Department Info

School Mascot: Wildcats

School Colors: Black and Silver weareplymouth

Athletic Department Phone: 734-582-5702

Fax:  734-582-5650

School Address: 8400 North Beck Road, Canton, Michigan 48187

Twitter:  @PHSWildcats

Facebook: PHS Wildcats


Assistant Principal/Athletic Director: Luke Swanson



Administrative Assistant: Sharon Britton



Certified Athletic Trainer:  Joe Durocher



Plymouth High School is a member of the Kensington Lakes Activities Assoctiation

(Kensington Conference, West Division) klaa

Plymouth High School is a member of the Michigan High School Athletic Association

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Plymouth-Canton Community Schools Activities and Athletics Mission Statement: 

Student participants will develop college and career ready skills which are exhibited through character, teamwork, and citizenship. College and career ready skills will be demonstrated through time management skills; attendance; increased organization; and perseverance. Character will be demonstrated through sportsmanship; respect for opponents and officials; personal development; honesty; adherence to rules; goal orientation; and the acknowledgement of defeat and victory through grace. Team values will be demonstrated through a commitment to the greater good of team and school; 
effective communication; spirit and pride; and development of lifelong relationships. 
Citizenship will be demonstrated through a commitment to the greater good of the district and the community; service; being a role model; and leadership.
Men’s Sports


KLAA South Division: 2014
Kensington Conference: 2014
MHSAA District: 2004, 2005, 2012, 2014
MHSAA Regionals: 2014


WLAA Division- 2006
KLAA South Division- 2010, 2013
MHSAA Regionals- 2010, 2013
City Meet- 2007, 2010


KLAA South Division- 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016


KLAA South Division- 2010, 2013, 2014, 2015


MHSAA Districts- 2012, 2017


WLAA Division- 2007

KLAA South Division- 2013, 2014, 2015

MHSAA Regionals- 2013, 2014


KLAA South Division- 2010, 2011, 2015, 2016

Kensington Conference- 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016

MHSAA Districts- 2015, 2016

MHSAA Regionals- 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017

KLAA Association- 2016

State Runner up- 2013

State Final Four – 2017


KLAA South Division- 2008, 2011, 2015

Kensington Conference- 2011

MHSAA Districts- 2010, 2012

MHSAA Regionals- 2010

State Playoffs- 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2015

State Runner-up- 2010

Cross Country

WLAA Division- 2005, 2006

KLAA South Division- 2008, 2009, 2010, 2013

Kensington Conference- 2006, 2009, 2017

MHSAA Regional Champion – 2017

MHSAA State Runner-up – 2017


KLAA South Division- 2010

Kensington Conference- 2015

MHSAA Districts- 2015


KLAA South Division- 2012, 2014, 2015, 2016

MHSAA Districts- 2015, 2016


MHSAA Regionals- 2011

KLAA South Division – 2017

Women’s Sports


Pom Pon

High Kick- 2009, 2011, 2014

States- Runner Up 2013, 2014


KLAA South Division- 2005

Track and Field

KLAA South Division- 2014

City Meet- 2010, 2011, 2013, 2014, 2016

Swim and Dive

WLAA Division- 2006

KLAA South Division- 2009, 2011


WLAA Division- 2006, 2007

KLAA South Division- 2001, 2012, 2013, 2015

Kensington Conference- 2012, 2013, 2015

KLAA Association Champs- 2013, 2015

MHSAA Districts- 2004, 2005, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018

MHSAA Regionals- 2013, 2015, 2017


KLAA South Division- 2012, 2013, 2015, 2018

Kensington Conference- 2013

Association Champs- 2013

MHSAA Districts- 2010, 2013, 2014, 2017

MHSAA Regionals- 2010

State Runner-up- 2010


Michigan Metro High School Girls Hockey LeagueDivision 1- 2007

Division 2- 2010, 2013, 2014



KLAA South Division- 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016

Kensington Conference- 2011, 2012, 2013, 2015

KLAA Association Champions- 2013, 2015

MHSAA Regional- 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015

State Championship- 2012, 2013

Cross Country


WLAA Division- 2005

KLAA South Division- 2015

Kensington Conference- 2005

Competitive Cheer

KLAA South Division- 2014, 2016

KLAA Champions – 2017

MHSAA District Champions – 2018


KLAA South Division- 2010, 2011, 2013, 2015, 2016


Trainer Talk

Shoulder Pain

Click on the link below for information on symptoms and treatments for minor shoulder pain.



Lower Leg Pain/Shin Splints

Click below for information on treating and preventing a track runner’s most common ailment, shin splints.

Lower Leg Pain


Steroids and Supplements

Click below for information relevant to high school athletes and performance-enhancing substances.

Supplements and Steroids


Student Athletes and Stress

Click below for tips on coping with the stress that comes with competing at a high level of interscholastic athletics.

Student Athletes and Stress


Skin Diseases and Infections

Click below for tips on preventing skin infections.  Especially relevant to wrestlers and football players.



Recovery and Overtraining

Recovery Time and Overtraining




Concussion Awareness


Heat Illness/Prevention 

AED Locations at PCEP

Below is information on AED’s from the PCEP Nurse, Maryann Stevens

Do you know where your AED’s are kept in your schools? Do you know what an AED is? AED is an automated external defibrillator device.  We have 4 AED’s at the park and they are located:

  • Plymouth: Outside the cafeteria across from the Den
  • Salem: Outside the cafeteria across from counseling office
  • Canton: Inside the cafeteria across from the general office
  • Canton North: Outside the gym next to room 308

We also have one in the outside security truck for the afternoon and evening shifts.If someone is unconscious and not breathing at P-CEP you would call the security line for help at 2-2222 and start CPR.You would instruct them to call 911 and have someone bring you the AED. Make sure you give them your location.

Concussion Prevention and Care:  From ATI Athletic Training

Please click here for an informative document:  Sept 2013 Concussion Tip (2)

MRSA FACTS:  By Certified Athletic Trainer Joe Durocher

What is MRSA?

By name, it is Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus.  Staphylococcus is a bacteria that causes “staph” infections.  These can range from “pimple-like” red bumps or boils to things like pneumonia or meningitis.  What makes MRSA different is that it is resistant and, in some cases, thrives on antibiotics normally used to effectively treat staph infections.

How does MRSA spread?

We are all at risk for contacting MRSA.  It can be spread by:

  • Close skin to skin contact
  • Drainage from infected wounds can spread to other parts of the body
  • Touching infected items or surfaces such as bandages, mats or shared equipment.

All that is required is inadequate personal hygiene and an opening in the skin like a cut or abrasion.

How is MRSA Treated?

Antibiotics are not always needed to treat MRSA.  Sometimes all a health care provider needs to do is drain the wound and keep it clean and covered.  When necessary, antibiotics can be used and must be takenEXACTLY as ordered.

What Can I Do:

  • Wash hands often with soap and water or use hand sanitizer.
  • Take a shower directly before and after participating in athletics.
  • Do NOT share personal items like towels, bar soap, razors, clothing or head gear
  • Keep wounds clean and covered with a dry bandage
  • Seek medical attention at first sign of infection (red, swollen, painful, warm or draining pus)
  • Follow health care provider’s instructions exactly and completely
  • Throw away soiled bandages and avoid contact with other people’s wounds and bandages.
  • Wash clothes and towels on hottest suitable setting, add bleach if desired, and dry on hottest setting (no line drying)
  • Clean mats and head gear after every use and high touch surfaces (door knobs, phones and shared equipment) daily.  Cleaning agents include soap and water, diluted bleach, Lysol or Original Pine Sol.  Use all products according to the instruction label.