Category: Sports

Women’s Pioneer Basketball stopped in pursuit of victory

Women’s Pioneer Basketball stopped in pursuit of victory

By Steele Wynne, reporter. UNIVERSITY CENTER ― The Delta College women’s basketball team has been set back following their loss to the Mid Michigan Lakers Saturday, Dec. 8. The loss is largely due to the Lady Pioneers’ lack of stamina in the third quarter. While the game was neck and neck with a tied score of 31-31 at the half, […]

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NFL’s week 14 brings stress to fantasy owners

NFL’s week 14 brings stress to fantasy owners

By Joe Thornton As if finals season wasn’t stressful enough, many college students have another source of stress in these turbulent times — fantasy football playoffs. Hopefully, you’re in a better spot than I am going into week 14. As you can see, the standings are especially tight in this league. With week 13 finishing up soon, I am roughly […]

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The NFL continues to produce domestic abusers

The NFL continues to produce domestic abusers

By Joe Thornton, editor-in-chief Over the weekend, a video surfaced of Chiefs’ running back Kareem Hunt pushing over a woman and then kicking her in a hotel. This video was from an altercation that occurred back in February with the video being part of a police report. Both the Chiefs’ organization and the NFL stated this is the first time […]

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Delta College women’s basketball team falls short in close games

Delta College women’s basketball team falls short in close games

By Joe Thornton, editor-in-chief. With the Lady Pioneers having played five games, they have performed underwhelmingly against the competition, with their record sitting at 2-3. This isn’t much of a problem for the team, as their win record is only one win away from being at .500; however, this may be indicative of a larger problem for the team early […]

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McMath’s Pioneers continue their win streak

McMath’s Pioneers continue their win streak

By Joe Thornton, editor-in-chief. With multiple games in the books, the Delta College men’s basketball team has gotten off to a hot start this year. Through six games (though some are exhibitions/scrimmages), they have managed to find their rhythm while remaining undefeated. The most impressive part about this team is the amount of playmakers they possess. It seems that each […]

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Frustrated Fan: Michigan football continues to disappoint

Frustrated Fan: Michigan football continues to disappoint

By Joe Thornton, editor-in-chief. Coach Harbaugh, Ol’ buddy, ol’ pal. Here we are again. The same spot we end up in every year. Winning big, getting our hopes up, but then losing the game(s) that really matter. When is it going to end? Well, obviously not this year. The only thing that came to an end this season was hopes […]

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Women’s basketball team puts up big points against Glen Oaks

Women’s basketball team puts up big points against Glen Oaks

By Joe Thornton, editor-in-chief. As the resounding echo of basketballs dribbling filled the Pioneer Gym on Nov. 14, the Delta women’s basketball team had nothing on their mind but victory. With a fairly young roster of freshmen, these girls felt a need to prove themselves on the court. This comes from not only within the players, but also from Head […]

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Pioneer of the Week: Peyton Miller outhustles the competition

Pioneer of the Week: Peyton Miller outhustles the competition

By Joe Thornton, editor-in-chief. Peyton Miller, sophomore center for the men’s basketball team, has come into his own in his second year for the Pioneers. Before the season began, he was recognized by Head Coach Carlos McMath as a player who “leads by example,” and he did more of that in the Pioneers’ recent game against Olivet’s JV team. Miller, […]

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Men’s basketball light up the court with talent

Men’s basketball light up the court with talent

By Joe Thornton, editor-in-chief. Following a weekend of basketball at the Kalamazoo Valley Community College (KVCC) Invitational, Head Coach Carlos McMath and his team faced the Olivet Comets’ JV team at home on Nov. 14. The Delta College Pioneers had momentum for this game after going 3-0 over the weekend, and they looked to continue their win streak against the […]

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College basketball season begins with a new bully

College basketball season begins with a new bully

By Joe Thornton, editor-in-chief. With NBA basketball beginning and everyone hyped up over LeBron James and the Golden State Warriors, that hype train is given a little more room to breathe as college basketball begins. Actually, should we call this college basketball season, or just name it “Zion and R.J.’s reign of terror”? For those who don’t know, Zion Williamson […]

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