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Batter up! Spring means it's time for baseball

Baseball season is back in action for high school, college and the major league. Opening Day was April 2, and the excitement for the new season remains the same.  With the National Basketball Association’s season ending soon, it seems as if the entire sports world is focused on the sports world.  Senior Darnell Thaxter said: "I don’t usually watch baseball but basketball is about gone now and it is time to watch another sport.”  Family and friends can go and enjoy a nice baseball game and see the fan favorite Detroit Tigers. The Communication & Media Arts High School baseball team are now the only remaining of the four major sport programs students can participate in.

Cass Tech point guard and captain Leonard Silas might be small in size but he plays a massive game.

Little man, big game

Little man, Big Game Senior Point Guard Leonard Silas leads the Varsity basketball team to the finals Varsity Basketball Head Coach Steve Hall stated, “this is one of the best records I’ve ever had entering into the playoffs.” The Cass Tech basketball team has beat 7 of the teams they have lost to in previous seasons. Senior Captain and point guard Leonard Silas, might be small in stature but he brings a big game to the court.

Crusaders salute the flag during the singing of the National Anthem.

State champs, again

Division 2 State Champs...AGAIN!!! By Carrimia Owens The Crusaders’ varsity football team win over Walled Lake Western Warriors on Nov.


“I’m ready to win”

“I’m ready to win” Crusader commits to Michigan By: Daimanique Stinson When all the college offers were coming at senior Ambry Thomas he was overwhelmed.  As a Crusader, Thomas has played receiver, corner, safety, punt-returner, and kick-returner which culminated into 41 offers.

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