Plymouth Girls Varsity Lacrosse

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05/07 Plymouth Varsity Girls Lacrosse 9 – 11 Loss to Canton

Plymouth came for a battle, and a battle was what they got, unfortunately Plymouth left the field bloodied, but not broken. The game got underway and Canton scored four unanswered goals, making Plymouth question their game plan. A lot of ball movement up and down the field, with both teams scoring finished the first half

05/03 Plymouth Varsity Girls Lacrosse 6 – 20 Loss to Brighton

Some games you go into not really expecting a win, and therefore, you have to measure success by a different metric than just the score. We new that Brighton was going to be tough so we decided to focus on things that we could be happy with such as, aggressive play on the groundballs, time

05/01 Plymouth Varsity Girls Lacrosse 10 – 6 Victory over Troy

Plymouth looked like a completely different team on Saturday. At the half the score was 6-3, a nice lead, but not a guarantee of a win. The scoring remained close throughout the first half, and it appeared as if we might be coming into the second half with only a two goal lead, however a

04/30 Plymouth Varsity Girls Lacrosse 7 – 17 Loss to Livonia

This was a tough game to watch because it felt like Plymouth didn’t show up. After a loss there is only one question to ask, “Did you play to the best of your ability?”, if the answer is, “yes”, the we were just outplayed by a better team. Livonia outplayed us, and they were a

04/24 Plymouth Varsity Girls Lacrosse 8 – 7 Victory over AA Skyline

This was definitely a fans game, with the outcome uncertain until the end. Mackenzie Miller drew first blood in the opening minutes, which added to Plymouth’s confidence. After a dry spell of watching the ball move up and down the field Skyline scored four unanswered goals and the Plymouth started to look like they might

04/23 Plymouth Varsity Girls Lacrosse 16 – 5 Victory over AA Huron

This was a good win for Plymouth, coming after a three loss run. Every game has seen the Plymouth team come together and play a little tighter, and this game was no exception. The defense looked lively, and the offense kept Huron busy. The end of the first half saw Plymouth in the lead 10

04/21 Plymouth Varsity Girls Lacrosse 3 – 15 Loss to Hartland

Going in to this game Plymouth realized that it was going to be a tough 50 minutes, especially if history was going to repeat. Regardless, Plymouth took the field with enthusiasm and looked to play a hard game with spirit. Hartland scored first, ant they scored early, however their goal was was quickly answered by

04/17 Plymouth Girls Lacrosse 7 – 10 Loss to Divine Child

Divine Child didn’t bring a lot of girls to the field, but what they did bring was, “wheels”; This team was fast. Any mistake by Plymouth saw Divine Child players screaming down the field putting us back on the defense once again. A huge shout-out to Plymouth defense. Defensively, Plymouth looked like a completely different

04/15 Plymouth Varsity Girls Lacrosse 6 – 15 Loss to Novi

This was a tough loss. Novi constantly drove hard to the goal, repeatedly testing our defense, and giving no respite to our goalie. At the half the score was 5 – 7, and we were trailing by only two goals. With 25 more minutes to play a two goal differential is not hard to overcome,

Plymouth Girls Lacrosse 6 – 5 Victory over Bedford

This was a historic game for our team as this was the first time we’ve beaten Bedford in the program’s history. What a game it was, early in the first half Plymouth went up 2 goals, and for a fleeting moment it seemed as if we might be able to go on a run. However,