Plymouth Girls Junior Varsity Soccer

  • Overall Record: 12 - 3 - 2
  • Conference Record: N/A

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Badger, Hubbard, McManus, Nowicki are Wildcats of the Week

The Wildcats of the Week are junior soccer player Hannah Badger, senior baseball player Seth Hubbard, lacrosse junior Natalie Nowicki, and lacrosse junior Trevor McManus. Badger (also basketball, NHS) led a brick-wall Plymouth defense to the KLAA South Division championship, and then frustrated the Northville Mustangs attackers all evening in the Wildcats’ 0-1 loss in

Girls Soccer Wins South Division; Plays Northville Thursday

Plymouth Girls Soccer won the KLAA South Division championship last night with a 4-0 win over visiting Livonia Franklin. Plymouth will play Northville for the KLAA Kensington Conference Championship Thursday at Northville.  

Plymouth Hosting Zebras in Soccer Districts

Plymouth Varsity Soccer will host Wayne Memorial in the first round of the MHSAA District Tournament on May 26.  Game time is 7:00 PM.  The winner will face Canton June 28 at John Glenn at 7:00.

2015-16 Athletics Registration Information

Please visit www.PlymouthAthletics.net/Registration for important news about online registration and the REQUIRED physical exam form (no substitutes accepted) for athletics during the 2015-16 school year.

Game Cancellations

Due to unseasonably cold weather, please be advised of the following schedule changes: Canton at Plymouth 9th Girls Soccer 3/27/15: Cancelled, reschedule TBD Holt at Plymouth JV/V Boys Lacrosse 3/27/15: Cancelled, reschedule TBD Rochester at Plymouth JV/V Girls Soccer 3/28/15:  Cancelled, rescheduled to Monday, 4/20, 5:30/7:00, varsity soccer stadium (grass). Plymouth at Brighton Tennis Quad 3/28/15:

Inclement Weather Considerations

As the Normal Rockwell painting (Game Called Because of Rain–Tough Call: 1949) illustrates, there is no beautiful art or precise science to calling off games due to weather and other factors.  These are “tough calls.” However, here are some considerations facing coaches, athletic administrators, and others when thunder rolls, rain falls, snow flies, and temperatures plummet. General