Plymouth is named after her. She started as the PHS Athletic Secretary in 1987 and has been the Assistant AD for 10 years.
She will officially retire from PHS athletics in March.