Tigers’ high hopes

When thinking about Detroit professional teams, the Tigers are always a summer hit. Sports enthusiasts, myself included, think the Tigers have a pretty good shot of making it back to the playoffs this October. Even though it is a close race between the Cleveland Indians and our Detroit Tigers, I believe we have the advantage.…

The Lady Skippers basketball team has a car wash fundraiser from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 10, at Cawood Auto, 2516 Pine Grove Ave. Photo Credit: Rachel Olivia Kobylas

Working at the car wash

St. Clair County Community College’s Lady Skippers basketball team, in collaboration with Cawood Auto located at 2516 Pine Grove Ave. in Port Huron, will sponsor a car wash from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. this Saturday, Sept. 10. Cost for sprucing up your vehicle is $5 for cars, and $10 for vans and trucks. Cawood…

The Skippers' Kelsey Jensen (left) and Jenna Stauffer (right) look to score before the half - Photo by Savannah Wilcox

Margin of victory for skippers

The SC4 Skippers dominated Schoolcraft in a 91-68 victory Saturday, Jan 22. It was a touch-and-go game up until Schoolcraft almost tied the game in the first half. With just a two-point lead to start out, SC4 ran with it scoring six consecutive three-pointers, and leaving the half with a 29-7 score, running all over…

photo by Brian Johnston

Skippers Dominate

The SC4 Skippers men’s basketball team completely dominated Schoolcraft in a 91-68 beat-down. The Skippers’ full court press defense and lights-out three-point shooting in the first half was too much for Schoolcraft to overcome, giving SC4 a 55-30 lead at the half. Schoolcraft attempted to make a run at the Skippers in the second half,…

SC4 Student Athlete –“Taking Charge”

This issue’s student athlete of the month is SC4 men’s basketball player Kyle Brown. Kyle demonstrates excellence in the classroom as well as on the court. Brown earned a 3.3 GPA over the fall semester and a spot on the President’s Honor List for academic achievement. He is motivated academically by the pressure to represent…

Photo by Jenny Walker

Lady Skippers regain Strength

The Lady Skippers have seen their ups and down the last few weeks, starting with a loss against Muskegon CC and ending with two wins; one against Kalmazoo CC (ranked #16 in the nation), and another against St. Clair College of Windsor. Sc4 shot a measly 21 percent from the field against Muskegon CC on…

He shoots, he scores!

New Jersey Devils broadcaster Mike “Doc” Emrick visited Paul Miller’s Introduction to Mass Media class Tuesday, Nov. 23. Emrick has local ties to Port Huron as a former announcer for the Port Huron Flags, of the International Hockey League (IHL) in 1977. Emrick earned a bachelor’s degree in 1964 from Manchester college, a master’s degree…

Photo by Dan Pettee

Skippers sail to back-to-back wins in MCCAA East/West Classic

The Skippers sweep of the Michigan Community College Athletic Association’s East/West Classic put their record at 5-0.  Friday, Nov. 19 the Skippers defeated the Muskegon Community College Jayhawks 79-64.  On Saturday, they battled the Kalamazoo Valley Community College Cougars, winning that game 65-58. Friday, the Skippers dominated the game, outscoring the Jayhawks 39-26 in the…

Blue team batter, Evan Lyszczyk steps up to the plate. Photo by Daniel Pettee

Bragging Rights

Thomas Pregano Sports editor Sunday Oct. 31 at Sanborn Park was the setting for the second annual blue-gold game, an inter-squad baseball game to wrap up the fall season. More importantly to the team, it means bragging rights. Last year’s game was a thriller won in extra innings by the gold team. This year’s game…