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PLYMOUTH - In the course of the season it is moving forward that is the test and while the results were disappointing in a loss in the home opener to New Prairie 46-29.

LOGANSPORT - The Plymouth Lady Pilgrim Basketball team made their last road trip of 2019 Monday night hitting the road and traveling to Logansport. It was a good trip as the Pilgrims easily downed the Berries 64-27. 

PLYMOUTH - It was exactly the type of game that Triton's Lady Trojans wanted but Plymouth out dueled them in a 38-22 win in the Lady Pilgrims first home game of the season.

HAMLET — It's a common theme when you talk to a great coach about his career. Their success is always somebody else's fault and it's for a very good reason — the great coaches know that it took a lot of very special and very dedicated athletes — and parents along the way to get you where you are.

HAMLET — Oregon-Davis #6 ranked (1A) Lady Cats took a big win on a Friday night defeating LaVille by an 85-28 final, but not to bury the lead, it marked win number 400 for Oregon-Davis head coach Terry Minix, a milestone reached by only eight other current girls coaches in Indiana.

GOSHEN — Plymouth’s co-champs of the NLC placed six first team members on the all conference squad and Rockie coach John Barron shares coach of the year honors in the NLC.

MISHAWAKA - Although it was not an ‘A’, the Plymouth girls basketball team still received high marks in an early season test Thursday night.

NEW CARLISLE - If there was a script for a perfect championship game Plymouth and New Prairie played it out on Friday, they only thing that could have been better for Rockie fans would have been a happy ending at they fell to the Cougars by a 35-27 final.

SOUTH BEND - Buckle up Plymouth basketball fans because if the rest of the season goes like the girls opening game did, it’s going to be a wild ride.

CULVER - In a world of win-at-all-costs athletic programs oftentimes led by overzealous coaches, here is a feel-good story you will want to hear.

SOUTH BEND - After a physical, scoreless first-half, Argos soccer fans were singing in the rain by the end of the second as the Dragons defeated the Lakewood Park Christian Panthers, 2-0, to win the Class A high school boys semi-state friendly at South Bend Saint Joseph High School Saturday.

PLYMOUTH — It was a strange contest at Plymouth in round one of IHSAA playoff action as the Rockies came away with their highest point total of the year in a 54-28 win over Kankakee Valley.

ARGOS — When Argos takes the field on for semi-state action on Saturday it will be another in a long line of successful seasons the school has had in the sport of soccer over the years.

Members of Culver Academies' administrative team and athletics department were invited to speak to the IHSAA Executive Committee on October 10 in response to a violation of Rule 15-2.5. To quote the minutes from the IHSAA Executive Committee meeting on June 21, the ”boys basketball program c…

The second season for high school football begins this Friday with sectional openers in five of the six classes. (Class 6A begins Nov. 1) Besides every team starting over in the state tourney, the reshuffling of sectional alignments has added some new teams to the mix for area teams - with s…

NAPPANEE — It was a disappointing end to Plymouth's season with road loss at NorthWood's Jim Andrews Field by a final of 40-20.

BREMEN - The postseason is a new season and the Bremen volleyball team took advantage of it Thursday night.

INDIANAPOLIS — The 47th Annual IHSAA Football State Tournament presented by the Indianapolis Colts is set to begin Oct. 25 with first-round games in all classes except 6A which has the week off. Sectional semifinal games will be played on Nov. 1, sectional championship games on Nov. 8, regio…

SOUTH BEND - South Bend Adams broke open a tie ball game with three second-half goals in five minutes to defeat Plymouth, 4-2, in the Class 3A Sectional 3 boys soccer championship game at TCU School Field Saturday.

PLYMOUTH — A cold and rainy night in Indiana fall has not always been good for Plymouth facing off with Goshen in football but on this night, the Rockies would take care of business and move one step closer to an NLC title with a senior night win 36-6.


PLYMOUTH - With a fourth "key" game in a row in the rearview and another just up ahead Plymouth's Rockies have some other unique hurdles as they come down the home stretch of the season.

CULVER - Marshall County supremacy - and a spot in the high school boys tennis regional finals - was on the line Tuesday afternoon as Culver Academy and Bremen met up at the Gable Tennis Complex.

PLYMOUTH — In a game that had a little bit of everything, it was Plymouth who had a little more as they held on to take a 27-23 win over #3 ranked (5A) Concord.

BREMEN - The Bremen boys tennis program last won a sectional title in 2003. When Plymouth moved into the same bracket a few years ago, the prospects of getting another one became even more of a challenge.


BREMEN — Bremen’s Lions moved on to round two of sectional action at the DeSantis Courts in Bremen shutting out Triton in the opening match 5-0.


WALKERTON — Although sectionals for high school volleyball are still two weeks away, local fans were treated to a playoff-quality match Monday night when Plymouth traveled to John Glenn.


SYRACUSE — The change of schedule didn't throw off the Plymouth Rockies as they lit up the scoreboard early and often in taking a 35—0 win at Wawasee.


CULVER - In spite of the rain on Saturday morning, the show must go on when it comes to the NLC Tennis Tourney. The tourney finished indoors on the campus of Culver Academy. The final round of the tourney began a couple hours late, but it was finally completed in the early evening hours Saturday.


The Friday night lights provided by Mother Nature have forced the rescheduling of some weekend games around the area.


PLYMOUTH — The Rockie Girl’s Soccer team was able to finish a game Wednesday night they actually started a couple of weeks back. Goshen was back in town Wednesday night to play the second half of the game that was originally disrupted and postponed by lightning.


BREMEN — Bremen topped the Indiana football map in 1994 when the Lions captured the IHSAA Class 2A Football State Championship.

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FULTON — Bigger, Faster, Stronger, and more depth played a crucial role as Class 2A #9-ranked LaVille defeated Caston 63-0 in high school football Friday at the Comet Crater.

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