Northridge at Elkhart Memorial 7:30 pm
Wawasee at Goshen 7:30 pm
Warsaw at Concord 7:30 pm (for NLC TITLE)
Culver at LaVille 7 pm
Jimtown at Triton 7 pm
John Glenn at Bremen 7:30 pm
Knox at New Prairie 7:30 pm
CMA at Fairfield 7:30 pm
In an old fashioned display of hard nosed football, Plymouth defeated Goshen last Saturday by a score of 35-12. The JV football team improves to 6-2 and finishes up their season this Saturday at home against Northwood. 10am start time at the Rockpile.
The Plymouth Rockie freshman football team concluded their season with a hard fought victory over Goshen 14-9 at the Rockpile. The win by the young Rockies pushed their final record to 6-2 and handed the Redskins their first NLC loss of the year. The Plymouth offense was led by their offensive line of Dylan Manuwal, Zack Xaver, Jorge Quintana, Travis Owen and Matt Roeder. The first Rockie touchdown was set up by a fantastic catch by Kyle McGinty setting the stage for a 3 yard run by Tristen McMillen. Nathanal Nixon finished off the Plymouth scoring with a seven yard run. The Plymouth defense then went to work and held the potent Goshen offense out of the end zone to secure the win.
PHS Girls Volleyball defeated a Marshall County rival in Triton, 3-1. Emily Eveland had 14 Kills while Libby Portieus added 13 for the win. Plymouth improve s to 14-16 on the season. They dropped an NLC match against Concord earlier in the week. 3-1 was the final in that one. NOW the Girls set their sites for the Sectionals to be played next week at State ranked Penn. SB Riley will be Plymouth’s first opponent on Tuesday.
ON Wednesday, the Lincoln Red Storm 8th grade volleyball team advanced to the semi-finals of the conference tourney defeating Wawassee 25-16, 25-12. The team plays Saturday at Warsaw Lakeview.