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9/19/12 Scoreboard

September 20, 2012
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The Plymouth Lady Pilgrim Volleyball team won three straight sets against Bremen last night,  25-16; 25-20; 25-20.   Leading in Kills were Andrea Shook with 12, Amber Redinger right behind with 11.  Plymouth improves to 10-12 on the season.

 

The Plymouth Rockie freshman football team defeated Elkhart Memorial Wednesday night 49-0.  Quarterback Jack Barron led the young Rockie attack by scoring 3 rushing TD’s while throwing for another to Bodie Neidig.  Cam Eveland scored the other offensive touchdown on a 9 yard run.  The Rockie defense came up with another outstanding performance with their fourth shutout in five games.  The Plymouth opposition has been held to seven points all season.  Leading the Rockie defense was Josh Salyers with several tackles for loss, Matt Friar with an interception,  Jeremy Splix with a fumble recovery for a touchdown, and Barron with a 70 interception return for another score.  Plymouth improves to 5-0 on the year and will host Wawasee next Thursday at 5:30.

 

On Wednesday, Lincoln’s Red Storm 7th grade volleyball team hosted Urey. The team won both matches.  The scores for the first match were 25-24 and 25-20.  The scores for the second match were 25-8 and 25-6.

Leaders for the matches were:
Setting:  Kendall Rhodes and Bailey Eveland
Passing:  Makenzie Quissel and Olivia Emmons
Hitting: McKenzie Scheetz and Audrey Himes
Serving: Leah Smith and Jillian Miller
The team is now 9 and 0 and travel to Rochester on Monday.

On Wednesday, Lincoln’s Red Storm 8th grade volleyball team traveled to Urey and came away with 2 wins.  Scores for the first match were 25-10, 25-15.  Scores for the second match were 25-7, 25-5.  Leaders for the matches were:

Serving:  Alli Dennie served 14 points in a row to secure the first match.  Also serving well for Lincoln were                   Ashley Harrell, Cassie McPherron, and Emily Hoffer
Hitting:  Nicole Horvath,  Adrianna Horvath, Cassie McPherron, LJ Singleton
Passing:  Kennedy Snyder,  Brittany Splix
Setting:  Ashley Harrell, LJ Singleton
The team is now 8 and 1 and travel to Indian Springs on Saturday for the Indian Springs Invitational.

 

Tuesday night the Rockies of Lincoln defeated the visitors from Wawasee by a score of 8-6.  The first half saw the Rockies losing the field position battle, but only surrendering 6 points after being faced with a short field.  In the second half the Rockie defense again stood tall and the offense put two sustained drives together with the second drive resulting in a score with a little over three minutes left.  Kaden McCrammer ran over and through the Wawasee defense on his way to the 19 yard score.  The extra point try was missed setting up a thrilling ending.   The kick-off sailed deep and the visitors were starting from their own 21 yard line. After 2 sacks and a penalty, Jarred Hurford broke through the line and drilled the opposing quarterback in the end zone for a saftey.  He was assisted by John Shenk and a host of other defenders.  After an onside free kick, Luke Houin led the team through the victory formation and the Rockies raised their record to 3-2.  The 7th grade  Rockies continue their season Thursday night at Wawasee.

 

On Tuesday, the Red Storm traveled to Warsaw to face Edgewood MS. The runners faced a tough battle with Rachel Crawford placing 2nd for the girls with a time of 12:42, with Katelyn Carothers, and Tia Freshour close behind. Jeffrey Oliver led the boys team with a time of  12:25 with Shane Pursch and Jordan Morrow on his heels.

On Wednesday, the Red Storm took on Knox during an awesome meet at the park! Plymouth girls took first with Rachel Crawford leading the pack with a time of 11:58, while Kaitlyn Carothers took second with a 12:30. Tia Freshour claimed third with a time of 13:02, with Kyndel Grove, Alyssa Solis, Pamela Rosas, and Rachael Dodson close behind. Jeffrey Oliver claimed first place for the boys team with a time of 11:40, while Shane Pursch took third with a time of 11:48. Jordan Morrow took 5th with a time of 12:17, while Chris Noodwang, Daniel Stauffer, Micah Calhoun, and Zach Moser took 6th through 9th place. Excellent races for both the boys and girls teams tonight! Congratulations runners! Come watch the Red Storm at CMA on Saturday 9 AM.

 

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