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Middle School Gold Volleyball Wins at Home–Blue Teams Have Trouble on the Road

The Middle School Volleyball scene in Saline was golden yesterday afternoon as the young Hornets claimed two more matches. The 7th grade Gold Hornets started the day with a 22-25 loss to Chelsea in the first game, but delivered a substantial second game victory with a score of 25-14. In the deciding game the Hornets

Saline Comes Up Short In 5-Sets

In a five set slugfest, the Lady Hornets failed to capitalize on an early two game lead to defeat the Kicking Mules. In the beginning, Saline came out strong, made many precise kills, and defended the floor very well against Bedford. After winning the first two games (25-20) (25-20), they fought hard in an overtime

A Message from the Saline Student Section

This Friday’s Homecoming game against Monroe will be a Maize out!  T-shirts are available for sale online at www.salinespirit.com or during all high school lunch periods on Friday for $5.  Please support Saline Athletics by participating in the Maize out and Go Hornets!

JV/F Football Season Update

With all eyes on Saline’s varsity football team, it can be easy to over look the younger brothers playing at the JV and freshman level. The JV football team has had a difficult season so far. They have had to deal with injuries, player related issues, and losing two of their best linemen to the

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

Men’s Tennis Update

According to mlive.com,  Saline Men’s Tennis is ranked 8th in the state and 7th in D1 as of this week. The JV Tennis Team plays at Greenhills tonight at 4pm. The Varsity team is also competing tonight in the SEC Tournaments at AA Pioneer. This Saturday, the boys are headed to AA Pioneer again for

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

SEC Match Ypsi/Lincoln–Girl’s Golf

The Girls’ Golf Team finished their final SEC match shooting a total of 176 today to beat both Ypsilanti, 220 and Lincoln, 229 at Pineview Golf Course. Karla Gross led the Hornets with a one over par 37 and earned match medalist honors. She had a steady round with birdies on #1 and #9. Emily White

Middle School Volleyball Teams Add Four More Wins

Spirit week started with Pajama day, but opponents didn’t catch the Hornets sleeping as all four Saline teams triumphed over their opponents on Monday. The Blue teams were at home and the 7th grade team started the day off with a 25-10, 25-22, 18-25 defeat of Ypsilanti Lincoln.  Coach Stull is looking for more consistency

Saline Soccer Ties Two

Saline’s soccer team recorded 2 ties in the last five days, one, against the Skyline Eagles last Thursday, and the other at Traverse City on Saturday. Skyline put up a good fight for the Hornets, who gave up a goal with 3:55 left in the first half. Senior Luke Collins responded quickly for the Hornets