Amanda Zylstra and the Hornets shook off the early game rust and won in convincing fashion against Monroe St. Mary Catholic Central Tuesday, 47-25.
Graham Pennington, a lifelong Saline resident, experienced what it was like to be part of the "Saline Hockey Family" as the Hornets defeated the Pioneers 4-2 in front of friends, family and alumni during the annual Thanksgiving Eve game.
With its fifth top three finish in as many years, the Saline High School girls swim and dive team proved it's still a state powerhouse.
After the preliminaries of the MHSAA Division 1 Swim and Dive event, the Hornets are in the hunt for hardware. A deep Mercy team has the advantage, but with a huge day, the Hornets can come away with the title.
Pursued by Harvard, Dartmouth and other Ivy League schools, Saline High School star swimmer Kate Rogers chose Yale after visiting the campus and getting to know the swim coach and team.
Amy Stevens was first, Camryn McPherson was third and Miranda Eberle was fourth as the Hornets performed well in one of Michigan's toughest regional diving meets.
Once Saline senior golfer Emily White broke par, she refused to look back. She got Michigan's attention by firing a four-under par 67 at the regional golf tournament held at the U of M course.