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Kennett downs Plymouth in regular-season finale

The defending Division II state champion Kennett Eagles finished the 2023-24 regular season with a 42-37 win at Plymouth on Tuesday night.

The Eagles’ regular-season slate comes to a close with an 8-10 mark and currently sit in 13th place in the D-II standings, while the Bobcats fall to 4-13 on senior night.

Sam Sidoti led all scorers with a game-high 25 points for Kennett, while Georgia Coleman added 10. Plymouth was paced by 14 points from Kiara Brown. The Eagles were without Kaley Goodhart.

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Plymouth outlasts Lebanon

Behind four players in double-digits, Plymouth defeated visiting Lebanon 47-37 on Tuesday night.

Dylan Webster (14), Turner Oldeburg (12), Chance Twomey (10), Tevin Stone (10) all reached double figures for the Bobcats. The Raiders were paced by 11 points from Declan Brandis.

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Sanborn goes on the road and downs Plymouth

Behind a game-high 17 points from Emma Gillis, the Sanborn girls went on the road and defeated Plymouth, 49-42, on Thursday night.

KK Merrifield paced the Bobcats with 14 points and Kiara Brown added 13.

With the win, Sanborn improves to 4-10 on the season, while Plymouth falls to 4-10.

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Hanover handles Plymouth

Hanover went on the road and handled host Plymouth, 57-41, on Thursday night.

The Bears were led by a game-high 25 points from Sydney McLaughlin and 13 from Claire Starosta. The Bobcats were paced by 13 from KK Merrifield, 12 from Ella Duchette and 11 from Lilly Palombo.

With the win, Hanover improves to 9-4, while Plymouth falls to 4-9.

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Plymouth pulls away late versus Bishop Brady

Trailing by two at the half, Plymouth outscored visiting Bishop Brady by 10 in the second half to pull way for a 52-44 victory on Monday night.

The Bobcats were led by 13 points from Tevin Stone and 12 from Dylan Webster. The Giants were paced by a game-high 14 points from Ryan Casey.

With the win, Plymouth improves to 6-5, while Brady falls to 0-10.

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Pelham advances to 7-1 with victory at Plymouth

By Jayda Davis

Pelham outscored Plymouth 23-7 in the 1st quarter and  held on to the lead throughout the game, securing a 65-47 win on the road on Monday night.

The Pythons were led by Zach James with 18 points, while Peter Hemmerdinger added 15, and Logan Dumont 13. Tevin Stone led Plymouth with 11 points.

With the win, the Pythons improve to 7-1, 2nd in Division II, as the Bobcats fall to 5-4 on the season.

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As Chance would have it, Bobcats win at the buzzer

By KJ Cardinal

Chance Twomey’s putback as time expired gave Plymouth a thrilling 61-59 overtime victory over visiting Laconia on Wednesday night.

This rivalry match-up was an instant classic from start to finish. A battle between two one-loss Division II teams that was a game of runs in the first half and later featured multiple lead changes in the waining moments of regulation and overtime.

The host Bobcats were poised from the start as they jumped out to a 5-0 lead and later led by as many seven, 15-8, in the first quarter of play. That was the largest bulge of the game for either team all night.

Laconia responded with a 12-7 run of their own to take a 20-15 lead with 5:30 to go in the half. Plymouth then reeled off a 10-0 surge to lead 25-20 with just over two minutes to go in the 2nd. Of course, the Sachems closed out the opening 16 minutes of play with a 5-0 run to knot the game at 25-25 at intermission.

The 2nd half would be a grind-out affair. Laconia twice led by as many as six in the 3rd quarter, but the Bobcats battled back to close the gap to one, 37-36, heading to the final frame of regulation. The 4th featured three ties and three lead changes and culminated with some late dramatics to force overtime.

Plymouth trailed by three, 53-50, with just under a minute to play in the 4th. Back-to-back scores by Dylan Webster and Luke Legacy just 30 seconds apart gave Plymouth a 54-53 lead with 28 tickets left in regulation. Laconia’s Keaton Beck was fouled with seven seconds to go and went to the line to shoot two. The senior missed the first free throw attempt and connected on the second to tie the game at 54-54. Webster had a contested look at a deep three as time expired in regulation that was just short.

The first three minutes of OT were scoreless, but the final two minutes of action featured one tie and an improbable five lead changes.

Beck went 1-for-2 from the charity stripe to give Laconia a 55-54 lead with 1:51 left. Twomey then made two freebies of his own on the ensuing possession to push Plymouth ahead, 56-55.

With 1:16 to play, Beck scored and was fouled, but couldn’t complete the three-point play. Laconia retook the lead 57-56.

Just 13 seconds later, Twomey buried a big-time three to give the Bobcats a 59-57 lead with just over a minute to play. The Sachems continued to ride their big man as Beck made a tough lay up with 11 seconds to go, tying the game at 59-59.

Plymouth’s Johnny Flaherty took the ensuing inbounds and raced the length of the floor. A rainbow skip pass by Flaherty found Turner Oldenberg whose jumper hit front iron and caromed to the middle of the key. Twomey scooped it up with 0.9 on the clock and the south paw quickly flipped it up and in to beat the buzzer and give the Bobcats the wild win.

Twomey scored all seven of Plymouth’s points in overtime as he led all scorers with 18 on the evening. Webster chipped in with 13 and Flaherty and Legacy also added 10 apiece.

Beck paced the Sachems with 14 points, all coming in the second half and overtime. Tristan Parker, Matthew Robinson and Carson Tucker each score 10 points as well.

With the win, Plymouth moves to 5-1 on the season and sits in fourth in the D-II standings. Laconia falls to 5-2 in defeat.

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Plymouth cruises past visiting Milford

Plymouth doubled up visiting Milford in the first half of action, 40-20, and cruised to a 67-40 victory on Tuesday night.

The host Bobcats were paced by a trio of double-figure scorers: Turner Oldenburg (16 points), Johnny Flaherty (14) and Dylan Webster (14). The Spartans were led by 12 from Kai Lau Quan and 11 from Will O’Connell.

With the win, Plymouth improves to 3-1 on the season, while Milford falls to 2-2.

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John Stark rolls past Plymouth

John Stark unleashed a 27-1 first quarter to roll past short-handed Plymouth on Friday night, 68-26, in Plymouth.

The Generals had 11 of 12 players score and they were led by Haley Stafford (12). The Bobcats, who were without KK Merrifield and Addy Elfstrom, were lead by freshman Lily Palombo with 9 points.

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