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Posted December 20, 2017

Swartz Creek coach eyes biggest basketball crowd in school history as Dragons aim to slay one of giants in Class A prep rankings

  SWARTZ CREEK — Scottie Wright says there will be no pep rally. He says Thursday will be a normal day at school for his Swartz Creek Dragons. He isn't getting too excited about a four-game winning streak but he can't hide his excitement about a potential packed house at Swartz Creek High School on Thursday night.

   Tip-off is 7 pm for Swartz Creek's chance against a team ranked among the very best in all of Class A. "We know Carman-Ainsworth is the very best in our area, and ranked among the best in the whole state," Wright said. "But we think we can win."  Click Here to Read More

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Posted January 9, 2018

Flint Powers, Hartland ranked in Super Top 10 for high school hockey by coaches' association

  (CCN) — Flint Powers Catholic and Hartland are the only schools from The Daily Gazette coverage area listed in the latest rankings by the Michigan High School Hockey Coaches Association. Hartland is 5th and Flint Powers is 10th in the initial Super Top 10 rankings of teams in all divisions voted on by coaches.Click Here to Read More

Feisty Flint Jaguars put up good fight but no match for Valley South favorite Flint Carman-Ainsworth

   FLINT (CCN) — Flint Carman-Ainsworth's first test against the Flint Jaguars in basketball was passed with flying colors Tuesday night in front of a packed house at Flint Southwestern Academy. The Cavaliers got their first look at the combined forces of Flint's Southwestern and Northwestern campuses with first place on the line in the Saginaw Valley League. They fought off a valiant effort by a nine-man roster trimmed down after disciplinary moves of new Coach Cory Hightower to win 61-48 in what some projected as a potential title game because of Hightower's high hopes for an immediate impact on Flint's high school hoops scene. Click Here to Read More

Flint fans expected to pack place at Southwestern Academy for first hoops showdown between new Jaguars, Flint Carman-Ainsworth

   FLINT (CCN) — A packed house is expected at Flint's Southwestern campus Tuesday night at 7 o'clock when the new Flint Jaguars face Flint Carman-Ainsworth for the first time. It's their only match-up this season in the Saginaw Valley League where many project new Coach Cory Hightower's Jaguars as one of the potential contenders to stop the Cavaliers from repeating as league champions. Coach Jay Witham's Cavs have already beaten one of the pre-season picks to make a run at knocking them off the throne when winning their Valley opener by a 64-52 breeze on Friday night over Saginaw Heritage. Tuesday night at home will be the Valley opener for the Jaguars who are making big strides fast under a leader who is adjusting to the coaching game after a career that included playing professionally overseas and in the minor leagues after Flint native Hightower was good enough coming out of college for the San Antonio Spurs to make him the 54th overall pick in the 2000 NBA draft.  Click Here to Read More


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Posted December 21, 2017

Swartz Creek no match for Flint Carman-Ainsworth as Cavaliers spoil night for big crowd at Creek

  SWARTZ CREEK (CCN) — Any Swartz Creek fans who had visions of an upset were quickly given a dose of reality Thursday night at their historic field house. The visiting Cavaliers of Flint Carman-Ainsworth raced out to a 12-0 lead and never looked back, eventually cruising to an easy 85-52 romp.  Click Here to Read More

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