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Ancilla’s Jackson Wins Pitching Duel against Muskegon

April 11, 2011
Ancilla’s Jackson Wins Pitching Duel against Muskegon

DONALDSON – A return to form by Ancilla College pitcher Tyler Jackson helped the Chargers earn a split against MCCAA rivals Muskegon Community College on Saturday, winning 2-1 in Game 1 and losing 3-2 in Game 2. Jackson pitched a complete game for Ancilla (8-17, 5-6 MCCAA), allowing just one run on five hits...
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2nd Annual Cabin Fever 200 at Plymouth Speedway

April 11, 2011
2nd Annual Cabin Fever 200 at Plymouth Speedway

04/12/11  This past weekend the Plymouth Speedway hosted three classes of cars from the Champion Racing Association. They included the late model sportsman, street stocks, and front wheel drive compacts. The pits were full of cars and haulers and many fans graced the sunny grandstands. The action got underway with five hours of practice...
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Chargers Finish Sixth at KVCC Early Bird

April 8, 2011
Chargers Finish Sixth at KVCC Early Bird

AUGUSTA, MI – The Ancilla College golf team finished sixth at the Kalamazoo Valley Community College Early Bird, held at Stonehedge South Golf Course on Thursday. The Chargers shot 380 as a team, led by freshman Zach Schumacher’s round of 83. Schmacher finished in the top 25, individually.  He was seven strokes behind the...
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Ancilla Picks Up First Conference Win!

April 8, 2011
Ancilla Picks Up First Conference Win!

DONALDSON, INDIANA – Two Michigan Community College Athletic Association (MCCAA) Western Conference softball teams met at Ancilla College, both looking for their first wins in conference. Both were successful, as Ancilla (11-11, 1-7 MCCAA) split a double header with Glen Oaks Community College (5-14, 1-9 MCCAA). The visiting Vikings won the first game 11-1,...
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Pilgrims flex offensive muscle in season opening win: 14-10 over South Central

April 6, 2011
Pilgrims flex offensive muscle in season opening win: 14-10 over South Central

Although the game didn’t quite start out the way Head Coach Tony Plothow had hoped for, chasing 5-0 after the first two innings, his Pilgrims woke up the bats with 5 runs combined in the third and fourth innings to climb back into the ballgame. “We looked like we were playing our first game...
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Chargers Place Fifth at Ancilla College Invitational

April 5, 2011
Chargers Place Fifth at Ancilla College Invitational

PLYMOUTH – The Ancilla College golf team finished fifth at the season opening Ancilla College Invitational at Swan Lake Resort Silver Course on Monday. The Chargers shot 351 as a team, led by freshman Zach Schumacher’s round of 77. Schmacher finished just four strokes off the lead, as Grand Rapids Community College golfer Garrett...
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Copp Continues Dominance as Ancilla Splits with Mott

April 4, 2011
Copp Continues Dominance as Ancilla Splits with Mott

DONALDSON – Ancilla pitcher Josh Copp continued to shutout the opposition as Ancilla College split a doubleheader with visiting Mott Community College on Saturday, winning 3-0 in Game 1 and losing 6-0 in Game 2. Copp claimed his third victory of the season, surrendering just four hits and two walks in four innings of...
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Chargers Earn Split with Defending Conference Champs Kellogg

April 1, 2011
Chargers Earn Split with Defending Conference Champs Kellogg

DONALDSON – The Ancilla College baseball team split a doubleheader with defending MCCAA champions Kellogg Community College on Thursday, losing 5-1 in Game 1 and winning 2-1 in Game 2 at Charger Field. Brice Kline took the loss in Game 1, pitching six solid innings and allowing just two earned runs on seven hits....
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Ancilla Softball suffers conference losses

April 1, 2011
Ancilla Softball suffers conference losses

DONALDSON, INDIANA – The Ancilla College softball team lost their second set of Michigan Community College Athletic Association (MCCAA) Western Conference games to Lake Michigan College by scores of 8-7 and 8-3. In the first game, Ancilla overcame a 5-1 deficit by scoring seven unanswered runs before giving up their 7-5 lead in the...
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PHS basketball will go a different route with next years Head Coach

March 30, 2011
PHS basketball will go a different route with next years Head Coach

Plymouth Community School Corporation announced they will be searching for a new head basketball coach for next year in a press release issued through the PHS Athletic Office.   The release stated that Kevin Stuckmeyer resigned his head coaching position.   Mr. Stuckmeyer will remain a teacher at the High School. Stuckmeyer ends his three year...
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