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Thursday, 2013 May 23rd

Tommy Hickey scored six goals and Nick Karapas tallied five times for the Hornets, who blew the game open with an eight-goal second quarter.

Saline’s girls varsity lacrosse team is moving on to the second round of the MHSAA Division 1 Regional Tournament.

Saline opened post-season play Wednesday night with an 11-7 victory over Novi. The Hornets return to action at 5:30 p.m., May 29, to face Ann Arbor Pioneer, which beat Northville 14-3 Tuesday.

Senior Chelsey Bishop did what she’s done for Saline for the last four years – score a boatload of goals. Bishop scored seven goals to lead Saline.  Bishop said it was a solid team effort.

Wednesday, 2013 May 22nd

Gloomy skies brought wind gusts and rain, but gave way to sunny skies and a magnificent rainbow.

   Open Saturdays, 8am-noon, May-October, Downtown, S. Ann Arbor St., 1/2 block south of Michigan Ave.

Sign up your future kindergarteners and first graders for Safety Town.

Pederson was among 717 graduates during spring commencement.

May's Building Business Relationships Breakfast takes place May 28. Reserve your spot.

Saline was undefeated heading into Wednesday's SEC Tournament

Customers can download forms and pay bills on line.

The Hornets started and finished Tuesday’s varsity girls’ soccer game at Huron like they were shot out of a cannon.

But the intensity dropped in the middle of the game, and Saline (11-7-1, 8-1-1 SEC Red) fell 2-1, which might cost Saline a chance to win the conference.

Martha Schmidt scored 15:51 into the game to give Huron a 1-0 lead. Chea Rael-Whitsitt scored 12:28 into the second half to give the River Rats a 2-0 lead. Danielle Rathfon scored with 1:09 left.

The Funeral Mass takes place at 10 a.m. Monday at Church of the Divine Child, 1055 N. Silvery Lane, Dearborn.

Tuesday, 2013 May 21st

The Memering girls have been receiving art awards since grade school. Ever since they developed the dexterity to pick up a pencil/marker/paintbrush, they have felt a magnetism towards all mediums and forms of artistic expression. Their homes, as well as their many relatives’ homes, are all filled with the many paintings, drawings, sculptures, and photography that the girls have done over their lifetimes. They find art to not only be a useful avenue in which to express their inner emotions, but a wonderful way to share a piece of themselves with those they are connected with.

 

The Hornets drove 45 minutes to play just two innings of baseball – and it was worth it.

Saline’s varsity baseball team earned a share of the SEC Red schedule by defeating Bedford 9-7 Tuesday, completing a game that was suspended in a 7-7 tie after six innings April 21. Saline needed the win to tie Bedford atop the SEC Red. Both teams finished with a 14-2 record.

 Play resumed in the seventh inning Tuesday. Bedford pitcher Chad Bagrowski retired the Hornets in order.

Parks and Rec is taking registration for pre-school spprts and adult tennis lessons.

We are happy to announce another Youth Fitness Room Orientation has been scheduled for May 25. To sign up call 429-3502 ext. 0 or visit www.salinerec.com    Spots are limited, so reserve yours today!

Without discipline, excellence is fleeting. Excellence requires focus, the ability to focus and to create for oneself a sense of structure. Discipline is the dray horse of excellence: it means will power, self-sacrifice. It requires a long-term outlook. Paradoxically, discipline can be liberating. It shapes your identity, it provides a sense of ritual, it gives you the freedom to build.

 

Six police officers and one citizen were recognized at City of Saline Police Department Awards Ceremony at City Hall Monday night.

Chief Larry Hrinik and Mayor Brian Marl, backed by members of Saline City Council, presented the awards prior to Monday’s regular city council meeting.

“This is one of the most enjoyable parts of my job as police chief – giving out awards to those who go above and beyond,” said Hrinik, who implemented the awards program last fall to commend the work of officers who safely apprehended a teenager armed with a butcher knife.

Saline swept Pioneer to finish undefeated in the SEC Red.

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