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Snow days and bball

With all these snow days, there have been some rescheduled games.  Here they are: 1)  The varsity games with Wayland are on for Friday night as scheduled.  The boys game is at 6pm and is the MLive game of the week.  The girls game is for first place in the GOLD and will follow a

JV Girls “Double Up” on Thornapple-Kellogg

   In a game that featured the largest margin of victory of the season, the JV Girls basketball team beat Thornapple-Kellogg Trojans by 28 points Tuesday night. The 54-26 victory was marked by a very fast start for the Sailors, outscoring the TK squad 14-2 in the first quarter of play.  The Sailors built on

UM 76 OSU 74 !! (oops!) SCHS JV’s 68 TK 45

Okay, I admit it. Watching the University of Michigan last night putting Ohio State in its place was more important than bringing the news of the Sailors beating Thornapple-Kellogg . The Sailors found themselves on the short end of 15-14 score after the first quarter, but then turned up the defensive pressure in the second

Girls Varsity Basketball shuts down Middleville 51-19; sets up showdown at Wayland

If the adage is true that “defense wins championships,” the Girls Varsity Basketball team can be permitted to set its sights on a conference title. Once again the Sailors rode their pressure defense to a lopsided victory in the OK Gold.  The latest edition of the defensive story came Tuesday night by a 51-19 score

Both bowling teams take first at Rockford

Both the boys and girls bowling teams bowled well enough to advanced to the match play.  Then they both had great comebacks in the championship final match.  As Coach Gordy said, “They were brilliantly unaware that they were not supposed to come back.”  Check out the articles on MLive by clicking the BOYS ARTICLE or

Girls Varsity Basketball uses third quarter spurt to rout Hastings 63-35

A 39-6 scoring margin in the middle quarters drove the Girls Varsity Basketball team to a 63-35 homecoming game win over Hastings on Friday Night at South Christian High School.   South spotted the Saxons a 10-0 lead to begin the game but had the deficit erased for good early in the second quarter. Senior captains