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  • Conference Record: 1 - 0
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Winter Sport Mandatory Parent Meeting

Each season, the Salem Athletic department has a mandatory meeting for parents to understand the policies, procedures and expectations at Salem High School. This is an opportunity to become informed and ask any questions that you may have. Who: Parents of all Salem High School winter student-athletes *Student-athletes are also encouraged to attend.  Date: Thursday, December

Fall Nike Spirit Wear ON SALE!

Fall Spirit Wear for Salem Athletics is on-sale! Includes both men and women’s items. The online store is available until Sunday, September 3rd, 2017 and the order will be delivered 4 weeks later. Please contact us if you have any questions! CLICK HERE TO ENTER THE STORE

Salem High School Boys Varsity Hockey beat Novi High School 3-1

Friday, February 17, 2017 6:15 PM Salem High School AWAY 3 Novi High School HOME 1 Game Recap The Rocks beat Novi 3-1. The line of Driscoll, C. Goleniak, and M. Schaumburger each contributed one goal. Game Recap: Box Scores 1 2 3 Salem 1 2 – Novi – 1 –

Salem High School Boys Varsity Hockey beat Plymouth High School 4-0

Friday, February 10, 2017 12:00 AM Salem High School AWAY 4 Plymouth High School HOME 0 Game Recap The Rocks beat the #7 ranked Wildcats, 4-0. Shutout in net by Austin Goleniak Game Recap: Box Scores 1 2 3 Salem 1 2 1 Plymouth – – –

MHSAA Tournament Time at Salem HS!

Salem HS is excited to announce the list of 2016-2017 Winter Season MHSAA State Tournaments that will be hosted by our Athletic Department. Please come out and enjoy some of the best competition in the state and support our great student-athletes. Thursday, February 9th 5:30 PM Wrestling Districts @ Salem Wednesday, February 15th 5:30 PM Wrestling

Head Coach Highlight- Coach Ryan Ossenmacher

Salem varsity boys hockey coach Ryan Ossenmacher has been coaching the rocks for 10 years now. When interviewing Ryan we learned about his passion for the game and for developing each player by not only advancing their hockey skills, but also maturing as a person. Ryan got into coaching because he’s loved the game ever