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Middle School Football Teams Press On to Victory

With eyes on the goal line and a will to keep pressing down the field, the 7th grade Gold Hornets debuted their talent during their home opener against Bedford.  With 1:21 left in the first quarter, a quarterback keeper resulted in a touchdown for the Hornets.  A successful 2-point conversion made the score 8-0 in […]

Ele’s Place Event a Success

Last Friday, Saline High School tag-teamed with Ele’s Place, a healing center for grieving children, to promote the non-profit organization.  Students and community members supported the cause by wearing white t-shirts provided by Ele’s Place.  The shirts read “Tackle Children’s Grief” and were a huge success.  In addition, a balloon release was organized prior to […]

Hornets Lose to Bedford in Overtime

Fourth Quarter, 20 seconds left in regulation time.  Saline has the ball on the 20 yard line, 4th and 10.  The Hornets need a touchdown to tie the game.  Junior Quarterback Reece Dils sees a window of opportunity.  Senior Running Back Derek Owings leaps in the air as the ball sails toward him, pulling it […]

Strong Beginning for Saline Middle School Football

A beautiful sunny afternoon was the backdrop for the first Middle School Football games of the season.  The Blue Squads played at home against Chelsea, while the Gold traveled to Chelsea for their match-up. During the 7th grade Blue contest, the afternoon sunshine was clouded in the first quarter by an injury to a Saline […]

Overcoming Adversity

As part of Saline High School’s week-long campaign to raise awareness for Ele’s Place, a center for children’s grief, U of M football player Elliott Mealer visited yesterday to share his personal grief experience with our Varsity Football Team. Life was good for Elliott Mealer.  Actually, life was great.  Growing up an Ohio State fan […]

Bring Your White Friday Night

Saline returns home this Friday after finishing 1-1 on the road against Lincoln and Ann Arbor Pioneer. This week they play the Bedford Kicking Mules in what will be a great test for the Hornets. The offense should be ready to prove something this week after accumulating only 150 yards last week. Expect QB Reece […]

Saline Falls Short

Saline matched up against Ann Arbor Pioneer last Friday for what would be a long game for the Hornets. The game started with a mid-first quarter touchdown by Pioneer’s Drake Johnson, who would see the end zone three more times by the end of the night. He scored his second touchdown with a 1-yard run […]

Football Looks to Continue Winning Streak Against Pioneer

Tonight the Hornet football team will face off against Pioneer in their second road game of the season.  After handily beating both Ypsilanti and Lincoln the past two weeks, Saline hopes to continue the winning streak by beating their long time rival.  The Hornets have been working especially hard in preparation for the match-up. “We’ve […]

The 12th Man’s Sting

Where there is a good football team, there is an even better student section. Fans are the core of success, honor, and glory for any football team. Their support is incentive for explosive hits, long bombs, and a rampant running game. A spectacular student section requires three things.: Class, organization, and energy. It is the […]

Tackling Children’s Grief

Starting Monday, Saline High School will launch a week-long campaign to raise awareness of and support for children, teens, and families struggling with a significant loss.  The high school is partnering with Ele’s Place, a healing center for people experiencing such bereavement.  The week will come to a close at Friday’s home football game against […]

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