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Girls Bowling Meeting On Friday

There will be a meeting in the cafeteria this Friday, September 19 for anyone who is interested in bowling for John Glenn this upcoming season.  The meeting is for both boys and girls and will begin at 2:20 pm. The Rockets are coming off a great season in which the boys finished 10th in the

Ramblin Rock Invite

Despite a rough take off for the rockets the team managed to pull it together, stay focused, and execute the race. After a frustrating start to a promising season Ben Biber was able to rise to the challenge leading the team in with the best time of the season (18:21). Happy with more than a

Rockets beat Kettering

It was raining almost the entire game at the Waterford Kettering High School turf field on a cool evening. Normally that means a sloppy game. But John Glenn Rockets played a really beautiful game and passed the ball well against the host Kettering Captains team. Kettering won last year’s first match up against Glenn by

Rockets Win Wayndotte Invite

The John Glenn Rockets swept through the Wyandotte Invitational by winning it handily. The team began the day with strong pool play where they recorded a 3-0 record while only dropping one set the entire day. “The team played extremely well. There was much for which to be proud,” said Coach Walker. Offensively, the Rockets

Rockets Kiss Zebras

They say a tie is like kissing your sister and that is what happened as the two sister schools squared off in round one of Glenn vs Wayne varsity soccer.  The Rockets and Zebras were each looking to to get a leg up in the KLAA South Division standings but ended up settling for a

JV Soccer Tops Zebras

The boys JV soccer team defeated cross town rival Wayne Memorial 3-2 on Thursday as the two teams met at the John Glenn Soccer stadium. Tyler Marino gave the Rockets a 1-0 lead midway through the first half and the Rockets would never trail.  The Zebras did tie the game in the second half but

Chargers Outlast Rockets In Shootout

The John Glenn Rockets knew they would have to put some points on the board coming into tonight’s contest with Churchill. The Rockets were able to score five touchdowns in a seesaw battle that saw the high flying Charger offense score six touchdowns and their defense returned an interception enroute to a 51-35 victory over

Chargers Stall Rockets

Coach Jim Waller was not happy with his team’s execution on Thursday night and it was reflected in the score as the Rockets dropped a 33-7 decision to the Churchill Chargers. The Rockets got on top early as the offense drove down the field to take a 7-0 lead but the Chargers answered and the

Freshmen Roll over Churchill

David Graham went off tackle and scampered 65 yards for a touchdown to give the Rockets an early first quarter lead enroute to a 57-0 win over Churchill.  John Glenn scored on its next possession when Davyion Young broke loose for another long touchdown lead giving the Rockets a 14-0 lead at the end of

BLAST OFF!

The cross country season pops off with the traditional Mustang Invite hosted by Northville High School at the challenging course of Cass-Benton Park. Most of the boys are first time cross country runners, but that didn’t stop these Rockets from blasting out the box at the sound of the gun. Austin Hickerson was the firs John