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Tuesday, 2013 Sep 10th

Senior Emily White was match medalist once again. She shot an even-par round of 36.

The inaugural Saline Marching Band Alumni night brought 50 people back to Saline High School.

The Young Women's organization of the Saline congregation of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints provided several hours of community service for the Rec Center earlier this summer.  The girls pulled weeds and spruced up around the exterior of the Rec Center.  Thank you! 

The downtown alley behind Brecon Grille is now known as Leather Bucket Alley. One council member says the city's lease with neighboring residents should be opened to allow other restaurants to use the alley.

Thanks to greater attendance, sponsors, great weather and the sale of 68 kegs of beer, the 2013 Saline Celtic Festival is on the march toward financial independence.

The Saline Hornets remain unbeaten in SEC girls golf play after defeating Skyline Monday.
The Saline Girls Golf team hosted Skyline at Lake Forest Gofl Club. The Hornets shot a 171 to defeat the Eagles, who shot 180.
The match medalist was Saline senior Emily White who shot an even-par 36 over the front nine. Sophomore Samantha Kellstrom had a 42 for the Hornets, followed by Stacy Cruze at 43 and Caitlin Swiney at 50. 

Monday, 2013 Sep 09th

Saline senior Nader El-Awar has sparked the offense in each of the Hornets' first two games.

Saline scored a 361, 21 strokes back of the victorious team from Cranbrook Kingswood.

Sunday, 2013 Sep 08th

Exhibitors include painter and sculptor Amara Karapas and beadwork and recycled-material artist Kelsey Keyes, both of Saline.

Saline Main Street is recommending Leather Bucket Alley as name for the revamped downtown alley.

The Lady Hornets' varsity volleyball team was undefeated Saturday as it won its own tournament at Saline High School.

Kevin Hall won his first individual championship and Logan Wetzel returned to the 5K track for the first time since his freshman year. Together, they helped Saline win the team title at Bath.

Senior Elianna Shwayder helped the Hornets edge Hudsonville and Rockford at the annual race between some of the state's fastest teams.

While Saline's "A" team won at Bath, the "B" team was busy winning at Lake Erie Metropark.

Saturday, 2013 Sep 07th

Lillie Phelps was the fastest Hornet at the Warrior Classic.

Casey Roell, Matthew Genereaux and Artur Engler-Pinto scored for the 4-1 Hornets.

Griffin Wooley rushed for 3 touchdowns, Nader El-Awar made several big plays, and Dom DiMellis had 10 tackles for the defense.

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