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Three Tars End the Season with All County Honors Anchor Bay’s ladies competed hard at Thursday’s County Championships. There were some Amazing personal bests and three ladies earned spots on the All Macomb County Team. The Tars finished 6th against the other 15 division one schools in Macomb County. Full Story
League Meet Recap: Bont, Edwards Earn First Team MAC White Honors The Tars had a very solid showing at the League Championships, finishing third in the MAC White Championships. There were many great performances, and many earned all league honors. Full Story
Girl’s Track Finishes 7th in Regional. Kaitlynn Edwards Qualifies for states. Kaitlynn Edwards (Pictured) represented the Tars well on Friday by becoming the Region 8 Champion in Long Jump. Full Story
May 9, 2018 Girl’s Track Update 5/9 The Girls track team had a strong showing at their last two meets, finishing 4th out of 17 at the Sterling Heights Invite, and on Tuesday, the Tars defeated Warren Mott 89-44. There were lots of tremendous performances by the tars in Both meets
May 2, 2018 Girls' Track finishes third in MAC "Girls track competes hard, but loses to CV. It was a very nice sunny day, and even though the final result wasn’t ideal, it was really nice to see everyone compete very hard and get better." - Head Coach Kendal Wilkinson
April 25, 2018 Girl’s Track finishes second in Quad meet Anchor Bay’s road warriors are continuing improving finishing second to Port Huron Northern in a 4 team meet. The Tars were victorious over Ford II (94-43) and Port Huron (115-21) It was really nice to see lots of Ladies step and improve.
April 13, 2018 Seven Tars Sign Their Letter Of Intent On Thursday April 13th, Anchor Bay High School Athletics announced the signing of seven Anchor Bay Tars who will be competing in their respective sports next year. (Photo Cred: Jacob Yono)
April 12, 2018 Tars Power Past Utica It was another Great day to be a Tar, as the Ladies on the Anchor Bay Track Team beat Utica 98-38.Lots of familiar faces from last year led the Tars led the to win 14 out of 17 events, but a pleasant surprise was all of the new members who stepped up and did outstanding!