No chance

Former Baylor University football coach Art Briles will not coach again By James Paxson, Sports Editor There are some people in sports who are able to get away with murder or close to it. Former Baylor University head football coach Art Briles is no exception to world of runaway felons in sports. Briles was a coach…

Rolling with the best

Men and women’s bowling take fifth and sixth at Nationals By Cameron Gwinn, Staff Writer After the successful regular season that the men and women’s bowling teams had, it was only fitting that both teams were destined for National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) National Tournament held March 3-4 in Cheektowaga, NY. Both Ocelot teams…

Rocky start

Softball season starts 2-4 By James Paxson, Sports Editor The Schoolcraft women’s softball team started the 2017 season with some ups and downs so far. The Ocelots are 2-4 in their first six games of the season, including getting shutout three of the first six games. The early season looks unsteady, but Coach Linares is…

Draft Analysis: Michigan’s Jabrill Peppers

Where will the dynamic talent wind up in the 2017 draft? By Nick Cotter, Staff Writer Since his arrival in Ann Arbor in 2014 as one of the most highly recruited high school talents in the nation, Jabrill Peppers is now making a dream come true. After a stellar season on the field with the…

From bittersweet to heartbreak

Women’s basketball falls short in turnaround season By Cameron Gwinn, Staff Writer The Schoolcraft women’s basketball season came to an abrupt end on March 10 in the semi-finals of the National Junior Community College Athletic Association District H Tournament against Delta College. Unfortunately for this team it ended too quickly. The start of the 2016-17…

Abrupt ending

Men’s basketball out for the count By James Paxson, Sports Editor After a brilliant year of amazing highlights and impressive freshmen the Schoolcraft men’s basketball season ends in an upset against Wayne County Community College on Thursday March 8. Schoolcraft ended the season losing in the quarterfinals of the tournament after having a regular season…

Beyond the Sidelines

The sports world needs more female journalists By James Paxson, Sports Editor In a world where equality and rights are being challenged there is a profession that would benefit greatly by closing the gender gap. That profession is sports journalism. Doris Burke, Sarah Spain, Sage Steele are just three female sports commentators that are extremely…