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Boys basketball in 1st place

Going into tonight, there were only two boys teams in first place for the GOLD division–the South Christian and the Catholic Central.  After a 60-50 win, the Sailors are now in first place all by themselves. A confident and aggressive Kyle Doornbos led the Sailors with 21 points.  A healthy Jon Wassink added 12 points

JV Girls 2-1 in Conference Play

It was a tale of two very different halves of play for the JV Girls Basketball team, beating the Catholic Central Cougars 44-35. It was a slow start to the game, which featured the score all-tied up 8-8 at the end of the first quarter, and a slight Sailor lead of 15-14 at half-time. The

JV Sailors Keep Winning

The Sailor JV boys improved their season record to 9 wins and 3 losses Thursday evening by going downtown and disposing of the Catholic Central Cougars 63 to 41. Maybe it was the week off that caused the lazy play for the first quarter when they scored just 10 points, but their aggressive defense limited

Sailors Freshman Basketball team 1-1 in Conference play

The Sailors Freshman basketball team opened conference play this past week.  The team was 1-1 with a victory over TK on Tuesday 1/15/2013 52-46 and a loss to Wayland on Thursday 1/17/2013 51-37.  Ty Brinks led the team against TK with 14 points and Dylan Huisman added 10.  Chase Brink led the team with 7

Wayland hands Girls Varsity Basketball its first loss of the season, 47-30

  South Christian fell from the ranks of the unbeaten Friday night, losing to visiting Wayland, 47-30.   Here’s the game story and photo gallery from MLive: The Sailors look to get back on track next Friday night at perennial power Catholic Central.  It’s the nightcap of a boys-girls varsity doubleheader.        

JV Sailors Claw the Wayland Wildcats

“Tonight was one of those games where we needed to set the tone from the beginning”,commented coach Koning after the game. It looks like the message got across to the Sailors, and Evan Beukema decided he would do his part by putting in 11 points in the first quarter, and Matt Diemer adding eight, including

JV Girls Fall to Wayland

It was the second and biggest loss of the season for the JV Girls basketball team, as a high-energy Wayland team downed the Sailors 60-48. It was a game of extremes for the Sailors, who out-rebounded the Wildcats.  The Wildcats also forced numerous Sailor turn-overs, many of those creating scoring opportunities. Sailor Coach Pam VanderYacht