By Nnenna Nnaji The Stentor The Lady Phoenix volleyball team topped Cass Tech to win the PSL championship. The Phoenix prepared for the game with a locker room “turn-up,” and they wouldn’t turn-up again until the game was over.
By Carlisle Jenkins The Cody Connection In spite of the name of the program, students in Midnight Golf will not be playing golf at midnight.
By Mary Lewis Wiafe and Kirk Sears Staff Writers When students were called down to the auditorium of Pershing High School last month, they were greeted by Tigers mascot Paws and could instantly tell baseball season was here. It was the beginning of the prep rally and surprise Grand Slam grant announcement.
By Nikebia Brown-Joseph Staff Writer On Feb.
By Ronald Johnson Staff Writer The Douglass basketball team has come up with an idea to help fund raise for equipment to improve the team’s shooting accuracy. Head coach Pierre Brooks said the Shoot-A-Way shooting machine costs about $4,000, and the team has already reached half that goal. “We have been petitioning local businesses, also asking different sports teams to send donations,” said Brooks.
By Dervon Thompson and Abriana Walton Staff Writers In November, the CT Visionary Staff visited the Palace of Auburn Hills for Pistons Media Day.
By Nnenna Nnaji Staff Writer Softball season has begun, and the Lady Phoenix are looking forward to a positive and great season and going all the way to a repeat championship year. “We plan on going all the way to the championship again.
By Ryan Thomas Staff Writer The Michigan State Spartans basketball team defeated the Virginia Cavaliers on Sunday, March 22.
By Nnena Naji Staff writer The Lady Crusaders of King High School continue on their season, beating the Eagles of Romulus High School, 49-35, in the Class A Quarterfinals held at Dearborn Fordson. “It’s always our defense that will bring us up, it makes us play better.
By Nathan Lymon Staff Writer On March 11, the Douglass varsity basketball team hosted Consortium College Prep.
By Ryan Thomas Staff Writer Many sports analysts announce games in the same way, never had their own style that separated them from one another. But Stuart Scott, an analyst for ESPN since 1993, created his own style in the way he announced sport games.
By Arianna Smith Staff Writer Picture this: a star basketball player, attractive, rich, seconds away from signing a million-dollar contract with the NBA surrounded by screaming fans. Is he wearing Reeboks? Is he wearing Sketchers? Of course not, he’s wearing Jordans. Each year, a new Air Jordan drops to the public, a celebrated and annual event since the shoe’s first premier in 1985.