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Kathy Bottorff


CMA wrestling invitational

January 24, 2015

WRESTLING CULVER INVITIATIONAL at Culver Academies TEAM SCORES: South Bend Riley 290, Delphi 240, Penn 236.50, Culver Military Academy 194.50, Elkhart Central 182, Mishawaka Marian 164.50, LaPorte 141.50, Calumet 77, Hammond Baptist 53, Gary West Side 43. TOP THREE INDIVUALS: 106: Darnell Anderson (Riley), Evan Lehr (Delphi), Josh Santos (EC). 113: Bryton Goering (Riley),...
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CGA over Western Reserve

January 24, 2015

GIRLS BASKETBALL CULVER GIRLS ACADEMY 57, WESTERN RESERVE 36 At Culver Invitational consolation WRA (36): Sarah Forhan 1, Abby King 17, Catherine Berry 3, Hannah Mckenzie 0, Abigail Wyman 0, Julia Gasparre 8, Sydney King 0, Annie McArn 0, Zoe Leciejewski 7, Felicity White 0, Kristina Kaszei 0, Brooke  Hovan 0. Totals: 9-5 3/5...
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Eagles take win over Canterbury

January 24, 2015

BOYS BASKETBALL CULVER MILITARY 66, F.W. CANTERBURY 52 at Culver Invitational championship Canterbury (52): Justuss Boice 0, Jalen Paul 11, Jimmy Schantz 3, Christian Kreiger 18, Justin Frey 0, Cam Kreiger 0, Nathan White 2, Jack Wojewuczki 3, Michael Brothers 0, Andrew Kus 11, Reed Belcher 0, Tanner Camp 4. Totals: 13-5 11/15 52....
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CMA hockey beats New Trier

January 24, 2015

CULVER MILITARY (A) 2, NEW TRIER (Ill.) 2at CulverFirst PeriodCMA – Peyton Frantti (Brennan Coulson, Jackson Badalich) 1:35.Third PeriodCMA – Frantti (Hunter Tuggle, Badalich) 12:32.NT – Brent Segovich (unassisted) 5:56.NT – Segovich (Bradley Glass) 2:11.Goalies: Lucas Merrick (CMA), John Junge (NT).
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Lady Pilgrims pick up another home win

January 24, 2015

PLYMOUTH – The grass is definitely greener on the home side of the fence for Plymouth’s Lady Pilgrims as they continued their home stand with another big win over Wawasee 51-34.   The final score doesn’t indicate some anxious moments as Plymouth went into the locker room at half time trailing by four. It...
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Letter from PHS Principal to Parents on Sexting

January 23, 2015
Letter from PHS Principal to Parents on Sexting

Letter from Plymouth High School Principal Jim Condon to parents concerning the “sexting” issue at the high school: Parents,   We do our best to be proactive in our communication with you concerning the events that occur at PHS. We celebrate the fantastic accomplishments of our students. Simultaneously, we would be in error if...
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PHS to Host Debate Invitational Season Tournament Saturday

January 23, 2015
PHS to Host Debate Invitational Season Tournament Saturday

This Saturday, the Plymouth High School Speech and Debate Team will be hosting a Debate Invitational Season Tournament here at the high school from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Everyone is welcome to stop by and check out some of the competitions! Close to 15 Michiana schools will be here competing. They expect close...
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Tyree Discusses Menominee Playground

January 23, 2015
Tyree Discusses Menominee Playground

Plymouth Schools Superintendent Daniel Tyree said he is excited about getting a playground started where children with disabilities can play along with their peers. It was announced on Tuesday of this week that the PTO at Menominee Elementary has purchased new playground equipment that includes at least four activities that can be accessed from...
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2003 Corvette Raffle to benefit the M.C. Neighborhood Center

January 23, 2015
2003 Corvette Raffle to benefit the M.C. Neighborhood Center

Exciting News!! The Marshall County Neighborhood Center is selling raffle tickets to win a 2003 50th Anniversary red Corvette coupe, six speed with a Z 06 engine to benefit the Center! This beautiful corvette only has 1,795 miles and has never been driven in the rain! Only 100 tickets are available for sale and...
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“Girls Who Code” Conduct 1st Meeting

January 23, 2015
“Girls Who Code” Conduct 1st Meeting

“Girls Who Code” had its first club meeting at the Weidner School Of Inquiry on Wednesday, January 21.   This new club is open to girls in grades 6 through12 and is designed to teach girls how to build an app, design a video game and change the world through code. This national non-profit organization is...
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