Plymouth Boys Varsity Lacrosse

  • Overall Record: 16 - 4
  • Conference Record: N/A

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Plymouth Boys Lacrosse Coach Wins US Michigan Coach of the Year

Following a tremendous 2018-2019 Boys Lacrosse season Varsity Head Coach Ray Miller received the prestigious US Lacrosse Michigan Coach of the Year Award. The Wildcats finished the season with a KLAA Division Championship, MHSAA Regional Championship, along with a school record in total wins. Coach Miller is a teacher in Plymouth High School as well as a

Boys Lacrosse Beat Ann Arbor Pioneer in MHSAA Playoffs

Plymouth 12, Ann Arbor Pioneer 2 – The Wildcats won their first MHSAA Playoff game of the 2019 season against Ann Arbor Pioneer 12-2, Sunday, May 19th, earning the opportunity to move on to the next round. Plymouth came out a bit flat with Ann Arbor Pioneer getting the first two scoring chances of the

Boys Lacrosse Sets School Record for Wins

Plymouth 16, South Lyon Unified 15 – The Wildcats defeated a tough, well coached South Lyon team 16-15, Monday, May 13th, improving their record to 14-4 to conclude the regular season. Plymouth trailed all game, until Senior Jeff Koviak made a nice move to the middle of the field and scored to tie it up

Boys Lacrosse are Back to Back Park Champions

Plymouth 19, Canton 4 – The Wildcats defeated rival Canton 19-4, Monday, May 6th, improving their record to 12-3 on the season and 7-2 (KLAA). Plymouth came out strong scoring the first 5 goals, however Canton battled back with 3 consecutive goals narrowing the gap 5-3 in the 1st quarter. The Wildcats responded back throughout

Boys Lacrosse Clinch KLAA East Division

Plymouth 10, Livonia United 0 –The Wildcats defeated Livonia United 10-0, Tuesday, April 30th, improving their record to 10-2 on the season and 6-1 (KLAA). With the divisional win, Plymouth has clinched the KLAA East Division and earned the opportunity to compete for the KLAA Championship next Wednesday 5/8/19. Plymouth looks to improve to 11-2

Boys Lacrosse Earns KLAA Win Over Brighton

Plymouth 17, Brighton 12 –The Wildcats defeated a young, but very talented KLAA opponent Brighton 17-12, Wednesday, April 24th, improving their record to 8-2 on the season and 5-1 (KLAA). Brighton battled back in the second half, but Plymouth remained composed and were able to finish the game victorious. Plymouth’s offense was lead by Harrison Albano (4 goals, 2

Boys Lacrosse Defeat Park Rival Salem 19-6

Plymouth 19, Salem 6 –The Wildcats defeated rival Salem 19-6, Monday, April 22nd, improving their record to 7-2 on the season and 4-1 (KLAA). Plymouth came out to a fast start getting up 8-1 after the 1st quarter and never looked back. Plymouth’s offense was lead by Harrison Albano (5 goals, 1 assist), Gavin Roach (1 goal,

Boys Lacrosse Earns 5th Straight Victory

Plymouth 21, Belleville 2 –The Wildcats defeated Belleville 21-2, Wednesday, April 10th, improving their record to 5-0 on the season and 2-0 (KLAA). Plymouth came out to a fast start scoring the first 15 goals of the game and never looked back. Plymouth’s offense was spread out with 11 different players contributing with either a

Boys Lacrosse Enters Spring Break 4-0

Plymouth 17, Novi 2 –The Wildcats defeated Novi 17-2, Thursday, March 28th, improving their record to 4-0 on the season. Plymouth came out to a fast start up 7-1 after the first quarter and never looked back. Plymouth’s offense was lead by Ethan Rottell (1 goal, 6 assists) and Harrison Albano (2 goals, 5 assists).