Basketball: Skippers play Wildcats

On Feb. 6 the men and women’s basketball teams played the Wayne County Community College Wildcats. The Lady Skippers played first, winning 73-69. SC4 took the first shot and led throughout the game, maintaining a 10 point lead in the first period. That changed toward the end. The Skippers called three time-outs in the last…

Player #13, Pat Russell, slides into third base at their home game, at Sanborn Park in Port Huron on March 31, 2012. Photo by Liz Whittemore

Skippers getting roughed up! 1-7 in conference

Michael Scott Staff Writer   Eventually all good things come to an end. To the Skippers, that means their mid-to-late March surge is over. The SC4 men’s baseball team (8-20) has been getting roughed up since beginning MCCAA conference play on March 24. Losers in seven of their last eight contests, the Skippers have been…

SC4 dealt a pair of L’s

Jesse Schienke Staff Writer   Starting fast and finishing strong is a formula for success in nearly every sport. Racking up wins early in the year often allows a spacious margin for error in the middle of the season, when injuries and slumps tend to make unwelcomed appearances. Unfortunately, the SC4 softball team isn’t off…

Skippers slug opponents! Win 6 of last 7

Michael Scott Staff Writer Someone call the Port Huron Fire Department! The SC4 men’s baseball team (7-13) has been on a roll as of late. The Skippers bats have caught fire and there is no telling if, or when, the inferno will go out. Victorious in six of their last seven contests, these sultans of…

Photo by Christian McGeachy

Season ends in defeat

Christian McGeachy Sports Editor Hugging in the beginning, but defeat haunted at the end. On Wednesday, Feb. 29, the St. Clair County Community College men’s basketball team celebrated Sophomore Night, but took another single digit loss to end the regular season. Playing their final game of the regular season, the Skippers kept in the thick…

Baseball team gets roughed up on trip, go 1-10

Michael Scott Staff Writer “We didn’t hit well, but from the beginning of the trip till’ the end there was a noticeable difference in our at-bats,” said Head Coach Mike Greene. The St. Clair County Community College baseball team returned to campus from their spring trip in Tennessee, bringing with them a disappointing record of…