Photo Credti: Lia Martinez

The first MCCAA games tastes like victory

Skippers triumph over Schoolcraft in volleyball game Nick “Chico” Hernandez Managing Editor St. Clair County Community College’s Lady Skippers started slow in the first set, but quickly picked up the pace to secure a win over Schoolcraft College. The Sept. 16 game showed both teams being evenly matched most of the time (15-25, 25-23, 25-20,…

The SC4 Skippers fail to achieve a playoff berth, and obtain a less than pretty overall record. Photo credit: MCCAA

A young team misses the mark

11 out of 14 ain’t bad, right?
When talking baseball, hitting 3 out of 10 balls and batting .300 is Hall of Fame worthy, and throwing 11 strikes out of 14 pitches is god-like, but for the Skippers, 11 out of 14 isn’t so flattering. Read on…

The SC4 Skippers play hard in the 2014 Softball standings. Photo credit: MCCAA

Season stopped cold

When the 2014 seasonal schedule was released for Skippers softball, the team was granted a packed schedule full of MCCAA conference matchups. Little did the team know, the Michigan weather would play a bigger part in their season than they would. Read on…

Bring on the talent

St. Clair County Community College is taking aim at the athletic development of young athletes around the area in their annual Skipper Summer Sports Camp.
Taking place this June and July, young athletes in grades 3 through 12 are welcome to register for camps ranging from softball, volleyball, baseball, and more. Read on…

Ryan Walling, short stop, preps with his teammates to face the Kellogg Community College Bruins. Photo credit: Brendan Buffa

From Jayhawk to Skipper

Every athlete begins somewhere. Each has their story of where they came from and how they got where they are today. Ryan Walling, 22, short stop for the Skippers, follows the same equation – yet being special in his own way.

The 2014 Skippers Baseball Team. Photo credit: St. Clair County Community College

Trying our luck with Tesluck

ew coach. New team. New attitude. The Skippers have an updated look, and are playing a new ball game in 2014.
After a 21-19 season in 2013, and missing the opportunity to be a State tournament qualifier by only one MCCAA league win, the Skippers Baseball team needed some renovations.