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Lady Hornets Beat Skyline 51-33

After AnnArbor.com’s prediction of the Saline vs. Skyline Girls’ Basketball game was posted last week, the Hornets were disappointed.  The online newspaper’s Pete Cunningham picked Skyline to win over Saline 46-45, just a few days after a morale-boosting win against the Adrian Maples on Tuesday, and weeks after beating Skyline in their first match-up by

Saline Boys Falls Short to Ann Arbor Skyline

In a must win conference game for both teams, Skyline came out on top over Saline 56-48. The game was very close in the first half, where the Hornets led 22-19, and was opened up by a 24 point surge by Skyline that spelt death for Saline. The Hornets would then win the fourth quarter,

Saline Wrestlers Repeat as District Champions

District champs once again, Saline’s wrestling team looks to advance even further into the state tournament when they travel to Wyandotte-Rossevelt to face Southgate Anderson in the first round of regional play. Playing the winner of SHS and SAHS next Friday, February 17th, will be the winner from the Westland John Glenn – Temperance Bedford

Middle School Basketball–Blue Teams Triumph at Home Against Adrian

The 7th and 8th Grade Blue Lady Hornets were victorious on the home court against Adrian on Thursday.  Both teams played tough defense, with the 7th Grade Hornets holding Adrian to only 2 points while the 8th Grade Hornets kept Adrian off the scoreboard.  The final score of the 7th grade game was 14-2, and

Saline Wrestling Hosts Team Districts

This Thursday, February 9th, Saline will be hosting MHSAA team districts action with the hope of a championship for the Hornets. This four-team meet begins at 6 PM and will begin with dual meets between Saline and rival Ann Arbor Pioneer, which should be a very competitive match. The winner will face the winner of

Middle School Basketball–8th Grade Teams Deliver Two More Wins

On Monday, February 6 the Saline Gold 8th Grade played at home, and the end of this story is the same as last Thursday—the Lady Hornets ultimately defeated the 8th Grade Dexter Gold.  The score of Monday’s contest was 22-11, while Thursday’s victory had a sixteen point spread. The Blue teams were on the road

Saline Varsity Tennis Players Wow Them at Coaching Conference

This past weekend four varsity tennis players had the opportunity to demonstrate their skills in front of more than 200 members of the Michigan High School Tennis Coach’s Association at the annual clinic in Troy, MI. Juniors Mary Hanna and Will Heider and seniors Jennifer Ho and Heather Vogt accompanied coach Andy BeDell to the

Michael Smith Named 2012 National Coach of the Year Finalist

The National High School Athletic Coaches Association (NHSACA)has  named Saline Girls’ Cross Country Coach Michael Smith a 2012 National Coach of the Year Finalist.  This achievement was awarded based on “outstanding coaching longevity, win-loss record, championship years, awards received and services to the coaching profession and to athletes,” according to NHSACA Executive Director Donald R.

Saline Leaving University School, Adrian, and Monroe in Their Wake

Michigan’s two-time defending boys swim and dive champion, the Saline Hornets, have picked up three solid wins over the last two weeks. Hunting Valley University School, Adrian, and Monroe are among the victims that Saline defeated by a margin of 179 points ( ~60 per game). Back on January 21st, Saline hosted Hunting Valley University