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Boy’s Basketball Secures First Win

Tuesday night the boys basketball team secured their first win of the season with a 59-56 win at Northville. The cats controlled the game and held a comfortable lead most of the game. Leading the scoring was Tariq Woody with 17 points while also adding 11 boards to his stats. Also contributing to the scoring […]

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The Next Step – Signing Day

Today marks the new beginning for four Plymouth varsity athletes. They will have an early signing day today at 3 pm in the Athletic Hallway. Among the athletes signing today are Ryen Draper who will be at Bowling Green State next fall running track and Madeleine Caswell  who will a part of the Madonna University […]

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Plymouth Runners: All State Honors

This past Saturday at the state meet in cross country history was made. Two of Plymouth’s runners were named to the All-State team. This is the first time in the history of the school that two runners of the same team were named All-State. Of the two runners also making history  and being the first […]

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Band Takes States

This past weekend the P-CEP band took first place in Flight one at the state competition. For those of you who do not know, Flight one is the most populous schools and usually the most competitive schools (such as class A or division 1 for sports). The band has had lot’s of success in the […]

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Concussion Symposium

Who: Middle and high school athletic coaches and medical personnel What: “Concussion Mini-Symposium” where experts in trauma will talk about the diagnosis, treatment and prognosis of a concussion.The event is being held during a 2-day session o trauma and you will be aloud to interact with trauma experts and practitioners. Where: MGM Grand Hotel When: November […]

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Why Participate in High School Athletics?

Why play sports in high school? There are many great reasons to play a sport in high school. Some go beyond the game and into relationships even. Sports can truly change your life. They’ve done it to others, the same can happen to you. The most basic reason everyone points out is physical health, and […]

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Wildcats Impacting Their Fall College and Professional Sports Teams

There are many athletes who have graduated that are making impacts on their college fall sports teams. One of the more recent names is Michael Jordan. He was a multi-sport athlete who graduated early in December 2015 to take an extra semester at Ohio State. He is the first true freshman to start on the […]

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Teens Using Drugs Educational Series

Who: Parents and teens What: Free two-part session to learn how to understand and identify teen substance use When:  PART ONE– 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM, 1st Tuesdays: October, November, and January through June 2016 – 2017 schedule: October 4, November 1: 2016 January 3, February 7, March 7: 2017 April 4, May 2, June […]

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Senior Night Kick-off For Kids

This Friday, September 30, 96.3 and 93.1 FM will be sponsoring a contest. The competition will be a field goal kicking contest for parents during halftime. If any parents who are selected for the contest make three field goals of varying distances, their family will be awarded up to a $10,000 college scholarship. Stop by […]

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A Student-Athlete’s Perspective: Multi-Sport Athletes

Research states that in order to be an elite level athlete at the collegiate or professional level, you must have exceptional all-around athleticism. The best way to develop this mentally, scientifically, and psychologically is to play multiple sports. Many coaches agree with this statement too. Current Seattle Seahawks and former USC football coach Pete Carroll […]

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