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Plymouth's defense will be under fire on Friday night.

PLYMOUTH - A casual observer would make their own conclusions about Friday's 55-33 Plymouth loss to East Noble, but those who attended might have seen things a little differently.

"There are definitely some positives that we can take from the game last week," said Plymouth head coach John Barron. "We competed at a high level. I don't think our kids showed any quit in them whatsoever."

"We just gave up too many points and our rush defense was very poor."

See the story in The Pilot News

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