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Charger Baseball Fit to Be Tied Against Bay City Western

After dropping game one 5-4 in eight innings to visiting Bay City Western, Powers fought to a 9-9 tie in the nightcap that was halted by darkness. Big hitters on the day included Mitchell Romzek (4 hits and 2 RBI’s); Connor Kelly (4 hits); Isaac Sturgess (3 hits and 2 RBI’s); and J.D. Garman (3

Cheerleading Tryouts Information

Tryout Poster (1) Cheerleading tryouts will be Monday June 7th. The above link will give you all information that you need to attend this tryout. As a reminder you must have a current physical on file with the athletic office. A current physical for the 2021-2022 school year is a physical dated on or after

Powers Earn Dramatic Win In Nightcap to Earn Split

After losing game one of a doubleheader at Davison 6-2, Powers took a 1-0 lead into the bottom of the 6th behind the strong pitching of Aiden Plummer. The Cardinals pushed across an unearned run to tie the score going into the 7th. Fischer Hendershot led off the inning with a single (his third hit

All Teams Schedule: Week of May 10 – May 16

May 10 Boys Varsity Golf at Schwartz & Company 12:00 pm | Pine Lake Country Club May 10 Girls Varsity Softball vs. Davison High School 4:00 pm | Powers Catholic May 10 Girls Varsity Tennis at Frankenmuth High School Frankenmuth 4:00 pm | Carman-Ainsworth High School May 10 Boys Varsity Baseball at Davison High School

Powers Takes Two at Yale; Grant Garman Tosses Third No-Hitter

Only an error in the final inning denied Grant Garman a perfect game, but the freshman lefty finished with a 1-0 win against the Yale Bulldogs while tossing a third no-hitter this season. (It is believed to be a Powers Catholic school record). Grant’s brother, J.D., not only caught the gem behind the plate, he

Oilers Prove Spoilers Over Charger Baseball

Powers fell behind in the opener as the Mt. Pleasant Oilers expanded a 2-1 lead into a 7-1 advantage in the bottom of the 6th. However, the Chargers roared back with a 5-run seventh to close the gap to 7-6 margin, the big blow coming on Mason Luebke’s two-out, 2-RBI double. A shallow fly ball