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    • Skippers open Eastern Conference play against Schoolcraft Tuesday at home

      The St. Clair County Community College volleyball team begins its quest for a Michigan Community College Athletic Association Eastern Conference title Tuesday night at home. 

      The Skippers (8-4) are scheduled to meet Schoolcraft College in their league and home opener at 7 p.m.

      Coach Chuck Weisner's squad finished second in the league a year ago with a 7-3 record, three games behind unbeaten Oakland CC.

      "I've told a lot of people and talked to the girls about how tight the league is going to be this season," Weisner said. "It's going to be a dogfight. We've seen all the teams in the Eastern Conference play with the exception of Alpena.

      "The key is going to be who plays the most consistent. We've had stretches where we've played well. The girls and coaches know we have to do it all the time and not just part of the time."

      SC4 tuned up for the conference with a trip to the Lakeland Invitational this past weekend. The Skippers won three of their four matches.

      On Friday, the Skippers  fell to Lorain County CC 25-18, 25-23, 16-26, 18-25, 12-15 in their opener, but bounced back with a five-game victory over Cuyahoga CC 25-9, 21-25, 25-16, 18-25, 15-9.

      The squad picked up two victories Saturday, defeating host Lakeland CC 26-28, 25-23, 14-25, 25-14, 15-8, and Genesee CC 25-21, 25-14, 25-16.

      "It was a good weekend," Weisner said. "We had some injuries last week. Bri (Alspaugh) was injured during an incident putting up the net at practice and she didn't play Friday. Alex (Shell) had class on Friday and didn't play.

      "I think there's a good chance we could have pulled out that first one Friday and gone 4-0 for the weekend. But we had a chance to play a lot of players and get them valuable court experience."

      Anchor Bay graduate Kendall Stoll, a 6-foot-3 outside hitter, sparked the Skippers at the net with 66 kills in the four matches. Freshman outside hitter Sarah Phillips added 33 kills and seven aces, while Shell, a Port Huron Northern grad, chipped in with 20 kills and eight blocks.

      Weisner said Kaitlyn Gilchrist, a freshman outside hitter/setter, turned in an all-around strong performance with 53 assists and 33 kills. Freshman setter Amanda Falkenhagen finished with 101 assists and Yale's Liz Glombowski sparked the defense with 64 digs.

      "The girls are so excited about opening the season at home," Weisner said. "We also get to play our second match at home Thursday night against Mott. This will give the student body a chance to see us twice this week."

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    • Bold print indicates home games, which are played in the SC4 gym on the Port Huron campus.

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      DateOpponentTime/results
      Friday, Aug. 29

      Owens Community College (Invitational)

      Skippers vs. Iowa Central Community College

      Skippers vs. Catawba Valley Community College


      Lost: 21-25, 22-25, 25-21, 21-25

      Lost: 15-25, 25-22, 22-26, 22-25

      Saturday, Aug. 30

      Owens Community College (Invitational)

      Skippers vs. Kankakee Community College

      Skippers vs. Cuyahoga Community College



      Won: 25-16, 21-25, 25-22, 25-22

      Won: 22-25, 25-16, 25-23, 25-11

      Sunday, Aug. 31

      Owens Community College (Invitational)

      Skippers vs. Genesee Community College

      Skippers vs. Edison Community College



      Won: 25-23, 22-25, 25-16, 19-25, 16-14

      Won: 25-16, 26-24, 25-5

      Saturday, Sept. 6Owens Community College (Tri-Match)Won: 25-9, 25-15, 25-19
      Lost: 23-25, 17-25, 22-25
      Friday, Sept. 12

      Lakeland Invitational

      Skippers vs. Lorain County Community College

      Skippers vs. Cuyahoga Community College

      Lost: 25-18, 25-23, 16-26, 18-25, 12-15

      Won: 25-9, 21-25, 25-16, 18-25, 15-9

      Saturday, Sept. 13

      Lakeland Invitational

      Skippers vs. Lakeland Community College

      Skippers vs. Genesee Community College

      Won: 26-28, 25-23, 14-25, 25-14, 15-8

      Won: 25-21, 25-14, 25-16

      Tuesday, Sept. 16Schoolcraft College
      7 p.m.
      Thursday, Sept. 18Mott Community College7 p.m.
      Tuesday, Sept. 23Macomb Community College 7 p.m.
      Thursday, Sept. 25Oakland Community College7 p.m.
      Saturday, Sept. 27Grand Rapids Raider ChallengeTBA
      Sunday, Sept. 28Grand Rapids Raider ChallengeTBA
      Tuesday, Sept. 30Schoolcraft College7 p.m.
      Tuesday, Oct. 7Mott Community College7 p.m.
      Thursday, Oct. 9
      vs. Macomb Community College
      7 p.m.
      Saturday, Oct. 11
      vs. Alpena Community College
      11 a.m.
      Tuesday, Oct. 14Oakland Community College7 p.m.
      Friday, Oct. 17Rock Valley TournamentTBA
      Saturday, Oct. 18Rock Valley TournamentTBA
      Friday, Oct. 25MCCAA State TournamentTBA
      Oct. 31 to Nov. 2 NJCAA District TournamentTBA
      Nov. 21 to 23NJCAA National Tournament TBA
    • Meet the team




    •  NO.NAMEPOSHTYRHOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL

      Shell, Alex #1

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      1Alex ShellMH5'11"SOFort Gratiot/Port Huron Northern High School

       Nichols,  Heather #3

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      3Heather Nichols S5'5"FRBoyne City/Boyne City High School

      Stoll, Kendall #4

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      4Kendall Stoll OH6'3"FRChesterfield/Anchor Bay High School

      Falkenhagen, Amanda #7

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      7Amanda Falkenhagen S5'6"FRChesterfield/L'Anse Creuse High School

      Haddon, Jenna #8

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      8Jenna Haddon OH5'10"FRSt. Clair/St. Clair High School

      Zuege, Jalissa #9 
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      9Jalissa Zuege DS5'4"SOPort Huron/Port Huron High School
      Tuffin, Jaime #10

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      10Jaime TuffinOH 5'9"SOPort Huron/Port Huron High School

       Hornbacher, Taylor #11

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      11Taylor HornbacherOH5'9" SOMarysville/Marysville High School

       Gordon, Hannah #12 
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      12Hannah Gordon DS5'8"FRLapeer/North Branch High School

       Glombowski, Elizabeth #14

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      14Elizabeth GlombowskiDS5'4"FRAvoca/Yale High School
       Phillips, Sarah #15 
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      15Sarah PhillipsOH/S5'9"FR Metamora/Lapeer East  High School
      Hagelstein, Autumn #16 

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      16Autumn HagelsteinOH6'FRBeula/Benzie Central High School

      17Briann Alspaugh MH6'FRSt. Louis/St. Louis High School
      Wangelin, Tori #18 

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      18Victoria Wangelin MH/OH6' FRPalms/Deckerville High School

       Johnson, Jordan #19

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      19Jordan Johnson MH5'10"FRSt. Clair/St. Clair High School

       Gilchrist, Kaitlyn #20

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      20Kaitlyn Gilchrist OH/S5'8" FRMacomb/Lutheran High School
       HEAD COACH: Chuck Weisner
      ASSISTANT COACHES: Ray Cornwell, Jr., Paul Levandowski, Kristina Morrow

      STATISTICIAN: Judy Weisner
      VIDEOGRAPHER: Harold Tramski

      COLLEGE PRESIDENT: Dr. Kevin A. Pollock
      DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS: Dale R. Vos
      ATHLETIC TRAINERS: John Brady and Kim Hartman
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    • If you are interested in playing volleyball at SC4, contact Coach Chuck Weisner at (810) 989-5672 by Aug. 1 or fill out this online form.