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Plymouth opens with thrilling road win

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November 5, 2019
Plymouth opens with thrilling road win

SOUTH BEND -  Claire Tanner made two clutch free throws with 5.8 seconds left and Mary Kate Flynn’s defensive stop in the final second led the Lady Pilgrims to a thrilling 47-46 victory over South Bend Washington Tuesday night in the season opener for both squads. After a Tanner reverse layup to start the...
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Defense and running game spur Rockie win

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November 1, 2019
Defense and running game spur Rockie win

PLYMOUTH — At this point in the football season it’s about living to fight another day, and while there were not a lot of offensive style points in the middle of the game Plymouth’s Rockies live to fight another day with a 28-12 win over South Bend St. Joe. “Our defense was really big...
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Argos wins state soccer title

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November 1, 2019
Argos wins state soccer title

  FISHERS – After a 41-year wait, Argos claimed the high school boys soccer state championship, this time by defeating Indianapolis Lutheran, 2-1, at Fishers High School Friday night. “I don’t know if it’s sunk in yet, but it feels really good,” said Argos head coach Todd VanDerWeele. “They deserve it. It’s been a...
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Battle-tested Indians come to Plymouth Friday night

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October 31, 2019
Battle-tested Indians come to Plymouth Friday night

PLYMOUTH — Last Friday’s win in round one of playoff action for 11th-ranked (Class 4A) Plymouth was one that the Rockies were in solid control of from the opening kick and any concerns were dealt with early in the week. “The areas of concern from last Friday were things that we haven’t normally had a...
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Just part of the family, Roque plays for his team

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October 31, 2019
Just part of the family, Roque plays for his team

ARGOS — Most teams go as far as their point-guard will take them. The sport of soccer doesn’t technically have a point-guard, but Argos’ Chino Roque may get the conversation started. The Dragons outstanding senior forward leads the team in goals with 21 on the season, but it’s another stat that he is most...
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CGA’s Allen on to state

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October 27, 2019

CGA’s Allen on to state NEW CARLISLE – Culver Academy’s Lexi Allen placed 13th overall at the New Prairie Northern Semi-state meet Saturday to qualify for the state meet next weekend in Terre Haute. Her time was 19:16. CGA finished 11th as a team. Allen’s teammate, Marissa Rivera, was 25th overall (19:34) and Plymouth’s...
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Warnholtz’s season ends in semis

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October 27, 2019

Warnholtz’s season ends in semis INDIANAPOLIS – Culver Academy’s Nikolas Warnholtz-Deck lost in the high school boys state semifinals Saturday. The CMA senior finishes his season with a record of 22-5 after losing, 6-2, 6-3, to Perry Meridian senior Sajin Smith. The match was played indoors due to rain. Smith (27-1) later lost in...
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Understudies step up big in win for Rockies

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October 26, 2019
Understudies step up big in win for Rockies

PLYMOUTH — It was a strange contest at Plymouth in round one of IHSAA playoff action as the Rockies came away with their highest point total of the year in a 54-28 win over Kankakee Valley. In his first start at quarterback Jake Reichard had guided the Plymouth offense to a 16-0 lead in just...
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Redinger, Dragons focus on wins not stats

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October 24, 2019
Redinger, Dragons focus on wins not stats

ARGOS — When Argos takes the field on for semi-state action on Saturday it will be another in a long line of successful seasons the school has had in the sport of soccer over the years. The first actual public school soccer program was started by the Dragons in the early ’60s. The first...
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Rockies looking for rebound in week one of the playoffs

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October 24, 2019
Rockies looking for rebound in week one of the playoffs

PLYMOUTH — A week ago stopping the run was a problem for the Plymouth defense at times. Still, the Rockies found themselves in familiar territory with a chance to win a game in the final two minutes. “We battled back last week and at one point were in position to take the lead, or at...
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Statement from Culver Academy regarding the IHSAA ruling

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October 22, 2019

Members of Culver Academies’ administrative team and athletics department were invited to speak to the IHSAA Executive Committee on October 10 in response to a violation of Rule 15-2.5. To quote the minutes from the IHSAA Executive Committee meeting on June 21, the ”boys basketball program conducted an open workout outside the prescribed period...
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Two Rockies tabbed for All NLC soccer

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October 22, 2019

Two Rockies tabbed for All NLC soccer GOSHEN— Plymouth’s Rockies placed two members of their 2019 squad on the all NLC team. Sophomore Selvin Pagoada was voted to the first team all conference while senior Brian Licona was named honorable mention. Northridge won the team championship with a record of 6-0-1. Brad Duerksen of...
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Lady Rockies place six on All NLC list

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October 22, 2019

Lady Rockies place six on All NLC list GOSHEN — The Northern Lakes Conference has named their all-conference squad for the 2019 girls soccer season and Plymouth landed six on the list including four players on the first team. Sophomore Aubrey Vervynckt along with juniors Claudia Marohn, Lindsay Janus and Amber Schrameyer head up the...
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Three Lady Pilgrims named All NLC

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October 22, 2019

Three Lady Pilgrims named All NLC GOSHEN — Plymouth put three members of the Lady Pilgrim volleyball squad on the all NLC team for the 2019 season. Making the first team was Avery Christy and Alaina Clady and Kenzie Snyder were named honorable mention. NorthWood was unbeaten in conference play and Lady Panther coach...
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IHSAA places Culver Academy boys basketball on a years probation

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October 21, 2019

IHSAA places Culver Academy boys basketball on a years probation INDIANAPOLIS — The IHSAA has announced that penalties have been assessed to Culver Academy’s boy’s basketball team for undisclosed violations after a meeting with school administrators during the Oct. 10 meeting of the IHSAA Executive Committee. Commissioner Bobby Cox announced the penalties related to...
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Rockies endure disappointing road loss

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October 19, 2019
Rockies endure disappointing road loss

NAPPANEE — It was a disappointing end to Plymouth’s season with road loss at NorthWood’s Jim Andrews Field by a final of 40-20. The loss puts a tie atop the NLC final standings as Concord was a winner at Warsaw. Both Plymouth and the Minutemen finishing with 6-1 record. The tone of the game...
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Dragons stay focused for ninth straight sectional title

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October 14, 2019

ARGOS — In sectional action in any sport team’s that take an opponent for granted usually go home. Argos heeded that warning and came away with another boy’s soccer sectional championship for their efforts. It’s the team’s ninth straight sectional title. The Dragons took a 6-0 win over Caston in the final and while...
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Rockies pick up road win at Goshen

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October 14, 2019

Rockies pick up road win at Goshen GOSHEN — The JV Rockies took to the cold fall air at Goshen High School and came home with a 14-6 victory. Leading the offense was Zach Masterson, Brady Pittman, Kaitlin Heiny and the whole offensive line. Brady Pittman had one rushing towuchdown with Masterson throwing to Devante...
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CMA edged by Manchester

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October 14, 2019

CMA edged by Manchester CULVER – After upsetting No. 3 FW Concordia Lutheran in the sectional semifinals, Culver Academy lost to No. 9 Manchester, 4-3, in the Sectional 22 final Saturday to finish the season at 12-4-1.
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CMA ousted, Bremen duo playing

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October 14, 2019

CMA ousted, Bremen duo playing CULVER – Munster defeated Culver Academy, 4-1, at semistate Saturday to end the Eagles’ fine season. Nico Warnholtz won his match at No. 1 and advances as an individual and will play on Friday, Oct. 25 at Park Tudor HS. Bremen’s doubles team of Shay Kyser and Mason Porter...
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