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Pilgrims never look back in win over Winamac

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December 6, 2017
Pilgrims never look back in win over Winamac

PLYMOUTH – A defense that had Winamac out of sorts for an entire evening led Plymouth’s Pilgrims to a 47-33 win at home. “Definitely still not where we want to be but the effort tonight was there,” said Plymouth coach Ryan Bales. “The (Calvin) Larkin kid is capable of going crazy offensively. We wanted...
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Justin Grant Joins TOPP Motorsports Team for 2018 USAC AMSOIL National Sprint Car Season

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December 5, 2017
Justin Grant Joins TOPP Motorsports Team for 2018 USAC AMSOIL National Sprint Car Season

TOPP Motorsports is proud to announce that seasoned sprint car driver Justin Grant has joined the team. Coming off of a top three finish in both driver and owner points independently for USAC National Sprints in 2017, the duo has partnered for the upcoming season to make a run at the USAC National Sprint...
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Red Storm eighth falls to Milford

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December 4, 2017

Red Storm eighth falls to Milford PLYMOUTH – The 8th grade Red Storm boys B team took on Milford on Monday night at home. The team tried hard but lost with a final score of 40-18. Matt Manzuk led the team scoring eight points. William Kinston, Cristian Quintana, Blake Bowling, and DeVante Garcia all...
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Lincoln seventh second at Valparaiso

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December 4, 2017

Lincoln seventh second at Valparaiso VALPARAISO – The Lincoln junior high boys seventh grade team traveled to Benjamin Franklin Middle School in Valpo over the weekend to compete in a four way tourney. The Red Storm took on Grimmer in the first game winning 47-36 and falling to Ben Franklin in the final. Easton...
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Culver wins at Winamac super duals

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December 4, 2017

Wrestling Culver wins at Winamac super duals WINAMAC – The Culver Military Academy wrestling team won the Winamac 8-way Duals on Saturday. CMA finished 5-0 and had six wrestlers finish unbeaten individually. Team scores: CMA 57, West Central 15; CMA 60, Frontier 18; CMA 52, Winamac 24; CMA 60, Clinton Prairie 24; CMA 48,...
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Plymouth High School Baseball Team Hosts Annual Paddle Auction Saturday, December 9, 2017

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December 3, 2017
Plymouth High School Baseball Team Hosts Annual Paddle Auction Saturday, December 9, 2017

Saturday December 9, the Plymouth High School baseball team will hold their annual Baseball Paddle Auction in the Plymouth High School cafeteria. Doors open at 4 p.m. with the auction starting at 5 p.m. Food and desserts will be available for purchase during the auction which starts at 5 p.m. Proceeds generated will go...
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Pilgrims out hustled by Adams

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December 1, 2017
Pilgrims out hustled by Adams

PLYMOUTH – Plymouth’s Pilgrims were defeated in one real category but it was the only category that mattered in the end as they fell to South Bend Adams by a 63-53 final at home. “We got flat out got out worked,” said Plymouth coach Ryan Bales. “We can deal with losing around here but...
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Triton eighth runs past Rochester

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December 1, 2017

Triton eighth runs past Rochester BOURBON – Triton’s eighth grade boys basketball team defeated Rochester by a 45-14 final. After the 1st quarter the Trojans led 25-0. Triton’s Tyson Yates threw down a game high 13 points Bruce Johnson had nine and Gavin Butler contributed two treys and a basket off the bench for...
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Triton seventh defeats Rochester

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December 1, 2017

Triton seventh defeats Rochester BOURBON – Triton’s seventh graders defeated Rochester 29-20. Triton was paced by Chandler Westafer’s three baskets, one three pointer, and two free throws. Cameron Shively added 8 points. Triton is now 4-2.
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Seventh takes win over Argos

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December 1, 2017

Seventh takes win over Argos ARGOS – Lincoln’s seventh grade basketball team took a 45-16 win on the road at Argos. The Red Storm was led in scoring by Easton Strain with 18 points. Nolan Bales added 13. Connor Schmeidlin chipped in five of his own, while Davis Wray and Trey Hall each had...
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