Jan 03

CAN Council

Kyle Allen 18′ and Alex Wrobel 18′

Staff Writer

The Nouvel Christian Leadership class takes a trip to the CAN Council every year. The class took a visit the Tuesday before Christmas break and did various things to help out the organization. CAN Council is the Child Abuse and Neglect Council and take in and interview children who may get abused or neglected by their parents or guardian. The greater goal of the organization is to stop child abuse and put in efforts year round to do so.They have separate rooms where they place the children in for their interview to make them feel more comfortable. Students got the opportunity to visit the CAN Council ourselves and learned all about what they do. Everyone there is very humble and driven to help the children that are in need each and everyday. Some of the workers shared their stories of the rough child hood they had and have taken it upon themselves to try and stop it from happening in the next generations of children. The CAN Council takes volunteers and anyone who is interested in volunteering can call (989) 752-7226 to get started today. It is a great cause and any one given the opportunity to see that will tell you the same.

Jan 01

Boys Basketball

Kyle Allen 18′ and Alex Wrobel 18′

Staff Writer

The Nouvel boys basketball team started off their season at St. Charles high school where they fell short and were not as prepared as they could have been as a result of only a week of practice following the Football State Championship game. The panthers lost key players from last years squad and are still trying to find a way to click on both sides of the game. When asked about the season, senior Peter Snyder stated “We are still finding a way to get the ball moving in the second half, we’ve struggled with that thus far but are looking to pick it up on the next few games to come. Continuing on, the boys then played Valley Lutheran with a stellar first half before falling short in the second taking them to their second loss of the season. Our boys also went down to play Meridian resulting in a 54-45 loss. Moving forward, the boys will play Cabrini on Friday night and Freeland on January 3rd. Come out and cheer on your Nouvel Boys Basketball team as they look to pick up where they left off on last years stellar season.

Dec 21

Merry Christmas!

Photo by: Gary Rocha

Photo by: Gary Rocha

  • And the Word became flesh, and dwelt among us, and we saw His glory, glory as of the only begotten from the Father, full of grace and truth. John 1:14

Have a blessed and safe Christmas break, Panthers!

Dec 20

Griffins Hockey Update


Steven Ray 18′


The Griffins continue their hot streak after their successful tournament in Petoskey. The Griffins are now 8 and 2. They won a close one in their first game against Negaunee with a score of 3-2. Both captain Kenny Kujawa and assistant captain, Sean Nowosatka came out with a goal and two assists in this game. Sophomore John Paul Lefevre came out with two assists in this exciting game. The Griffins also beat Dearborn Unified 6-2 in their next game. John Paul had one goal in this game and Sean had one goal with an impressive three assists. Kenny contributed to the team this game with his two assists. The next game for the Griffins is the 20th against United at the Saginaw Bay Ice Arena. The next game is Friday the 22nd against Eastside at East Lansing-Munn Arena. After that game the Griffins will have a log break and will not play their first game of 2018 until the 5th of January. Continue to support the Griffins during their hot streak.

Dec 19

NCC Girls Basketball

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Tyler Doyle ’18

Staff Writer

The Lady Panthers started their season on the road against the Dukes of Garber. Unfortunately, they came up short 56 to 29 against the Dukes. However, they did come back ready to play and were prepared against Bay City All Saints. The girls basketball team won this game 41 to 36 after the loss to Duke. Unfortunately, the ladies fell in their next game against Saginaw Arts and Sciences Academy, 48-27.

This years basketball team is composed of girls from all four grade levels which is great for the future of girls basketball because the underclassmen will be exposed to varsity experience at a younger age which will only make them more prepared for the next years to come. The guidance and leadership from our juniors and senior girls will make the team flourish with success because every successful team has great leaders. Senior Karly Skoceles is confident in the team and that they have each others backs, she says, “We work hard everyday in practice so that it shows on the court, our goal is to win at least Districts this season.”

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