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Lavar just needs to let his kids Ball

Lavar just needs to let his kids Ball

by Ethan Moore, page editor. March Madness is one of the greatest times of the year because it’s the only time of year that you can spend all of your waking hours watching basketball. However, if you have used social media or watched ESPN during the tournament, you have probably noticed something about Lavar Ball and his sons Lonzo, Liangelo […]

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Pioneers boost record to 8-9 after busy week of away games

Pioneers boost record to 8-9 after busy week of away games

By Adam Przeslak, staff reporter. The Delta Pioneers’ baseball team went 3-2 this week after starting off their away trip Monday, March 20, with a 12-2 loss to the Northwood JV team. Both Ty Robbins and Ty Jones scored on runs for the Pioneers thanks to RBIs by Mitch Morley and Dylan Steinke. Jones also got a stolen base on […]

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The Pistons mid-season slump

The Pistons mid-season slump

By Logan Miller, staff reporter.  The Detroit Pistons started the season out strong, like most NBA experts predicted, but unexpectedly fell into a serious mid-season slump. It began with the return of their injured point guard, Reggie Jackson, whose over-dribbling slows down the Piston’s offensive movement and flow. Whatever the moment, whether it be selflessly swinging the ball around the […]

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Why Americans love March Madness

Why Americans love March Madness

By Adam Przeslak, staff reporter.  This time of year American sports fans get their fill of excitement with the Super Bowl, America’s biggest sporting event. However once the NFL season comes to a close there is very little excitement left for the typical sports fan. The NHL and the NBA requires each team to play 82 games per season so […]

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Back-to-back wins for Delta basketball teams

Back-to-back wins for Delta basketball teams

By Logan Miller, staff reporter. Delta women’s basketball team won against St. Clair County Community College, 90.83. It was competitive throughout, though the Pioneers consistently directed the tempo and direction of the game. The score never got entirely out of hand on either side. After one quarter, Delta was up 24-20 against St. Clair. They played strong, physical defense, limiting […]

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Back-to-back basketball games; a win for Delta women’s team, a loss for men

Back-to-back basketball games; a win for Delta women’s team, a loss for men

By Logan Miller, staff reporter. UNIVERSITY CENTER– The Delta women’s basketball team matched up against Oakland Wednesday, Jan. 11. They won the game 73-67. It was a rowdy, competitive game throughout. The crowd was very much into it, calling for fouls and traveling. The leading scorers for the Lady Pioneers were Harmany Williams with 10, Jenna Szostak 10, and Lauren […]

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Pioneers throttle Alpena, start conference play strong

Pioneers throttle Alpena, start conference play strong

by Ethan Moore, sports editor.  In the team’s return from break, the Pioneers came out strong and quickly put away their first game of 2017. Alpena was no match for the Delta team who shot 58 percent from the field and a staggering 55 percent from three. The game was never in doubt as Delta started the game on a […]

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Lady Pioneers have an up and down couple weeks, go 2-3

Lady Pioneers have an up and down couple weeks, go 2-3

By Logan Miller, staff reporter. On Friday Nov. 11, Delta College women’s basketball lost against Rock Valley College, 76-67. Although Delta lead by eight with 1:34 left in the second quarter, Rock Valley came back and regained the lead after halftime, outscoring Delta by nine in the third quarter. Harmany Williams, freshman point guard, continued to play well just as […]

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Pioneer of the Week – Trey ‘Trigga’ Newsham brings excitement to 16-17 Pioneers team

Pioneer of the Week – Trey ‘Trigga’ Newsham brings excitement to 16-17 Pioneers team

By Adam Przeslak, staff reporter. One of the newest faces gracing the court for the Delta College men’s basketball team is Essexville Garber graduate Trey Newsham. The 18-year-old, first year Pioneer is known for his quick release and court presence earning him a plethora of nicknames but most notably ‘Trigga’ Trey. Newsham played a key role in taking the Garber […]

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Pioneers go 1-1 in the Lakeland CC Tourney, lose to ranked Lansing CC

Pioneers go 1-1 in the Lakeland CC Tourney, lose to ranked Lansing CC

By Ethan Moore, sports editor. The men’s basketball team took a trip to Kirtland, OH to play in a local tournament where they took on regional community college teams from Ohio. The Pioneers lost a close one to the Mercyhurst Northeast Saints in the tournament opener, in spite of a 20-point performance from, Point Guard, Jonathan Swift. The teams traded […]

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