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Skippers Basketball Starts Up

Savannah Wilcox Business/Advertising Editor The Men’s basketball team is starting up again with Coach Dale Vos for the 2010-11 season. After finishing up with a 27-8 overall record, 12-4 in the league, the team has high hopes for another successful season. “We have a good group of young men who are working hard. A lot…

Brittany Williams practicing for the upcoming basketball season, Sept. 28, 2010. Photo by Dan Petee

Thank you Cincinnati State

Thank you Cincinnati State Daniel Pettee Staff Writer Cincinnati’s loss is our gain. Brittany Williams will play for the Lady Skippers this season after transferring to SC4 from Cincinnati State Community College. Williams, 20, was born in Detroit, Michigan and played for the Allen Academy in high school. According to Williams she has played shooting…

Local talent stays local

Local talent stays local Thomas Pregano Sports editor It’s always a great story to hear that three local women’s softball players will stay local, for at least two years anyway. Three girls, Alissa Dawson, Riana Schmid and Amanda Tacabery, will be playing this spring for the Lady Skippers Softball team. Alissa Dawson, 18, a freshman…

Skippers gains first Conference win

Skippers gains first Conference win Savannah Wilcox Business/Advertising Editor The SC4 Lady Skippers volleyball team, 1-2, 5-8, has earned their first win by defeating Schoolcraft Community College women’s volleyball team last Thursday night. After starting the season off with two losses, they took the match from Schoolcraft in a 25-19, 25-19, 25-15 defeat at SC4.…

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Skippers get spiked during home opener

Skippers get spiked during home opener Rachel Olivia Kobylas Staff Writer “It’s hard to put last year’s expectations on this year’s team,” said Dale Voss, St. Clair County Community College’s Athletic Director.  The Skipper Volleyball team has brought home quite a few championships including nationals in the past and in Voss’ opinion the team is…

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Port Huron, are you ready for some football?

Port Huron, are you ready for some football? Thomas Pregano Sports Editor With the recent loss of the Ice hawks professional hockey team, everyone thought all was going to be quiet in McMorran arena this year. No more guest appearances at games from names like Ted Lindsay, George “the Animal” Steele, or even Mickey Redmond.…

SC$ Men Baseball ren. Festival crowd shot by Twana

Baseball, turkey legs and apple dumplings?

Baseball, turkey legs and apple dumplings? Twana Pinskey Editor-in-chief The American classics, baseball, hotdogs and apple pie have given way to SC4 men’s baseball players selling turkey legs and apple dumplings to raise funds for a spring break trip to Florida and a trip to Kentucky, Oct. 8 through Oct. 10. According to the Michigan…

Port Huron's hockey has "A New Hope",in the Falcons Photo by Cody Kimball

Black Hawk Down

Black Hawk Down Cody Kimball Webmaster The Port Huron Icehawks, following in the footsteps of the Flags, Bordercats, Beacons, and Flags, again, are no more. After 3 seasons, Mike Reed, Media Relations Coordinator, announced that the Port Huron Icehawks of the International Hockey League will be “discontinuing its hockey operations in Port Huron”. Kinney Entertainment,…

Leading the Pack Photo by Tom Pregano

Hook, line, spiker!

Hook, line, spiker! Savannah Wilcox Business Editor Thomas Pregano Sports Editor As the Lady Skippers Volleyball Team approaches their 2010 season, they will have a valuable piece of the puzzle returning. The team is in action again this year with a roster full of talented athletes to prepare for a championship season. Coach Chuck Weisner…