Icehawks crush Quad City

Donald Lierman           Sports Editor    A hunting we will go, a hunting we will go….  If Elmer Fudd handled ducks the way Port Huron man-handled the Quad City Mallards, Donald would be in bird heaven.    When the feathers finally settled on Friday, April 2 at McMorran, the Icehawks had flown away with a 6-0…

No-hitter for Skipper

Aaron Tomlinson Copy Editor    Freshman Jessie Smith made SC4 baseball history when he pitched a no-hitter against Concordia University on March 24.    Smith struck out four while walking two, one of them being the lead-off hitter. He quickly cleared the bases with a pickoff move from the mound to catch the runner.   …

Who’s your new tiger?

Thomas Pregano Business/Advertising Manager    Hey Tigers’ fans, it’s time for another exciting season of Tigers’ baseball. The Detroit Tigers opened their 2010 season with an impressive come from behind win, Monday, April 5 against the Kansas City Royals.    With all the panic about losing Curtis Granderson, Tigers’ fans fail to recognize the talent…

Bend it like Beckham

Aaron Tomlinson Copy Editor A new chapter in SC4 sports opens this spring. Women’s soccer has finally arrived in the form of a club formed by SC4 students. Chelsea Borkovich, freshman of Fort Gratiot, is the creator of the 15-player club. “SC4 hasn’t had soccer at all, but I could see the interest,” Borkovich said.…

Hail to the victors; SC4 celebrates MCCAA Eastern Conference Tournament Championship.

Yeah, Babeeee!!

Donald Lierman Sports Editor March Madness finally arrives. Let the banners be unfurled. For the first time in school history, Saint Clair County Community College will progress to the nation junior college championships. The Skippers defeated the Henry Ford Hawks, 83-78, at Mott Community College on Saturday, March 6 in their third consecutive tournament victory.…

O. D. ‘s Rant 57-12

Donald Lierman Sports Editor The SC4 men’s basketball team not only made college history this year by making it to the national tournament but performed not too shabbily there either. The Skippers dropped their first game at the NJCAA Division II National Tournament in Danville, Illinois to Lewis & Clark College (IL) by a score…

Their field of dreams

Aaron Tomlinson Copy Editor “If you build it, they will come.” SC4’s baseball is shaping up for another season approaching this week. The Skippers prepared themselves, mostly off the field with fundraising events, in the offseason in becoming a contender in the 2010 season. The team looks fresh with a whole new coaching staff led…

Leading by example

Thomas Pregano Business/Advertising Manager “They led by example, by word, and through their ability to bring everybody into the Skipper family,” men’s head basketball coach, Dale Vos, said about sophomores Ben Abraham, Kieon Arkwright, Devon Kling, Marquis Lee, Eric Mack Jr., and Jake Stark. Vos said, “We will miss these six players; however I believe…

Icehawks edge Generals

Donald Lierman Sports Editor For the first fifty minutes, the game was all Port Huron’s. The Icehawks flew up and down the ice, seemingly at will. The last ten minutes were a different story. Port Huron allowed four goals in the last ten minutes but held on to defeat the Flint Generals, 6-5, at McMorran…

Nothing but net

Aaron Tomlinson Copy Editor The SC4 men’s basketball team wins games. Enough said? Well, not quite. The Skippers have been successful for the 2009-10 season and that success has yet to cease. They cruised through the Michigan Community College Athletics Association this season with a 12-4 Eastern Conference record. They put a final 22-6 record…