Tuesday, March 12, 2013
The St. Clair Shores community will gather from 1-5 p.m. March 24 at Barrister Gardens for the annual Shorian Taste Fest fundraiser for the Lake Shore Quarterback Club.
A list of some of the businesses and restaurants participating in the annual Shorian Taste Fest fundraiser for the Lake Shore Quarterback Club at Barrister Gardens has been released. Among the restaurants that will be offering samples of their dishes at the annual fundraiser include: Area business that are participating include: Proceeds from the event allow the quarterback club to purchase items including helmets, weight room equipment and video equipment. Advance tickets are $15, and are available through the high school athletic Office. Tickets at the door are $20. Children under 7-years-old are $5. For ticket information call (586) 285-8920. This report was updated March 18.
Sunday, March 3, 2013
Lake Shore Shore Shorian JacQuan Moore lost Saturday in the Michigan High School Athletic Association State Wrestling Individual Finals.
Lake Shore Shorian JacQuan Moore advanced to the finals of the MHSAA State Wrestling Individual Finals, but lost to reigning state champion Zac Hall of St. Johns. Moore, who wrestled at 125 pounds, lost to Hall who has won three straight championships according to an article in the Detroit Free Press. Wrestlers from across the state, in a variety of weight classes, competed in the Michigan High School Athletic Association state wrestling finals this weekend at the Palace of Auburn Hills.
Friday, March 1, 2013
The Lake Shore Shorians boys bowling team did not collect enough pins to advance Friday at the state bowling tournament.
The Lake Shore Shorians boys bowling team were unable to collect enough pins Friday at the state bowling competition at Century Lanes in Waterford. The team was not one of the top eight teams after morning qualifying to move on to the match play finals. Cody Lowry will compete at 8:25 a.m. Saturday for the singles championship at the state competition.
Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Lake Shore student Marcus William Barnett was one of 13 athletes statewide who will receive a $1,000 scholarship.
Lake Shore student Marcus William Barnett is one of 13 Class A student-athletes selected to receive a $1,000 scholarship from the Michigan High School Athletic Association. The award winners were chosen based on a combination of athletic and academic excellence, according to MHSAA. Barnett is a three-sport athlete who has won four letters in soccer and track and field, and three in basketball. He is all-state and academic all-state in soccer, and was team captain as a senior, according to a release from MHSAA. He also won all-academic awards three straight years in basketball and track and field and was team captain in track and field who was a qualifier for the MHSAA Lower Peninsula Finals first three years in school. Barnett was …
Monday, February 18, 2013
Lake Shore graduate George Allen, who was a celebrated football coach and is enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, will be honored in his hometown of St. Clair Shores.
The Pro Football Hall of Fame recently announced that it will bring the Hometown Hall of Famers program to St. Clair Shores to honor Lake Shore graduate George Allen. The program, a collaboration with Allstate Insurance, honors the hometown roots of members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame as part of the Hall's 50th anniversary in 2013. "Honoring the hometowns that helped create the foundation for Hall of Famers' pathway to the Hall will be truly special as these plaques will live forever in their hometown communities," said George Veras, Pro Football Hall of Fame Enterprises president and CEO, in a release. "The Hall of Fame is pleased that Allstate has recognized the significance of this program and given all of us - the players, their …
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
Lake Shore senior James Bush signed a letter of intent to play at Northwood University.
Lake Shore High School senior James Bush signed a letter of intent Wednesday to play football at Northwood University on National Signing Day. Bush, 18, was a three-year varsity started on the Shorians football team where he played as an offensive and defensive lineman. "He is really a devastating hitter," said Lake Shore football Coach Tom Iwanicki. He added that Bush is the first player from one of his teams to play NCAA Division II football. "I am excited. I can't wait to get started," said Bush, who is planning on majoring in entertainment and sports promotion management. Like Patch on Facebook | Follow Patch on Twitter | Sign up for Patch's free daily e-newsletter
Saturday, February 2, 2013
A design by Olivia Brown, a Lakeview High School senior, was selected to be the logo for the 2013 Memorial Day Parade.
A design by Lakeview High School senior Olivia Brown was selected to be the logo for the 2013 Memorial Day Parade. Members of the Parade Committee opened the contest to students from Lakeview, Lake Shore and South Lake high schools, seeking entries for the annual parade logo contest with the theme "A Time to Honor." A panel of veterans selected the winning design. Brown will receive a proclamation at the Feb. 19 City Council Meeting. All entries will be on display in City Hall, and in Dockside Cafe in March. Editors note: The logos are now correclty identified.
Wednesday, January 30, 2013
Post an announcement or photo on Patch to let us know if your student-athlete has made plans for college.
National Signing Day on Wednesday, Feb. 6, is a big day for many student-athletes, and we would love for you to share their accomplishments on St. Clair Shores Patch. For some high school senior athletes, it's a day they make their college plans official. It's something to take pride in, and we would love to help parents, coaches and athletic directors spread the word. Patch has several ways in which you can share the news about student-athletes from Lake Shore, Lakeview and South Lake. Start spreading the news today on Patch!
Sunday, January 27, 2013
Of 120 finalists, 32 will be chosen to win a $1,000 scholarship.
The Michigan High School Athletic Association (MHSAA) announced finalists for the 2012-2013 Scholar-Athlete Award today, and a Lake Shore High School student is the lone athlete from a St. Clair Shores on the list. Marcus William Barnett is a finalist this year. Of the 120 finalists announced today, 32 will be chosen to receive the $1,000 scholarships. Award winners are chosen based on a combination of athletic and academic excellence. To be eligible for the award, students must have a cumulative grade point average of 3.50 (on a 4.0 scale), and previously have won a varsity letter in at least one sport in which the MHSAA sponsors a postseason tournament. Students also were asked to respond to a series of short essay questions, submit two…
Friday, January 25, 2013
The Huskies boys varsity basketball team defeated the Shorians Friday night in a city rivalry game which was also a benefit for the The Fallen and Wounded Soldiers Fund.
The Lakeview Huskies boys varsity basketball team defeated the Lake Shore Shorians 53-41 Friday in rivalry game with a cause. Lakeview boys varsity coach John Carr, a veteran himself, organized the special day of three boys and three girls games to raise funds for the The Fallen and Wounded Soldiers Fund. All funds raised from ticket sales, concessions, t-shirts and donations will be given to the fund. Lakeview improved to 9-3. Lake Shore falls to 4-7.