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PCEP Students Participate in Unified Sports

Since last spring, students from PCEP have been participating in Unified Sports. Unified Sports, which is a division of Special Olympics, pairs students on PCEP interscholastic sports teams with students who would otherwise not be able to participate in school athletic programs.  The players play sports together in a “unified” effort. Unified athletes are eligible

Dwyer, Jordan, Youssef, Campbell Lead Plymouth to Win Warren Invitational

The Plymouth Wildcats wrestling team won the Warren Lincoln Duals invitational last weekend, going 4-1 on the day. Read the article in the Observer newspaper at http://www.hometownlife.com/story/sports/high-school/plymouth/2015/01/13/plymouth-grapplers-earning-points/21721453/

LaVallee, Badger Post Career Nights to Shoot Girls Basketball Past Patriots

Courtney LaVallee (Senior, Point Guard, pictured below) scored a career-high 22 points, including a trio of triples highlighted by a half-court buzzer beater to end the first half, to lead the Plymouth Girls Basketball team to a 72-38 triumph over Franklin in a KLAA South Division matchup at PHS. LaVallee’s big night was boosted by

2015 PLYMOUTH WILDCAT BASEBALL SPRING CLINIC

The Plymouth Wildcat Youth clinic for Boys and Girls 1st-4th grade will be held on Saturday, March 14th at Plymouth High School.  Also, there will be a clinic for Boys and Girls 5th-8th grade on Saturday, March 21st at Plymouth High School.  Please see the attached flier for more information.Spring_2015_Wildcat_BB_Clinic_(1)_(2)_(1)

Plymouth High School Girls Varsity Basketball beat Patriots 72-38

Varsity Basketball Tuesday January 13th, 2015 07:00 PM Patriots Away 38 @ Wildcats Home 72 Game Recap Courtney LaVallee (Senior, Point Guard) scored a career-high 22 points, including a trio of triples highlighted by a half-court buzzer beater to end the first half, to lead the Plymouth Girls Basketball team to a 72-38 triumph over

MRSA FACTS

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

PLYMOUTH GIRLS TENNIS MEETING

There will be a team meeting for all individuals wishing to participate in Plymouth Girls Tennis this Spring.  The meeting will be held in PHS Room 704 at 2:15pm on Thursday, January 29th.  Please make every effort to attend.

Plymouth High School Boys Varsity Hockey falls to Spartans 1-3

Varsity Hockey Saturday January 10th, 2015 05:30 PM Spartans Away 3 @ Wildcats Home 1 Game Recap Plymouth’s varsity hockey team suffered its first conference loss Saturday at the hands of Livonia Stevenson, 3-1, at the Arctic Edge Arena. Forward Stephen Olschanski’s goal 11:18 into the second period broke a 1-1 tie. Forward Joe Alcantara

Plymouth Gymnasts Soar

Fraser Invitational 2nd place finish- 136.55. Senior Molly McSween with her 8.6 on bars and Seniors Kayla Janevski with her 9.05 on vault took first places in division 2, while Sam Fontana’s 9.0 on vault and Haley Metz’s 9.0 on bars and 9.0 on floor placed 2nd. Tori, Rachel, Adrianna, Sara, cleaned up 4th places

Wrestlers Off to Good Start

The Plymouth Wrestling team is off to a good start, with stand-out performances by Michael Jordan, Dylan Dwyer, Sterling Shiftar, Spencer Shiftar, Tyler Campbell, Hussein Youssef, and Collin Reed. Read the article in the Observer newspaper at http://www.hometownlife.com/story/sports/high-school/plymouth/2015/01/09/plymouth-wildcats-wrestlers-show-promise-split/21513205/