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ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: DOMINIQUE MOLINARO

Reprint of an article in The Times Herald by Jordan Climie, August 14, 2012 Don’t tell Dominique Molinaro she can’t do anything. Less than two years after major brain surgery, the Port Huron Northern golfer is heading into her senior season after winning five tournaments this summer in the Blue Water Junior Golf Association.  “I

RED DAWGS SWIM & DIVE: OUTLOOK FALL 2012

Taken from an article posted in The Times Herald, August 23, 2012 COACH: Kyle Doty  NUMBER OF RETURNING LETTERWINNERS: 7  NUMBER OF LETTERWINNERS LOST: 5  KEY RETURNERS: Olivia Reinhard, Erin Johnson, Sami Mills, Jakelyn Spencer  LAST YEAR’S RECORD: 1-6  CONFERENCE: Macomb Area Conference Blue Division  COACH’S COMMENT: “I’m really excited to be taking over and with the talent I’ve seen in

HUSKY BOYS TENNIS – OUTLOOK FALL 2012

Taken from an article posted in The Times Herald, August 22, 2012 COACH: Char Sweeney  NUMBER OF RETURNING LETTERWINNERS: 6  KEY LETTERWINNERS: John VanderHeuvel, Andrew Cansfield, Connor Johnston, ShakerSamman, Jay Mehta, Tyler Wright  LETTERWINNERS LOST: 7  2011 RECORD: 7-0  CONFERENCE: Macomb Area Conference Red Division  COACH’S COMMENT: “We lost seven seniors this year, but have six returning players, so we have the experience

HUSKY GIRLS GOLF – OUTLOOK FALL 2012

Taken from an article posted in The Times Herald, August 21, 2012 COACH: Mary Ann Easton  RETURNING LETTERWINNERS: 5  LETTERWINNERS LOST: 0  KEY RETURNERS: Dominique Molinaro, Erin Mackley, Nicole Koppinger, Katelin Randolph, Delaney Barr  2011 RECORD: 4-4  CONFERENCE: Macomb Area Conference Red Division  COACH’S COMMENT: “We have five girls who are all strong players. They just have to be smart on the golf course.

HUSKY BOYS SOCCER: OUTLOOK FALL 2012

COACH: Bryan Becker  NUMBER OF RETURNING LETTERWINNERS: 8  NUMBER OF LETTERWINNERS LOST:  9  KEY RETURNING PLAYERS: Ryan Berra, Steve Fegan, Paul Karasiewicz, Nelson McVety, Matthew Morris  LAST YEAR’S RECORD: 7-9-2  CONFERENCE: Macomb Area Conference Blue Division  COACH’S COMMENT:  “After two years in the MAC White, we will be playing in the Blue Division this fall.  Being able to defend is a big

HUSKY BOYS XC – OUTLOOK FALL 2012

Taken from an article posted on The Times Herald, August 19, 2012 COACH: Craig Dickinson  RETURNING LETTERWINNERS: 7  KEY LETTERWINNERS: Tyler DeLange, Ty Dickinson, Thomas Mullally, Matt Thomas, Scott Stokan, Brad Hunt, Graham Prout  LETTERWINNERS LOST: 0  2011 RECORD: 10-4  CONFERENCE: Macomb Area Conference White Division  COACH’S COMMENT: “We are very experienced with all seven returning. We have to overcome some early

HUSKY GIRLS XC: OUTLOOK FALL 2012

Taken from an article posted in The Times Herald, August 19, 2012 COACH: Jennie Carolan  RETURNING LETTERWINNERS: 7 KEY RETURNERS: Alyssa Modrich, Sarah VanderHeuvel, Marie Mullally, Lauren Westrick  LETTERWINNERS LOST: 1 2011 RECORD: 2-12 COACH’S COMMENT:  “We have a close-knit group of girls, and a good mix of experienced and new runners.  Last year, we lost some very close races.

Port Huron Northern rolls to 5-1 win at Cros-Lex

Taken from an article posted in The Times Herald, August 24, 2012 Steven Fegan scored three goals Friday to lead Port Huron Northern to a 5-1 win in non-league soccer action against Croswell-Lexington. Paul Karasiewicz added two goals, while Matthew Morris had two assists, and David Brown had one. J.R. Cuthbertson and Jacob Prevost split time in

A LOOK AT HUSKY VOLLEYBALL – 2012

Taken from The Times Herald, August 27, 2012 COACH:  Tim Langolf RETURNING LETTER WINNERS:  7 LETTER WINNERS LOST:  3 KEY RETURNING PLAYERS:  Casey Fealko, McKenzie Lance, Alex Shell, Rachel Kolar and Amy Tseng 2011-2012 RECORD:  20-11-3 CONFERENCE:  Macomb Area Conference Red Division COACH’S COMMENTS:  “I would be disappointed if we weren’t right in the MAC

CONSISTENCY IS THE KEY

Taken from an article by Joseph Hayes in The Times Herald, August 27, 2012 The Port Huron Northern Huskies hope to be competitive in the MAC Red Division race, along with Marysville.  But the Huskies will have to replace All-Area Performer, Amy Zimmer. “The key for us is consistency,” Coach Tim Langolf said.  “Serving and