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The Saline Post: Loss on Senior Night Doesn’t Diminish Great Season

Tuesday night nine kids, men really, said farewell to the gym that they have called home for the last four years. Mitch Carter, Preston Filla, Jacob Finkbeiner, Ryan Foley, Nate Gresser, Nick Herrin, Sean Millspaugh, Calder Pellerin and Justin Zylstra played their last game as a varsity basketball player for Saline High School.   Continue

Hornets Fall to Chelsea 44-34 on Senior night

By Luke Sloan   SALINE – The Saline boys basketball team fell to the Chelsea Bulldogs 44-34 on senior night at Saline High School.   In honor of Senior night, Saline head coach Jake Fosdick made a slight lineup adjustment, slotting in Senior guard Nate Gresser for Emmett Turner to achieve a senior filled starting

Huron outlasts Saline 61-54 in district tourney preview

By Luke Sloan   ANN ARBOR – The Saline boys basketball team lost to the Ann Arbor Huron River Rats 61-54 in a clash of SEC red frontrunners. This meeting marks the last between these two competitors in regular season play, with the next coming in the highly anticipated district tournament.   The Hornets set

Hornets fall to Skyline 51-46 in SEC championship battle

By Luke Sloan   ANN ARBOR – The Saline boys basketball team fell to the Ann Arbor Skyline Eagles 51-46 in a showdown for the top spot in the SEC red division.   Skyline, led by Juniors Brandon Wade and Jack Ammerman, held an 11-7 lead after the first quarter of play. The Hornets then

The Saline Post: Saline’s SEC Title Hopes Dashed at Skyline

SALINE FALLS TO SKYLINE IN SEC RED GAME FOR DIVISION TITLE The Saline Hornets dropped a close 51-46 decision to the Ann Arbor Skyline Eagles Friday night at Skyline. The loss dropped the Hornets’ season record to 13-5, 6-3 in the SEC Red Division. The win upped Skyline’s record to 8-1 in the SEC, clinching

Hornets get back to winning ways, defeat Hartland 47-37

By Luke Sloan   SALINE – The Hornets got a key bounce back win tonight, defeating the Hartland Eagles 47-37 in a defensive struggle.   The defensive battle started early, with the famed Hornet zone and Hartland’s defense both getting off to hot starts. With offense at a premium, the Hornets held a narrow 10-7