Reality TV Spread
•Dexter alums on TV
•The best and worst of
•Staﬀ TV obsessions
Your 15 minutes of fame:
May 2, 2008 - Volume I - Issue 8 - Dexter High School - 2200 N.Parker Road - Dexter,MI 48130
Friday, March 28, 2008 trends The Rostrum
Meeting at the
Ryan Aliapoulios Ryan Lemasters said it’s
arts editor Caitlin Henderson
staff writer convenient too. “It is a
good social gathering
Zara Zara Touch When asked where to meet up after school, The place because of all the
Me Mobil, on Dexter-Ann Arbor Road across from La- activity going on there,”
Pritam Fontaine, seems to be the popular response. Lemasters said. “You
It started as a small
group’s meeting place, and can get gas and snacks you need.”
“Its got an ear- has now turned into a gath- or Jets Pizza if you need Leaving a car there could be an issue because of
ering place for many kids in munchies.” theft or vandalizing, however. “I feel safe leaving
Dexter. “Driving by the Mo-
It’s always easy to “I always get gas there my car there,” Knight said. “It has been messed
- Ian McCarthy,
staff writer bil, you are guaranteed to see meet there because and buy drinks,” Lemas- with before though.”
at least one high-schoolers everyone knows tersi said. Knight said he left his car unlocked with the
car,” senior Don Knight said. where it is.” Senior Colleen Co- spare key in the center console once and his car
“It is a good central location. trell agrees. “I get my gas was moved around the corner to Jet’s.
Lollipop My friends and I always meet there every time I meet However his friends did this to scare him, and
Lil Wayne there.”
- Colleen Lasecki, my friends. I think it re- he said he feels comfortable parking there. He just
“It’s always easy to meet junior ally helps their business makes sure his car is locked.
there because, everyone because all my friends Lemasters agreed with Knight. “I have never
“It’s a good
song to dance knows where it is,” junior buy gas as well along with had my car messed with,” he said, “but one of my
to.” Colleen Lasecki said. “It is snacks and drinks.” friend’s cars had chocolate syrup put on it.”
-Besty Eber, right in the middle of everything.” So they don’t get in trouble, a lot of kids park This was again done by another friend and
Laseki also said the Mobil is a convenient between the gas station and the strip mall that does not make him feel any less comfortable leav-
hangout because she works at Jet’s and is always includes Jet’s Pizza, Curves, Laundromat and an ing his car there. “My friends and I have met there
in the area. orthodontist. “There are a lot of parking spaces so for two years now,” Lemasters said. “It will always
Not only is it a good central location, but junior everyone can ﬁt,” Knight said. “It has everything be our meeting place.”
Slippers: the sweeping fad
feat. Chris Brown
chicks don’t Brent Muse department stores such as Target, Meijer or Kohls because they are
pop like me.” staff writer
not too expensive and they ﬁt the same as the more expensive ones.
editor-in-chief “I wear my slippers because it makes me feel like I am at home,”
Senior Chris Marsh wears his slippers more than his tennis shoes. junior Travis Rize said. “My favorite kinds of slippers are the ones with
“You can do just about anything in them and they are much more the fur in them because they are the warmest and most comfortable.”
comfortable to wear when you’re at school,” According to Rize, he started wearing his slippers
Marsh said. “Pretty much the only thing you because he got lazy and didn’t feel like putting his shoes
Piece Of Me
Britney Spears can’t do when wearing slippers is play sports.” on in the morning. “I think girls ﬁnd slippers attractive,
Marsh is among a growing number of students I wear my slippers who wouldn’t?” Rize said.
who have begun to choose comfortable footwear because it makes Slippers are available for almost every sports team
“It’s a ﬁerce, for school. In addition many buy slippers with me feel like I am at imaginable and they are made by some of the most
hot, tranny either their favorite sports team on them or home.” popular clothing lines such as Reebok. Almost every
mess.” slippers lined with cloth or other soft materials. sports team from are sold as slippers, but not all of them
- Morgan Quist, - Travis Rize,
staff writer Slippers are also sold at stores like Brookstone are made by big name companies such as reebok. They
where they are lined with memory foam or are can be found online as well as in department stores and
made for orthopedic reasons which are supposed can also be found at some sporting events depending on
to be more comfortable because of their better the team.
quality of material. Sophomore Kristi Hughes wears her slippers at home because they
Because I Got “Slippers are easy to put on in the morning, and they are more are comfortable but rarely leaves the house with them on. “I have one
High comfortable than shoes to wear all day,” Marsh said. “They are warm pair of slippers that are blue and yellow poka dot and I love wearing
Afroman enough to wear during the winter and they are cool enough to wear in them,” Hughes said. “I usually only wear them when it is cold out,
the summer as well.” but sometimes I just wear them around my house because they are
According to Marsh, the best slippers are the ones from a comfortable.”
“Need I say
Run raises money for female athletes
get involved May 2,2008
Joan C. Banﬁeld Foundation helps community put on an annual run promoting athletic ﬁtness
Betsy Eber article talking about the inﬂuences teenage girls get from “The one mile run for little kids is fun to watch,” Haley
staff writer playing sports,” he said. said. “They have to jump a hay barrel at the end of their
Banﬁeld, one of nine children, played basketball in race. It’s really funny.”
Each year junior Haley Brewster participates in a run college and was one of two siblings in her family to attend The event is an opportunity for the community to come
put on by the Joan C Banﬁeld Foundation, founded by her college. She had a passion for sports according to Katie together and raise money for athletics in Dexter, Haley
father, Russ Brewster. The foundation is in memory of Joan Jazwinski, a physical education teacher at Mill Creek and said. Each year there are different teams who compete in
C. Banﬁeld, Haley’s grandmother. organizer of the event. the race, and this year the team with the most participants
This year the fourth annual run takes place May 4 at “Joan C Banﬁeld was an avid ﬁtness enthusiast back in will receive a $500 reward.
Hudson Mills and Haley said she will wake up early the the ‘60s and ‘70s,” Jazwinski said. “It’s a wonderful opportunity to compete and/or
morning after prom to contribute to the cause. The run promotes physical ﬁtness and activity for volunteer to help the J.C. Banﬁeld Foundation,” Anna
“I don’t do the run just because JCB was my grandma,” everyone who attends the run as well as the rest of the Krull, an organizer of a team competing at the event, said.
she said. “It’s a really awesome way to get involved with the community, according to Jazwinski. “The Joan C. Banﬁeld The run is not the only event the Joan C. Banﬁeld
community and to raise money for Dexter athletics. It’s a Foundation has been very generous to the entire Dexter Foundation helps promote. There is also a golf outing
really cool environment.” Community both in our schools and our athletic ﬁelds,” she in the summer. The foundation helps to raise money for
Realizing the Dexter community didn’t have any said. the community and Dexter athletics each year with these
programs to help female athletics, Russ said he created The run is not only for athletic adults, but each year the events.
the JCB Foundation knowing that Banﬁeld was a female fund raiser welcomes walkers and people with strollers as “The golf outing usually brings out a lot of people, but
athlete. The foundation raises money for female student well. The event consists of two runs, a one-mile run for the run is a lot of fun,” Haley said. “It’s fun to see the
athletic programs and provides scholarships and grants for younger runners and a 5K for anyone in high school and community come together and raise money for such a great
them. “I got the idea to start the foundation when I read an older. cause.”
Spreading a little holiday cheer in April
When most people are asked why they want to be involved with
a certain cause, often times the answer is “I want to help others.”
But sometimes the answer is much more personal. This is the case
with Christmas in April volunteer and food coordinator Beverly
For Hill, a sixth grade teacher at Creekside, Christmas In April
is about more than just helping others. It is about keeping a friend’s
“I became involved almost 10 years ago with a great friend,
Mary Rush,” Hill said. “We worked on this committee together for
many hours. Since she has passed away, I do Christmas In April
because I believe it is a great cause, and I also do this in memory
Although Hill does this to honor her friend, she also comes Photo compliments of Bev Hill
back every year because of the reward of helping others and seeing Lending a helping hand: 2007 Christmas in April participants help out the community by donating materials and their time to help out others
the humbled reactions of citizens. “Helping the community is very in the area in need. The volunteers spent all day doing various jobs in Dexter such as ﬁxing roofs, planting ﬂowers and painting houses.
rewarding,” she said. “Meeting with the people afterwards and
realizing what a difference we have made in their lives. Sometimes work goes in preparation for it. “I start working on this in December, Although there are many willing volunteers like Krull and Hill
just cleaning someone’s yard has made them cry since they were but a typical day starts very early getting everything ready,” she to help during Christmas In April, Hill said certain people have
unable to do this, and it gives them a lift in life that someone said. “I have chair-people that are assigned to certain areas - three negative reactions. “Sometimes I’ve heard complaints that we
cares.” chairs for yard work. They each are assigned about 10 homes. I have shouldn’t be helping certain individuals because they feel they have
While these reactions are the biggest reward for Hill, she also one chair at Gordon Hall doing yard work, washing the building the means to help themselves,” she said. “We do get referrals from
thinks it is what keeps the students coming back. “Many students and windows. I will also have a crew a the Dexter Museum painting the county and the senior citizen center and we use these to help
come back year after year because they felt that they have helped and repairing a small roof. I usually work until dark and then still individuals. I feel that everyone needs help at certain times in their
someone in the community,” she said. “Many clubs and sports working the next day.” lives. And I personally am willing to help if this will help their lives
teams come, and it has been fantastic.” Although the work is not nearly as demanding for students like be a little easier or make them have a better living arrangement.”
Christmas in April volunteer and junior Mike Krull agrees and Krull, he said the day is just as long as Hill’s. “I come and clean up Although Krull is not involved with the cause enough to be
said he is involved with the cause because he likes helping others. old shingles and do anything else they ask me to. The day is about 10 bothered with others reactions to the cause, he does think others
“It is rewarding just to know I helped someone who needed it,” he to 15 hours,” he said. Although Krull just cleans, he stresses there is should get involved, even if they are hesitant about helping. “Join, it
said. more to do if cleaning is not your favorite. “You can roof, bring food is fun to learn about things like rooﬁng and painting and being able
Christmas In April is a day-long event, but Hill said a lot more for the volunteers, paint or plant ﬂowers,” he said. to get out in the air and help others.”
Friday, May 2, 2008
the spread The Rostrum The Rostrum the spread Friday, May 2, 2008
Dexter alumnus Students attempts
The good, the bad and the slutty
to be MADE fall short
Katie Johnson reviews both sides of reality TV
stars on reality TV
Best: Worst: Hunter Lyons wasn’t selected as Nesci’s next love connection,
people like. It is also a great opportu-
uPage/get involved editor most would think it was back to the real world nity for our students.”
• Rock Of Love: This show is the • The Moment of Truth: Sometimes for the Eastern Michigan graduate instead it And students like juniors Lauren
As 2002 Dexter graduate Rebecca Rende was right back on the road. MTV’s reality show “Made” makes McLaughlin and Mike McCarthy were
epitome of what is great about game shows can be entertaining, planned to go on the MTV reality TV show For the last few weeks Rende has been going students dreams of attaining outra- ready to take on the challenge of be-
reality TV: people competing for but this show is a dumb concept. “That’s Amore,” many things went through her from city to city promoting the show. Being at geous goals and learning far-off tal- coming Made.
“love” with questionable values, Contestants take a lie detector test, mind including the excitement of meeting a these events has allowed Rende to meet other
ents come true. Jock football play- “I want to be made into a taekwon-
morals and IQs. Reality TV then are asked questions on live longtime crush, Domenico Nesci. MTV reality stars including stars from the Real
But that feeling of excitement turned into ers are made into ballerina dancers. do master,” McCarthy said. “Ever
doesn’t come much trashier than World.
television which are often aimed anxiousness as fellow Dexter 2003 grad and Proper, white girls are made into since I was a little kid, I have thought
Though Rende has a double major in com-
this and no matter how bad it is, at ruining a marriage, friendship, reality star Kyle Kavanagh warned her about gangsta rappers, and nobodies are it was really cool. My dad did it as
munications and marketing from EMU, she
its ridiculousness is thoroughly family or all three. Obviously the power of editing. said she realized while on the show that being made into prom queens. Producers a club sport in college, so he got me
enjoyable. And it has timeless people go on the show for their 15 •Rebecca Rende Kavanagh was a contestant on the fifth in- in front of the camera was what she wanted to search nationwide for the kid whose interested.”
contestants such as Lacy, Kristy stallment of America’s Next Top Model. do. future is about to change. McCarthy said the audition process
minutes of fame, but the show is
“I actually talked to Kyle the night before Rende who has also been taking acting
Jo, Heather and of course Daisy. too hyped up and overly dramatic. From a nationwide search, “Made” was simple. “All I had to do was bring
I left for LA.” Rende said.” She said to watch classes says her idol has always been the late found its way to Dexter High School in my picture, fill out a form asking
what I say because a lot of it can be taken out Chris Farley.
• Project Runway: A classy reality for the second why I want
• Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew: of context.” “My acting coach has told me that many
time on March to be made
TV show. Whether you enjoy Washed up celebrities such as Rende whose goal is to someday become a of my mannerisms are similar to his,” Rende
actor on “Saturday Night Live” said a lot of the said. “Though I don’t want to gain 200 pounds 17. and what
fashion, or are a hot mess, Chyna and Brigitte Nielson ﬁght drama that you saw on TV wasn’t as bad as it like him, what he did is exactly what I want to “First MTV my motiva-
this show always proves to be drug and alcohol addiction. Sure, seemed. sent me a let- tion is,” he
do someday on SNL.”
entertaining. Each season is a their struggles are sad, but the “For the most part all the girls liked each But after all the tears shed on national TV ter, and then said.
little different with new challenges show is too dramatic. other and got along in the house,” she said and the long hours of promotion, one has to they called Howev-
and the show never lacks creativity “Yeah, there were a few girls that hated each wonder if it was all worth it but Rende said she me,” Princi- er, the au-
other, but for the most part everyone got along has no regrets.
with different challenges such as • Making the Band: None of the pal Kit Mo- dition itself
really well. Also, I really don’t cry that much “It was so much fun and I loved it.” She said
designing dresses made of candy bands on this show have become but for some reason they made me look like I of her experience on “That’s Amore.” “I got to
ran said. “I was noth-
and designing outﬁts from different didn’t have ing like
remotely popular. Enough said. was constantly crying.” meet so many cool people. I would do it again
eras. But after the show was over and Rende in a heartbeat.” much time to McCarthy
deal with it so expected.
• The Hills: This show isn’t really
I pushed it off “I thought
• American Idol: In past seasons reality TV and probably never has cause they are so cheap to make. However, most of these shows have very to Assistant there would
the show has been too pop- been because some of it, if not all, little value, and I suspect that producers are scripting them, since they all Principal Tim be a whole
based, but this season it has is scripted. And the characters have a villain and other stereotypical roles.” Authier.” panel of judges and stuff,” he said.
gained respectability because the
contestants are allowed to play
instruments. There are also some
can’t act. Although the show is at
times amusing, when characters
attempt to be deep when Heidi
escape in reality TV One of these such shows, and the one least favored by Mattner, is the
popular show “Survivor.”
“I despise the idea of people scheming and working against each oth-
Authier said MTV “Made” pro-
ducers gave Dexter, along with other
schools in the Midwest, their phone
“But there was only one guy with a
camera on top of his bag.” McCarthy
added this person videotaped all of
standout unique performers this Emily VanDusen er,” she said. “It’s a terrible value to promote. I’ve also seen commercials number if the schools were interest- the auditions.
tries to ﬁx her shattered friendship staff writer
season, such as Jason Castro and for ‘Moment of Truth,’ and that show seems downright immoral - get- ed. McLaughlin aspires to master the
with Lauren. Overall, the plot line
Brooke White. Most people have guilty pleasures, whether an embarrassing music ting people to admit their deepest secrets that could hurt other people for “There was a three week window art of Irish dancing. “I think I can do
is too ridiculous.
collection or a secret addiction to “People” magazine. For English teacher money.” for them to come, and I thought it it if I work really hard,” she said.
Mary Mattner, however, enjoyment is found deep in the jungle of reality For now, at least, Mattner is limiting her intake of silly reality shows would be a good opportunity for the “I must have impressed the judg-
• I Love New York/Flavor of Love: • The Real World: MTV may have hit television. to include only “Rock of Love,” the VH1 show that follows rocker Bret Mi- students after the MME, the long ugly es,” she added. “I was the only
Trashy in all of its glory. Who can gold with this show, now entering “I love ‘Project Runway’ and ‘Top Chef,’ ” Mattner said. “And I am deep- chaels from the band Poison in his quest to ﬁnd a perfect mate amongst 25 winter and a lot of craziness. I thought DHS student to receive a call back.”
ever forget when Tiffany “New its 20th season. But that doesn’t ly ashamed to admit that, yes, I also watch ‘Rock of Love.’ It’s Sunday female hopefuls. it was about time the students had McLaughlin received the call three
York” Pollard promised to “whoop make it any less awful. The world night, and I know I should be watching the latest Jane Austen movie on “It’s one of those shows that is so horribly bad, it’s hard to look away,” some fun.” days after her audition and she said
Pumkin’s ass”? And “Flavor needs another season like Michael PBS, but ... ” Mattner said. “The people on the show are train wrecks, and that makes Authier considers Dexter students the conversation lasted two hours.
of Love” always has some true Moore needs another Big Mac. Mattner said she started watching reality TV for no particular reason, them kind of strangely fascinating.” to be driven and said this may be one “Made” producers asked her every-
characters such as Buckwild, saying she was just looking for something escapist on TV to watch before Mattner has also found she can relate to some of her students in regards of the reasons producers came to DHS. thing about her life. “They asked me
Hotlanta and Deelishis. bed. Now, however, she said she ﬁnds it a hard habit to kick. to her taste in reality television. “We have a lot of motivated people in about my boyfriend, friends and par-
“I’ve followed ‘Project Runway’ from the ﬁrst year,” she said. “I’m kind “(Seniors) Gina Steffey, Katie Johnson, and Rachel Ariyavatkul and I this school,” he said. “A lot of people ents,” she said. “They really wanted
of fascinated by people, like those on ‘Project Runway’ and ‘Top Chef,’ who usually share quick notes about ‘Rock of Love’ before AP English Litera- who want to try something new.” to get to know me.”
can create something from scratch under such rigid, timed conditions. It ture starts on Monday,” she said. Moran said the producers didn’t McLaughlin said The “Made” pro-
amazes me that their minds work so fast.” “Most of them are just slutty and that’s why it’s so funny,” Ariyavatkul tell him or Authier much information, ducers told her if they were still in-
Though some consider “Project Runway” and “Top Chef” to be smart said of the characters on the show. “But we share in the love of talking but he agreed to allow them to come terested in her, they would call her
reality shows due to their critical acclaim and award-winning status, about them.” back like last year. “I was glad to in- again soon. “That was like two weeks
Mattner admits most reality television isn’t exactly brain food. “Like me, they see it as one of those shows you hate yourself for watch- vite them back to Dexter,” Moran said. ago,” she said. “So I don’t think they
“Most reality TV is drek,” she said. “I guess networks produce them be- ing,” Mattner said. “But you just can’t look away.” “Dexter meets some demographic that are interested anymore.”
Friday, May 2, 2008 puzzle page The Rostrum
LYRIC PUZZLES Sudoku Match lyrics to their songs
Lyrics from daily top 50 songs
for April, 2008 2 4 1
6 9 4
What songs are these lines from?
2 5 6
1) “And the hearts all over the world tonight”
2) “You got me trippin’, stumbling, ﬂippin’, fumbling” 5 9
3) “We can go to the tropics/ Sip pina coladas” 7 6 1 2 3
4) “This club will hopefully/ Be closed in three weeks/ That would be cool with me”
9 3 5 8
4 8 7 9
5)”I wasn’t looking for nobody when you looked my way”
Answer key to left
6) “Now and again we try/ To just stay alive/ Maybe we’ll turn it around”
7) “Cause I’ve Drawn Regret/ For the Truth/ Of a Thousand Lies”
8) ”At the summer camp they volunteered/ No one saw your face, no one saw your fear”
8 2 7 6 5 3
8. “Supernatural Superserious”-R.E.M. 7 5
1 6 3
5. “Don’t stop the music”-Rihanna 6. “Never Too Late”-Three Days Grace 7. “What I’ve Done”-Linkin’ Park
1. “With you”-Chris Brown 2. “Clumsy”-Fergie 3. “Take you there”-Sean Kingston 4. “Paralyzer”-Finger Eleven
4 6 1 5 2
5 2 1
3 4 9
3 6 7
Answer key to left
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@ A JOB INTERVIEW Derek Wooton NOT TO DO:
1) Dress nicely. You have one chance to make a good impression of yourself . So get 1) No tattoos/ piercings. If you’ve got tattoos, make sure they’re not visible. Take
out the nice clothes and spiffy up. your piercings out if you’re a guy. You won’t be taken seriously. If you’re a girl, don’t
wear earrings that are out there. Small and conservative is what you should aim for.
2) Sit up. No matter what the job is, be it at McDonald’s or a career, sit up. Don’t be
slouchy. 2) Lie. If you get the job and they ﬁnd out you lied during your interview, they might
3) Be prepared. You’re going to be asked a lot of questions so make sure you’re ready
to think on the spot. Also there’s probably going to be questions about you and how 3) Be shy/ tense. Grow up, speak up and talk to the person interviewing you. You
well you work, what your weaknesses are etc. Know yourself and be straightforward. applied for the job, so don’t go to the interview quiet and tense.
4) Be yourself. You got in for the interview so you probably are going to get the job. 4) Wear plaid. The person might look at you and you and laugh. Plaid represents
Be yourself. Be comfortable but not too comfortable. two things: redneck or Scottish.
5) Give good handshakes. You’re probably going to have to shake hands with the 5) Make inappropriate jokes. There’s nothing worse than tossing something out
person interviewing you, so stand up straight, take hold of their hand and give a nice there that’s offensive or not funny. So be safe. Don’t joke too much unless you know
ﬁrm shake, none of that shy, barely- touching- their hand crap. it will be funny to everyone.
Q&A WITH SCIENCE TEACHER
Q: Hello Mrs. Kreeger, how are you this afternoon? Kevin
A: Good. Butler
Q: I’m gonna cut right to the chase. There have
been reports, and correct me if I’m wrong, that you
are not a fan of The Squall?
A: Yeah, I’ve banned The Squall from my classroom
Q: Why so much anger?
A: Because I’ve been misquoted several times
(actually only once.). And the lewd drawings that
What is your “Flavor of Love” “Shot at Love “Real House- “Deal or No “Shot at Love”
show up on pictures.
with Tila wives of New Deal” season 1 and 2
Q: Well, I’m glad we got that out of the way. So Tequila” York City”
Mrs. Kreeger, besides me, who is your favorite
student of all time?
A: Oh my gosh that’s so hard. I don’t wanna make
anyone upset. But I have especially enjoyed
Austin (Shapiro), Phil (Huddleston), TJ (Fenske) and
James (Bell). Who would you Betsy Eber’s An airplane so A giraﬀe Pothole ﬁller A tricky tranny
girlfriend. that I can ﬂy.
like to be MADE
Q: Swell, so I have heard that this year on Spring
Break in the Cancun airport you saw my group of
friends and you proceeded to hide behind your
husband. Is this true?
A: Maybe. I tried to wave, but then I decided not
to. You guys looked like you were in pretty rough
shape. No. She is an Hell yes I would. Most deﬁnitely. I would be Well, I am pretty
Would you STD ﬁlled cow. interested. cute ...
take a shot at
Q: Bush league. Well, did you at least have a good
time in Mexico?
love with Tila
A: I so did. I didn’t wanna come home. Tequila?
Q: Did you get buck wild in any clubs down there?
A: I did not. I avoided them. I really didn’t wanna
see any students in wet T-shirt contests. Ryan Stefan Elslager Mr. Dagg Me and you Domenico,
Who is without a doubt
Q: Me too. On a scale of 1-10. One being not at all
and 10 being severely depressed, how sad are you Top Model?
that the class of ‘08, the class you’ve advised for
the past four years, will graduate this June?
A: Ten. Severely depressed. I’m so sad.
Q: Can we still hang out? Eat deer I wouldn’t eat Getting Giving up Getting
What is a
A: You can always come back and visit. testicles. That bugs. naked while Facebook. naked while
“Fear Factor” was rude. swimming
Q: Good talking to you. Much love. challenge you sharks. naked with Tim
would not do? Pituch.
Friday, May 2, 2008
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
May Friday Saturday
1 2 3
• Soccer @ • Golf @ Greenhills • Prom
AA Pioneer • Tennis @ Brooklyn • Baseball @
• Baseball vs. Chelsea CC Whitmore Lake Inv.
• Softball vs. Chelsea • Track @ Saline
4 5 6 7 8 9 10
• Golf @ Hartland • Soccer vs. Bedford • Golf Quint @ • Soccer @ Chelsea • Soccer vs. Dearborn • Golf @ Manchester
Inv. • Baseball vs. Lincoln • Baseball @ • Track @ Lakeland Inv.
• Baseball @ AA Pinckney • Tennis vs. AA Tecumseh
Pioneer • Softball vs. Huron • Softball @
• Tennis @ Lincoln Pinckney
• Softball vs. Pioneer • Track vs. Lincoln
11 12 13 14 15 16 17
• Baseball vs. Bedford • Golf @ AA Pioneer • Soccer @ Tecumseh • Softball @ AA • Soccer vs. Fenton
• Tennis @ Chelsea • Baseball vs. News Tournament • Baseball @ Monroe
• Softball vs. Bedford Brooklyn CC Jefferson Inv.
• Tennis Regionals
18 19 20 21 22 23 24
• Senior exams begin • Soccer @ Adrian • Senior’s Last Day • Senior trip to Cedar • PPD Day-
• Tennis SEC @ • Soccer vs. Lincoln Point No Students
Chelsea • Golf SEC @ Huron • Golf Districts
• Softball @ Milan • Softball vs. Ida • Baseball SEC @
• Track SEC @ Chelsea
25 26 27 28 29 30 31
• Memorial Day-no • Soccer Districts • Breakfast of • Golf Regionals • Senior Breakfast • Baseball Districts @
school Begin Champions • Honors Convocation Brighton
• Softball Districts