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Plymouth-CMA rematch at Clay

October 5, 2010

SOUTH BEND — With a Northern Lakes Conference title and their 17th straight tennis sectional championship in tow, the Plymouth boys tennis team still has their work cut out for them today.
That’s because they’ll be facing longtime regional rival Culver Military Academy, which continued its own unbroken string of six straight sectional championships with a 4-1 victory over Rochester last Thursday, while South Bend St. Joseph’s will play Penn in the other semifinal of the South Bend Clay Regional at Leeper Park.

Pilgrims win 17th straight sectional title

October 5, 2010

BREMEN — Plymouth won its 17th straight tennis sectional championship with a 5-0 victory over host Bremen at DeSantis Courts Friday.
“We just talked about that there’s no entitlement,” said Plymouth head boys tennis coach Michael Delp. “We just wanted to focus on Bremen like we talked about and play really strong at the beginning of the match.”

New defense lifts LaVille over Triton

October 5, 2010

LAKEVILLE — LaVille’s football team modified its defense this week.
Judging from the results Friday, those changes might just stick.
The Lancers’ defense submitted five turnovers — four fumble recoveries and an interception — along with a safety from defensive tackle Daniel Rensberger and held on for its first Northern State Conference win of the season, a 30-27 victory over the visiting Trojans on Senior Night at Lancer Field.

1st half dooms Rockies

October 5, 2010

ELKHART — Plymouth played even with Concord after the break, but the Minutemen had already put the game away in the first half.
The Rockies outrushed the Minutemen 257 to 220 yards and tallied 15 first downs to Concord’s 19, but No. 8-rated Plymouth finished just one drive, while the third-ranked Minute-men scored points on all but two possessions for a 27-6 Northern Lakes Conference victory in a match-up of state-ranked teams Friday at Concord.

Plymouth Sharks attend breakout clinic

September 30, 2010

NAPPANEE — Fifteen Plymouth Sharks swimmers attended a four-hour clinic Saturday, Sept. 25 at NorthWood High School, led by Olympic gold medalist swimmers Josh Davis and Peter Vanderkaay. 
Vanderkaay, who is still in training for the Olympics, took the day off from his training in Michigan to speak and swim with about 70 swimmers ranging in ages 8 to 18.

Triton, LaVille hunting elusive 1st NSC win

September 30, 2010

LAKEVILLE — As teams enter the last third of the regular season, several are preparing for sectional rivalry games.
LaVille and Triton are both sitting at 1-5 on the year, and both are still looking for their first Northern State Conference win. Add to that the fact that both are in the Class A, Sectional 33 field and the stakes are high Friday at LaVille.

Heavy-hearted Lions beat LaVille

September 30, 2010

BREMEN — Dealing with the pressure of the state tournament is hard enough, but there was something even bigger looming in the minds of Bremen players Wednesday.
With head coach Andrew Rohde in Florida taking care of his mother after she underwent unexpected brain surgery to remove a tumor, the young Lions had to buckle down and focus on the task at hand in their Bremen Boys Tennis Sectional opener with LaVille. They did just that, beating the Lancers 4-1 in a repeat of an earlier Northern State Conference match to advance to play Triton today.

Rockies rally to force tie with NorthWood

September 29, 2010

PLYMOUTH — It wasn't a win, but the Rockies refused to give up a loss on Senior Night.
NorthWood broke a 1-1 tie with a Trent Jacobs unassisted goal in the 77th minute resulting from some miscommunication in the Plymouth backfield, but the Rockies stayed composed, and Andrew Youst found the back of the net on a Francisco Jasso assist less than a minute later to force an eventual 2-2 Northern Lakes Conference tie at Kindt Field Tuesday.

Concord a crucial measuring stick for adjusting Rockies

September 29, 2010

PLYMOUTH — This week is a crucial week in Plymouth football.
“Hopefully we’ve learned that anybody can beat us,” said Plymouth Head Coach John Barron. “If you don’t make plays when you’re given opportunities you’re going to get beat.”
Wawasee made big plays when given the opportunity and put an end to a two-year regular season winning streak by the Rockies. The loss is a tough one, but the Rockies still control their own destiny in NLC play and have learned a few things in the process.

Plymouth tops Glenn in four

September 29, 2010

PLYMOUTH — A little enthusiasm can sometimes go a long way.
Plymouth showed that Tuesday as the Lady Pilgrims stayed up after a third-game loss to visiting John Glenn, rebounding quickly to put their guests down early in the fourth game and hold them off for a 25-12, 25-16, 23-25, 25-16 victory at The Rock.

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