Holding steady

Ocelots tie Delta in OT, dominate Ancilla By Nick Misiak Staff Writer After starting the season on a six-game winning streak, the 10th ranked nationally (Division I) Schoolcraft Women’s Soccer Team suffered their first setback of the season with a 1-1 2OT draw against sixth ranked nationally (Division III) Delta College on a dreary, wet […]

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Undefeated

Men’s soccer remains perfect, extends streak to 11 games By Nick Misiak Staff Writer The Schoolcraft College Men’s Soccer Team remain undefeated, squeaking out a 2-1 victory against Ancilla Community College on Oct. 4, clinching their place as Michigan Community College Athletic Association (MCCAA) regular season conference champions and extending their winning streak to 11 […]

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Reeling in records

Bass Fishing club is No. 1 in the nation By Christian Hollis News Editor The Schoolcraft Bass Fishing Club has been quite successful in fishing tournaments since it was founded by student Anthony Gilmore in 2015. Fishing tournaments are highly competitive, contrary to common belief. The rules are quite simple: tournaments span for three days, […]

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Command Central

Schoolcraft’s Sports Network upgrades media truck By Lauren Engelhardt Sports Editor Since the inception of the Schoolcraft College Sports Network (SCSN), Schoolcraft’s Media Department has witnessed an incredible growth to its media coverage in and around the community. From covering the hockey games of the now defunct Plymouth Whalers, Schoolcraft Athletics, Detroit Music Awards and […]

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Home sweet home

Women’s Soccer defeats Delta, 3-1, Carver gets first collegiate win By Nick Misiak Staff Writer The Schoolcraft Women’s Soccer Team opened their season of MCCAA conference play on Saturday, September 9 with a 3-1 home victory over previously undefeated Delta Community College. Delta opened the scoring midway through the first half with an unassisted goal […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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Spring break 2017

Schoolcraft baseball goes to 1-4 during first four games By Cameron Gwinn, Staff Writer While most students were taking a break from their college responsibilities during spring break, the Ocelots baseball team was hard at work preparing for their second season. Just like Major League Baseball who head to warmer climates for spring training, the […]

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