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Archive for February, 2018

Moser wins diving, CMA third at Sectional

February 18, 2018
Moser wins diving, CMA third at Sectional

WARSAW – Plymouth’s Justin Moser led the way for the Plymouth boys swim team as he captured the individual title in diving at the Warsaw swim sectional on Saturday. Moser had a top score of 235.25 in the semi-finals and topped it with a 331.15 in the finals to best senior Travis Shull of...
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Plymouth Junior League 2018 Registration Information

February 18, 2018

Plymouth Junior League 2018 Registration Information PLYMOUTH – Children aged 4-16 (must be 4 by May 1/ must not be 17 before May 1) are eligible to participate in the Plymouth Junior League baseball program. Online registration is available by going to our new PJLB website at http://pjlb.activesports.com/ click on the Register tab on...
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Argos runs past North Miami

February 17, 2018

Argos runs past North Miami DENVER – Argos boys basketball team got 19 points from Ian Kindig on the way to a big win over North Miami 65-35. Lukas VanDerWeele had 15, Sam Manikowski added 11 and Owen Nifong 10 for Argos. •ARGOS 65, N. MIAMI 35 At North Miami Argos 18 26 44...
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Culver falls to South Central

February 17, 2018

Culver falls to South Central CULVER – Culver’s Cavs dropped a decision to South Central by a 65-48 final. Kia Riale hit for 29 points, five rebounds and three steals for the Cavs. Owen Valiquet added nine. •SOUTH CENTRAL 65, CULVER 48 At Culver SC 17 35 50 65 Culver 8 16 28 48...
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LaVille runs the table in HNAC

February 17, 2018

LaVille runs the table in HNAC LAKEVILLE – LaVille’s Lancers ended their conference season with a perfect 7-0 mark taking a 64-19 win over Caston. It’s the first outright conference title for LaVille since 1982. Jacob Good had 20 to pace the Lancers followed by Luke Beehler with 12. The Lancers are now 21-0...
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Pilgrims lose heartbreaker at Huntington

February 17, 2018
Pilgrims lose heartbreaker at Huntington

HUNTINGTON — A slow start ended with a classic finish as Plymouth’s Pilgrims dug themselves a 17-point hole in the first quarter — only to claw back to within one basket of a win — falling on a buzzer beater to Huntington by a 51-48 final. Trailing in the second period by a 22-5...
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Jana’s Gymnasts Compete in Largest Meet in World

February 16, 2018
Jana’s Gymnasts Compete in Largest Meet in World

Jana’s Gymnastics braved the weather to compete in the largest gymnastics meet in the world in Chicago on February 10th.  The meet was held in the festival hall at Navy Pier and included more than 4,000 gymnasts. There were Olympians on hand to sign autographs and hand out awards, including 2016 Olympian, Laurie Hernandez....
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Donnelly-Supported Legislation to Protect Amateur Athletes from Sexual Abuse Signed Into Law

February 16, 2018
Donnelly-Supported Legislation to Protect Amateur Athletes from Sexual Abuse Signed Into Law

Bipartisan legislation that U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly helped introduce and pass in the Senate last fall to protect amateur athletes from sexual abuse was signed into law today by President Trump. The Protecting Young Victims from Sexual Abuse and Safe Sport Authorization Act requires amateur athletics governing bodies to report sex-abuse allegations immediately to law enforcement or...
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Walorski Urges HHS Secretary to Improve Communication Between State Opioid Databases

February 16, 2018
Walorski Urges HHS Secretary to Improve Communication Between State Opioid Databases

U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) Thursday urged Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Alex Azar to examine ways to improve communication among state prescription drug monitoring databases (PDMPs) in order to better prevent opioid overprescribing and identify patients in need of addiction treatment. “While state PDMPs are important, they have trouble with a group...
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Marshall County Could See Some Flooding from Rain

February 16, 2018
Marshall County Could See Some Flooding from Rain

Significant rainfall this weekend into early next week could cause some flooding issues, according to Marshall County Emergency Management.  If you live in an area that is prone to flooding, you should be taking protective action now. An extended rainfall event could bring as much as an inch or more of rain to the...
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