The Plymouth JV Football team held on for a 18-14 win over Northwood. They finished the season 8-1 and JV NLC Champs.
SB Riley’s Singles player Aaron Zaderej, a senior, beat Plymouth’s Senior Gabe Vervynckt, 6-0, 6-2, in the high school tennis semi-state round. Vervynkt had a splended season becoming the most recent PHS tennis player to ever reach the Regionals in singles play since 1995.
Lincoln’s Red Storm 8th grade volleyball team won the Northeast Lakes Middle School Conference (NELMSC) tourney last Saturday. The team defeated a very talented Milford team 25-18 and 25-17.
The team faced Warsaw Lakeview in the finals. It was a battle for the first 15 points, then Lincoln pulled away to win the first game 25-17. The second game started out with Lincoln down but they responded after a time-out and won 25-14. It was a great win for Lincoln, as Lincoln has not won the conference tourney in several years. A big “shout out” goes to the prep team, they are an awesome group of girls who prepared the starters, the hard work of the prep team made Lincoln a great team!! Great job Lincoln 8th grade Red Storm volleyball team. Leaders for the day were:
Setting: LJ Singleton and Ashley Harrell
Passing and Digging: Kennedy Snyder, Allie Dennie, Ashley Harrell, Anna Bockman, Emily Hoffer
Hitting: LJ Singleton, Nicole Horvath, Anna Bockman, Allie Dennie, Ashley Harrell, and Erin Hunter
Serving: LJ Singleton, Kennedy Snyder, Anna Bockman
Blocking: Nicole Horvath
The team is now 22 and 2 and hosts Laville on Monday.
The 7th grade Lincoln Redstorm volleyball team won the NLC conference championship on Saturday which marked the first time a Lincoln volleyball team had won a conference championship in almost 10 years. They brought home the plaque and maintained their perfect 20-0 record. In the first match, played on Wednesday night against Whitco, the ladies won in two games. The first game was 25-20 and the second game was 15 to 25 to advance them in the tourny on Saturday.
Zach Stockman got the Dragons on the board in the 15th minute of the first half to make it 2-1 and it stayed that way through the half.
In the second half, Argos got two goals from Damon Binkley, another from Stockman and the final goal from Dominic Cataldo in the 75th minute to put it away.
Argos advances with a 19-1-1 record.
Oak Hill Gerritt Taylor (PK)
Oak Hill Austin Anderson (Jake Evans)
Argos Zach Stockman (Josiah Osborn)
Oak Hill Evans
Argos Damon Binkley (PK)
Argos Binkley (Spencer Van Der Weele)
Argos Dominic Cataldo (Binkley)
Shots on goal: Argos-6, Oak Hill-6
Saves: Argos-3 (Jacob Mechling), Oak Hill-1 (Jace Martin)
Fouls: Argos-13, Oak Hill-16
Corners: Argos 5, Oak Hill 2