Saline Boys Varsity Basketball

  • Overall Record: 11 - 5
  • Conference Record: N/A

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@TheSalinePost: Evans Goes ‘Beastmode’ as Saline Stuns Pioneer

On a cold, dreary Friday afternoon in February 1980, 39 years ago, ABC sportscaster Al Michaels shouted into his microphone what was dubbed as the #1 sports call of all time: “Five seconds left in the game. Do you believe in miracles? Yes!” The US Olympic hockey team defeated the Soviet Union 4-3 to advance

@TheSalinePost: Saline Upsets Huron in Overtime to Advance in Districts

The district playoffs are high school basketball’s version of March Madness. One and done. You win and keep playing. Lose, and you go home. And on Monday evening, the Saline Hornets stunned the heavily favored Ann Arbor Huron River Rats, 56-46 in an overtime thriller.   Continue Reading at TheSalinePost.com

@TheSalinePost: Huron Pulls Away from Saline in Fourth Quarter

Huron defeated Saline, 62-49, in boys’ varsity basketball action Friday, when it was senior night Friday at Saline High School. In a pregame ceremony, the two seniors on this year’s team, captain Peter Jacobsen and Logan Evans, were introduced, with their parents, to a standing ovation from the hometown crowd. Jacobsen and Evans, who have

@TheSalinePost: Saline Can’t Close Gap, Falls 51-45 at Skyline

Playing three games in five days, all of the road, all against tough SEC rivals from Ann Arbor, proved to be especially tough on the Hornets as they dropped a 51-45 decision Friday night against the Skyline Eagles. The loss was the team’s third in a row, dropping their season record to 9-8, 3-4 in

@TheSalinePost: Saline Struggles in Loss at Huron

The bus from Saline arrived Monday night at Huron High School but some would say the team never got off the bus. The Huron River Rats started and ended the first quarter with a 5-0 runs, while holding the Hornets to just five points. The River Rats never gave up the lead throughout the entire

@TheSalinePost: Boys Win Big at Bedford

When Jake Fosdick took over the struggling varsity basketball program at Saline High School he declared “all offense begins with defense.” Through the years Hornet teams have lived and breathed this motto. Hornet stars from yesteryear, such as “The Man of Steel” Matt Rosati, “The Beast” Emmett Turner, “The Dynamic Duo” Jake Finkbeiner and Ryan