Plymouth Christian Academy Girls Varsity Basketball

  • Overall Record: 12 - 7
  • Conference Record: N/A

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Plymouth Christian Academy Girls Varsity Basketball falls to Detroit Edison 69-11

Tuesday, January 17, 2017 7:00 PM Detroit Edison AWAY 69 Plymouth Christian Academy HOME 11 Game Recap The Eagles lost at home Tuesday to a talented Detroit Edison team. The non conference lost puts the teams record at 6-3. Detroit Edison used its size and rebounding advantage to turn missed shots into lay-ups at the

Plymouth Christian Academy Girls Varsity Basketball beat Lutheran Northwest 46-41

Friday, January 20, 2017 4:00 PM Lutheran Northwest AWAY 41 Plymouth Christian Academy HOME 46 Game Recap The girls varsity basketball team competed in a close game Friday night. Sophomore Harlee Collins made free throws down the stretch to secure the victory for the Eagles. The Eagles improve to 2-2 in conference play and are

In Case You Missed it: Boy’s Basketball Defeats Oakland Christian 73-69

On Friday evening, January 20, the Eagles took on conference opponent, Oakland Christian and came out victorious! PCA finished the 2nd quarter and started the 3rd quarter on fire as they respectfully put up 22 points and 24 points in those quarters. The Lancers did not give up. At one point with PCA up 22, the Lancers turned

In Case You Missed It: Eagles Fly High in 63-21 Win over Inter-City Baptist

The Eagles started fast and didn’t stop in their big conference win over Inter-City Baptist. With a 16-0 run to start the game and a 26-4 lead after the first quarter, the Plymouth Christian Boy’s Basketball team played well as a team defensively to pressure the chargers all night long. Matt Malcolm led all scorers

Plymouth Christian Academy Boys Varsity Basketball beat Clarenceville High School 68-24

Friday, January 6, 2017 7:00 PM Clarenceville High School AWAY 24 Plymouth Christian Academy HOME 68 Game Recap Plymouth Christian Academy’€™s Matt Malcolm must have thought he was a NASCAR driver during the first half of Friday night’€™s varsity boys basketball game against Livonia Clarenceville. The 6-4 junior forward found himself with open lanes to