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Football Needs to Win at Novi to Keep Playoff Hopes Alive

Hornet football travels all the way to Novi tomorrow to take on the Wildcats in the last game of the regular season. Even though Saline does not have a chance to be guaranteed a playoff spot, a win at Novi (3-5) this Friday may not mean an end to the Hornets season. Saline sits at

Bowling Tryouts – 11/15

Bowling tryouts will begin November 15th at 3:30 p.m. at Maplewood Lanes.

Workout with former Michigan Wrestler Larry Gotcher

Former Michigan Wrestler Larry Gotcher will be at the Saline High School wrestling room on Sat. 22, from 9am till 11am. He will be doing a clinic and all are welcome.  Larry was a Big Ten Champion in 1989 and a team caption in 1990.

Middle School Football—Plenty Left in the Tank

After a scoreless first half, the 8th grade Blue Hornets showed that neither Bedford nor rainy, cool weather could tap out the energy they possess. As both offenses tried time and again to score, #39 from Saline finally broke free for a run, which resulted in the first touchdown of the game at 2:49 in the

Upcoming H20 Polo Districts

The Men’s Water Polo is competing in the District Tournament tomorrow (10/21) and Saturday (10/22) at Huron High School. Good Luck Hornets!

Soccer’s Season Ends at Pihi

In a very evenly played game against Pioneer, the Saline Hornets came up short 0-1, marking the end of their season. In the first half, Saline had a good number of shots on goal, and managed to keep the ball in Pioneer territory. The second half was the opposite as the first; Pioneer put the

Volleyball Defends Home Court on Senior Night, Wins Silver in Warren

The Lady Hornets had a decisive win over Ann Arbor Skyline last night, to defend home court for the last time. In a game that ended in three sets, (25-22) (25-17) (25-22), coach Lisa Shea remarked “I’m really happy for our seniors, Jessi Markey, Marissa Owen, and Mackenzie Schumborg to play such a strong match

Improvement is the Name of the Game—Middle School Volleyball

Watching Middle School Volleyball this season has been a very rewarding experience.  Early in the season, there were the struggles seen on every Middle School Volleyball court.  There was the struggle to serve with proper technique and consistency, and to receive serves effectively.   Communicating and attaining the fundamental three hit strategy were also challenges for

Girls’ Swim and Dive Season Update

As last year’s D1 State Champions for Girls’ Swim and Dive, the Lady Hornets have been working hard to defend their title this season.  Saline has had strong wins for its program against Monroe, Bedford and Adrian in the past few weeks, and the girls swam well in the individual MISCA meet at Eastern Michigan

Pre-Regional / River Rat Open–Girl’s XC

The Saline Girl’s Cross Country Team competed in the Pre-Regional Race, also known as the River Rat Open, this past Friday.  This event was a chance to get ready for the SEC Championship Meet which will be held this Thursday, October 20th at Hudson Mills Metro Park.  Glancing back at the River Rat Open, Saline