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Chargers Halt Skid with Win over IU-Kokomo

December 12, 2011
Chargers Halt Skid with Win over IU-Kokomo

PLYMOUTH – The Ancilla College men’s basketball team snapped a three game losing streak on Saturday with a 94-84 victory over Indiana University-Kokomo at the LifePlex.   The Chargers (6-3) were led by Alexander Hutson’s 21 points and 10 assists, including his buzzer-beating half court shot to close out the first half.   With...
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Tough loss for PHS Swimming

December 9, 2011
Tough loss for PHS Swimming

In last night’s swim meet against Goshen the boys were led by 3 individual victories – Elliot Eads in the 50 free, Jared Hill in the 500 free and Tom Serf in the 100 back. Achieving season bests were Matt Pearson in the 200 and 500 free, Levi Schuler in the 200 free and 100...
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2011 Boys & Girls BI-COUNTY Draw

December 9, 2011

BOYS BI-COUNTY TOURNAMENT DRAW   (Jan.17-21) DATE     GM        SCHEDULE (EASTERN STANDARD TIME)               SITE            ROUND Jan. 17    1           Bremen at Argos,                          8 pm           Argos        First round Jan. 17    2           New Prairie at Oregon-Dav             8 pm       Oregon-Davis   First round Jan. 17...
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United Way to Auction 4 Colts Tickets

December 8, 2011
United Way to Auction 4 Colts Tickets

12/09/11 Jayne Gibson, Executive Director of United Way of Marshall County announced Thursday afternoon that they were given four tickets to the Indianapolis Colts vs. the Tennessee Titans football on Sunday, December 18th.  Game time is 1 p.m. United Way will be on the “What’s Your Opinion Show” Friday morning at 9:45. Gibson wants...
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Former Rockie shines in playoff game for Wabash

December 6, 2011

Mount Union ended Wabash’s playoff run here Saturday with a tough 20-8 win. The Little Giant defensive effort was again outstanding but the offense was not able to sustain drives against DIII football’s best defense. The 12-1 Little Giants finished the season losing to the 10-time national champions but gained experience and respect from...
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Lady Chargers’ Best Performance Falls Short

December 6, 2011
Lady Chargers’ Best Performance Falls Short

PLYMOUTH, INDIANA – The Ancilla College women’s basketball team dropped their final home game of 2011 to Kankakee Community College 67-52. Only six games into the season, the Lady Chargers may still be looking for their first win, but they look to be getting closer. After falling behind 15-2 in the first few minutes,...
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LJHS basketball team gets 8th win

December 6, 2011
LJHS basketball team gets 8th win

The Lincoln boys 7th grade basketball team ran their record to 3-0 in the conference and 8-2 overall with a 44-31 win over Whitko Monday night.  Pacing the Redstorm in scoring was Nick Felke with 14 points, followed by John Gerard with 10 while Ryan Carmichael and David Bacon chipped in with 6 each....
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JV Halftime will be fun for Plymouth 1-3 basketballers!

December 5, 2011
JV Halftime will be fun for Plymouth 1-3 basketballers!

Parents, Grandparents, and friends of Plymouth 1st grade-3rd grade basketball players, are invited to watch your kids play during the following dates: 1st Grade: Tues.,   12/6      (SB St. Joe game) 2nd Grade: Fri.,    12/9       (Peru game) 3rd Grade: Wed., 12/21     (Whitko game)
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Plymouth Swimmers use personal best in win vs New Prairie

December 4, 2011
Plymouth Swimmers use personal best in win vs New Prairie

The PHS Boy’s opened their season last night against New Prairie.  Elliot Eads won the 50 free and Sage Slater and Jordan Wendell went 1and 2 in diving.  Swimmers having personal best times were Matt Pearson in both the 200 and 500 frees,  Levi Schuler in the IM and back, Eads in 50 and...
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First Half Struggles Doom Lady Chargers

December 4, 2011
First Half Struggles Doom Lady Chargers

PLYMOUTH, INDIANA – The Ancilla College women’s basketball team trailed 43-19 at the half on their way to a 75-45 defeat at the hands of visiting Prairie State College. The Lady Chargers struggled through a 26.9% (7-26) shooting effort in the first half and turned the ball over eleven times in that same time...
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