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Mount Pleasant names baseball field Limmina Field

Nick HallidayHeadlines, Schools

  The Mount Pleasant Green Knights have named their baseball field Limmina Field after longtime baseball coaches Rosario (Soddy), Joseph, and Rob Limmina. Soddy is the father and Rob and Joe are his two sons. The trio has put many years into the Green Knights baseball program dating back to the 60’ when Soddy was head coach.    As a …

Mount Pleasant Jaden Scott attempts a shot in OT win over Odessa photo courtesy of Nick Halliday

Mount Pleasant wins opening round thriller in OT

Glenn FrazerHeadlines, Sports

The Mount Pleasant Green Knights hang their hat on defense to keep them in close, low-scoring games. Eight times this season they have been involved in games decided by five points or less. In the opening round of the DIAA boys basketball tournament Tuesday night, the ‘Knights were again involved in a close-defensive ball game with Odessa. Neither team led …

Mount Pleasant football quarterback Cameron Wright threw four touchdown passes against Newark Photo courtesy of Nick Halliday

Mount holds on in high scoring affair over Newark

Jason WinchellHeadlines, Sports

PENNY HILL – Cameron Wright threw four touchdown passes, and the Mount Pleasant defense came up with some big stops they needed, as the Green Knights defeated Newark, 40-38, in one of the more entertaining high school football games of the weekend. The Green Knights overcame another extraordinary performance by Newark quarterback Makeevis Rogers, who ran for four scores and …

Mount Peasant basketball Niame Scott shoots free throws during their win over Conrad photo by Nick Halliday 2

 Mount Pleasant stymies Conrad to advance

Nick HallidayHeadlines, Sports

  The Mount Pleasant Green Knights proved to be too much for the Conrad Red Wolves.  The Red Wolves hosted a first round game after being named the 16 seed of the DIAA boys basketball state championship after a 15-5 season. However the Flight A Green Knights proved to be too much as the 17 seed.    After trailing by …

TSD Review Oct 6

Town Square LIVE Weekly Review – October 6, 2022

Sonja FreyTown Square Live, Weekly Review

Click on the image below to view the PDF This Week’s Top Headlines Include: Community Brew HaHa!’s new Avenue North shop opened this week Mount Pleasant wins contest to perform ‘Frozen: The Musical’ Business Forward Journey: Programs for young severely disabled adults New owners of Griswold Home Care didn’t see this coming Government Delaware Supreme Court to hear vote-by-mail appeal …

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Mount Pleasant wins contest to perform ‘Frozen: The Musical’

Jarek RutzEducation, Headlines

Mount Pleasant High School will “let it snow” next spring, as it’s the only school in Delaware to be awarded licensing rights to perform Disney’s “Frozen” on stage. The school’s drama program will perform each night at 7 p.m. from March 30 through April 1. There will also be a matinee performance at 2 p.m. on April 1. Fifty-one schools …

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Mount Pleasant’s robotics team heads to world championships

Jarek RutzEducation, Headlines

Mt. Pleasant’s Vex Robotics team is, from left, Madison Viola, Martiana Olsen, Cadentz Orbanus (kneeling, Fereydoun Stout and Alexander Amores, show off their Viper robot and the bins it’s expected to move.   The Mount Pleasant High School Junior Reserves Officer Training Corps checked off a lot of wins before earning a berth in a world robotics championship. Regionals – …