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September 25, 2013

The PHS Boys Tennis team keeps rolling as they defeated Goshen 4-1. By winning, Plymouth moves into a 3 way tie with Concord and Warsaw going into tonight’s first round of the NLC tournament.  The first and second round will be help at Plymouth with a start time of approximately 4:00pm.


The PHS Boys Soccer team fell to Concord 6-2.   Plymouth falls to 3-8-2 on the season.  Here’s a look at the scoring summary.

First Half:

               C – Jared Long – 8th minute

               C – Jared Long – 27th  minute

               C – Nathaneal Rich – 40th minute

Second Half:

               C – Drew Wysong – 48th minute

               C – Julio Solano – 53rd minute

               C – #24 – 66th minute

               P – Blake Milliser – 74th minute

               P – Clay Marshall (Trevor Neidlinger) – 77th minute

Shots on Goal:  Plymouth – 11, Concord – 17

Saves: Plymouth (Lee) –7 (Stone) – 4,   Concord (Saleh) – 8


The 7th grade Lincoln Football team faced an uphill battle last night on their away trip to Wawasee.  After spotting the Warriors 14 points in the games first three minutes, the team adjusted on both offense and defense to right the ship.  From that point forward, Lincoln scored 18 uncontested points on runs by Blake Reed and Austen McMillan to secure the lead entering the half.

The second half was a tense battle of defense until the final 1:30.  Wawasee drove 45 yards to the Lincoln 25 yard line and had a first down with :38 seconds remaining.  After a quick timeout, the Rockie defense responded with a 100 yard interception return for a touchdown by Jake Deacon.  Two quick defensive stops later, Lincoln were 24-14 winners.  The Rockies play again on Thursday night against Wawasee at the PHS field at 5:00.  The 7th graders are now 4-2 on the season.


The 8th grade volleyball team improved to 8 and 0 with 2 victories over Tippi Valley last night.  The scores for the first match were 25-8, 25-10.  The scores for the second match were 25-8, 25-9.

Leaders for the first match were:

Setting:  Bailey Eveland and Kendall Rhodes
Passing: Kenzie Scheetz, Kenzie Quissell,  Alli Andrews, and Cortni Cook
Hitting: Kenzie Scheetz, Kenzie Quissell, Bailey Eveland, Kendall Rhodes, and Alli Andrews
Serving: Kenzie Quissel with 13 points and 8 aces; Kendall Rhodes, and Cortni Cook

Leaders for the second match were:

Setting:  Bailey Eveland and Kendall Rhodes
Passing:  Jewell Brown and Audrey HImes
Hitting:  Audrey Himes, Kirsten Nault, Jillian Miller
Serving:  Alexis Mcvicker with 13 aces and Jillian Miller with 9 aces

The team plays today at 5:30 against Urey Middle School.