July 31, 2014

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With spring comes Baseball!

Spring is bustling with activity around the high school including Baseball! Can You Get Your Ex Back… Click image for more info ...

With spring comes Baseball! With spring comes Baseball!

Soccer Time

Spring is bustling with activity around the high school!… Click image for more info ...

Soccer Time Soccer Time

Fun Run Fun!

  The annual Fun Run at Hudson Mills was on May 9th.  Dexter High School National Honor Society Students helped at this event.  What a great time!… Click image for more info ...

Fun Run Fun! Fun Run Fun!

Farm Day at Wylie

  Local farmers visited Wylie to learn about and celebrate Farm Day.  Students learned about different vegetables, farming and what is involved in a farmers day to day life.… Click image for more info ...

Farm Day at Wylie Farm Day at Wylie

Science Night Oobleck!

  Cornerstone Elementary School Science night was a ton of messy fun!  The students had a chance to play in large tubs of Oobleck.  Is it a solid or a liquid?  Our Cornerstone scientists tried to answer the question.  Thank you CPTG for a great night!… Click image for more info ...

Science Night Oobleck! Science Night Oobleck!

Dexter High School 2014 Women’s Lacrosse Academic All-American Players

The Dexter High School Women’s Lacrosse team capped off an outstanding athletic season with a strong academic finish: the team received Academic All-State honors and three players -- seniors Kerrigan Baird, Sabrina Meo, and junior Erin Dawson were named Academic All-Americans.

According to US Lacrosse, the national governing body of men’s, women’s, and youth lacrosse, All-American team members are players who exhibit superior skills and technique, possess exceptional game sense and knowledge, and embody excellent sportsmanship. These are among the best players in the United States. All-Academic team members exhibit exemplary lacrosse skills, demonstrate good sportsmanship on the field, and represent high standards of academic achievement as well as community involvement.

The team finished the season with a 15-6 record and a district championship—winning the SEC White Division 15-6 against Gross Pointe Woods University Liggett on May 22. This was the young program’s first ever playoff win, in their second season as a varsity sport. In 2014 the team had 13 regular season wins, compared with a total of 11 wins in the previous three years combined (including two years as a club sport).

Head Coach Mark Erber commented: “The academic success of this team is something the coaching staff was very proud of. Playing three games and practicing for twelve hours a week requires extraordinary time management skills. This team exemplifies the term ‘Student-Athlete.’ Erin, Sabrina and Kerrigan were excellent role models for the underclassmen.”

Dexter Community Schools Athletic Director Mike Bavineau added: “Congratulations to the women's lacrosse team for their academic and athletic achievements this season. Studies show that students who are physically active do better on standardized tests as well as complex memory tasks. The women’s lacrosse team is a great example for all our programs.”