SC4 Skippers Lionel Hicks goes for a lay up. Photo By Christian McGeachy

Basketball update

Christian McGeachy Dreidel Elf Thanksgiving was a perfect time to give thanks, watch football with family and friends, and for the basketball teams of St. Clair County Community College, a well deserved break from the…

Sports in the movies

Christian McGeachy Dreidel Elf Everyone loves a good movie, and it seems like every guy loves a good sporting event to watch. Over many years, the cinema world has come up with some of the…

Latwann Wesley (#4) slam dunks towards 18 points and SC4’s first win of the season. Photo Credit: Christian McGeachy

Home court, slam dunk, and a whole lot…

On Nov. 10, the temperature was dropping, the snow was coming and the SC4 men’s basketball team was winning. The Skippers held their first home stand against Rochester College and ended on the right foot…

Expanding horizons

To a lot of dedicated SC4 sports fans, it’s hard to go to every sporting event that one desires. Jobs to work, children to take care or just overwhelmed with classes and homework. Especially when…

Set sail for victory

The smell of popcorn filled the gym, the rustling of the bags sounding like a light rain storm falling on the roof. Until the basketball game between Rochester and the SC4 lady skippers began. Then…

Martha Veihl (#9) crushes ball over the net towards a win over Mott Community College for SC4. Photo Credit: Christian McGeachy

One for the road

On Oct. 27, the Lady Skippers Volleyball team were not just smelling the roses on the court, but they smelled the scent of something sweeter. Victory. The last home game of the season for the…

Battle of the sexes

Fighting like lions and tigers, only this time for a good cause. On Thursday, Oct. 13, the Men’s and Women’s Basketball teams played against each other to raise fund for both teams. Altogether, $221 were…

Battle of the sexes

Fighting like lions and tigers, only this time for a good cause. On Thursday, Oct. 13, the Men’s and Women’s Basketball teams played against each other to raise fund for both teams. Altogether, $221 were…