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Boys Varsity Wrestling · Plymouth High School Boys Varsity Wrestling finishes 3rd place


Saturday, December 12, 2015

9:00 AM

Place

3

Points

0

Meet Recap

Plymouth finished 4-1 on the day taking 3rd place, their only loss coming to Saline. A number of Wildcats finished undefeated including Isiah Berry, Spencer Schiftar, Darwin Filey, and Tim Armstrong.

Opponents

School Place Points
Saline High School
2
0
Plymouth High School
3
0
Northville High School
4
0
Edsel Ford High School
5
0
Lakeview High School
8
0
Mumford High School
10
0

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Girls Varsity Hockey · Plymouth High School Girls Varsity Hockey beat OPEN DATE 6-0


Friday, December 11, 2015

6:00 PM

OPEN DATE
AWAY
0

Plymouth High School
HOME
6

Game Recap

The PCS Penguins shut out Skyron with a short bench due to injury and illness. Brooke Gauthier got the scoring started in the first, assisted by Brianna Waggoner. Michelle Cirino scored next with Catherine Vandenbosch and Serena Eadeh tallying the assists. Cirino found the net again unassisted for the third goal. The next two goals belonged to Vandenbosch, the first assisted by Gabby Godre. Megan Brace rounded out the scoring by punching it in with 6.8 seconds left on the clock and Morgan Gagnon got the assist. Savina Osann got the shutout for the Penguins. Once again, the defense came up big with huge effort from Godre, Grace Balch, Bryanna Lanzilotti and Gagnon.

Box Scores

1
2
3
OPEN DATE

Plymouth
1

2

3


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Multiple Teams · Plymouth High School Girls Junior Varsity Basketball falls to Kettering HS (Waterford) 14-24


Thursday, December 10, 2015

5:30 PM

Plymouth High School
AWAY
14

Kettering HS (Waterford)
HOME
24

Game Recap

Plymouth 14
Kettering 24

Box Scores

1
2
3
4
Plymouth
5

5

4

Kettering HS (Waterford)
6

4

9

5


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Multiple Teams · Plymouth High School Boys Varsity Basketball beat Mott HS (Waterford) 55-48


Thursday, December 10, 2015

7:00 PM

Mott HS (Waterford)
AWAY
48

Plymouth High School
HOME
55

Game Recap

Leading Scorers: Brent Davis – 20 pts. Tariq Woody – 7 pts.

Leading Rebounders: Frank Brown: 11 rebounds

Plymouth played a tough game against a very good defensive team. Coach says “we played tough, but need to improve before league play.”


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Multiple Teams · Plymouth High School Boys Junior Varsity Basketball beat Mott HS (Waterford) 36-10


Thursday, December 10, 2015

5:30 PM

Mott HS (Waterford)
AWAY
10

Plymouth High School
HOME
36

Game Recap

Jeff Davis – 10 pts. Cam Kight – 9 pts.


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Multiple Teams · Plymouth High School Boys Freshman Basketball beat Mott HS (Waterford) 50-28


Thursday, December 10, 2015

4:00 PM

Mott HS (Waterford)
AWAY
28

Plymouth High School
HOME
50

Game Recap

Boys Freshman Wildcats improved to 2-0 with a 50-28 victory over visiting Waterford Mott. The Wildcats started to pull away in the 2nd quarter and went into halftime with a double digit lead. They then used a strong defensive 3rd quarter to pull away for good by only allowing Mott to score 4 points. Offensively, it was a overall team effort as 12 players scored. Austin Timko was high man with 8 points and Brice Baumgart and Bryce Amison chipped in with 7 apiece. The Wildcats next game will be home versus Novi on 12/15 @ 4pm.

Box Scores

1
2
3
4
Mott HS (Waterford)
6

7

4

11

Plymouth
14

12

12

12


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Multiple Teams · Plymouth falls to Kettering, 44-20


Plymouth fell 44-20 to Waterford Kettering in Thursday night’s KLAA crossover held at Kettering. Despite the defeat, there were positives to be taken away from the loss against a top 10 team in the state of Michigan.

Younger players such as Gabby Chouinard, Chantal LeDoux, Addisyn Lewis, and Becca Przybylo gained tons of experience for the Wildcats (1-2) who were without Cassidy Lewis and Mikayla Rose.

Senior Bailey Brown and Sophomore Chantal LeDoux led Plymouth in scoring with six and four points, respectively.

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Head coach Ryan Ballard applauded his team’s efforts against the defending Lakes Conference, district, and regional champions, Kettering.

“This game was a great measuring stick for our program. Our kids played hard all game and didn’t give up. That’s why I love our kids,” Ballard said.

Although the scoreboard didn’t show it, playing against a top 10 team will pay dividends later in the season. Kettering’s style of play was similar to teams Plymouth will face in the playoffs and getting experience in December helps in the long run.

“We really struggled with their defensive pressure in the half court. I was really impressed with their (Kettering) transition offense. They ran and shared the ball really well. There is no doubt that they’re a top 10 team in the state,” Ballard added.

Senior forward Elise Wehmer, who led Plymouth’s rebounding efforts with nine, embraced the good, old fashioned competition.

“It was a fun game to play in and watch. Even though we may not have been winning, everyone on our team was being positive and encouraging their teammates,” Wehmer said. “Everyone contributed in some way which was key and it was a good experience for some of the younger players on our team.”

In the meantime, Wehmer and the rest of her teammates are eager to learn and move on to the next game.

“We will take this loss in stride and will learn from it and work on getting one percent better every day to  prepare for our next game against Novi on December 15.

What’s Next?

Plymouth will close the opening four road game chapter of their season when they travel to face Novi on Tuesday night at 7:00 p.m.


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Multiple Teams · Plymouth High School Girls Varsity Basketball falls to Kettering HS (Waterford) 20-44


Thursday, December 10, 2015

7:00 PM

Plymouth High School
AWAY
20

Kettering HS (Waterford)
HOME
44

Game Recap

Waterford Kettering 44
Plymouth 20

Box Scores

1
2
3
4
Plymouth
6

7

3

4

Kettering HS (Waterford)
15

10

9

11


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Boys Varsity Wrestling · Plymouth High School Boys Varsity Wrestling Results


Wednesday, December 9, 2015

5:30 PM

Meet Recap

Four wrestlers went undefeated: Spencer Schiftar, Jake Griffith, Dylan Dwyer, Ethan Shulaw.

Opponents

School Place Points
Plymouth High School
0
0
Southgate Anderson High School
2
36
Belleville High School
2
54

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Multiple Teams · Plymouth High School Boys Varsity Basketball beat Redford Union High School 43-28


Monday, December 7, 2015

7:00 PM

Redford Union High School
AWAY
28

Plymouth High School
HOME
43

Game Recap

High Scores: Brent Davis – 20 pts., Pete Carravallah – 7 pts.

Leading Rebounder: Frank Brown – 10

Plymouth lead for the entire game extended their lead in the second half off of tough defense and transition points. Coach Soukup says “we played hard and fought through adversity. I am happy with my team’s effort, defense and rebounding tonight.”