The Saline Middle School volleyball teams raised $1,600 for the American Cancer Society with their “Dig Pink” event, which culminated with a couple spirited matches Friday afternoon. Students sold t-shirts, raffle tickets, concessions and engaged in other fundraising activities to raise the money.
The Saline Hornets varsity hoops team dropped to 1-10 on the season, and 0 for 2015, losing Friday night to the Tecumseh Indians 50-45. The Saline Hornets junior varsity team raised their record to 8-3 on the season with a 46-20 rout over the Tecumseh Indians Friday night.
Justin Flanagan turned aside all 24 shots he faced as Saline blanked Skyline at Yost, 4-0, Friday. Offensively, Ethan Peitz led the Hornets with two goals and an assist. Grant Ellis and Avery Jepson also scored for Saline.
TECUMSEH -- Amanda Zylstra scored 15 points and the Hornets got important contributions from Sydney Jarvela and Jess Barnes as Saline defeated Tecumseh, 45-36, Friday.
Saline defeated Adrian 137.425-92.75 in gymnastics action Wednesday, on a night when Kelsey Flanagan and Ryann Felton were honored. Flanagan and Felton are the only seniors on this year’s team.
The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm watch in effect from late Saturday night through late Sunday night.
On Friday, January 30, from 7 to 9 p.m., Two Twelve Arts Center is having an open house where the selected ceramic pieces will be on display and artists from the Saline Potter’s Guild will be present to discuss their works. Jennifer Lupton will be among them.
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