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38 minutes ago, Rudy said:

Is it the Plymouth Rockies or Plymouth Pilgrims?

Trying to clear it up for the website and book, thanks!

Dan

AlmanacSports.com

For football (and I believe wrestling), it's the Rockies. Everything else is Pilgrims.

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Thanks! Here's what I have so far for the Rockies:

Plymouth
Plymouth High School            
Location: Plymouth, Ind.
Known as Lincoln High School from 1924 to 1959
Nickname: Rockies
Colors: Crimson & White
First season: 1896
Overall record: 528-383-17

Year    W-L-T    Head Coach        
1896    0-0-1    unknown
1897    unknown    unknown
1898, no team?
1899    0-1-0    unknown
1900    0-1-0    unknown
1901    1-0-0    W.E. Jordan
1902    unknown    unknown
1903    3-4-0    unknown
1904    unknown    unknown
1905, no team?
1906    1-0-0    unknown
1907 to 1923, no team
1924    0-5-0    Forest Wood
1925    1-6-0    Forest Wood
1926    4-4-0    Forest Wood
1927    2-4-2    Forest Wood
1928    3-5-0    Forest Wood
1929    1-6-0    Walter Thurston
1930    2-4-0    Walter Thurston
1931    2-6-0    John Beck
1932    2-6-0    John Beck
1933    4-3-0    John Beck
1934    2-5-1    John Beck
1935    2-5-0    Jim Puett
1936    2-4-1    Jim Puett
1937    2-4-0    Tom Downey
1938    1-7-0    George Belshaw
1939    4-4-0    George Belshaw
1940    0-6-0    George Belshaw
1941    1-8-0    George Belshaw
1942    3-5-0    Art Thomas
1943    4-2-0    Art Thomas
1944    5-2-0    Art Thomas
1945    5-2-0    Art Thomas
1946    6-2-0    Art Thomas
1947    7-1-0    Art Thomas
1948    4-4-0    Art Thomas
1949    6-1-1    Art Thomas
1950    7-1-0    Art Thomas
1951    7-1-0    Art Thomas
1952    4-4-0    Art Thomas
1953    6-1-1    Art Thomas
1954    5-3-0    Art Thomas
1955    8-0-0    Art Thomas
1956    7-1-0    Fred Kehoe
1957    7-1-1    Fred Kehoe
1958    8-1-0    J.C. Butler
1959    6-3-0    J.C. Butler
1960    2-6-0    J.C. Butler
1961    2-4-2    Walter Jurkiewicz
1962    5-3-0    Walter Jurkiewicz
1963    3-6-0    Walter Jurkiewicz
1964    3-5-1    Jon Mayfield
1965    4-2-3    Jon Mayfield
1966    8-1-0    Jon Mayfield
1967    6-2-1    Jon Mayfield
1968    7-2-1    Bill Shassere
1969    3-5-1    Bill Shassere
1970    3-6-0    Bill Shassere
1971    8-1-0    Mark Surface
1972    8-1    Steve Psikula
1973    7-3    Steve Psikula
1974    3-7    Steve Psikula
1975    9-1    Bill Nixon
1976    9-2    Bill Nixon
1977    13-0    Bill Nixon
1978    7-3    Bill Nixon
1979    5-5    Gary Cox
1980    7-3    Gary Cox
1981    7-3    Gary Cox
1982    6-4    Bill Nixon
1983    7-3    Bill Nixon
1984    6-4    Bill Nixon
1985    7-4    Bill Nixon
1986    4-6    Tom Isenbarger
1987    3-7    Tom Isenbarger
1988    2-7    Tom Isenbarger
1989    1-8    Tom Condon
1990    2-7    Tom Condon
1991    4-6    Tom Condon
1992    2-7    Tom Condon
1993    5-4    Tom Condon
1994    6-5    Tom Condon
1995    8-2    Tom Condon
1996    8-3    Tom Condon
1997    7-4    Tom Condon
1998    12-2    Tom Condon
1999    8-4    Tom Condon
2000    9-5    Tom Condon
2001    6-8    Tom Condon
2002    7-5    Tom Condon
2003    8-4    Tom Condon
2004    8-4    John Barron
2005    11-1    John Barron
2006    8-4    John Barron
2007    5-6    John Barron
2008    10-1    John Barron
2009    9-1    John Barron
2010    6-4    John Barron
2011    4-7    John Barron
2012    7-3    John Barron
2013    8-3    John Barron
2014    11-1    John Barron
2015    10-3    John Barron
2016    6-5    John Barron
2017    6-4    John Barron
2018    6-4    John Barron
2019    9-3    John Barron
2020    2-6    John Barron
2021    0-10    John Barron

Can anyone fill in any gaps?

Thanks,
Dan

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On 3/24/2022 at 3:23 PM, CJJL said:

The way I understand it is a gentleman was driving a buggy with the Horse named Bart. When he wanted to stop he said "Ho-Bart", and that is how the town got it's name. Don't know how true it is, but I had a roommate in college from Hobart and that is the story he told of how the town got it's name.

Your roomie was pulling your leg... George Earle, one of the founding fathers named it after his brother Hobart. The Earles were from Europe, what part not sure, H-O-B-A-R-T was pronounced H-O-B-E-R-T in the old country. I was told this by a lady at the Hobart Historical Society back in 1993, when I moved here.

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On 4/2/2022 at 8:47 AM, ASJCPUMA said:
BREAKING: Adam Handley, who resigned Thursday at Wabash, is on Tuesday night’s Plymouth school board agenda as the new head football coach.
Handley was 14-26 in four seasons at Wabash, posting a rare winning season there in 2020.

Has this gone official yet?  I keep waiting to see this position updated on the coaches list. 

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36 minutes ago, DE said:
On 12/3/2021 at 11:28 AM, WCGrad92 said:

I have added the Banner at the top of the site for Coaching changes, if you see something come open and its not on the Announcement, please let me know, I will get it added.

 

Thanks,

WCGrad92

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