In the final guaranteed week of winter sports, these athletes stood out for their teams in the MHSAA tournament.
Peter Carvallah and Armani Tate (pictured above) played valuable roles as Plymouth won their first-ever boys basketball MHSAA District championship. Tate is an excellent perimeter shooter and defender, and Carvallah plays tenacious defense and rebounds forcefully. Both contributed energy, hustle, and a “never give up” attitude to help lead the ‘Cats to this milestone victory.
Ben Yang led off the 200 yard medley relay at the MHSAA Division 1 Finals, leading his team to a new Plymouth High School record in that event, with a time of 1:40.01. Yang also qualified in the 100 yard back stroke. Yang provides excellent leadership for the Wilcats, which is why he was named the team MVP this season.
Rebeca Simu earned all-state status for the second year in a row, placing 7th in Division 1 at the MHSAA Finals this weekend. This is Simu’s second time being honored as Wildcat of the Week.