March Madness, NJCAA Style

Christian McGeachy Sports Editor As many sport fans know, March Madness is a big time of the year for many NCAA men’s basketball teams around the country. It has to come to my attention that the NJCAA does the same thing, but in a different fashion. Like the NCAA, the NJCAA has tournaments before the…

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…

Defending home

Jesse Schienke Staff Writer In order to have success at any level of basketball, a team must defend its home floor. On the road, anything can happen, including things often out of that team’s control. At home, there are no excuses. A team must defend its home floor. And that’s exactly what the Lady Skippers…

Deion Stegall (#5) goes for the lay up against the #1 Mott Community College. Photo by Christian McGeachy

Heartbreak from #1

Christian McGeachy Sports Editor “We did everything we came here to do, except win the game,” Coach Dale Vos said. After a tough overtime loss to Oakland Community College earlier in the week, the St. Clair County Community College men’s basketball team faced the number one team in their division. On Feb. 18th, the SC4…

Eric Hiller(left) of Port Huron and Andy Morris(right), also of Port Huron, was invited by the diabetics association to meet former Detroit Red Wing Kurt Maltby(center) on Jan. 28 at McMorran Place. Photo Credit: Twana Pinskey Eric Hiller(left) of Port Huron and Andy Morris(right), also of Port Huron, was invited by the diabetics association to meet former Detroit Red Wing Kurt Maltby(center) on Jan. 28 at McMorran Place. Photo Credit: Twana Pinskey

Red Wings’ Maltby visits Port Huron

Twana Pinskey Editor-in-Chief Mother Nature may not have cooperated with the weather for the 2012 Chilifest, but former Detroit Red Wings player, Kirt Maltby sure did. Maltby was all smiles as he greeted fans Jan 28 at McMorran Place Auditorium. According to Maltby, he chose this event because of proceeds benefiting the diabetics association. Maltby…

Stepping in and stepping up

Jesse Schienke Staff Writer Whether it pertains to something within the game, something within a team or something within a program, adversity and sports go hand-in-hand. SC4’s basketball program is dealing with that adversity at a crucial time of their season. SC4 men’s basketball assistant coach Mike Groulx has been named interim head coach of…

Latwann Wesley (#4) takes the open shot in Skippers win over Kirtland Community College on Saturday. Photo Credit: Christian McGeachy

V for victory

Christian McGeachy Sports Editor After a few weeks of getting L’s, the Skippers finally come up with a way to get the W. On Saturday, Feb. 4, the St.Clair County Community College men’s basketball came up with the win over Kirtland Community College 70 – 56. Breaking the Skippers losing streak of six games in…

Super Bowl worth super money?

Christian McGeachy Sports Editor “The Super Bowl. The most epic day in America,” Morgan Freeman says on his Visa commercial. This year, the Super Bowl will be a hard hitting battle on the gridiron between the New England Patriots and the New York Giants. But people will be watching more than just the plays on…

Lakita Gantz

Breaking News: Women’s basketball coach resigns

Clay Kimball Webmaster This past Wednesday, Skippers’ women’s basketball coach, Lakita Gantz, stepped down from her position prior to the game against Schoolcraft College. Athletic director Dale Vos was reached for comment about said resignation. Vos could not comment on reasons behind the resignation of the former coach, but reassured that the season would continue.…