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Thursday, 2018 May 03rd

As with many other parts of Michigan, it is morel mushroom season in Saline.

Agriculture

Bank of Ann Arbor is pleased to announce the first half of the line-up for the 2018 season of Sonic Lunch. The rest of the line-up will be released May 16th on Ann Arbor’s 107.1.

 

Food, Drinks & Fun

Wednesday, 2018 May 02nd

To say that that Saline student Nick Urquhart is talented in the field of technical drafting is an understatement.

Schools

Kelsey Alexander went 3-for-4 with a home run and Alex Pace pitched seven tough innings and hit two doubles as Saline beat Pinckney 9-7, Wednesday.

Pace allowed seven runs, six earned, on 10 hits while walking six and striking out 3.

Sports

Virgil L. Burton, Jr., 84, of Detroit, Michigan, passed away peacefully on Monday, April 30, 2018 with his family by his side. Virgil was born on September 15, 1933 to Virgil Burton Sr. and Hazel (Smith) Burton.

Obituaries

Lodi Township is surveying residents to see if they would support a special assessment to improve township roads.

The Township is using a website called SurveyMonkey.com to asking residents what level, if any, assessment they would support.

Sophomore Lauryn Hunt won two events and set a Saline High School record in the event in which she placed second Tuesday at Pioneer.

Sports

The Saline varsity boys’ track and field team picked up two more wins in the SEC at Pioneer Tuesday.

Eric Harris led what was a field day for the Hornets. The senior cleared 15 feet to win the pole vault. He also won the long jump with a personal-record 21-03.5.

Sports

Approximately 25 to 30 people came to the Saline High School Media Center Monday night to hear more about the district’s plan to require that all incoming ninth grade students this fall bring a mobile device with keyboard to class every day. The presentation was given by Saline High Assistant Principal Theresa Stager and Assistant Super Intendent of Instructional Services Steve Laatsch.

Schools

Tuesday, 2018 May 01st

Concerned about ACT and SAT testing? Great Lakes Educational Group and Saline Community Education offer a practice ACT or SAT on May 12 at Liberty School.

The cost is $20. Testing is from 9 a.m. to noon and is open to sophomores and juniors. Students must sign up for the SAT practice test by calling Saline Community Education at 734-401-4020.

Great Lakes Educational Group is also hosting a seminar to go over test results, learn test strategies and help people determine which is the better test - the ACT or SAT.

Schools

Tee off to support the Saline High School boys basketball program at Brookside Golf Course, 6451 Saline Ann Arbor Road, on Aug. 11.

The cost is $375 per foursome, which includes the cost of golf, a cart, a hot dog at the turn, prizes and dinner. $100 hole sponsorships are available. $50 practice putting green sponsorships are available.

Make checks payable to the Saline Boys Basketball Program and send payment and the form (download below) to:
Lukas Fosdick
224 Wallace
Saline, MI
48176

Sports

Saline bounced back from an 11-0 loss and then held off a late charge from Monroe to win the nightcap, 7-6, as the Hornets split a doubleheader at Monroe.

Not much went well for Saline in the opener. The Trojans tagged starter Dani Cobello for nine runs -- only four of which were earned -- in 2/3 of an inning. Alex Pace pitched the final 3 1/3 innings, giving up two runs, one earned, on three hits and two walks. Pace struck out one.

Kelsey Alexander doubled and Ashley Heren singled for Saline.

Saline bounced back in the second game.

Sports

Saline bounced back from an 11-0 loss and then held off a late charge from Monroe to win the nightcap, 7-6, as the Hornets split a doubleheader at Monroe.

Not much went well for Saline in the opener. The Trojans tagged starter Dani Cobello for nine runs -- only four of which were earned -- in 2/3 of an inning. Alex Pace pitched the final 3 1/3 innings, giving up two runs, one earned, on three hits and two walks. Pace struck out one.

Kelsey Alexander doubled and Ashley Heren singled for Saline.

Saline bounced back in the second game.

Sports

Alex Morrison went 4-for-5 with a double, two runs scored and three RBI as Saline defeated Monroe, 12-6, Monday at Monroe. Saline had 13 hits against Monroe pitching.

Noah Nelson (3-for-5, double, two runs scored, one stolen base), Cole Daniels (2-for-5, two runs scored) and Vinnie Patteri (2-for-3, two runs scored, 1 RBI, 3 stolen bases) also had multi-hit games for Saline.

Sports

Saline blasted Huron, 14-0, in SEC Red varsity boys' lacrosse Monday at Saline High School.

Tanyr Krummenacher scored twice and set up eight more.

Davis Bruneau scored four goals. Peters scored three goals and assisted on one. Gavin Klaassen scored twice.

Also scoring for Saline were Jeff Inge, Jack Toor and Ben Aretha also scored for the Hornets.

Mason La Fleur and Shane Winkelseth split the shutout in goal.

Sports

Seven Hornets lit the scoreboard at Hornet Stadium as Saline defeated Dexter, 14-11, in varsity girls' lacrosse action Monday.

Grace Livsey led the Hornets with four goals. Emily Hill and Anna LeChard each scored three goals. Hannah Allen, Maddy Szczypka, Kate Kloosterman and Alaina Dorset each scored a goal.

Megan Szczypka made six saves in goal.

Sports

David Lee Carlton, age 69, of Saline, passed away on Thursday, April 26, 2018 at this home.

He was born in Saline, MI on February 16, 1949, the son of Ray Marvin and Eleanor Bertha (Becht) Carlton.

David attended Saline High School and graduated in the class of 1967. He was a member of the Saline Jaycees, the Saline American Legion Post #322, and was a lifelong boater. His favorite place to boat was on the Indian River in Michigan.

Obituaries

Anita Louise Fielder (née Dowler) died April 28th, 2018 at the age of 98 in Alpena, MI. Anita was born September 19, 1919 in Seymour, Illinois, daughter of Emery R. Dowler and Ethel Dowler, née Burroughs. She married Gordon Wesley Fielder, Jr. (d. 1976) July 26, 1952.  

Obituaries

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