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…

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…

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…

Skipper’s Chop Down Lumber Jacks Twice

Thomas Pregano Business/Advertising Manager The men’s and Lady Skippers’ basketball teams both beat the Alpena Lumberjacks, Wed. night on Feb. 10. The Lady Skippers won 69-45 and the men’s team won 94-80. The Lady Skippers started out their game on an 11-0 run and looked like they were going to run away with the game.…

Lights, Camera, Skippers

Thomas Pregano  Business/Advertising Manager    The Skippers weren’t the only ones heating it up on the hardwood Wednesday night Feb. 10 against Alpena.    The advanced television class along with adjunct professor and station manager of CPHS 6 (Port Huron Schools) Ed Senyk filmed the first televised basketball games ever at SC4. They will air…

Lady Skippers Out Boarded by Ocelots

The Lady Skippers of SC4 got out rebounded by the Schoolcraft Lady Ocelots and lost the game 65-43 on their home court Wednesday night January 27. Both teams came out flying scoring with ease on one another and the half ended 32-22 with the Ocelots in the lead. “In the first half we came out…

Grand Slam at Renaissance Festival

The St. Clair County Community College baseball team along with parents, coaches, friends and area high school honor society students teamed up to raise $44,991.89 running a food court with 13 booths at the Michigan Renaissance Festival during the fall semester. The food court ran seven weekends from August through October and was the largest…