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Wednesday, 2013 Apr 24th

This Saturday is the last Indoor Saline Winter Farmers Market.  The Farmers Market moves outdoors and downtown on Saturday, May 4. 

Open this Saturday from 9am-noon at Liberty School, 7265 Saline Ann Arbor Rd.

Here's how the first couple days of the Saline Middle School eighth grade trip to Washington DC have gone.

After 155 days and countless meetings and conversations between about 70 people, the five committees that comprised the Strategic Framework process presented a revised document to the Saline Area Schools Board of Education.

The Hornets won in baseball, softball, track and field, soccer and tennis Tuesday.

AJ Korzuck homered, drove in four runs and pitched a shutout in the opener.

Tuesday, 2013 Apr 23rd

 

The Lady Hornets extended their unbeaten streak to six, as Saline swept a doubleheader from Ypsilanti in softball action Tuesday.

Saline won the first game 16-1 and the second game 12-2.

In the opener, Lauren Vaccaro pitched four innings and struck out five batters, giving up three hits in four innings. The game was called because of the mercy rule in the fourth inning.

Saline High School senior Will Heider finally got his chance to start after four years of hard work, and he made it count.

Monday, 2013 Apr 22nd

BBQ lovers will want to mark Thursday on their calendar.

 

The Saline varsity golf team opened its SEC season Monday by defeating Ypsilanti and Lincoln Consolidated at Pineview Golf Course.

Saline finished with a score of 158.  Lincoln shot a 203 and Ypsilanti shot a 217. Pioneer athletes also golfed, but not against Saline. Pioneer scored a 168.

Ian Martin shot a 37 to lead Saline. Will Heider, Matt DeIrala, and Ryan Peruski each shot a 39. Caleb Wittig scored a 40 and James Alcock shot a 41.

 

The Saline varsity golf team opened its SEC season Monday by defeating Ypsilanti and Lincoln Consolidated at Pineview Golf Course.

Saline finished with a score of 158.  Lincoln shot a 203 and Ypsilanti shot a 217. Pioneer athletes also golfed, but not against Saline. Pioneer scored a 168.

Ian Martin shot a 37 to lead Saline. Will Heider, Matt DeIrala, and Ryan Peruski each shot a 39. Caleb Wittig scored a 40 and James Alcock shot a 41.

Tommy Hickey scored 5 goals and assisted on three others as Saline won 13-4.

AJ Korzuck drove in five runs on five hits, Gage Hammond led of both games with dingers, and Brett Nearing threw a three-hit shutout.

The Saline Area Players wrapped up its production of Roald Dahl's Willy Wonka Sunday in the Ellen A. Ewing Performing Arts Center at Saline high School.

Directed by Tami Hindes (artistic) and Robert Cindric (music), Willy Wonka the major production this year for the Saline Area Players, which is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year.

Like so many other productions over the years, Willy Wonka gave actors young and old the chance to show their talents on stage.

Willy Wonka was produced by Mary Rumman.

Here is the cast:

Sunday, 2013 Apr 21st

Saline's relay teams won a couple distance races and the shot put relay.

All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given to us.
-Gandalf-Lord of the Rings

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The following are briefs from Monday’s Saline City Council meeting.

·         Richard McGuire was appointed to the city’s Arts & Culture Committee to complete the term of Karen Ragland, who resigned due to health reasons.

 

The Saline girls’ water polo teams hosted an invitational tournament Friday and Saturday.

On Friday, the varsity team fell to Grand Haven, 5-3, and defeated Troy, 12-2.  Ariana Brown scored four goals to pace the Hornets.

The varsity team fell to Huron to start the day Saturday but bounced back to defeat Dexter, 5-4.

Huron won the tournament.

The junior varsity team fell to Groves, 9-3, Friday.

The junior varsity team fell to Moose (Ohio) 12-2, on Saturday.

 

Saturday, 2013 Apr 20th

This year's crop of nominees bodes well for the future of Saline, Mayor Marl says.

Already down four girls, Saline's depth was stretched further when goalie Hannah Sheth was hurt and forward Caitlin Ellis played between the pipes in the second half.

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