Dexter falls to Adrian 44-42

The Dexter men’s basketball team came out weak against Adrian on Monday. The Dreads scored just three points in the first quarter en route to a 44-42 loss to the Maples. Dexter was able to fight back, however, to a two-point deficit by halftime. Dexter took its first lead in the third quarter with scrappy defense and constant inside scoring. But with an ankle injury to senior point guard Drew Bishop late in the game, Dexter was not able to create a comfortable lead. Adrian closed the game with a…

A Big Win for Dexter Women’s Basketball

The Lady Dreads shock Huron in the district opener By Jillian Chesney On Monday, the women’s basketball team took home a great win against Huron, 41-36. Huron went through their entire season with a 19-1 record and they were ranked 5th in the state. The Lady Dreads came out of nowhere and surprised everyone. Dexter entered the third quarter ahead by just one point in a seesaw game. Towards the end of the game, the score was still close. Junior Sammi Corcoran had the most points in the game with 15,…

Hockey Regionals Preview

By Michael Waltz The Division 3 regional playoffs are underway  — here are the matchups. Gibraltar Carlson beat Monroe St. Mary Catholic Central 5-3 on Monday,  advancing to play Temperance Bedford on Wednesday. Chelsea will play Ann Arbor Gabriel Richard at 5:00 PM today in Chelsea’s Arctic Coliseum. Directly after that, Dexter will be facing off Pinckney at 7:00 PM in the same arena. The teams that advance from these two games will face each other  this Thursday at 5:00 PM in the Arctic Coliseum. Whichever team wins that game …

Men’s Swim and Dive Wins SECs

Dexter dominating at the SECs meet By Mitchell Sterlitz The Dexter Men’s Swim and Dive team took part in the SEC swim meet this past weekend and blew every team out of the water, which is fitting because they’re the Dreadnaughts. It was an extremely successful weekend, with swimmers like Luke Sayler, Michael Baumann, and Sam Krahn making state cuts in their events.

DCS Deals with Potential Gun Control Protests

Dexter students may participate in protests inspired by the Parkland school shooting by Isabella Franklin Due to the recent shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida, students around the United States have been protesting the lack of government action in regard to gun violence. Students have been participating in protest walkouts, in which they leave school en masse and don’t return for some specified amount of time. In Dexter, some students are planning to participate in the walkouts on March 14th and April 20th, and the administration needs…