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Plymouth boys face Canton

Tonight the Plymouth boys swim and dive team will be going up against host Canton at the Canton natatorium with a 6:30 start time.  The Wildcats are looking strong this season with a great showing last week against Franklin (132-48), and at the 1st annual PCEP tri-meet on 1/9/15.  Both teams will appreciate all the

Plymouth Athletics Raises Money for Service Dogs

The Plymouth Athletic Department, working with Guardian Angels Medical Service Dogs and Help for Our Disabled Veterans, raised $1,500 toward the purchase of service dogs for military veterans. Funds were raised with the help of Jolanthe Bassett, advocate from the Guardian Angels Medical Service Dogs; General David Bassett of the US Army; Eric Calley, recipient of

Cats Pick Up Big Road Win

The Plymouth Wildcats Basketball team headed to Wayne Memorial High School on Tuesday and came home with their fifth road victory of the season handing Wayne a 62-54 loss. The Wildcats are now 7-2 overall and 2-2 in the KLAA South.   The Cats were led by Josh Reynolds with 19 points, Brent Davis with 17

Wehmer, Chouinard, Wisniewski Post Career Nights in Win Over Wayne

PLYMOUTH, Mich. — Three Wildcats notched career-highs in scoring, as the Plymouth Girls Basketball team, Unity 2014-15, took control from the tip and earned a 58-5 win over Wayne Memorial Tuesday (January 20). Elise Wehmer (Junior, Post) scored 10 points, Jordyn Chouinard (Junior, Wing) added eight, and Maren Wisniewski (Junior, Point Guard) posted seven (each

Plymouth Bowlers Fall To Salem

The Plymouth Wildcats fell to the Salem Rocks in a dual meet on Monday, January 19 at Super Bowl.  In a hard-fought battle, the boys were paced by Plymouth Co-Athlete of the Week, junior Nick Ray with a 451 series (225-226) while junior captain Jessica Joppich paced the girls with a 336 2-game series (135-201).

Plymouth High School Girls Varsity Basketball beat Zebras 58-5

Varsity Basketball Tuesday January 20th, 2015 07:00 PM Zebras Away 5 @ Wildcats Home 58 Game Recap PLYMOUTH, Mich. — Three Wildcats notched career-highs in scoring, as the Plymouth Girls Basketball team, Unity 2014-15, took control from the tip and earned a 58-5 win over Wayne Memorial Tuesday (January 20). Elise Wehmer (Junior, Post) scored

‘Cats Comeback Clinches Triumph Over Canton, Top Spot in Division

In a game of runs where the home team crossed the plate for the final time of the game, the Plymouth Girls Basketball Team, Unity 2014-15, took sole control of first place in the KLAA South Division with a gutsy 37-31 win over cross-campus rival and defending Division champion Canton Friday (January 16) at Plymouth

Cats Can’t Bounce Back From Slow Start

  On Friday, January 16, Plymouth Wildcats lost to their rival Canton 59-43. The Cats drop to 6-2 and 1-2 in the KLAA South. The Cats were led by Josh Reynolds with 13 points. The Cats head to Wayne Memorial on Tuesday. Soukup Sayings: “You can’t dig yourself that big of a hole against really good

Basketball: Cats Thrash Patriots

  The Plymouth Wildcats dominated Livonia Franklin 70-42. The Cats improved their record to 6-1 and 1-1 in the KLAA South Division. Plymouth was led by Brent Davis and Flip Newell with 17 points each.   Soukup Sayings: “I loved how the entire team contributed in the victory tonight. We will need to continue to

Cats drop Division opener to Livonia Churchill

Livonia Churchill defeated Plymouth 64-55 in the KLAA South Division opener. The Cats were led by Brent Davis with 10 points. Plymouth falls to 5-1 overall and 0-1 in the division. The Cats head to Livonia Franklin on Tuesday.