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Hornet Football State Semifinal Saturday – 1 PM

Buy Tickets Buy your tickets for this weekend’s semifinal game against Clarkston early. Tickets are $7 and will be available Wednesday-Friday (8am-4pm) at Community Ed in Liberty School. Students can purchase tickets from the Athletic Office at SHS. — Saline Athletics (@SalineAthletics) November 13, 2018 Stat Tracker Watch Varsity Football vs. Clarkston

Field Hockey Earns Academic All-State Awards

Congratulations to the Field Hockey team for receiving the following Academic All-State accolades: Team Academic All-State award for cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher Individual Academic All-State (seniors w/ cumulative 3.7 GPA or higher): Fiona Morcom Devin Reilly Ashlyn Murphey Julia Bentley Emily Maloney

Boys Football Earns SEC Awards

Congratulations to members of the football team, earning all-conference recognition on the way to an SEC Red Championship:   First Team Offense OL – Chase Hartley RB – Brendan Munday TE – Brendan Murphy K – James Turner   First Team Defense DB – MJ Griffin DL – Brad Wizniewski DL – Adonis Gammo LB – Connor Terech

@TheSalinePost: DISTRICT CHAMPS: Saline Blows Out East Kentwood With Dominant 3rd Quarter

Saline exploded for 21 points in the third quarter and defeated East Kentwood, 42-7, to win the district championship and advance to next week’s regional final against Rockford. The lopsided score between two highly-ranked, 9-1 teams came despite several Saline turnovers and untimely penalties.   Continue Reading at TheSalinePost.com

@TheSalinePost: Saline Dominates SEC Swim and Dive Meet

Saline won the SEC Red swim and dive meet Friday and Saturday at Skyline. The Hornets finished with 666 points – easily defeating Skyline, 437, Pioneer, 427, and Huron, 354. Bedford finished with 149 points. The Hornets started the day by taking the 200-yard medley. Amelia Hayes, Emma Loveland, Ann Bosinger and Emily Lang won

@TheSalinePost: Saline Loses Heartbreaker to Skyline in 5-Set Thriller

Saline wound up on the wrong end of a thrilling five-set match as MHSAA district play began at Saline High School Monday night. Saline won the opening sets, 25-15 and 25-19, but the Skyline Eagles soared to victory by taking the final three sets, 25-19, 25-15 and 15-13.   Continue Reading at TheSalinePost.com