O. D.’s Rant 57-14

Donald Lierman Sports Editor Dearest reader, I have been maligned for too little or too many words in this, our last missive, of the book of O.D. I considered writhing or maybe just writing the word “THE” 666 times. But for you, dear faithful, I shall cry once more into the wilderness. Again, I am…

Lucky to Have Tram

Thomas Pregano Business/Advertising Manager Harold Tramski is SC4’s video technician, stats keeper, and an assistant on the girls’ basketball and volleyball teams. Tramski went to SC4 for three years and Michigan State University for two where he earned a Bachelors’ degree in economics. Tramski said, “I got a BA or a BS depending on if…

Skippers breaking apart

Aaron Tomlinson Copy Editor Crutches, athletic tape and ice packs plague the Skippers’ dugout this season. Injuries have haunted the Skippers’ baseball team since the dawn of the 2010 season. In any sport, winning matters. Above all the hoopla of “playing as a team” and “giving your best,” winning is what other teams, coaches, players…

Icehawks soar into playoffs

Donald Lierman Sports Editor The Bloomington Prairie Thunder arrived in Port Huron Saturday headed for the Turner Cup playoffs. They left Sunday for the putting greens. Port Huron Icehawks rookie goalie Rafaelle D’Orso faced 40 shots in a 4-1 victory, Sunday that allowed the Flint Generals to pass Bloomington for the last playoff spot. “I…

Icehawks begin playoffs

Donald Lierman Sports Editor Two years ago, a defeat in the finals after a seventh game overtime loss to the Fort Wayne Komets left a bitter taste in the mouth of Icehawks’ fans. Although only the opening round, a chance for revenge begins Thursday as Port Huron travels to Fort Wayne to begin their quest…

Skippers set lofty goals for golf season

Garrett Gavin Staff Writer When you think of sports at SC4, the golf team may not be the first thing that comes to mind. However, the team is at work for the young season and has enjoyed some early success. They are currently the 24th ranked community college golf team in the country. Coach Dale…

New look and new hope for Tigers’ fans

Aaron Tomlinson Copy Editor    The Tigers’ roar is louder than ever.    Opening Day happens Monday, April 5 for the Detroit Tigers. However, some fans may not know whether to roar or cry; with the loss of many key players in the off-season, the team looks different.    “I’m upset that we got rid…

Scots sweep Skippers

Donald Lierman           Sports Editor    When you only have two pitchers on your staff, doubleheaders can take their toll.    The Alma Scots swept the SC4 Lady Skippers at Pine Grove Park, Tuesday, March 30 by scores of 7-1 and 5-1. The losses dropped the Skips’ record to 3-7.    “We had the chances to…

O. D.‘s Rant 57-13

Donald Lierman Sports Editor Cheers to MSU’s NCAA tournament play. The naysayers didn’t have them even picked to make it through the first round. However, without their best player they made a great run. Usually, I would never cheer for any team that defeated Sparty. However, the Butler Bulldogs come from a second tier conference…

Icehawks edge Bloomington

Donald Lierman           Sports Editor    The Icehawks gaveth yet the Icehawks managed to taketh away.    After squandering a two goal lead to take the game to overtime, Hawks’ Matt Auffrey performed his version of the spin-a-rama to give Port Huron the win.    The final score was Port Huron 4, Bloomington 3 at McMorran…