Saline Girls Varsity Volleyball

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@TheSalinePost: Saline Takes 4 of 5 at SEC Red Tournament

Saline squared off against conference rivals at the SEC Red tournament, held Monday at Pioneer High School. The Hornets swept through their opponents until they met Bedford in the final match of the day. Saline went 4-1.   Continue Reading at

Welcome to the 2018 Saline Volleyball Program

Welcome to the 2018 Saline Volleyball Program Please complete the attached information in this link by Monday, August 13th.    It will help facilitate communication throughout the season and allow us to order the players practice t-shirts.  See you at the Parent Meeting on Monday, August 13th.   Thank you and GO HORNETS! 2018 Saline High School Volleyball Player

Tryout Schedule: Volleyball

Tryouts for the 2018 Varsity, Junior Varsity and Freshman Teams begin Wednesday, August 8th in the Saline High School Main Gym. ALL ATHLETES MUST HAVE A CURRENT PHYSICAL TO TRYOUT! You must attend every tryout, and every preseason practice (listed below): August 8, 2018: 9-11 am and 1-3 pm (lunch on your own) August 9,

Volleyball Finds New Leader!

The Saline Athletic Department would like to welcome Emileen Palka as our new Head Volleyball Coach! Emileen has been an assistant in the program for the last three years and is currently a sixth grade teacher at Saline Middle School. She competed at Indiana Tech for four years and was named captain her junior and senior

Fall Sport Individual Honors

Cross Country – Boys All State – Anthony DeKraker All Region – Anthony DeKraker, Jevin Nishioka, Josh Cook All Conference 1st Team – Anthony DeKraker, Josh Cook 2nd Team – Simon Pfeiffer, Jevin Nishioka Cross Country – Girls All State – Jessi Larson All Region – Jessi Larson, Kayla Fortino, Becky Cantrell All Conference – Jessi Larson,

The Saline Post: Miss Volleyball Candidate Maddie Whitfield Commits to Central Michigan

Four years ago, Maddie Whitfield began playing volleyball for the first time. On Wednesday, just a couple weeks after completing one of the most successful volleyball careers in Saline High School history, the 6’3 middle hitter signed a letter of intent to play at Central Michigan University.   Continue Reading at