Plymouth High School Football shut down for two weeks due to COVID

PLYMOUTH, Ind.--- The Marshall County Department of Health has shut down the Plymouth High School Football team for two weeks due to a coach testing positive for Coronavirus. The team will not be able to practice, attend classes in person, and will have to cancel it's upcoming games during that time period.

The Rockies were supposed to play Concord on Friday and Goshen on October 9th. Concord will now host Eastside High School on Friday. 

"We got preliminary word this morning from their athletic director that there might be something up so we began aggressively pursuing things this morning and then got the word around noon that they were definitely out of business," said Concord Athletic Director Dave Preheim.

Goshen has not yet revealed if it will replace its October 9th opponent. 

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